Billy on Global WarmingAll the text here can be found at,http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/The_Pleiadian/Plejaren_Contact_ReportsCause of global warming is 50% natural 50% man madeFrom Contact Reprot 221Billy:Today, I once again have a question regarding the things that you explained to me duringthe last conversation. I mean in terms of the coming events of the increasingly frequentfloods, droughts, storms with snow, rain, and hail, as well as the volcanic eruptions,earthquakes, and forest fires, which will be due in part to natural origin and partly tohuman origin, as you said. Now, the question was asked about this: what all is meant bynatural origin and human origin?Quetzal:1. Natural origin is everything that results from the natural course of the planetarymovements, so therefore the natural volcanic eruptions as well as the natural movementsof the sea currents, geomagnetism, the Moon’s influences, like among other things thelow and high tides, the naturally occurring wind currents, and the natural weather conditions as well as forest fires and steppe fires, etc.2. To these natural processes must be added the natural climate changes and glacialchanges, as well as the influences of the Moon, which causes both low and high tides butalso influences the Earth's magnetic fields.3. The Sun also determines a part of the natural weather and climate happenings of theEarth, and also not in the least the purely cosmic influences as well as those of thegalactic central sun and the so-called central black hole of the galaxy, which is named“Milky Way” by the Earth people.4. Thus, seven (7) determining natural factors are to be mentioned, through which allforms of natural weather, sequences of weather conditions, and climate factors arecreated.5. Among the seven factors, the Earth movements are of particular importance, whichinclude the planetary conditions, such as the formation of the interior of the Earth as wellas its surface, like the land, seas, lakes, rivers and streams, like the mountains and valleys,forests, rain forests, fields, prairies, deserts, open lands, concrete supporting structuresthrough roads and buildings and, of course, the heights and depths under and over the sea.6. Also very important are the environmental elements, such as the temperature, air pressure, wind directions and wind speeds, the various precipitations, cloud cover, andthe duration of sunshine.7. The actual local climate results from the diverse interaction of all elements and factorsas well as from the geographical latitude of each respective tract of land and from thelatitude-dependent radiation intensity, to which is also added in each case the typical anddifferent atmospheric circulation that prevails over the seas, large lakes, streams, deserts,
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