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Gulf Of Mexico: Loop Current Has Disconnected Since Oil Disaster

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July 22, 2010: Edited by TTR / Socio-Economics History Blog and – July 22, 2010

The Tonka Report: Anyone who has any understanding of science and history, and has any modicum of rational thought remaining, knows that a drop in global temperatures would be far more devastating than any increase could ever be.

If indeed, as these satellite maps appear to indicate, the Gulf of Mexico Loop Current has been disconnected, the ramifications will be disastrous. Crops will fail, starvation will prevail, and millions, possibly billions of people around the globe will ultimately perish.

Is this the endgame this false flag disaster was intended to accomplish in order to fulfill the elite’s Agenda 21 depopulation goals? Either way, this latest development carries with it the possibilty of absolute catastrophic consequences for humanity and all life on this Earth as we once knew it… – SJH   

Socio-Economics History Blog: Factual satellite images in the past several weeks are showing that the Gulf of Mexico Loop Current is broken and may cease to function entirely. This will result in massive climate changes and possibly an ice age for Europe. Is major trouble brewing? Is more freakish weather on its way?


Abstract: BP Oil Spill May Cause Irreparable Damage To The Gulf Stream Global Climate Thermo-Regulation Activity

The Gulf Stream importance in the global climate thermo-regulation processes is well assessed. The latest real time satellite data maps of May-June 2010 processed by CCAR (Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research), checked at Frascati Laboratories by the means of the SHT congruent calculus and compared with past year’s data, show for the first time, direct evidence of the rapid breaking of the Loop Current – a warm ocean current and a crucial part of the Gulf Stream. As displayed both by the sea surface velocity maps and the sea surface height maps, the Loop Current broke down for the first time around May 18 [2010] and generated a clock-wise eddy, which is still active. See figure 1 [April 22 – June 9, 2010]

Figure 1: Real Time Satellite Data Maps Real time sea surface height maps (above) and sea surface velocity maps (below) starting from April 22 until June 9, 2010. Processed by CCAR1/CCAR2 and checked at LNF (Frascati) by SHT Calculus 3. The star indicates the site of the BP platform Deepwater Horizon. The yellow arrow indicates the breaking of the Gulf of Mexico Loop Current stream.

The situation has deteriorated up to the point in which the eddy has detached itself from the main Loop Current stream, therefore completely destroying the Gulf of Mexico Loop Current. See figure 2 [June 12, 2010]

Figure 2: Real Time Satellite Data Maps [updated] – Real time sea surface height map (left) and sea surface velocity map (right) updated on June 12, 2010. Processed by CCAR1/CCAR2 and checked at LNF (Frascati) by SHT Calculus 3. The star indicates the site of the BP platform Deepwater Horizon. The yellow arrow indicates the breaking of the Gulf of Mexico Loop Current stream.

Since comparative analysis with past satellite data up until May 2010 did not show relevant anomalies, it might therefore be plausible to correlate the breaking of the Loop Current with the bio-chemical [oil, gas, methane, dispersants] and the physical action of the BP oil disaster on the Gulf Stream. It is reasonable then to foresee the threat that the breaking of a crucial warm stream as is the Loop Current, may generate a chain reaction of unpredictable critical phenomena and instabilities due to strong non-linearities which may have serious consequences on the dynamics of the Gulf Stream thermo-regulation activity of the Global Climate. As you can see from the images below, the Gulf Stream appears to be breaking up. There are animations you can look at that go back a long way and give a good perspective on the last image. If our previous observations are anything to go by, the northern hemisphere is in for some wild weather.

Current status of the Gulf Stream: Relative Gulf Stream velocity fields are derived from near real time data from the radar altimeters of the satellites Envisat, Jason-1, and Jason-2. This page presents four maps of current velocities of the Gulf Stream in the vicinity of the East Coast of North America. Velocities are represented in meters per second. To get the approximate velocity in knots you have to multiply by 2 (1.9438445 to be precise). The maps represent the situations on four different days, each separated by one week from the next…

Gulf Stream velocities four weeks ago: June 23, 2010

Gulf Stream velocities three weeks ago: June 30, 2010

Gulf Stream velocities two weeks ago: July 7, 2010

Gulf Stream velocities one week ago: July 14, 2010

Miami Herald: NOAA Research Ship Will Explore Loop Current – July 2, 2010

The Tonka Report Editor’s Note: If the Loop Current has in fact been broken, not only will this affect the weather patterns worldwide, but the massive amounts of oil, gas, methane and dispersants will be trapped in the Gulf of Mexico indefinitely. God help us all in the coming years– SJH 

Links to both original articles below…  

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