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Ice-Age Science Recapitulation - part 2

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Part 2

Climate-Change History in 'Macro-Time' - the last 5 million years.

 As I said before, in the middle of the last 5 million years, the climate on Earth dropped below the temperature level where glaciation begins, with which the cycles of the modern Ice Age epoch started, termed the Pleistocene Epoch. Archaeology tells us that this is also timeframe in which human development started. We are in broad terms, the children of the Pleistocene, a product of the ice ages.

Celebrating the near Ice Age

Ice Ages are not only cold periods, but are also periods of high volumes of cosmic-ray flux escaping from the plasma fusion cells on the surface of the Sun. Cosmic rays are singular events of highly energized plasma particles. While most of these are intercepted in the atmosphere, some penetrate to the surface, and some also penetrate the human body, by which they appear to have a beneficial effect.

The complex neurological system of the human body, operates to a large extend electrically. When cosmic-ray particles pass through us, they impart minute electric currents by electromagnetic induction, which appear to aid neurological processes.

The evidence is found in cultural development. All the great cultural achievements in 'modern' time, such as the development of written languages, occurred in cold periods, that are periods of larger volumes of cosmic-ray flux.

The cosmic-ray flux volume was measured to have been significantly larger during the last Ice Age, which evidently applies to all Ice Ages. The development of humanity occurred to a large extend in this cosmic-ray enriched background, during the glaciation timeframe. This enriched, electrically active background, aids our neurological and cognitive processes.

It is interesting to note here that as the Pleistocene Epoch became colder, around a million years ago, and the glaciation periods became longer.

It is not surprising, therefore, that the resulting increase in cosmic-ray exposure coincides with the amazing proliferation of the human species that occurred at this time, a million years ago.

It may well be, that as the children of the Pleistocene, we owe what we became, to the cosmic dynamics that cause the ice ages and their effects.

The Pleistocene is our cradle. While the Ice Age climates pose significant challenges, they are not an enemy that we should fear. They bring with them great opportunities.

That's something to celebrate and to move forward with, as we are progressing towards the next glaciation period.

China, which had developed one of the earliest civilizations may still have some cultural links in its historic background to the Pleistocene people and their humanist achievements that likely became echoed in some of the advanced ideologies that China became known for,

which is being echoed again in China's Belt and Road initiative to foster worldwide economic development. Without an established foundation in worldwide economic cooperation, humanity stands no chance to master the Ice Age Challenge.

It may be Chinese people, aided by their cultural background, who will grasp the great opportunities that the Ice Age Challenge inspires, to build a New World for human living that enables humanity to have a future on the Earth that is poised to become an ice planet to a large degree from the 2050s onward, potentially.

How the Sun generates Ice Ages

We see in this expanded view of the last half-million years of climate fluctuation in ice core sample,

 that for 85% of this period the climate was cold,

with the remaining 15% spaced between the deep cold glacial times in 100,000-year intervals, in the form of sharp interglacial spikes erupting.

We see the same interglacial spikes that we have measured in the ice layers in Antarctica as ratios of heavy hydrogen, also measured in deep sea sediments as ratios of heavy oxygen, as is shown here.

But what is it that we see when we look at these huge warming spikes, which we have measured in proxy, that have pulled the Earth repeatedly out of deep glaciation into interglacial climates, for brief periods?

Surprisingly, we see the result here of the same type of dynamics that NASA has photographed on the galactic scale. Except we see the result happening here on the small scale of the solar system, where it is less-visibly apparent, but has nevertheless been measured.

In these measurements it becomes apparent that the solar system is powered by the same type of electromagnetic primer fields that power the galaxy, though with the plasma-streams flowing into them being radically smaller in scale.

The evidence that the Sun is located at a node point between a set of primer fields, has been repeatedly measured by the Ulysses spacecraft during its three polar orbits around the Sun. The spacecraft measured a void in the solar-wind pattern over each of the Sun's polar region where the plasma connection with the primer fields are necessarily located, according to the discovered principles.

In this manner we see our solar system located between two long interstellar plasma streams, which likewise have their resonance characteristics.

The principle is the same as that which powers the galaxies.

NASA measured the evidence in form of 'visible' plasma structures.

