Record of Summer Cold Events over Europe

Influenced by the Thermosphere thermal radiation that is highest along the mid distance between the 2 magnetic poles (aka magnetic equator) and lowest above the magnetic poles, the Temperature belts (Polar belt, Continental belt, ..etc) pick up the location of the magnetic pole for its center. As the magnetic pole in the Arctic region is moving from Canada towards Siberia, the North America is now moving into warmer belts and Europe is moving into colder ones. That also explained the mini Ice Age over Europe in the 17th century when the magnetic pole in the northern hemisphere wandered in the region bound by 20 to 30 degrees East and 77 to 84 degrees North.

As the two magnetic poles keep moving eastward (the distance between the 2 magnetic poles across the Atlantic increased by 800 km in 100 years), the magnetic intensity over the Atlantic is weakening causing the South Atlantic Anomaly in the mid distance between the 2 magnetic poles and increasing arrival of charged particles from the Sun. Collision of arriving Protons at high kinetic energy into the western and southern oceans causing ocean temperature to slightly increase. This causes Methane CH4 to get released from the encapsulating hydrates. CH4 is hungry for O2 whether at sea or in the air. CH4 plus 2 molecules of O2 produce CO2 and 2H2O. This explains increase CO2 and Water Vapor in the Air. As Vapor keep increasing, so will precipitation. Rain falls are on the rise so does snow when the temperature is right. The amount of Methane Hydrates stored in the ocean along the continental shelves at 0 to 500 meter depth is estimated at 1,000 the annual human energy consumption of all types on Earth.

Figure 105- Europe Summer

Putting above pieces of information together, you could explain what has happened in Europe this summer of record cold events rain and snow falls.

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4 Responses to Record of Summer Cold Events over Europe

  1. Your studies project the resulats of magnetic pole movement. I have addressed the ‘root cause’ of the present climate change and predicted the climate events you are studying. The Earth contains two massive and independent magnetic sources of energy. The first magnetic energy source is the Earth’s dynamo system that provides the Earth’s shield and is expressed at the Geophysical North and South Poles. The second magnetic energy source is a magnetic bond between the Earth and the Sun and is expressed on Earth as the North and South Magnetic Poles. Through advanced technology, we are able to view the violent interaction of the S/E MSI entering and existing from the Sun; however, on Earth we only have the Northern Lights and compasses pointing toward the magnetic poles to identify their location and relative strength.
    As viewable on the Sun, there is an equally violent reaction occurring within the core of the earth and between the independent magnetic energy sources that is beyond our current scientific knowledge and studies. From existing scientifically data, we do know that independent magnetic poles in close proximity create a strong magnetic bound and contain a magneto-thermal mixed convection coupling attribute between the two magnetic forces; and this mechanism captures and maintains the coldest temperatures in the Arctic area. Rather than the minimum ice accumulating naturally around the Geophysical Pole, the magnetic field interaction causes the ice to accumulate between the two north poles; which in turn, causes significant oscillations of the jet streams that determine climate conditions. Scientific evidence also shows that the Magnetic North Pole is relocating from Northern Canada to Northern Russia. Where goes the Magnetic North Pole, so goes the climate. Much more scientific research data may be found on the website and in the book ‘The Three Concepts of Climate Change’.

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