Here we go with another one of those fool liberal ideas that no one dares question because it was dreamed up by some brilliant, all knowing, all wise, highly educated, grossly over paid expert with a dozen PhDs from the right university. Of course, I am talking about the concept that global warming is being caused by us humans generating too much energy from burning fossil fuels. It sounds really great to the simple mind but, if you investigate it just a little, you realize that it is just one more piece of great sounding liberal crap.
If you study history and anthropology, you find out that there really is global warming but it is not a recent occurrence and has little, if anything, to do with the burning of fossil fuels. For a long time, they have been trying to find really great and ancient civilizations because they assumed they had to be in moist climates with plenty of surface water. After all, these great civilizations were agrarian civilizations which depended heavily on farming and requires large amounts of surface water.
What they have been finding over the last few decades is that where these great agrarian societies used to be is so dry today that a goat herder couldn't live there today. Over two thousand years ago, Alexander the Great wrote of great farm communities south of today's Cairo where tens to hundreds of thousands of people lived with vast farms and orchards and beautiful streams and lakes. For centuries, the European explorers couldn't find these paradises so they became known as myths and legends along with many other former and great civilizations they couldn't find.
Just a few years ago, they accidentally discovered some of the cities Alexander wrote about in the parched Egyptian desert covered by sand dunes with absolutely no surface water around for miles. They have found vast ruins with enough burial sites to show that the area had been heavily inhabited for thousands of years.
Over the last few decades, the anthropologists have learned to venture out into today's desert waste lands to look for the really great civilizations of the past and have been finding their ruins in super harsh deserts where there is nothing left but dirt, rocks, and sand with no significant surface water and, in many cases, no surface water at all.
And it isn't just in North Africa and the Middle East that this is true. Increasingly, they have been finding the ruins of large civilizations in deserts throughout parts of Asia and in the Southwest US, there are literally thousands of ancient American Indian ruins in areas where there is not enough surface water for a single family to survive, much less the civilizations which built those ruins.
A great example for the latter is Chaco Canyon in north central New Mexico, USA, where from hundreds to possibly a few thousand American Indians lived for hundreds of years building a complex of 13 very advanced pueblos or cities within just one to two square miles. Their civilization was so advanced that they regularly traded with other civilizations from hundreds to thousands of miles away. Today, you couldn't grow a bean farm for one family with the available surface water because, except when it rains, there isn't any.
So what is causing all of this? Simple, our continents are drying up. In other words, the water is draining and evaporating from large parts of our continents faster than the weather is replenishing it. The old idea that the weather is replenishing the land water as fast as the water is draining and evaporating off is based on evolutionary theory and is wrong and obsolete.
Evolution requires that, for today's continents to have the water resources they have, the weather must have caused those resources to develop because the weather is placing water on our continents as fast and, at one time, faster than it has been draining off and evaporating. Why, it couldn't be possible that our continents were submerged under the ocean waters in a global flood and the water has been draining off faster than our weather has been replenishing it.
But recent discoveries in history and anthropology prove the evolution model to be wrong and the creation/flood model to be right. As long as our scientist continue to use the evolution model, they can't determine the real cause for our global warming and will come up with solutions which won't work. This is extremely significant because, if we don't come up with the right solution soon enough, we won't have time to save our planet. Oops, that means the evolutionists must admit their evolutionary fairy tale is wrong or we all die.
Further proof of my hypothesis are ancient coastal communities they have been finding submerged just past our current coast lines. These communities show that the ocean waters have been rising for thousands of years and have destroyed very large and advanced coastal communities from our past.
So how is our problem of continental drying causing global warming? It all has to do with vegetation and sun light. When sun light hits a plant, it causes a process which we call photosynthesis where the energy from the sun light creates oxygen for us to breath, water for us to drink, and is stored as sugar for plants and animals to use. When the same sun light hits the soil, all of its energy turns into heat and is radiated back into the atmosphere, carried away by running surface water such as rain fall, is carried away to other areas by our winds, and diffuses down into the soil towards the earth's crust. All of this warms our planet increasing its average temperature.
Therefore, the less vegetation you have on the planet, the more sunlight is being turned into heat and the warmer the planet becomes. This is very critical because warmer and dryer winds dry out other land areas faster decreasing the vegetation on those land areas. Less humidity in the air also reflects less sun light back out into space so that more sun light strikes the earth and more heat is generated.
The warmer waters draining from out continents into the seas and oceans along with warmer winds blowing across those seas and oceans increases the temperature of those bodies of water, which increases things like devastating storm activity in other areas. Warmer oceans and continents also diffuse more heat to our planet crusts causing them to expand increasing seismic and volcanic activity which can also increase the number of Tsunamis.