Ulysses measured the same as a void in the solar-wind pattern by a different effect of the same principle.

 In the case of the solar system, the resonance in the plasma streams has been measured to be in the range of 100,000 years by its effects.

The sharp climate pulses that we see in both the sediment data and the ice core data, are climate fluctuations derived from the 100,000 years resonance in interstellar plasma streams.

The sharp pulses represent the period in which the Sun is in a high-powered mode. The pulses are of short duration, because, with the galactic 'mega climate' being at the extremely low level that it presently is at, there is only enough plasma density in the galaxy for our Sun's primer fields to be active for a mere 15% of the time at the peak of the resonance effect in the interstellar plasma streams.


If the galactic plasma density wasn't at the deep low level that it presently is at, and has been for the last few million years, which is the lowest in 440 million years, there would have been enough plasma density in interstellar space for our Sun to be fully powered all of the time. In this case, no ice ages would have occurred.

Neither would the conditions have occurred that have enabled humanity to be. We are the product of the ice ages and their high rates of cosmic-ray flux during the long glaciation periods.

False and true Ice Age theories

It was only theorized 150 years ago that Ice Ages have occurred. And it was only 100 years ago theories were developed as to what caused them.

The most prominent of the early theories is the Milankovitch Cycles Theory. It proposes that ice ages are caused by the combined effect of long-term cyclical fluctuations of the spin-axis of the Earth and the eccentricity of its orbit around the Sun.

The climate effects were computed by their combined influence on the exposure to the Sun in high latitude regions, at 65 degrees North, which were deemed to cause sufficient variations to cause the Ice Age glaciation, even while the total exposure of the Earth to the Sun remains always the same.

This was the best theory that science could come up with 100 years ago, with the Sun being regarded as a constant factor. In more recent times Ice Age theories still continue this train, with theorized effects based on potential ocean-current fluctuations, or volcanism, and similar causes.

All of these mechanistic type theories have been rendered as simply false, by the measured physical evidence that places the Ice Age glaciation phenomenon into the court of the Sun.

Solar hibernation measured

The measured evidence exists in the form of dramatically increased solar cosmic-ray flux during the entire period of the last Ice Age glaciation. The cosmic-ray flux is measured in ratios of the radio-isotope Beryllium-10 that is exclusively produced by cosmic-ray interaction with the atmosphere of the Earth. The high Beryllium ratio begins and ends with the glacial period. Nothing but the Sun operating in hibernation mode, without a plasma shield around it, is able to cause such high isotope ratios.

The measured high isotope ratio throughout the glaciation cycles disprove all mechanistic Ice Age theories, as their assumed causes have no effect on the Sun.

The bottom line is that Ice Ages are solar caused events, which occur only during the rare, extremely weak galactic epochs, as the one we are presently in.

Fortunately for us, there is still enough density in the galactic system for our Sun to be fully powered for those 15% of the interstellar resonance that give us warm climates, when the interstellar plasma streams exceed the minimal threshold for the primer fields to form. For the remaining 85% of the time, when the primer fields are not active, the Sun operates at a low-level default state, a type of inactive state, or hibernation state, with 70% less energy being radiated by the Sun and extensive glaciation occurring on Earth.

This doesn't mean that the Sun is actually dying. It is merely dying back in solar activity. The plasma streams that are powering the Sun are getting progressively weaker until there is not enough plasma density left in the system to maintain the primer fields that presently keep the Sun operating in its high-powered mode. When this happens, that is when the primer fields collapse, the Sun will revert back to a low-power default state, with which the Ice Age begins on Earth that typically lasts for 90,000 years.

During its low-powered hibernation mode, the dense plasma mantle that the primer fields generate, no longer exists.

This means that larger volumes of cosmic-ray flux can now reach the Earth, which is reflected in increased isotope ratios. However, it is not the increased cosmic-ray flux that causes the glaciation on Earth. The glaciation is caused by the reduced energy that the Sun radiates in hibernation mode. The reduction in solar surface temperature from 5,800 degrees, to around 4,000 degrees, amounts to a 70% reduction in radiated energy. This is big, big enough to cause massive glaciation on Earth.

