Tuesday, July 02, 2019

Thoughts about theories concerning our future

This is an answer to a question about Valentina Zharkova's newest paper in a group on FB:
Well in its past Mother Earth had times that were much hotter and times that were much colder than those we are living in right now. Valentina Zharkova, in terms of solar cycles, says what has always been true for me: there's no need for menkind to intervene, Mother Earth is
a living organism and will care about herself. She will survive whatever we are doing to her. Not even all the poisons we are producing can stop her. Her natural cycles will decimate all those that do not live according to her rules, no matter what our governments do or say. So first the average temperatures will very likely fall considering the number of sunspots and then raise again. Like she said: grapes were grown in Scotland in the past and very likely they will be grown there again in the future.
Another relevant point we should not forget, which is also an incalculable variable, is the potential of a pole shift. If you look at the the old scriptures, there is a description of what happens during such times. It is likely that we are living in such times, but then again: we cannot be sure about this.
In the end: we can ONLY look at potential scenarios about what could be coming along in the future and we can ONLY adapt to the situations coming along step by step. ALL potential scenarios are theories and we will see what is going to become a fact.
Considering all this, when it comes to farming, makes one thing clear: small scale farming, self sufficiency up to a certain point or complete, knowing how to grow food and solve many other daily problems are a MUST for everyone. Our grandparents still were able to do this.
The bigger the fields the worse the situation is, since agriculture on a dinosaur scale very likely will not be able to survive, due its being like dinosaur: not being able to adapt easily to new situations.
Our future is still to be written - in one or another way. Take care and stay safe :-)

Read the abstract by Valentina Zharkova et al on nature.com

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