May 14, 2018
tfw Venus and Jupiter are transiting.
Okay, so Earth’s climate is affected by solar flares, the Moon’s orbit, volcanic activity, and now the gravitational influence of massive celestial bodies within the solar system. But if you don’t switch your lightbulbs to LEDs right now, you’re personally responsible for global warming.
Makes perfect sense.
An astonishing new study suggests that influence on our orbit by Jupiter and Venus may have a profound impact on the Earth’s climate and life forms. The study found that every 405,000 years, Earth’s orbit around the sun shifts from circular to slightly elliptical, and then switches back, and scientists think it is due to a gravitational influence from Jupiter and Venus that still affects our planet today.
Yeah, Earth’s orbit switching from a circular to elliptical pattern seems like something that would have a massive impact on the climate, wouldn’t it?
And we’re only learning about this now?
It only goes to show how little we know about the Earth’s climate.
This stuff is complicated as hell. And we’re still only scratching the surface.
Scientists have noted this pattern for at least the last 215 million years and possible longer. And researchers have been able to tie this shift to changes in the climate, the environment, and even to dinosaurs and mammals and fossils. They were able to make this discovery by analyzing sesdiments [sic] in New Jersey and Arizona.
The rocks there had similar patterns in terms of reverals in the Earth’s magnetic field, and they appeared to correlate with the 405,000 year cycle that scientists have been studying. Every 405,000 years, for example, summers get hopper [sic] when orbital eccentricity is at its most extreme.
In other words, the orbital pattern of Jupiter and Venus can actually cause “global warming” on earth, in a cyclical fashion. And this has been happening for hundreds of millions of years.
But I’m sure that pales in comparison to the devastating climactic impact of dinosaur farts or whatever.
The full statement from Rutger University follows below.
Every 405,000 years, gravitational tugs from Jupiter and Venus slightly elongate Earth’s orbit, an amazingly consistent pattern that has influenced our planet’s climate for at least 215 million years and allows scientists to more precisely date geological events like the spread of dinosaurs, according to a Rutgers-led study.
The findings are published online today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
“It’s an astonishing result because this long cycle, which had been predicted from planetary motions through about 50 million years ago, has been confirmed through at least 215 million years ago,” said lead author Dennis V. Kent, a Board of Governors professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. “Scientists can now link changes in the climate, environment, dinosaurs, mammals and fossils around the world to this 405,000-year cycle in a very precise way.”
The scientists linked reversals in the Earth’s magnetic field – when compasses point south instead of north and vice versa – to sediments with and without zircons (minerals with uranium that allow radioactive dating) as well as to climate cycles.
“The climate cycles are directly related to how the Earth orbits the sun and slight variations in sunlight reaching Earth lead to climate and ecological changes,” said Kent, who studies Earth’s magnetic field. “The Earth’s orbit changes from close to perfectly circular to about 5 percent elongated especially every 405,000 years.”
Stories like this really highlight how insane the “man-made global warming” narrative really is. There’s massive factors affecting our climate that we aren’t even aware of yet, and all of these innumerable factors are inter-related in complex ways our computer models can’t even come close to processing.
And yet they’re still pushing the notion that CO2, of all things, which has a comparatively tiny impact on the weather by itself, somehow is going to cause a catastrophic rise in temperatures through some complex chain of events no one even understands.
And the only way to stop it is to de-industrialize the West and cut our birthrates, while China and India continue polluting at an astounding rate and breed like rats.
Letting the Chinese lead the way is sure to be good for the environment, goyim.
This is completely nuts.