The glaciation will last until the next resonance effect in the interstellar plasma streams form the solar primer fields anew that create the conditions for the high-powered Sun that generates the next interglacial warm period for the typical 12,000 years till the fields collapse again.

The Asymmetric Interglacial

The dynamics are such that the turn-on and the collapse of the primer fields do not occur symmetric in time. The 'measured' evidence indicates that it takes a greater flow density in the plasma stream for the primer fields to form, than is required to maintain them. If the fields would collapse at the same level at which they were formed, they would have collapsed 4,400 years ago, before civilization began to develop. Fortunately for us, this didn't happen. The operation of the fields generate a positive feedback that keeps them operating at lower levels, while the solar activity keeps diminishing with the weakening primer fields..

We are presently 8,000 years past the interglacial optimum that marks the center of the interstellar resonance pulse. We are a whopping 4,400 years past the point of symmetry. The stark asymmetry of the interglacial period, delivers an additional element of proof that our Sun is a plasma Sun, powered by interstellar streams of plasma, and that its high-intensity mode is activated by electromagnetic primer fields. The proof is valid, because the asymmetry reflects the characteristic dynamics of the primer fields.

The forming of the Primer Fields

As I said before, the stellar primer fields focus interstellar plasma streams unto a Sun. This is accomplished by the pinching effects of magnetic fields that form as the result of flowing electrically charged particles moving in the same direction, such as in plasma streams in space.

The researcher David LaPoint explored what happens at the extreme region of the plasma stream, where the pinch effect of the magnetic fields is so great that the pinched plasma flows backwards, and becomes trapped thereby and intensely concentrated under a magnetic confinement dome, which the back-flow of the plasma creates. If the back-flow is strong, some of the concentrated plasma escapes through the top of the dome, where the confining magmatic field is the weakest. On the Sun, the escaping plasma becomes the solar wind.

The highly concentrated plasma that accumulates under the confinement dome, is also magnetically focused onto a Sun.

The concentrated plasma that is focused onto the Sun, is further drawn unto the Sun by the Sun's high-voltage electric attraction. The concentrated plasma surrounds the Sun like a mantle, and becomes accelerated towards it, whereby a portion of it is consumed by it in nuclear synthesis. The synthesis creates electrically neutral atoms. It thereby creates an electric sink that keeps the plasma streams flowing into the Sun forever and ever.

Whatever portion of the in-flowing plasma is not consumed by the solar process, flows on and away from the Sun by effects that create a reverse primer field with opposite characteristics.

The principle of the complimentary primer fields has been replicated dynamically in high-energy discharge experiments at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, under the direction of Anthony Peratt, director of experiments.

The resulting geometry that is shown here in purple, was created exclusively by the magnetic effects of flowing plasma. The experiment illustrates a natural principle that is manifest in numerous ways in cosmic space. In some cases the effect is strong enough to be visible in space, as in the case of the Red Square Nebula.

In all cases, because the process that forms the primer fields, is dynamic, it depends on a minimal volume of flowing plasma for the magnetic fields to form, and to form with the type of complex geometry that focuses plasma onto a Sun. In such cases where the fields are formed, the effects of the fields increase the rate of flow onto a Sun, which keeps the fields active significantly longer in a weakening environment, such as our solar system is presently in.

A part of the reason why our Sun is not constantly in its high-powered mode, in the presently weak galactic climate, is evidently due to our Sun being a rather mediocre star among stars, a type of yellow dwarf star.

The Sun is classified as a G class star, which is the category between the low-powered red-dwarf stars, and the high-powered larger stars.

The high-powered stars are larger in size, and being larger, attract larger volumes of plasma, which results in higher solar surface temperatures. Evidently, these stars are presently unaffected by the low plasma density in the galaxy.

The very-much larger stars, however, appear to be affected by the low plasma density in the galaxy. It appears that there isn't enough density in the galaxy to form the correspondingly large primer fields. These stars operate at the apparent default level in the range of 4,000 degrees Kelvin.

When the primer fields for our Sun collapse, our Sun will likely revert back to what appears to be the universal default temperature that corresponds to the Ice Age climate on Earth.

Hanging by a fine thread

Since we are presently 4,400 years past the symmetry point of the current interglacial period, with the solar activity diminishing evermore rapidly, it seems reasonable to assume that the primer fields, and with them the interglacial period, which are both just barely hanging on, will collapse soon.

