Has The Gulf Stream Stopped?

The Gulf Stream Has Stopped

By

John R. Moore

Copyright September 27, 2010

 

Ladies and Gentlemen,

This is the second most important event in the past 2,000 years. Please read on.

I first published my concerns about the Gulf Stream being at risk of stopping in my 2005 paper “No Need For Panic”. At that point in time I had been aware of the Gulf Stream being at risk of stopping for a couple of years. On November 27, 2005, the scientific community admitted that the Gulf Stream had lost thirty percent (30%) of its mass and velocity. The same press release stated that the computer models were estimating that the Gulf Stream would stop in 5 to 20 years, that is before 2025 – well within our lifetimes.

On June 12, 2010, the Gulf Stream stopped.

A bit of explanation is in order:

First, the Gulf Stream moves (used to move) warm water from the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico to the western side of Europe.

The Gulf Stream (so-named by Benjamin Franklin in the 18th century) has a number of other names: The North Atlantic Thermohaline Conveyor, The Loop Current, (Actually the Loop Current is the name of that portion of the Gulf Stream which makes a “loop” in the Gulf of Mexico. It was disrupted and lost its connection with the Gulf Stream after the BP spill and the Corexit, thus breaking the connection of the warm Gulf of Mexico water with the rest of the Gulf Stream. Matt Simmons may have been killed for revealing too much about the problems of the consequences of the BP oil spill and the shut down of the Loop Current, The Conveyor, and others. This river of warm water moving through the colder North Atlantic Ocean begins in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. It is a continuous current moving around our planet, which does not really “begin” anywhere. It exists rounding the Southern tip of Africa, and crosses the South Atlantic, with some of it moving south of Cuba and into the Gulf of Mexico and another part moving up East of Florida and then, it moves up the Atlantic coast of Florida until it gets to Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, and then it turned east across the Atlantic Ocean towards northern Europe.

Up until June 12, 2010, it continued east to the British Isles where it split with part going north to warm Iceland with the rest going south warming Scotland, Ireland, England, France, Spain and Portugal. Now it goes a couple of hundred miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, and stops! (Here’s the link to see the U.S. Navy map of the North Atlantic, which depicts water temperatures and placed a large yellow arrow pointing to the stopping point of the Gulf Stream : WWW.THELIBERTYMAN.COM/#GULF.  This Sea Surface Temperature Map is updated daily by the U.S. Navy at website: www.fnmoc.navy.mil/public/ .)

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Second, the Gulf Stream affects the atmosphere up to seven miles above the Gulf Stream. At that altitude, you are in the Jet Stream. The Jet Steam is the 200 miles per hour wind that has tremendous impact on weather in the Northern Hemisphere.

 Let me explain how credible physicists have verified the importance of the Gulf Stream shutting down.

In the middle of July 2010, one of my research team forwarded an article by Dr. Gianluigi Zangari PhD. Dr. Zangari (who works with the prestigious Research Division of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics at Frascati National Laboratories of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics in Italy), is part of a team of scientists in Europe and North America that have been studying and monitoring the Gulf Stream for over nine years.  I turned this information over to another member of my team, Dr. Bill Deagle M.D. (Bill’s website is WWW.NUTRIMEDICAL.COM)  Dr. Deagle contacted Dr. Zangari. Over the next ten to fourteen days there were telephone conversations, E-mails, and we (Dr. Deagle, Ms. Ann Morrison [Ann’s website is: WWW.HOMELAND-DEFENSE4U.COM] and I) even interviewed Dr. Zangari live on the Genesis Radio Network. I felt privileged to be part of that interview.

During the first few days of our discussion with Dr. Zangari, he was telling us that the Gulf Stream was at risk of stopping. He had new data coming in daily from his various sources:

ο        Real time satellite data from Jason

ο        TOPEX/Poseidon

ο        Geosat Follow-On (GFO)

ο        ERS-2

ο        Envisat

These data were processed by the Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research (CCAR) and further checked at the Frascati Laboratories by means of the SHT congruent calculus and compared with past years data.  (Reference:  http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_industryweapons114.htm )

By the end of July, Dr. Zangari was convinced that the Gulf Stream had, on June 12, 2010, stopped. Shortly after telling us that, he cut-off any further communication with us. We can only speculate as to why.  His paper is available as a PDF at http://www.associazionegeofisica.it/OilSpill.pdf.

A quote from Dr. Zangari: “The Gulf Stream is the Pacemaker of the weather for the planet”. A strong statement, to say the least!

You should be wondering, what are the implications of stopping the Gulf Stream.

Why is this the second most important story in 2,000 years? Because the most important story is that of Jesus Christ. The Gulf Stream stopping may mean the start of a new ice

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age. It will definitely mean abrupt climate change, especially harmful to the world’s agriculture and dramatic increases and decreases in temperature and precipitation.

