production will likely cease above the 30th parallel when glaciation conditions
set in and summer sea ice reaches as far south as Los Angeles. This could happen
soon and without warning. Since most of the world's food is grown in the affected
area, large-scale infrastructures for agriculture must be created that are out
of reach of the coming cold climate. Large and rapid fluctuations might be
experienced in the transition zone that could disable a most of the global food
supply almost simultaneously around the world. If mankind enters this zone
unprepared, a huge portion of the world population would be doomed thereby,
since it takes decades to create alternate agricultural infrastructures on the
current time no preparations are being made. The current political climate does
not allow large scale developments to take place, especially in a world asleep
that is dreaming of global warming. Waking up therefore, and beginning the
preparations now, even if we can't see the transition happening yet, becomes a
moral imperative of the highest urgency, because it is simply not morally
justifiable to gamble with the future existence of much of mankind.
chorus of prophets are crying today, who haven't fallen
asleep dreaming, of global warming. Some of the prophet scientists are predicting that the current
interglacial warm climate will last for another 10,000 years, or 1,000 years,
but will it. Other scientists predict that may have still 100 years left,
or 50 years. Given the distant nature of the galactic dynamics that are not
mechanistically predictable, anyone of the predicting prophets might be right,
and their predictions would all accord with statistical perception of some sort that the end
is near, based on historic pattern. Unfortunately, these patterns are not precisely repetitive
as far too many factors enter the scene. Nor is it predictable how fast the
transition will unfold, and how massive the transition fluctuations will become.
Some Greenland ice core samples indicate that large fluctuations have occurred
during the previous transition zone to glaciation conditions.
What is predictable
only, and this with great certainty, is that the global agriculture will take a massive
hit when the Ice Age climate begins to unfold in a big way, and that society
cannot survive without food. Correspondingly massive protective preparations are
therefore called for to be implemented as fast and as efficiently as possible.
This is what an intelligently designed NAWAPA project could enable. And even
this is not even on the agenda as a moral imperative has no weight in the
Large-scale tropical floating agriculture,
that could be a
part of a developing NAWAPA project, would most certainly
save Canada in a big way, as Canada would thereby have a presence established
for its future needs and the infrastructures in operation in the
tropical waters hopefully before its own agriculture becomes disabled by the impending
Ice Age climate, for which the transition may have already begun.
the potential for the near return of the Ice Age, and this actively in the
largest manner possible, therefore becomes a moral issue, because no one can justify
to risk the slightest gambling with the very existence of much of mankind by
delaying what must ultimately be accomplished.
This may be
a hard task to fulfill, but so what? Has it become too expensive for mankind to
remain alive? If we answer no, then we better change the world, and start with
ending the age of empire. In the shadow of empire mankind has no future.
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