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Geomagnetic Field Decay (GMF)/Global Temperature Increase (GTI): A Correlation Analysis, Science, Uncategorized, Unexplained Artifact | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 01 2007

 by Clifford Paiva, BSMA

” The data is in progress for a correlation of the geomagnetic field secular decrease (from 8.055 (10)22 amp-m2 to 7.776 (10)22 amp-m-2 ), and the overall increase in global temperatures. The global temperature increases, are a function of the geocore joule-heating from the increased electrical current densities within the Earth’s core.

Heat is then transferred from the core through the mantle, to the lithosphere (crust), hydrosphere (oceans), and atmosphere. Hydrothermal vents (HTVs) indicate the presence of heat transferred from the aesthenosphere (mantle) to the oceans.

This analysis includes the developing ratio: H =(1/T)r relationship, such that the geomagnetic field intensity decrease is inversely proportional to the geocore joule temperature increase.

is the magnetic field inductive capacity and r is the radial position vector for temperature variations within the core. (Isothermal distribution is not assumed.)

The anomalous years are 1940-1960 as shown in the enclosed 2 Geomagnetic Field Decay. In this interval the geomagnetic field (GMF) intensity (decelerated) showing an apparent increase slightly, resulting in a commensurate decrease in Arctic temperatures.

After this interval the GMF decay accelerated in accord with Ampere’s Law, and the Arctic temperatures, presumably a function the Earth’s geocore electrical joule-heating, caused by the GMF decay….increased.



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Useless Speculation on the “Lydenburg Heads”

Uncategorized | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 01 2007

This group of seven fired earthenware heads is named after the site where they were discovered in the eastern Transvaal of South Africa. Radiocarbon dating of charcoal samples from the excavation site has established that the heads were buried there around 500 A.D., making them the oldest known African Iron Age artworks from below the equator.The reconstructed heads are not identical, but do share a number of characteristics. Modeled strips of clay form the thinly opened oval eyes, slightly projecting mouths, noses, and ears, and raised bands decorating the faces, while the backs of the heads are adorned with incised linear patterns.

The columnar necks are defined by large furrowed rings. Necks ringed with fat have been and continue to be viewed as a sign of prosperity by many African peoples.

However, it is currently impossible to know whether the rings on the Lydenburg heads were intended to be read in this way due to the scant information available on the ancient culture that produced them.Two of the largest heads could have been worn like helmet masks. They are differentiated from the smaller heads by the animal figures poised on their peaks and the small clay spheres that articulate what appears to be raised hairlines. The animals, once covered by a heavy slip, are now difficult to identify but have disk-shaped faces reminiscent of a lion’s mane.

The five smaller heads are similar to one another, with the exception of one that has an animal visage with a projecting snout. Too small to have been worn as helmets, these heads all have small holes on either side of their lowest neck rings that may have been used to attach them to something else. …Metro Museu of Art

Nessie Filmed by Scientist?

Crypto, Dinosaurs in Literature, Science, Uncategorized, Unexplained Artifact | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 01 2007

Photo: Top: San Francisco Bay Seamonster in 2004, Middle; Lake Windermere Seamonster,
Feb 2006. Bottom: Current Loch Ness sighting.

INVERNESS, Scotland, May 31 The legendary Loch Ness monster has made another film appearance, this time supposedly caught by the camcorder of an Englishman visiting the Scottish lake.

The 2-minute video made by Gordon Holmes of Shipley in Yorkshire reportedly shows something moving across Loch Ness, its head protruding from the water. The Glasgow Evening Times reports that the creature or object creates a wake in the water. The monster has been described as a beast resembling the long-necked swimming reptiles known as plesiosaurs, which have been extinct for millions of years. Scientists say there is no way Loch Ness could support a significant population of large marine animals and there is no way plesiosaurs could have survived there.Holmes, a technician at Bradford University, said he was at Loch Ness recording underwater sounds with a hydrophone. He grabbed his camcorder when he saw something moving on the surface.“About 200 yards away from me I could see something in the water,” he said. “It was definitely a creature propelling itself through the water. It was fairly bubbling along the water. It was streaking along.”

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