Possibly violent weather related events are more than a theory. I do not have direct access to the NASA Goddard Space Flight Institute, the main headquarters for the U.S. government monitoring these matters; however, one of my team members is connected. Through him (and other sources) we continue to seek more scientific details.

Here are the two critical questions regarding climate change:

1.) How soon will the stopped Gulf Stream affect agriculture?

2.) How bad will it be?

As to question #1: What I’m hearing at this point in time is as soon as 90-120 days to as long as 24 months. We are fairly certain that the adverse impact on growing grain will be severe.  Russia has already stopped exporting grain because of drought affecting yields of grains.  China is stockpiling commodities, such as soybeans, exchanging commodities for the U.S. debt instruments that have lost value over the past five years.

As to question #2: Grains are the basic food for 6.5 billion people and unknown millions of domestic animals.  Wheat, corn, soybeans and rice constitute a huge percentage of food worldwide. These grains can tolerate only a certain range of high/low temperatures and high/low precipitation. Anything outside what they normally can tolerate reduces the harvest. Very extreme changes can wipe out the harvest completely. In addition, other crops and animal production will be adversely impacted. This translates into higher food prices for first world countries like the United States, Canada, and Western Europe. For third world countries, this becomes malnutrition and the opportunistic diseases that malnourished people succumb to.

In addition, we may see mass migrations (tens of millions) of people leaving England, Ireland and Scotland, if for no other reason than they do not bury their pipes deep enough! Other areas may see migrations as well. Areas that have had fairly mild winters could soon have the same brutal winters of Moscow.

My friend Tim Spencer runs www.ruralsurvival.info . He has posted three You Tube videos made by “The Earl of Stirling”. While the quality of the video is poor, the audio and the information are excellent! I highly recommend watching them.

I continue to monitor this matter and get new updates. I will be discussing this matter on my radio show and with Dr. Deagle on his show as well.

So this is your heads up! This is your warning! It is beyond the scope of this article to get into any real details of how one would mitigate this matter to save themselves and their loved ones. Suffice it to say, one must be well above sea level (500′ plus), away from large cities, have a few acres to grow food on, a private source for potable water and much, much more.

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Preparation is a complex matter. I do private consultations for families and corporations. A full eight-hour consultation just hits the highlights. My radio shows (especially my Sunday show) discuss preparedness in detail.

Time is short and I’m just one man. If you want my consultation services please call me at 314-965-3007  8:00 A.M to 5:00 P.M. Central Time Zone, Monday through Friday.

Good luck and May God bless you all,

John Moore

WWW.THELIBERTYMAN.COM
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9 thoughts on “Has The Gulf Stream Stopped?

  1. Chris Prescott

    If the Gulf Stream has stopped, as you say, shouldn’t the weather in the UK be much colder than it is currently? I’m looking at the current weather, and it appears to be within seasonal norms.

    CP

  2. Anouk

    And now they are not. Bloody cold for sure. And the winter still to come !!!
    Am I glad to have a couple of hectares arable land, in the hills away from the sea and big towns in the south of France. Bless you all, Anouk

  3. CHris Lee

    6th Jan 2011 and the weather in the UK is around 3-7 degrees during the day and around -1 3 degrees at night so explain that.

    If the current has stopped why are the temperatures getting back to normal in the UK?

    Why are we not seeing a continual pattern?

    The weather forceasters dont see a return of the blocked weather system we had and say the weather is within normal conditions for this time of year.

    I dont understand so could you please enlighten us here in the UK as to why its alot warmer all of a sudden?

  4. me

    to both chris’s; just a thought, but I think he mentioned in the article that it could take up to 24 months for the full effects of the change to kick in, thus this winter may not be the clear cut signal, but maybe next winter (2011) will be the true test. Not arguing for either side, just pointing this out.

  5. Joe

    Gulf stream stopped, eh? Hmmm. There’s nothing we can do about it. So don’t worry about it. Turn on the television, pop the tab on a beer, and watch some baseball. Or a nasty sitcom. Or, you could run around in circles yelling as loudly as possible. But I think the first option is much better.

  6. Jay

    The normal temps and weather patterns are not what was normal 10 or 20 years ago. In my life time i have seen winters with lesser snow every year. So just because the tamps are normal fo rwhat we are used to doesnt mean they are not changeing. If the gulf stream has stopped nothing good can happen. Look up the little ice age and its affects on the vikings and other peoples.

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  8. mike

    john moore is a good host and has alot of info .
    why are there winter twisters or foolds going on? it all from the gulf stream.

    i say the pop the beer tab dudes should starve SURIVAL OF THE FIT not the unfit !

    go to rbn and hear the truth spoke out not held in..

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