When I began this journey to better understand climate change, I didn't envision several of the subjects that I describe herein. For the most part it's an assemblance of research, theory and data reporting of others sprinkled with my opinions. You should reach your own conclusions.
Earth has a very complex electromagnetic system that performs an energy balancing act to support its resident life forms. Earth likely started as a star with a nuclear fusion reactor core. It's energy intertwines with all life forms.
Component materials inside the Earth are not equally distributed. Earth's core is a mixture of iron and nickel with a net positive charge due to excess protons. A solid inner core is surrounded by a molten outer core.
Earth's energy field appears to fluctuate as it rotates daily into alignment with the Sun. The field is actually stationary. Electromagnetic pulses are perceived on Earth's surface at frequencies that correlate with EEG brain waves. A brain-mind correlation discussion and table are provided.
Electrons are released into Earth's electromagnetic atmospheric field from hydroxide molecules in it's mantle, volcanoes, metabolic processes of lifeforms, and charged particles in Earth's ionosphere. Lightning returns electrons to Earth's surface 24 hours a day in 50,000 degree F electron recycling events.
Temperatures at various locations around Earth's surface have been significantly elevated from normal mean temperatures at times throughout history. I discuss changes in Earth's system that effect climate change in this section. It includes an increase in forms of life which have been projecting electrons into the atmosphere.
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