July 12, 2018

Deeper Look – Episode 58 (2018)

Ice Age Trigger: http://www.whoi.edu/news-release/following-the-fresh-water

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  • Scott Jerzyk

    Very well laid out and reasoned presentation, Ben. Thanks!

  • Backcast

    Interesting bordering on chilling report.. Forams have been around for at least the entire Phanerozoic eon and are invaluable in determining past Earth conditions. To their credit they’ve never been known to lie.

  • Terese Nehrbauer

    Thanks for your clear analysis and update.

  • octahedron

    Thanks for your clarity Ben


    Thanks Ben,

  • Caroline5765

    We are in for some serious transitional events. Thank you for the deeper look.

  • Laura2fly

    Always learning, thank you

  • daniel

    Thank you Ben!

  • j conover

    Frankly, rather serious especially if the “fresh water increase” was because of a Beaufort Gyre collapses. I am not sure the Northern Hemisphere is ready for the amount of water that will flood into the Northern Atlantic–or at least the results of that. However, we may already be seeing a partial effect as there is an increase, it seems, in the current flow from Greenland around Cape Hatteras. Right now, minimal, but increased by at least 1/2 -1 knot from the North since 18 months ago. This is all being reviewed by local researchers to see if an anomoly. But its being noticed by boaters rounding the cape heading North to New England. And as SuspiciousObservers notes, Woods Hole is taking a yearly looksee, thinking it may have reverses since 2017; it may not start out as a fast flow.

  • RebeccasArt

    Thank you, Ben, I will be listening to these vid podcasts as well.

  • hack

    Thank you Ben, it’s comforting to hear a true voice of reason concerning subjects as grave as this. I cut the cable long ago to avoid the irritation of social engineers spewing the blather read from scripts handed down from the dark master. We may be currently unable to solve problems of this magnitude but the efforts to understand them made by people like you are the necessary first steps to possibly keeping humanity viable on Earth.

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