Greenland ice melt.

I keep it brief, we know fine well what is to happen;  I haven’t the patience nor attention span for a fifteen minute ‘presentation’ or anyone droning on with minutae so to speak.

Its obvious already we are into extreme weather events both in ferocity and frequency,   likewise ice melt is heading in a most awful direction, note undersea ice volume as unseen from sat images will soon in a year or two at most surprise us all. Most arctic ice quite horribly is 0.5 metres or less.

Chemtrails are getting clever too, Tuesday morning last before any visible light from the Sun I could see huge definite parallel trails across the sky, I photographed them too with tripod and timer. Also this morning weather sat revealed huge amount of chemtrails NW of Ireland in the North Atlantic heading towards Ireland and Europe. Remember this most likely I am assuming contains aluminium, barium, strontium, etc in nano-particle form.

Therefore I am mindful to ‘keep it simple’ to live a righteous considerate life, gain pleasure where I can, to help whoever I may and am so sorry we are at such ‘interesting times’.

The real big triggers are ice loss, disappearing permafrost and the dreaded arctic methane (say x120 the nastiness of CO2 in the first five years) which are land based and beneath shallow water ie under 50m water depth of the East Siberian Iceshelf, as illustrated on any map of the north polar region.

For Arctic ice google Prof Peter Wadhams. http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/pw11/

Look also how near un-reported is the loss of diatoms a particular interest of mine, these being the actual originators of 70% of the worlds oil and gas reserves, no-one has ever seen a single diatom with the naked eye yet to my untrained amateur mind the loss of diatoms is directly linked to massive widespread pacific seabird collapse, coral decline and the probable loss of ocean cloud systems and associated generation of DMS and the conversion of or generation of 20% of the worlds oxygen. By diatoms we can also include other marine / water based algae. Plankton is the next level of food chain above algae, both much neglected as a news item for the general public.

We all know as kids how ice melts, we wake up and next morning its all gone.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/2019/07/greenland-melting-second-time-this-summer-bad/

https://nsidc.org/greenland-today/

 

 

Chemtrail diary ….

NASA worldview today 17th May 2019 shows lots of chemtrail geoengineering. Starts north of Madeira, heads east to Gibralter, in to southern Spain, Biscay, heads north, English Channel, also North Sea, western Ireland, up toward Iceland. Some over in the Med, Baltic  and Black Sea too. All are regular chemtrail activity areas. This is a lot of geoengineering and here too in north east England some notable ‘odd’ chemtrails in the sky plus the usual aluminisation ie sufficient aluminium to destroy what could have been a bright blue sky. It is all blended in / attached to what i assume wld be existing cloud system. Interesting I’m assuming natural formation west of Madeira as below but note the chemtrails are north of this at top of screen capture …

Madeira chemtrails geoengineering May 17 2019 ...https://go.nasa.gov/2EhcWwi
Madeira chemtrails geoengineering May 17 2019 …https://go.nasa.gov/2EhcWwi .. ie north of Madeira
Gibralter chemtrails geoengineering May 17 2019 ... https://go.nasa.gov/2JOFwce
Gibralter chemtrails geoengineering May 17 2019 … https://go.nasa.gov/2JOFwce

Black Sea chemtrails? 17th May 2019 ...https://go.nasa.gov/2EbLvE3

Here below pics for 17th May 2019 chemtrail geoengineering north east England …

Realise that with chemtrail geoengineering ie increased aluminium levels …

  • chemtrails stay in the sky, contrails soon disappear, be careful to differentiate.
  • aluminium levels in west coast USA a long time chemtrail target area are v high.
  • massive childhood autism, threat also of increased dementia.
  • life in lakes and rivers west coast USA much reduced ie caddisfly more than 90% gone.
  • much increased fire risk in west coast USA, anything burns once its had decades of nano-particle aluminium rained upon it.

My own theory / interest is the plight of microscopic diatoms, something hardly mentioned anywhere  (a deafening silence indeed) … being part of the algae and diatoms themselves incredibly being responsible for one fifth of the worlds CO2 >O conversion; also creating DMS for ocean cloud formation and the base of the marine food chain. Diatoms also live a symbiotic relationship with Bryozoans ie the coloured animals that create and live in coral reefs. It is a dire irony that consuming the oil and gas of ancient diatoms ie comprising 70% of the oil and gas industry has led to both their own and our demise. No-one has ever seen a diatom with the naked eye.

