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Old 03-23-2010, 04:05 AM   #1
gscraig
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Default Scientists Confirm Unexpected Gulf Stream Slowing

Hello All,

I found and posted this 2005 article on the Earth Changes-2010 thread, but felt it significant enough to post separately.
What stood out for me which further prompted this posting was the following statements from the article; "The weakening of the Gulf Stream is destabilizing currents worldwide, and will lead to radical climate changes in other areas. The nature of these changes is not known, and the current US administration has blocked US environmental agencies from studying the phenomenon, so the severity of its effect in this country is not under study".

The other part of interest was this; "So far, the only other media outlet that has picked up this story is the Sunday Times of Great Britain, and they have not provided the true perspective, or discussed the scale of the changes that are on their way. For the Times story, click here"

http://www.unknowncountry.com/news/?id=4595
May 2005


Best Regards,
gscraig
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