Ocala, FL (PRWEB) February 12, 2012
The recently released eBook "Earth's Natural Climate Pulse" links a naturally occurring climate pulse to recurring cycles of global cooling, global warming, carbon dioxide, melting of the Arctic ice, and the year of no summer in 1816. The book is an update of the original eBook "Global Warming - Global Cooling" researched and authored by David Dilley of Global Weather Oscillations Incorporated (GWO), and published on the GWO website.
Mr. Dilley's research found that specific cycles of the Lunisolar gravitational pulse of the sun and moon, are directly linked to the beginning and ending of all 6 global warming and cooling cycles during the past 1,200 years. The strong pulses also cause stress on the earth's mantle, plates and crust just beneath our feet. These changes can result in increased earthquake and volcanic activity.
According to Mr. Dilley's eBook Earth's Natural Climate Pulse and other sources; the combination of a natural global cooling cycle in the early 1800s, and the large volcanic eruption of Tambora in 1815, caused the year of no summer in 1816. This resulted in unusually cold summer weather with worldwide crop failures, civil unrest, famine and disease across Europe, China, Africa and the United States. This scenario is not merely a coincidence, it also occurred in other global cooling cycles with the volcano Eldgja in 934 AD, Ringitoto in 1350, Huaynaputina in 1600, Tambora in 1815, and will likely occur again with the next global cooling cycle that will begin soon.
Cyclical changes in the strength of the pulses likely act as a pulsating plunger on the oceans, atmosphere, and the earth below our feet. Mr. Dilley's research indicates a strong pulse occurs at the beginning of each global warming cycle, and again at the end of each cycle. The second pulse signals the approaching end of a global warming cycle, and the beginning of a rapid global cooling cycle.
Pulses of the Lunisolar Precession regulate earth's natural rhythm, such as the four seasons and the alternating global warming and cooling cycles which occur about every 230-years. Just like humans requiring a good night's sleep, global cooling cycles provide earth with periods of rest; and a decrease in carbon dioxide. During global warming cycles; earth is warm and robust with carbon dioxide naturally reintroduced into the atmosphere.
Mr. Dilley and other scientists; indicate that wide swings in carbon dioxide levels likely occur every 230 years as earth goes through natural global warming and cooling cycles. About 1,000 years ago, a global warming cycle had global temperatures warmer than today, and carbon dioxide levels about the same as today.
The current warming cycle, which is about to end, saw the first strong Lunisolar pulse near the year 1930 and again near 2000, with a 10-year warm period following each of the pulses. The two warm periods were not only associated with a strong Lunisolar Pulse, but also a pulse of warm North Atlantic Ocean water into the Arctic Ocean. This resulted in dramatic melting of the Arctic ice from underneath.
With the current Lunisolar Pulse beginning its decline, Mr. Dilley predicts that the Arctic warm water pulse will cool within the next 8 years. This will allow rapid global cooling to begin around the year 2020, with temperatures becoming similar to those experienced in the 1800's. This will also become a critical period for volcanic activity, with the possibility of a year of no summer not far down the road.
Mr. Dilley combined his research with more than 13 fields of science, and findings from other researchers; with this melded research shedding new light on the earth's past, present and future climate cycle variations. More information and the illustrated handbook "Natural Climate Pulse" is available on the GWO website http://www.globalweathercycles.com
The author David Dilley is a meteorologist and CEO of Global Weather Oscillations Inc. (GWO), author of "Natural Climate Pulse" and "Global Warming - Global Cooling, Natural Cause Found".
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