August 2, 2013
Marshall Burke, professor at the University of California at Berkley (UCB) led a team of scientists in a study that found climate change is linked to violence across the globe.
According to the study, even minor changes in global temperatures are connected to the rise in assaults, rapes and murders; as well as conflicts and wars.
Burke said: “This is a relationship we observe across time and across all major continents around the world. The relationship we find between these climate variables and conflict outcomes are often very large.”
After analyzing 60 previous studies from various nations and data that reflect hundreds of years, the team at UCB concluded that there is a “substantial” correlation between global warming and conflicts.
Researchers pointed out that this is evidenced by domestic violence in India coinciding with droughts; while assaults, rapes and murders are measureable during heat waves in the US.
Burke offers this disclaimer: “We want to be careful, you don’t want to attribute any single event to climate in particular, but there are some really interesting results.”
Causation to these relationships is founded by the researchers because “one of the main mechanisms that seem to be at play is changes in economic conditions. We know that climate affects economic conditions around the world, particularly agrarian parts of the world. And there is lots of evidence that changes in economic conditions affect people’s decisions about whether or not to join a rebellion, for example.”
Solomon Hslang, economist at Princeton University remarked: “When the weather gets bad we tend to be more willing to hurt other people.”
Global averages are projected to have risen to an estimated 3.5 degrees within the next century.
By this estimation, wars in Africa would increase by 40 to 50% with or without global warming.
In fact, another study points out that climate change cannot be blamed for African civil wars.
Hslang asserts that all analyzed data shows clear correlations between climate change and conflicts.
One claim regarded how police officers were more likely to shoot a person if the temperature of the room were elevated.
Climate change has been linked to global food security as the risk of shortened supplies may be palatable. As a variable, climate change is said to “exacerbate food insecurity in areas currently vulnerable to hunger and under nutrition.”
Hslang insists: “This study shows that the value of reducing [greenhouse gas] emissions is actually higher than we previously thought.”
Alarmists have not taken into account that researchers have made a startling correlation between the rise and fall of solar activity and the human consciousness.
Professor Raymond Wheeler of the University of Kansas has come to the same conclusions that Russian scientist Alexander Chizhevsky discovered in 1915.
Solar storms directly cause conflict, wars and even death among humans on Earth.
The sun’s activity, as it interacts with the Earth’s magnetic field, effect extensive changes in human being’s perspectives, moods, emotions and behavioral patterns.
During solar minimums and maximums the geomagnetic fields begin to intensify. The magnetic fields interact with human electrochemically within the brain. It affects psychological mechanisms creating anomalous hormonal swings and significantly mutated brain-wave activity.
Wheeler expanded on Chishevsky’s work by studying violence during 1913; measuring the time between battles and severity. These findings were compared with the sun’s 11 year sunspot cycle.
The results showed that as the sun cycle peaked, there was a rise in human unrest, uprisings, rebellions, revolutions, and wars between nations. As the magnetic fields intensified, the reaction within the human brain was a mixture of deadly emotional tantrums and unadulterated killing sprees.
As Wheeler further compared his findings with human history, he found a startling pattern that could be traced back 2,500 years.
In solar cycle 22, at the sun’s maximum we experienced Iraq invading Kuwait and the US entering the first battle against Saddam Hussein.
Just eleven years later, as the sun became active again, 9/11 and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq ensued.
In the latter half of 2010, the sun reached another peak that affected the Earth’s magnetic field; we witnessed dissent in Tunisia, Egypt and Yemen. Those global uprisings spread to Syria, Libya, Iran and China as riots continued across the European landscape.
This civil unrest has now reached its influence across the modernized world and even into Middle Eastern countries, Africa and Asia.
It is projected, based on Wheeler’s research, as the sun’s activity increases, so will the violence on Earth.
We are now entering the 24th solar cycle.
A surge in solar activity by 50 times more than previously recorded is anticipated. NASA and other space agencies have been warning of this fact.
Through 2011 and onto 2012, the X-flares are expected to endure toward their maximum. As this incredible activity is being witnessed, we are assured that more wars, toppling countries and populations will be displaced.
In 2012 we are seeing these events coming to pass; with only more intensification to come.
Wheeler’s predecessor was a man named Dr. Robert Becker. Becker was an author, expert in biological electricity and a professor with State University.
In 1963, Becker, along with his colleague, Dr. Freedman, discovered that there was a marked correlation between solar activity and psychotic outbreaks of mass insanity on Earth.
Becker and Freedman made their most dire predictions of incredible violence to culminate in the years 2012 and 2013.
So far, history has proven them correct.