My own theory / interest is the plight of microscopic diatoms, something hardly mentioned anywhere (a deafening silence indeed) … being part of the algae and diatoms themselves incredibly being responsible for one fifth of the worlds CO2 >O conversion; also creating DMS for ocean cloud formation and the base of the marine food chain. Diatoms also live a symbiotic relationship with Bryozoans ie the coloured animals that create and live in coral reefs. It is a dire irony that consuming the oil and gas of ancient diatoms ie comprising 70% of the oil and gas industry has led to both their own and our demise. No-one has ever seen a diatom with the naked eye.
My own theory / interest is the plight of microscopic diatoms, something hardly mentioned anywhere (a deafening silence indeed) … being part of the algae and diatoms themselves incredibly being responsible for one fifth of the worlds CO2 >O conversion; also creating DMS for ocean cloud formation and the base of the marine food chain. Diatoms also live a symbiotic relationship with Bryozoans ie the coloured animals that create and live in coral reefs. It is a dire irony that consuming the oil and gas of ancient diatoms ie comprising 70% of the oil and gas industry has led to both their own and our demise. No-one has ever seen a diatom with the naked eye.

Diatoms are a massive beautiful subject, just some of the applications  ….

  • Challenger / Shuttle heatshield when NOTHING ELSE would serve!
  • bank vault heat insulation.
  • constant size abrasive know as ‘Tripoli’ polishing compound, toothpaste even.
  • cat wormer.
  • converts nitro glycerine to dynamite hence the Nobel Peace Prize etc from the profits made all owed to diatomaceous earth/ diatoms (German = Kieselguhr)
  • highest accuracy filter for the biology / chemistry lab.
  • essentail to the base of the marine food chain and life in soils.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Things microscopic …

Exc pic of chalk as per White Cliffs of Dover … coccolithophores.

 

A man that is fascinated with such things and he too talks of diatoms – a vast genus that will prove so crucial to this planets unfortunate demise as we know it, for instance symbiosis with coral reef ie Bryozoans and its the exploitationof ancient oil and gas from diatoms ( 70% originates from diatoms) that with cruel irony is our demise. Diatoms produce DMS a gas discovered by James Lovelock in the 1970’s that is fundamental in weather systems / cloud formation out in the oceans, likewise diatoms provide 20% of the worlds CO2 to O conversion. And invisible to the naked eye. No expensive microscope, a secondhand students microscope set to low mag ie x100 will do all you want.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diatom

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coccolithophore

and from the above wiki we get a link to DMS …. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dimethyl_sulfide

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaia_hypothesis

Interesting to see Lynn Margulis, i have a most fascinating book here, beautifully illustrated bought say twenty years ago ‘What is Life’ exploring the ideas of Ernst Shrodinger and his book of three quarters of a century ago. Note Sagan as in wife of Carl.

Another book, important and packed with knowledge is James Lovelock ‘Gaia’ a most incredible Independant Scientist, i’ve also his autobiography a very interesting read, easy too. But the Gai I have here suffers from too much colour in its explanations, more confusing than helpful in many cases. Never mind, i’m sure James Lovelock can hardly be held responsible once the publishers get their hands on it.

coccolithophore
coccolithophore

Chemtrails UK

These last few days ….

Why are there trails that morph quickly to overall haze when it should be clear?

Why is it change, churn and turmoil, why not a steady state in the sky?

And days indicated as high pressure ruined with chemtrail haze. Its like that this morning, rapid changes, people tell me that rain is forecast (which I do not trust to happen …[but did]…) and now at 10am after clear at 7, dark at 9, its now wanting to be clear again. Light chemtrails all morning and the last few days also light chemtrail deposition. One could say this last week its little and often so as not to alarm the natives

Last few days have been only ‘light’ chemtrail effects but i think it was Saturday afternoon later on when the overall grey sky cleared and bingo above out of sight were the dreaded trails. Wednesday, a distinct trail 0600, half an hour later overall haze and light number of trails thereafter, as discussed prev we need a reporting system as per the old time radio communications RST  code ie 5-9 etc maybe I’ll invent it. Theres too many lone voices, but maybe thats a good thing – to reach our conclusions independantly rather that feeding off one another and mutually reinforcing. Objectivity must be the order of the day!

Beware of media / tv treatment of this, its bundled up with all sorts of nonsense so as to ridicule people like me.

Pics below are from 18th July – 27th July north east UK. Nothing spectacular as earlier this year, but still nefarious and needing to be understood. Likewise now its 10.30 and I can hear jets high above but hidden by the manufactured cloud and wonder if they too are laying more chemtrail?

 

 

Bottom left, note how the trail is interrupted or turned on and off.

