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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby apoppin » Sat Feb 04, 2012 11:46 am

Actually, he makes no arguments for the Bible whatsoever
-- some of his arguments are quite interesting, however. He does not believe in global warming neither and presents the argument against the polar caps melting quickly.

Some of the maps that he presents are pretty interesting.

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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby Ocre » Sun Feb 05, 2012 3:04 pm

yea, there is a huge interest in science that could be used against the global warming findings. This interest is from ppl with endless pockets. These ppl also call themselves conservatives and christian. Political propaganda Nazi values.

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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby LifePincher » Sun Feb 05, 2012 3:42 pm

I wonder where the pendulum is on it's swing with the next ice age.
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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby apoppin » Sun Feb 05, 2012 4:00 pm

It's not a swing. It's sudden. And there is science to support that the next ice age is triggered by global warming as an atmospheric global reset. Hyper-storms that punch through the atmosphere to cause sudden cooling.

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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby Ocre » Sun Feb 05, 2012 5:03 pm

True north is on the move. What if the earth tilts further and further till Antarctica is close to the equator and warms up again. Places that are warm and nearest to the equator now roll over to contain the new poles. To those places a deep freeze. There very own localized ice ages. The entire earth tilting over its axis over! Imagine that.

Seriously.
I think we have way more to learn than a lot of ppl think. Much of our current "understandings" will be completely turned on its side. Our earths tilt should be disturbing as its not common among our neighbors. Venus, Mars, even our own moon remain solidly in the same plane as the sun. As a matter of fact all the planets in our solar system rotate with the sun on the same Ecliptic Plane except for Earth. Earth is a whopping 23.5 degrees off. The other exception is Mercury. You may have heard about Mercury's strange orbit, but it ony moves 7 degrees off the ecliptic plane and this is considered a significant amount. The other planets are nearly perfect, our moon is perfectly on the suns plan. Earth is the grand exception. This is more than interesting.....

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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby BoFox » Sun Feb 05, 2012 5:13 pm

Ocre wrote:True north is on the move. What if the earth tilts further and further till Antarctica is close to the equator and warms up again. Places that are warm and nearest to the equator now roll over to contain the new poles. To those places a deep freeze. There very own localized ice ages. The entire earth tilting over its axis over! Imagine that.

Seriously.
I think we have way more to learn than a lot of ppl think. Much of our current "understandings" will be completely turned on its side. Our earths tilt should be disturbing as its not common among our neighbors. Venus, Mars, even our own moon remain solidly in the same plane as the sun. As a matter of fact all the planets in our solar system rotate with the sun on the same Ecliptic Plane except for Earth. Earth is a whopping 23.5 degrees off. The other exception is Mercury. You may have heard about Mercury's strange orbit, but it ony moves 7 degrees off the ecliptic plane and this is considered a significant amount. The other planets are nearly perfect, our moon is perfectly on the suns plan. Earth is the grand exception. This is more than interesting.....

Are you forgetting ur anus? (pun intended)

From the last ice age, the localization of the ice caps (NE America and N Europe) make it look like as if the north pole was actually right in mid-Northwest Greenland. New Zealand must've been a really, really cold place then, as the south pole was also much closer to NZ. But I bet many scientists will beg to differ with some "evidence" regarding the historical imprint of magnetic fields from back then??
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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby grstanford » Sun Feb 05, 2012 8:28 pm

True north is on the move. What if the earth tilts further and further till Antarctica is close to the equator and warms up again.
True north moves because the earth wobbles slightly on its axis. There is little danger of further tilt without a very significant event occuring (moon shifting its orbit significantly, meteor impact etc). If Antarctica does move anywhere it will be due to continental drift/tectonic plate activity.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth
The angle of the Earth's tilt is relatively stable over long periods of time. The tilt does undergo nutation; a slight, irregular motion with a main period of 18.6 years.[140] The orientation (rather than the angle) of the Earth's axis also changes over time, precessing around in a complete circle over each 25,800 year cycle; this precession is the reason for the difference between a sidereal year and a tropical year. Both of these motions are caused by the varying attraction of the Sun and Moon on the Earth's equatorial bulge. From the perspective of the Earth, the poles also migrate a few meters across the surface. This polar motion has multiple, cyclical components, which collectively are termed quasiperiodic motion. In addition to an annual component to this motion, there is a 14-month cycle called the Chandler wobble. The rotational velocity of the Earth also varies in a phenomenon known as length of day variation.
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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby apoppin » Tue Feb 07, 2012 1:14 pm

http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2012/02/ ... latestnews

The Thing got 'em

A group of Russian scientists in Antarctica has succeeded in drilling to a lake buried two miles beneath the icy landmass, the state-run Russian news service Ria Novosti reported -- following a week of radio silence from the team that had some scratching their heads.

“Yesterday, our scientists stopped drilling at the depth of 3,768 meters and reached the surface of the sub-glacial lake,” the source reportedly said in a story posted Monday, Feb. 6.

An unnamed source with Russia's Federal Service for Hydrometeorology confirmed the news as well, Russian business newspaper The View reported.

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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby apoppin » Tue Feb 07, 2012 1:22 pm

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... years.html

Check out the headlines
Breakthrough! Russian scientists drill into Antarctic lake buried under the ice for 20 million years, amid extraordinary claims the Nazis may have got there first

Drilling successful as scientists break through into lake buried miles under Antarctic ice
Lake could have 'unique life forms' say scientists
News agency claims that hidden Nazi stronghold nearby could contain Hitler's archives
Described as 'unassailable fortress for the Fuhrer' - and could contain Hitler and Eva Braun's remains, says agency
Lake has had no contact with man-made pollutants or Earthly life forms for millions of years


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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby grstanford » Wed Feb 08, 2012 8:50 pm

Funny, thats not what other sites are reporting.

http://arstechnica.com/science/news/201 ... roject.ars

No mention of Nazi strongholds there, and I think I'll believe Ars Technica over the Daily Mail .....
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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby apoppin » Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:03 pm

i always thought the Daily Mail was yellow journalism like the sensationalist crap Murdock specializes in .. what was that, 'news of the world' that went out of business?

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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby grstanford » Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:18 pm

I didn't think papers like that actually had any content beyond scantily clad big titted women on the front page.
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Re: Movie Plot comes to life as scientists lost in Antarctic

Postby apoppin » Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:25 pm

The USA has its own rags. i only remember the Daily Mail from living in Dublin back in the 70s
(1970s) :P

It wasn't published in Ireland until years later but i remember it was definitely slanted toward women and was all about gossip.


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