Piers Corbyn on the myth of man-made global warming

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The recent Electric Universe conference in Albuquerque New Mexico featured investigators from wide ranging disciplines, who had come to a common conclusion. The key to understanding so-called climate change is the electromagnetic connection between Earth and the Sun.

One of the most powerful of these voices is Piers Corbyn, who has received international acclaim for the accuracy of his long-range forecasts. Although we hear daily of a scientific consensus to the contrary, what does Piers make of mankind's alleged role in affecting the climate on Earth?

Featured image: Supercell near Booker, Texas – Author: Mike Olbinski

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7 Comments

  1. I'm curious…With the north and south magnetic poles moving at an accelerated rate (switching places), why isn't this included into consideration for climate changing?

  2. A MILLION YEARS AGO THERE WAS NO GREEN HOUSE GASES. BUT TERE WAS ICE AGE. THE ICE MLTED SOMETIME AND WAS IN THE POLAR REGIONS. THIS COULD HAVE HAPPENED ONLY IF THE EARTH CHANGED ITS AXIS TO THE PLANE OF THE ECLIPTIC. THE SAME MUST BE HAPPENING NOW.

  3. Global Field Effects

    HiPsiFi: The brain is affected by geomagnetic fields. Fluctuating geomagnetic effects can lead to increased liminality and anomalous experiences by perturbing the human mindbody. Liminality is a dissociative weakening of the threshold between our rational and irrational minds and is relevant to paranormal experience, both "life-potentiating" and "life depotentiating."

    Field effects include "creative" and "toxic" hallucinations and temporal lobe microseizures [Krippner and Persinger]. Liminality is mediated by the temporal lobes and modulated by fields. These experiences may changes one's beliefs or worldview. Weird, strange, ambiguous or supernatural events are assigned a high reality value. This is not to say all strange events are reduced to field effects. Some things remain mysteries.

    Transliminality is a consciousness variable. Regardless of their initiating source, transliminal excursions are like brief trips to the Land of Oz. Transliminality is related to ungated temporal lobe functioning which conditions mystical, religious and "high weirdness" events. Those with higher transliminality, an index of neurological interconnectedness, will experience more perceptual anomalies. (Thalbourne, 2002)

    Tiny magnetic field fluctuations can have dramatic effects. Some fluctuations are sudden and unexpected. If the GMF should destabilize, scientists tell us magnetic fields of flux both entering and flowing from the Earth would become much more randomized. That is not to say it will happen in our lifetimes, but that it can happen and surely will at some point in the future.

    As Earth’s local and global fields continue to weaken, can we expect more reports of strange psychophysical phenomena emerging at an increasing rate? Known effects of geomagnetic pulsation include synesthesia, anomalous cognition and [lucid] dreams, psi events, and paranormal phenomena as well as heart attack, depression and suicidal tendencies.

    Can ambient magnetic fields lead to disregulation of the mindbody creating magnetic hallucinations? Is our sanity at risk as the Earth’s field fluctuates more and more? Is Earth driving us crazy?

  4. There ’s no doubt that the current theory of global warming and climate change is a myth. But at the same time there ’s no doubt in my mind that Mr. Corbyn is only touching the surface of the truth. I will write an article explaining why he is only touching the surface of the truth not the heart of the truth. The electric Universe people like the mainstream scientists are missing the fundamental issue which is the mother of all crisis in physics. The The electric Universe people say ”The key to understanding so-called climate change is the electromagnetic connection between Earth and the Sun”. This is of course true but the devil is in the details. The change of the orbits angle of the Earth axis is connected to the Sun’s magnetic field. Over thousands of years the Sun’ magnetic field increases and decreases in the intensity. Climate change, global warming and geological activity are directly linked to the increasing intensity of the Sun’s magnetic field and the heat increase at the Earth’s core. Why do so many volcanoes erupt at the same time throughout Earth’s history? And why do the number of high energy particles (cosmic rays) increases in the Magnetosphere and the Heliosphere?

  5. Nicely laid out information. Let's get back to comman sense and turn away from the propaganda one sided view of things you hear from the lame stream media these day's. We should prepare for food shortages in the coming years with are shorter growing seasons to come due to lack of solar output. I hope to see more articles from Piers Corbyn in the future.

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