Why a Stalled Gulf Current Means Stocking Up on Survival Supplies
They’ve had several inches of snow in London, which is rare. Transportation in England and other countries has been snarled, putting the bite on the economy. In places, supermarkets can’t keep their shelves stocked because trucks can’t get through.
If that doesn’t make the case for having storage food and winter survival supplies on hand, what does?
But this may be just the beginning. The Web site of Your Own World USA reported back in August that an Italian theoretical physicist, Dr. Gianluigi Zangari, says oceanographic satellite data shows that the Gulf Loop Current is no longer circulating as it should.
It appears the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico has caused the Gulf Loop Current to stall, and it’s not certain how, when, or if it will restart..
This warm water loop meets up with the current that normally circulates from the gulf, up the east coast and around to Europe. If it’s not functioning properly, climate throughout the world will be adversely affected.
While no one knows for sure what will happen, some predict another ice age. Crop failures and food shortages could start as early as this coming year.
If Zangari is correct, climate change is virtually assured. The debate concerning global warming and climate change is sure to continue, but it won’t likely be blamed on what’s happened in the Gulf.
Some will say it’s pointless to bring this up because you and I can’t do anything about it. I believe it’s important to be aware and have a clear head about such things, at least as much as that’s possible.
The only reasonable solution for each of us is to brace for unusual climate changes. Any of the companies you see on this page and in the Prep Mart will be glad to help you stock up on supplies and storage food. You can’t blame BP, the government or anyone else if you aren’t ready to survive the coming changes.