Sunday, January 8, 2012

Global Warming prevents Nome fuel delivery.

There is more ice in the Arctic now than there has been in years. The government propaganda machine won't mention this. They have spent billions ferrying scientists around to various parts of the Arctic and Antarctic to prove something that isn't true.

Many other nations have conspired to enslave their people by forcing them to restrict their travel, live in a smaller house, tent, or yurt, drive a smaller car, have fewer children and keep them burning carbon forever. 

FYI: The Antarctic south pole is building ice at the rate of five feet a year. Antarctic research scientists build structures on top of twenty-foot pipe foundation. After five years they have to cut down into the ice to get inside. ---National Geographic

They have been drilling the Greenland ice cap for years and still can't figure out why there is so much ice on Greenland. The reason is that the center of Greenland was the North rotational Pole 12,500 years ago. The reason we are not sitting under a mile of ice right now is because someone tilted Earth 23.5 degrees in relation to the sun to thaw the ice caps back 1,800 miles so they could mine gold.  

Before 12,500 years ago the ice sheet extended down to Georgia and New Orleans. The Pacific Northwest didn't have ice and the redwoods were spared because the rotational pole was in southern Greenland. Check it out in my book. 

My impact data shows this in my book, COSMOLOGICAL ICE AGES. Zecharia Sitchen's translations of ancient Sumerian Scrolls show this. Immanuel Velikovsky's book IN THE BEGINNING talk about this fact.

 Notice how the Ice Age cycle is shorter 400,000 years ago. We are in orbit around something that imparts additional light and heat to Earth every 105,000 years and our orbit period is increasing... To find out what, read my book, COSMOLOGICAL ICE AGES to order go to:

Global Warming prevents fuel delivery…
Photo credit: AP | The Coast Guard Cutter Healy escorts the Russian-flagged tanker Renda 250 miles south of Nome Friday Jan. 6, 2012. The vessels are transiting through ice up to five-feet thick in this area. The 370-foot tanker Renda will have to go through more than 300 miles of sea ice to get to Nome, a city of about 3,500 people on the western Alaska coastline that did not get its last pre-winter fuel delivery because of a massive storm. If the delivery of diesel fuel and unleaded gasoline is not made, the city likely will run short of fuel supplies before another barge delivery can be made in spring. (AP Photo/US Coast Guard - Petty Officer 1st Class Sara Francis)

Russian Tanker Completes Repairs, Resumes Nome Fuel Delivery
January 05, 2012|By Rhonda McBride and Chris Klint | Channel 2 News

A Russian tanker is once again headed for the iced-in port of Nome after taking on all available unleaded gasoline at Dutch Harbor as cargo, then returning there for minor engine repairs.
Vitus Marine LLC, the company that contracted the Renda on behalf of Bonanza Fuel, says the ship was repaired at anchor Wednesday evening, just outside of Dutch Harbor at Broad Bay.
"It was better to have it anchor and have an assist tug along," said Mark Smith, Vitus Marine’s CEO.
According to supply and logistics manager Michail Shestakov, the ship was having problems with an engine exhaust valve that required shutting down the engines. It was determined that it was safer to return to Dutch Harbor to replace the part.
Smith said the part was replaced ahead of schedule, and the Renda departed Dutch Harbor before midnight.
Shestakov told Channel 2 that the Coast Guard icebreaker Healy is traveling about four nautical miles ahead of the Renda, which is forging ahead into strong northerly winds.

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – A Coast Guard icebreaker is cutting a path through icy seas for a Russian tanker carrying much-needed fuel for the iced-in Alaska city of Nome.
The 370-foot ship, hauling more than 1.3 million gallons of fuel, is scheduled to arrive later Monday or Tuesday. It was less than 190 miles away on Saturday.
Video and still photo images released by the Coast Guard show the two vessels moving steadily through ice jammed seas.
"They're navigating through ice right now, taking a direct route for now," said Jason Evans, the CEO of Sitnasuak Native Corp, one of the companies undertaking the delivery. "They considered going through patches where there might be thinner ice, but determined that that would have taken them on a longer route."

The city of about 3,500 people on the western Alaska coastline normally gets fuel by barge. But it didn't get its last pre-winter fuel delivery because of a massive storm and it could run out of crucial supplies before spring.
The Russian tanker came upon ice about a foot thick very early Friday near Nunivak Island, a large island in the eastern Bering Sea, the Coast Guard said.
The tanker is being shepherded by the Healy, the Coast Guard's only functioning icebreaker — a ship of special design with a reinforced hull made to move through ice.
Note the global temperature trend is falling on the graph below.

"It's going basically as planned," Evans said.
If the mission is successful, it will be the first time petroleum products have been delivered by sea to a Western Alaska community in winter.
Sitnasuak officials have said they settled on the Russian tanker delivery plan after determining it would be much less expensive and more practical than flying fuel into Nome. The vessel, which is certified to travel through ice 4 feet thick for long distances, normally delivers fuel to communities in the Russian Far East.

Note that the Ice Age cycle is getting more pronounced (longer ice ages) as our suns's orbit period around Sirius A and B is getting longer. We go out to nine light years and are heading back toward Sirius right now at 7.5 kilometers per second. We will arrive in about 12,000 years. The incoming UV light from Sirius B will double altering all DNA on the surface of Earth because we have lost 98% of our atmosphere--AKA--radiation shield... We come to within 1/10 light year of Sirius A and B. We can calculate the incoming light to Earth from Sirius B  because we know the output and distance. read: COSMOLOGICAL ICE AGES.

Al Gore: take notice how the average temperature dropped back down to the freezing point after the Icelandic Volcano eruptions... You made millions selling bogus carbon credits to big corporations...GW has nothing to do with human release of CO2. CO2 is a trace gas at .033% of our Atmosphere. It is necessary to grow food. Without it humans will die!

Earth started to have ice caps for the first time in 700-million years about 3-million years ago after the Banard's Loop explosion that kicked 3 two-solar-mass stars out of Orion. That is when we lost our tractor beam Sirius B and started making elliptical orbits. Now we go out to 9 light years and Ice Ages last over 105,000 years. Note the beginning of the Ice Age cycle began three-million years ago.\/

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