I hope that you have noticed that this process has a snowball effect and our snowball is already getting out of control. We have been watching the major deserts around the world grow very quickly for over half a century, especially the Sarah Desert growing south into Africa. With less water you have less vegetation, with less vegetation you have more heat, with more heat you have faster drying and less water.
Just take a look at any satellite picture of the earth showing heat and you will see that our deserts are the warmest spots on the planet by far. More heat is being generated by just one of the top four or five deserts than by all of our cities combined. Will decreasing fossil fuel consumption have any significant effect on the global warming other than to prove once again that the fool liberals are clue less, can dream up really stupid ideas, and wage political war in support of stupid ideas? No.
The truth is that you can do more to decrease global warming by just reducing the average temperature for the Sarah Desert by one or two degrees than if we humans completely quit using fossil fuels and returned to the cave. In other words, this fool liberal global movement to fight global warming is complete brain dead, stupidity....again. One thing about the liberals, they really are consistently stupid. We really do need to pass a law against liberals thinking. In this case, it may cause the destruction of all life on earth. You can't get much more dangerous than that.
So, how would you start working to resolve this problem? Easy, cool the deserts and get some vegetation growing on them as soon as possible. But the method is much more complex than that. You have to use the prevailing trade winds in relation to the deserts to get the best results as quickly as possible and it will be extremely expensive.
Let's take the Sarah Desert for example where the prevailing trade winds blow from west to east. The first thing we need to do is identify strings of water sheds that run north to south so that the prevailing trade winds will cut across these water sheds, starting on the west side of the Sarah Desert and moving east. These water sheds need to be about 100 to 200 miles apart east to west to start with. Later we will come back and do the same with water sheds between these water sheds to cover more land and cool the earth more.
Then we build desalination plants along the coast near these water sheds and pipe water to the tops or ridges of the water sheds. Next, we use sprinkler systems to disperse the water along the tops of the ridges of the water sheds so that it will run down the faces of the hills towards the dry stream beds, down the stream beds to dry river beds, and back out towards the sea. We need to use sprinklers because we also want plenty of water to evaporate into the air cooling it and increasing the humidity.
This will do a number of things. First, it will increase the moisture in the desert soil so that it will develop water tables and water will begin to run in the streams. This water will increase the amount of vegetation in the area and decrease the amount of heat being generated by sun light cooling the watered area and all areas down wind of the watered area. As more available water evaporates, it will cool the air and reflect more sun light back out into space cooling the area even more. Cooler and more humid air will have less of a heating effect on areas down wind and will reflect more sun light back into space in those areas cooling areas we won't be watering yet. cooler and more humid air will also have less of a warming effect on our seas and oceans.
Rain water running off of cooler soil will decrease the heating effect on our oceans and our planet crusts which will decrease catastrophic storm activities for other areas and seismic activity for the entire planet. Also, returning more ocean water to the surface and aquifers of our continents will lower the sea levels providing more usable land for us to farm and build on.
With cooler desert areas and increasing vegetation, less water will evaporate from our deserts increasing the amount of surface water even more and increasing the amount of vegetation and animal life by huge amounts because deserts currently take up more than 20% of our land surface. Populations will be able to spread out and there will be less competition for existing land areas.
This strategy has to be done in steps with the first step being to begin slowing the rate at which our global warming is increasing. We need to focus on that until we have brought it to a point to where the temperature is not increasing any more and is reasonably stable. While we are doing this, we need to come to a global consensus of just how cool we want to cool our planet down to. If we cool it down too much, we will begin to have devastatingly harsh winters in large populated areas and even cause an ice age to set in.
Then we begin cooling the planet down to a point which will be most beneficial for all countries or the planet as a whole. We need to gradually bring the temperature down because there may be a lag effect in which the planet will continue cooling after we stop increasing our efforts to cool it off more. We may even want to stop cooling the planet once or twice before we reach our targeted temperatures to see if there is a lag effect.
Once we get our planet temperature down to where we want it, we just use daily management to maintain that temperature. Following this, we should expect regular but more subtle fluctuations in temperature and weather.
We need to start working on this as soon as possible because, if the planet reaches a point to where it is warming faster than our technology can possibly stop or reverse this warming trend, then our planet is lost and all life will cease to exist on this planet within a relatively short period of time. We will need to start with the largest and hottest deserts because cooling them will have the greatest benefit in the least time.
Mean while, we really do need to pass a law making it illegal for liberals to think. It is extremely dangerous.