Life on this Earth Just Changed: The North Atlantic Current is Gone

I spent many days recently in the wilderness, on my land enjoying the peace of nature and the company of a friend who I had not seen for nearly two years.  He and his wife helped us tremendously to buy our land and it was a challenging time for me when they left to go and live abroad. We talked about many things. The fine heartening vibe that I sensed from him throughout our conversations was this feeling of… accepting whatever life sends ones way with a positive attitude, always looking beyond the present drama of life with care but in a detached manner.

It is with that vibe, that attitude that I share the following information:

‘The latest satellite data establishes that the North Atlantic Current (also called the North Atlantic Drift) no longer exists and along with it the Norway Current. These two warm water currents are actually part of the same system that has several names depending on where in the Atlantic Ocean it is. The entire system is a key part of the planet’s heat regulatory system; it is what keeps Ireland and the United Kingdom mostly ice-free and the Scandinavia countries from being too cold; it is what keeps the entire world from another Ice Age. This Thermohaline Circulation System is now dead in places and dying in others.’

This is the result of the gulf oil disaster according to many scientists. For those who want to know more please check out the below link:

http://www.infiniteunknown.net/2010/09/14/life-on-this-earth-just-changed-the-north-atlantic-current-is-gone/

This friend of mine introduced me to the following book:

Nonviolent communication: a language of life by Marshall B.Rosenberg

It is a good tool for developing that fine attitude to life that will help humanity to face the monumental challenges  facing us.



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