Apart from the clever hatchet job from tv regarding these things, most people would  say its just jet trails. But why do they persist, can morph un-naturally quick, haze and quickly drift to form overall haze when it WAS a bright clear day. Theres the planes, theres the buggered day!! And why particular pockets of time when it seems so easy to see them ie an hour or two at breakfast, an hour or two at teatime. Remember, the massive aluminium levels where this has been happening for decades ie California and the horrible levels of autism in boys and no caddis in the streams and hence no trout to fish for and raging wildfire feeding on nano-particle aluminium fallen to the earth. I also have a feeling the chemtrail aluminium is affecting diatoms and algae, microscopic and utterly essential and fundamantal for most life on Earth. Diatoms don’t matter I hear …. thats where 70% of the worlds oil and gas is derived from ie ancient geological deposits. Its also the only material on this planet that allowed the Challenger and Shuttle to re-enter this atmosphere unfrazzled. A fascinating subject – diatoms. Its also thought aluminium from chemtrails is a major factor in bee decline, they develop Alzheimers.

Please see my previous posts on chemtrails, the photos prove theres something ‘going on’.

Look at my diary page started Aug 4th 2018, I’ll build up a few days material as diary entries. https://climate-change-briefing.com/2018/08/04/uk-chemtrails-diary/

Pressure from the money …

Same old story and frightening to think that ‘human pressure’ alone can seek out and render to ‘extinct’  things that should inhabit niche habitat every square mile. But farmers strive to take over and render uniform anything known as landscape, their abhorence of anything non-uniform and non-industrial in scale knows no bounds, their plough renders useless …. and really for what n’th purpose?

Streams, brooks, burns, ditches, puddles and ponds always interested me, I look back over my childhood and mostly it was starved of such things but luckily the village I moved to age seven had a flooded quarry and so there was  a wee chance of pretendy fishing once I got to know about it. To get excited for this topic google image for such as … diatoms, radiolarians, dinoflagellates, testate rhizopods, all are easily found by the amateur microscopist and something i think seemingly never included in anything by David Attenborough – I hope to be corrected as I don’t watch tv.  The former ie diatoms I think is responsible for 20% of the worlds CO2 to O conversion but no-one has ever seen one with the naked eye and also important for Oceanic cloud/weather systems; likewise it is burning ancient diatomaceous oil that has led to a) their demise and b) our own inevitable decline as a species. A pre-war copy of Strasburgers ‘Botany’ has a wonderful section ‘Cryptogams’ ie hidden things (microscopic) well worth seeking out, but it must be pre-war when the engravings  were so fascinating, latter day editions are cold and useless.

I subscribe to E360 from Yale and its a very good source of quality information. Todays article is heartening but also sad in that aquarium keepers are providing a very key and important role in keeping alive species of freshwater fish that are endangered or possibly extinct. Thinking about it, could we not create more bye-waters and secluded runnels that could acccomodate such fish? And thinking about it, in the west here generally there seems zero interaction between inhabitants and their environment; unless of course its some sort of (usually short-lived) volunteer group or funding initiative, the kind we see photographed in our local free papers. You can tell I’m not impressed. But wheres the staying power, inter-generational involvement or handing on of knowledge and experience … guess what…  its the 21st century and theres next to none.  Progress huh … bah humbug. All my own work has been at zero cost other than time and application, two dozen species at the pit-heap and activity elsewhere, note the three big patches of yellow flag iris when heading south over the local bridge here and the so-called wild flower area at H Park all volunter ‘group’ activity will be much eclipsed by my own unaided effort (other than drive and insight) a hundred yards further on.

I quote from this excellent E360 article …

The GWG maintains several species that are extinct in the wild and has boosted the fortunes of some. For example, the finescale splitfin (Allodontichthys polylepis) was only scientifically described in 1988. By 2010 it was thought to be extinct in the wild and there were only eight individuals left in captivity in Europe, in a Dutch hobbyist’s tank. Koeck brought these to the Vienna bunker “ark” and began a studbook-based breeding program to retain genetic diversity. There are now about 350 individual finescale splitfins being cared for by various GWG members, and in 2016 a GWG field trip rediscovered a wild population in a Mexican river. unquote.

https://e360.yale.edu/features/basement-preservationists-can-hobbyists-save-rare-fish-from-extinction

Well worth subscribing, always interesting.

 

My friends the diatoms.

I started looking at diatoms in around 1992, absolutely fascinating as they slowly moved themselves around on the surface of the glass microscope slide. Show anyone a goog image search for diatoms and they will be fascinated. They are anywhere that at some time is a wet surface, puddles, among moss on moors, stones in streams, all over the seas and oceans. Diatoms are near the base of the food chain and utterly essential, they cannot be done without and likewise the larger more sophisticated phytoplankton feed on them, all of them are part of the CO2 conversion apparatus.

Seventy percent of the worlds oil and gas is derived from ancient diatomaceous oil trapped / contained beneath the earth and silica is used literally as the base (wafer) for doping and etching to make intergrated circuits and modern day electronics.

This recent article tells us things look bad for diatoms:-

“Most of these studies, however, have been conducted under high-iron conditions. Our study uncovers a widespread cellular mechanism that suggests high CO2 might be particularly problematic for phytoplankton growth in low-iron regions of the ocean.”