This means that the primer fields, and the interglacial climate with them, will then collapse as they always have. That's what we see in the ice core records. And the promise is not pleasant.

During the last 4,400 years the solar system has become progressively weaker, the big warming pulses progressively smaller, and the intervals between them shorter. The dramatic climate weakening that we see here, reflects the weakening primer fields that are barely hanging on as by a fine thread.

We have already seen a string of Little Ice Ages erupting on the steepening slope of the last 1,000 years. Harsh climate conditions have occurred in those Little Ice Age periods, between recovery periods. Now we face the fact that those cyclical events too, have become progressively smaller in amplitudes for recovery, and with ever shorter intervals between them.

These cycles have collapsed so dramatically over the last 1,000 years that there isn't much left of them that we can count on for future climate recoveries.

It is critical to recognize why the cyclical events are diminishing, and the intervals between them are getting shorter.

Without this recognition it is tempting to assume that the current climate collapse is but a replay of historic climate cycles. At the current stage, this is physically impossible. Thus, the imagined Grand Solar Minimum theories are basically dangerous illusions as they invite hope for a recovery that isn't possible, which closes the door to the Plan-B option that humanity's future depends on.

But why have the historic cycles fizzed out on both counts? The key may be found in their intervals getting shorter.

The big warming pulses started with intervals of 1,300 years between them.

And the historic minimum cycles started with 260 years between them.

Since these repetitive pulses are evidently plasma resonance features in both cases, two separate large plasma structures must be involved, each with a size appropriate for its resonance time.

Nested Plasma Structures - and they are shrinking

The long-ago theorized Oort Cloud system has the appropriate dimension to qualify as nested plasma structures surrounding the solar system. The Oort Cloud is theorized as two concentric clouds of asteroid-type objects, a donut-shaped inner cloud and a spherical outer cloud. Since no one as ever seen the theorized asteroid objects, it is highly probable that the Oort Cloud is merely a system of concentric plasma structures. The very large outer plasma sphere would then be the resonating driver for the big warming pulses at 1,300-year intervals that we see in the ice core records, and the smaller inner cloud would be the driver for the shorter 260 year cycles.

With the nested plasma structures flowing into the main plasma stream, each would modulate its density with its own periodicity. The fact that the periodicity has been getting increasingly shorter, suggests that the nested plasma structures have both been shrinking in size in accord with the weakening of the interstellar plasma streams, and have both been shrinking ever-faster.

The 1,300-year interval between the warming pulses has shrunk to a mere 800 years, leading into the 1700s, while the pulses themselves have diminished.

In a similar manner have intervals between the minima been shrinking from 260 years to 85 years, and so on, with the amplitude of their oscillations getting increasingly smaller.

Since the shorter intervals represent smaller, or less-inflated, physical plasma structures, we cannot expect the historic cycles to be repeated. The physical structures that had once caused them no longer exist in the way they did. We are progressing towards the end of the line, so to speak, as the interstellar plasma streams that feed into the nested structures and inflate them have become dangerously weak themselves.

With the interstellar plasma streams diminishing evermore rapidly now, so that the primer fields are just barely hanging on, there is no strength left in the system for any type of significant recovery to happen. We are on a path that cannot reverse.

We face the full Ice Age at the end of the line, the Phase-3 stage that we cannot escape. We can only avoid the consequences by implementing the technological Plan-B option while we are in the boundary zone with a still functioning civilization. That's our only option to assure the continuity of civilization and defend humanity as a whole against the approaching Ice Age.

If we look at the current slope of the diminishing interglacial primer fields, we see that the slope is getting steeper, which brings us ever-faster to the turn-off point. The steepening down slope past the 8,000 year mark, where we are presently at, is also reflected in increasingly larger climate fringe effects that have already begun to affect agriculture in many areas of the world. When the fine thread breaks that keeps the primer fields still in operation, the full Ice Age will be upon us in short order, hopefully as late as the 2050s.

This is what we are not prepared for, the potential breaking of the fine thread.

At the present time, no Plan-B exists to build us a New Word for our living under Ice Age conditions.

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