Heat spikes, Geoengineering, and Prophecy

We have argued that global warming is a real phenomena.  We have also argued that the scientific warnings are consistent with prophecies found in Revelation.  Furthermore, we have postulated that global warming will need to accelerate and to create massive heat spikes in order to be the driving cause for certain prophecies that we expect … Continue reading “Heat spikes, Geoengineering, and Prophecy”

Siberian potholes

We highlighted and discuss the possible implication of the mysterious Siberian craters when they first come out last year.  It now appears that there are many more craters than first thought — http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/23/holes-siberia-investigation-safety_n_6736744.html?cps=gravity_2425_2074452946577396750. It would seem that scientists are still withholding judgement on what is the cause for these explosive craters, which grew from a … Continue reading “Siberian potholes”

Ocean acidity and seas of blood

There have been new strides in the ability to monitor the growing acidity in the world’s oceans — http://news.discovery.com/earth/oceans/global-ocean-acidity-revealed-in-new-maps-150217.htm. We earlier argued that the growing acidity of the world’s ocean may play a significant role in bringing about some of the prophecies found in Revelation. There are two prophecies which call for the oceans to turn … Continue reading “Ocean acidity and seas of blood”

Are we there yet?

I haven’t watched Bart Simpson for awhile now (yes, at one point, I did sort of watch that show regularly), but one scene that sticks in my head is where Bart and his sister are nagging Homer with ‘Are we there yet?’.  In some ways, that is how I feel when watching events in the … Continue reading “Are we there yet?”

NASA jumps on the bandwagon

We had previously highlighted research about historical ‘mega-droughts’ in the western areas of the United States.  One scientific researcher even asserted that the current California drought began years ago, and will continue for years to come.  Recently, a NASA researcher reiterated some of the findings previously discussed work, and then took it one step further, … Continue reading “NASA jumps on the bandwagon”

Follow up — AMOC slowing

I just wanted to quickly follow up on a scientific point regarding affects of a slowing/stopping AMOC.  According to one report – – http://wordsinmocean.com/2014/03/19/scientists-observe-what-happens-when-the-gulf-stream-slows/ — when the AMOC slows, the ocean temperatures rise further in the South Atlantic.  This results in warmer atmospheric temperatures in South America and Africa.  Given this, we can see that a slowing … Continue reading “Follow up — AMOC slowing”