Earth – The Blame Game Is Over

February 10, 2021 0 By admin

“Humanity, the most intelligent species in the world, is capable of anything but its aggressiveness and youth. A species that grows rapidly but slowly matures. As soon as the species is concerned about your home, its supplier, let go of your ego. Dominate. His decisions. The period of ignorance and neglect has had serious consequences throughout the world. Effects that can be reversed if nature has time to repair the damage. Remember… We only have one house. ” (David Bayliss)

You knew?

Planet Earth is a beautiful place. Despite the fact that from space it is visible as a small blue dot, on closer inspection it is not insignificant at all. Planet Earth is thought to be about 4.5 billion years old and the oldest known living organism is only 3.9 billion years old. So Mother Earth is pretty old, isn’t it? Earth is the fifth largest planet in the solar system and the 3rd planet from the Sun. Water objects cover almost 70% of the Earth’s surface, and polar ice caps contain about 70% of the Earth’s freshwater reserves. The Diameter of the Earth is 12,756 km, it revolves around its axis and tilts at 23 1/2 degrees. A 23 1/2 degree slope allows us to experience 4 seasons. It also orbits its own axis at a speed of 1670 km/h. The inner part of the Earth consists of 4 layers (three of which are solid and one liquid). The Earth’s crust is mainly composed of aluminium, and contrary to popular belief, the Earth is not an ideal sphere. The north and south poles are slightly flattened, making it a flat spheroid. Earth is also the only planet in the solar system whose name is not associated with Roman or Greek mythology. The Earth’s core is surrounded by a mantle, which is approximately 2,900 km thick. The earth’s core is molten iron. It is this molten iron that creates the Earth’s magnetic field. This magnetic field extends several kilometers from the surface. The Earth is like a giant magnet with poles located near the actual north and south poles of the Earth. The Earth’s magnetic field is called the magnetosphere, which protects the planet’s surface from the harmful radiation of the sun. The Earth is made up of different elements.

However, in recent years the Earth has undergone major changes, and ‘unprecedented’ has become the new ‘normal’ as you can see on some of the following disturbing emerging trends: the Earth’s magnetic poles are shifting and weakening (until so to some extent airports had to repaint their runways to reflect these changes). Ice cream in Greenland and Antarctica is melting at an incredible rate, the historic earthquake in Chile has moved the entire city to the west and reduced Earth Day, and the epic earthquake in Italy caused the earth to shift by 6 inches, honey bees, bats, frogs and other amphibians are dying at an alarming rate (along with other animals around the world). There has been some change that has pushed the boundaries of the animal habitat. For example, some birds in the United States have migrated north, and trees are said to be rising higher in the mountains than ever before. The northeast is moving south (this is called geological creep). Parts of North America and other continents are experiencing growth due to an effect called the post-glacial rebound. Two thirds of the world’s two-and-a-half billion people are trapped by sinking countries and rising sea levels. Huge cracks/cracks open on the Earth’s surface. Lake Iceland is one such area that falls into one of these big cracks. The African continent is changing and risks losing its famous horn. “Rise” also occurs when it seems that the Earth itself is moving up almost from within, raising rocks from under the ocean to the surface of the Earth. There was a oscillation of the Earth, weakening the Earth’s magnetic field, making it more vulnerable to solar radiation, stopping the Gulf Stream, which has various consequences around the world (some believe that it can cause an ice age). The jet stream seems to have stopped and passed through Europe, creating unusually low temperatures. Volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, sinkholes, drafts, floods, landslides, super-storms, polar whirlpools, etc. have become so commonplace that people now do not notice them, say the evening news.

Again, this is just a brief overview of the various problems facing our planet today.

Reasons for Earth Changes

It is difficult to single out any single factor behind the massive changes on Earth that we have seen in recent years. Is this a natural cyclical process? Is it caused by human activity? In any case, this is the sum of many factors that work together at the same time and are the cause of these changes. Here’s an exhaustive list of possibilities which can be attributed to terrestrial changes observed around the world: changes in Earth’s orbit, changes in the power of the Sun (solar radiation), changes in the earth’s land mass, changes in the composition of the Earth’s atmosphere, changes in the Earth’s reflective properties, geoengineering/weather modification (HAARP), captured greenhouse gases and pollution, continuous logging (deforestation), desertion and environmentalization.

What can I do?

To see huge changes, it is necessary to strive for global cooperation. People should put greed and the pursuit of money on the back burner after saving their home, Planet Earth. Oil, gas and other minerals will eventually run out, but the degradation of the earth will always be. Someone can do enough to change themselves. In addition to obvious and excessive lifestyle changes such as recycling, etc., we need to look further. We need to spend time, observe, hear the sounds of nature and rejoice in the splendor and beauty of the earth. If we take the time to truly get to know our planet, we are more likely to take a more committed approach and dedication to its salvation. After all, no one cares about the problems the world is facing today in their office on the 27th floor in the middle of the concrete jungle, how could they? We need to spend time learning from our indigenous people, who lead a less intensive lifestyle than most others. The game of the guilty is over. Proponents of global warming accuse people of destroying our planets for too long.