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-03-key-biological-mechanism-disrupted-ocean.html#jCp

 

I quote  … In the largest of these regions, the Southern Ocean, concentrations of available iron are below one trillionth of a gram per liter, approaching the limit supporting life.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-03-key-biological-mechanism-disrupted-ocean.html#jCp

 … unquote.

quote … The team then initiated a study to investigate the evolutionary relationships of transferrin and phytotransferrin. To their surprise, the proteins were functional analogs whose ancient origins extend to the pre-Cambrian period of Earth history, predating the appearance of modern plants and animals.

“The appearance of phytotransferrin some 700 million years ago is consistent with a time in Earth’s history marked by massive changes in ocean chemistry, and this ancient evolutionary history helps explain why no one has connected ISIP2A and transferrin,” said Miroslav Oborník, a molecular evolutionary biologist from the University of South Bohemia and co-author on the paper.

unquote.

As in some gruesome joke we are just finding out about things as we are losing them. So, half our CO2 to O worldwide is from phytoplankton that now looks much stressed and likewise plant and tree CO2 conversion is modifying itself, shutting down as it were in reaction to the increased CO2 that they live among as per a previous post of mine with associated loss of planet cooling transpiration and protein as nutrient in leaves and pollen. Natural growing things, weather systems, the mechanisms of nature all look as if pre-programmed to dislike the present situation. Also bees and insects according to some are a tenth or nil of former populations and one cannot help but continue the line of the graph to the bottom. No bees observed in my garden this year to take all the pollen of my spring flowering bulbs, I noticed this decline quite easily three or four years ago. Today I shall have to pollinate all the crocus so that seed will be viable, I want to continue the spread of them here in my garden. Likewise not the former blue skies I expect of winter and spring, often ruined by non-fading chem trails and the quick-forming dreaded haze. It could be aluminium particles from weather modification ie the haze on clear blue (high pressure) mornings are to blame for the bee extinction, organic growers are struggling with much reduced yields and increasing disease which they think from the ally-rain. Even in my own garden a strange die-off on Hypericum, also rose leaf problems that are not the usual. The protein from green plants and pollen is merely two thirds of what it was.  There are so many declines that soon blog posts like mine will need to incorporate long lists of bullet points!
Meanwhile Scott Pruitt at the American EPA and trump have banned mention of ‘climate change’ dismissing or moving scientists and plagued us all with the nonsense of ‘fake news’ to further combat any reality leaking into their world …
Even the UK Daily Mail eight years ago is sounding an alert at ocean plankton loss, note the stunning image …. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1298596/Massive-40-decline-oceans-phytoplankton-puts-entire-food-chain-threat.html

Fifteen thousand Scientists.

http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/letter-to-humanity-warning-climate-change-global-warming-scientists-union-concerned-a8052481.html

I quote …

“By failing to adequately limit population growth, reassess the role of an economy rooted in growth, reduce greenhouse gases, incentivise renewable energy, protect habitat, restore ecosystems, curb pollution, halt defaunation, and constrain invasive alien species, humanity is not taking the urgent steps needed to safeguard our imperilled biosphere.”

unquote.

Heres the full article …  https://academic.oup.com/bioscience/article/67/12/1026/4605229

Its difficult to get into peoples minds how disastrous even a 2C warming has become (and looks set to rise far higher)  we cannot see immediately weather systems responding to the increased feedback until it is way far too late, nor fully realise the interconnectedness of  ‘this beautiful machine’ we call Earth. Each identifiable system influences the other to a remarkable degree providing yet further increases in feedback and effects, a most potent and dangerous spiral and even now mechanisms and processes are just coming to light.

And what does Scott Pruitt at the EPA do … shut down all thought of such matters !!!

 

Heres news of Pacific die-back below from two years ago…. note at 01:20 no more birds are being brought in; at 01:40 we are told they are finding birds with no food in their stomachs. Likewise Francis Mangels tells us elsewhere of the collapse here and now of trout rivers, he’s a PhD on Entymology, lifelong Fisheries Professional and a grounded practical man … so he should know!  He says insect populations are down to a tenth of what they should be, Caddis fly are gone, wild trout have empty stomachs.  I need to know and have difficulty finding current information re diatom and plankton populations in the Pacific. I’m finding great big holes where I should be seeing information. Below, the first report is from the Bird Treatment and Learning Center, Anchorage, Alaska. http://www.birdtlc.org/

 

 

I need to find more re Pacific dieback and West Coast USA Fisheries but google cannot seem to provide very much new material. However, heres …  http://www.oregonlive.com/environment/index.ssf/2015/07/blob.html   … read of fisheries collapse, how sealions cannot provide milk or raise young anymore. And Pruitt and Artch Clown trump whistle-on as if nothings ocurring….