North Atlantic Conveyor Belt Collapse [weather hurts]


…apparently the North Atlantic Conveyor belt has collapsed. That’s the only thing that makes living in Europe possible. There was a lot of buzz about this in 2003-2004 (I think) when a DoD report was released warning that such an event was possible, even likely, as a result of global warming. Those stories were clear and vitually unanimous that such a collapse would lead to a near-instant ice age for most of Europe. The fact that Ireland (and the rest of Europe) is having its coldest winter in a hundred years makes this a true emergency to evaluate. (read more at Mike Ruppert)

The collapse of the North Atlantic Conveyor belt was thought to have caused a cold period 1,300 years long known as the Younger Dryas during the Pleistocene period. We may be seeing the beginning of a new cold cycle–a rapid decrease in temperature affecting Europe that could begin as soon as May.

One thought on “North Atlantic Conveyor Belt Collapse [weather hurts]

  1. Conveyors may not be a very interesting subject, but in today’s fast paced world, we’d be lost without them. Parcels would never get delivered, items would get broken as they were passed from person to person. And the thing is that not all conveyors are the same, and nor are the firms that make them. I have been chatting to Rusmail in the UK and I can tell you that they know conveyors inside out!


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