We depend on the Ice caps for the temperature stability of our planet, the ice caps and glaciers are melting at an alarming rate, in 2020 there was a 9.1cm sea rise, that the equivalent to 9000 miles cubed, this is accelerating every year, the more ice that melts the less air conditioning we have, it is a chain reaction that needs addressing.
This page will focus on how to stop the Ice Cap's melting, how to stitch ice bergs breaking away, and how to look after the Ice Cap's using nature, harmonic resonance, new technology, stopping certain technologies and teaching the workings of the energy fields that surround the earth that have all been damaged from CFC's to electron precipitation.
We will be showcasing an ideology from all the pages on this site to combine into an ideology on how to stop the melting of our glaciers, the air composition, the air temperature, air currents, and also the Ozone layer the Ozone hole, the magnetic field, the Taurus energy field, and how to address the red algae magnifying the solar ray breakdown of the ice.
AIR CURRENTS AND JET STREAMS
This section will focus on the jet stream and air currents, as we can see from the diagrams below the ocean gyres either control the wind or the wind controls the gyres, the sun spots also control the wind currents, all in all they all control each other in a cycle that feeds each other, all we can do is change the intensity and the air temperature we cannot change the air stream direction, we can do this with lowering temps from Co2 and other areas, and looking after the Ozone layer, other areas are electro magnetic radiation and its effects on cloud structure forming and ions in the air positive electrons that gets disturbed, it also has a little ionosphere science the heat of the ionosphere controls lower wind temperatures, similar to how hurricanes are formed hot air meets the cold air and so on.
Here we have a diagram that shows some areas for tree plantations and how they will help control the air temperatures going into the polar region, the trees will help filter out the Co2 that magnifies the suns solar rays, also the extra trees will elevate the oxygen levels bringing colder air into the polar region.
These winds bring hot air down towards the Antarctica area, this hot air accelerates the melting of the glacier, if we plant trees in the pointed out areas this will act as a barrier, it will help filter out the hot sands, but also, it will increase oxygen levels, the higher oxygen levels will cool the air in these winds, even if it is just 1 degree, it will make a difference.
Below shows the oceans gyres they are like giant whirlpools these control the sea currents with the constant flow and forces pushing the water, they work in harmony with the wind currents so they never change, these also drag all the waster and plastics into the oceans, they are the very reason we have the pacific garbage patch that stays in the pacific, it is estimated to be 6 times the size of England, we cover this in the oceans page on this site along with technology on how to remove all this waste, but for this section we will cover the effect the wind and gyres have on the air temperatures entering the polar region of the Antarctica, using the direction of the wind patterns we can establish the areas on where to focus large tree plantations to reduce the heat flowing in these pathways and to also increase the oxygen levels bringing colder air into the polar regions or the Antarctica region.
The image below shows the cyclotron motion of the air currents and how it circles through the stratosphere into the ionosphere and circles back again, when we heat up the ionosphere with electromagnetic radiation or radio waves it effect the ionosphere that in turn circulates back into the stratosphere making the air slightly hotter, we really do need to be careful on how many waves of radiation we bring into these regions of our atmosphere, we need to stop all ionosphere heating experiments, HAARP, SURA and EISCAT are all facilities that do these experiments, there are a collective of 60 ground bases that work in this field, there may be a way of utilising these and using the frequencies 432hz and 7.83hz to help repair our broken energy fields like the Ozone layer and Taurus energy field but realistically the best way is to reduce the radiation that we are adding, NASA has also stated and shown that earth now has an extra field picked up by the Van Allan probe, this extra field is hurting the planet and its harmonic functions that effect the Sherman frequency 7.83hz and also intern creates heat, we have surrounded the planet in a radiation bubble that is effecting things, it may only be slightly but add all these factors together and you have elevated global warming.
Air temperature is key to slowing the melting of the glaciers, we need to reduce the Co2 and more importantly the methane levels in our atmosphere, the other pages in this site will show ways to do this from new car design, energy production and different farming techniques, all in all it will lower the air temps, in this section we are going to focus on the air that is brought to the polar regions from air currents from hotter regions like south Africa, the air streams or jet currents bring hot air in from these places, these areas like south Africa have lower tree counts than they used to and are not able to filter out the Co2 and do not produce the same levels of oxygen as they used to, the oxygen is colder and keeps air temperature lower than air with less oxygen in the composition, this added with the magnification of solar rays from the green house gases, and the weakening of the diminishing Ozone protective layer means more solar rays are entering, and then they are getting magnified making the PAR levels higher the active radiation hitting the ground is more powerful because it has been magnified and there is more that is able to pass through the barrier or the Ozone as it is thinner and does not hold the same level of protection, this extra heat added to the lack of the trees converting the Co2 into oxygen is causing the air to be more hotter than it should be resulting in a few degree temperature rise that is causing acceleration of the glaciers melting.
So what do we do well on other pages you will find many of the answers from new energy production and different car design that uses water and pumps out oxygen that will help the air composition, carbon neutral energy production is also key to fixing this, and we will talk about how the Ozone layer is diminishing through processes of CFC style gases and poisons such as methyl bromide and other CFC's but mainly through microwaves radiation from our communication services TV, radio, satellites and so on, that is causing electron precipitation and destroying the O3 molecules that make up the Ozone layer, on this site you will find the answers to stop it all and you will find alternative ways to do everything, we will show new ways for satellites ranging from GPS system without the need of satellites and we will work to replace other systems, but if we just reduce the TV signals, reduce the Radar signals, reduce the 5G reduce all the electro radiation and microwaves we will be ok, we have to much and we are smothering the planet with radiation, technology is the main factor in global warming, it is more destructive than all the Co2 and methane added together but does not get taken onto account in the global warming talks,
I am unsure if humanity knows about these dangers or takes them seriously, humanity seems to under the conception that non ionising is completely safe and it is not, the other reasons for this go beyond humanity's technology for registering the changes, the Sherman frequency 7.83hz is the earth harmonic resonance it is the earths spirit, the earth is a living organism and we need to treat it as if we are living on a living organ not a rock, it is alive, the more we pollute with microwaves and radiation the more effect it has on the Sherman frequency and so on, you will find more in depth on this in the RF frequency and radiation page on this site.
so by adding all these factors together we can establish that there is a greater need than just cars cash trees and coal it is actually very complex, changing all these things will lower air temperatures, and rebuild the Ozone and stop as much solar rays from entering our atmosphere, we can stop global warming if we do everything on this site and take every area seriously, especially the electro radiation part as many big powerful company's do not want to change or listen, and it is embedded into our way of life.
ICE BERG STITCHING
We have started to witness alarming problems with the ice caps, we are getting ice sheets or shelfs that are breaking of the size of small countries, these then float out to sea and melt causing the sea levels to rise even more, the fresh water also mixes with the salty sea water, when we mix to much fresh with the salt water it will change the sea current.
we need to stop these bergs from breaking away, the best way is to stitch them together once a crack has been formed, we can do this with 30 to 50 meter steel rods on each side of the open crack, we can then use steel cable to harness them together stitching all the way across the crack, we then use surrounding ice to pack the hole, and we then cover the stitching with a mound of ice, below you will see a diagram of how we can do this that may explain it a bit better.
taking this approach will ensure we have less bergs breaking away, this is a daunting task, and these cracks can be many miles long, this is no small task, but it is the only way, we can reduce these cracks by the way we treat our planet but this section is to show what to do with the crack once it has appeared, other sections will focus on how to stop the cracks from starting, below are some diagrams and more explanations on what to do with this emergency.
This next image below will show a side on realistic view of the rods and the ice crack
Red algae is a major problem in the Antarctica region, this darker colour absorbs more solar radiation like wearing a black te-shirt on a hot day, this large patches of red algae magnify the solar rays and increase the melting of the glacier, this red algae is mainly brought in by penguins, there penguin poo has organisms that create the red algae, this is because they eat a lot of shrill, this shows up as red in there poo and create red algae, there is also an element of there feet and the waters they swim in they bring things with them that react with the enzymes in the poo when they walk that ultimately creates red algae, so what do we need, well cannot change there diet, if we could we need to bread other marine life in the area in the hope they will change there diet and move away from the shrill, we need to find something in nature that eats the red algae and bread it in these regions, either a small animal mammal or an organism that feeds on this red algae, there are certain crabs will eat this below you will find a list of life that we can bring or increase through breading techniques that will eventually balance the red algae to a manageable level.
RED ALGAE AT ANTARCTICA
Here we have a picture showing how bad this red algae really is, they call these blood falls because they are like red blood water falls once it melts, you can see how this darker colour will increase the melting of the ice and glaciers, it is a real problem that needs attention.
Hermit Crab - (Calcinus sp.) The most popular hermit crabs for the marine aquarium. It found in the from Central Pacific to the Eastern Pacific Oceans. Since they scavenge for detritus and consume nuisance algae, including red slime algae (cyanobacteria), these would be benefical to bread in these area as they love eating red algae we need to introduce these in high numbers,
Ice worms eat red algae, which grows on glacial snowpacks. IT is also believed that they might forage on pollen grains blown onto the glacier and snowpack by the wind. Since Iceworms are a part of some glacial ecosystems, which include other (mostly microscopic) organisms, it is probable that they feed upon the organic remans of these creatures.
Springtails are an important feature of terrestrial Antarctic systems as they are not only the largest year-round inhabitants at a mere1.5mm (with penguins and seals spending much of their time offshore), they are also highly sensitive to environmental disturbances, making them ideal bioindicators of climate change.