ANTARCTICA (above) / Jan.26, 2017. The Ross Ice Shelf. Look at the indented “hole” up on the right. Is the Ross Ice Shelf disintegrating? It is my considered opinion and conclusion that the radiation ripples I am finding are evidence of intentional melting. However, I am not trained as a scientist and have no way ever to substantiate my observations. Still it would serve and accelerate the Draco/Zeta Invasion Agenda to inundate the coastal cities and create chaos and famine among the Human Angelic Soul group. It is quite possible that the Arctic has already melted, not quite ice free, but enough to alter the ocean currents and bring weather whiplash everywhere. https://go.nasa.gov/2GlKf0N
VSF: The NASA Worldview images of Antarctica are getting very interesting lately. I was not aware that the Ross Ice Shelf, which is larger than the state of California, is being intensely watched for collapse. The New York Times on May 18, 2017 posted a good article about the Ross Ice Shelf (link below), with an excellent map with flowing lines showing animated melting ice flows.
ANTARCTICA (above) / Jan.26, 2017. The Ross Ice Shelf. Close-up of “hole” in the Ross Ice Shelf. Contrast, saturation, etc. maxed. There is a color bar to the left of the “V”. Note the scalar wave ripples along the bottom. https://go.nasa.gov/2GjlDpg
A few excerpts from the 2017 New York Times article:
The acceleration is making some scientists fear that Antarctica’s ice sheet may have entered the early stages of an unstoppable disintegration. Because the collapse of vulnerable parts of the ice sheet could raise the sea level dramatically, the continued existence of the world’s great coastal cities — Miami, New York, Shanghai and many more — is tied to Antarctica’s fate. … A rapid disintegration of Antarctica might, in the worst case, cause the sea to rise so fast that tens of millions of coastal refugees would have to flee inland, potentially straining societies to the breaking point. …
ANTARCTICA (above) / Jan.26, 2017. The Ross Ice Shelf. Note the 25 miles of ‘scalar’ wave ripples on the left. Something is making those waves. Contrast, saturation, etc. maxed. Thus the colors are false. However, you can clearly see the ‘bar’ with its colors. https://go.nasa.gov/2Fj6Ole
Alarmed by the warning signs that parts of the West Antarctic ice sheet are becoming unstable, American and British scientific agencies are joining forces to get better measurements in the main trouble spots. The effort could cost more than $25 million and might not produce clearer answers about the fate of the ice until the early 2020s. …
ANTARCTICA (above) / Jan.26, 2017. This area is above the Ross Ice Shelf.This area is just above the ‘hole’ in the Ross Ice Shelf. I did not adjust the saturation, so these colors are just showing up. I have seen this before, but over water – not over land. The thick gooey line on the left is a glacier. Note the brown color. https://go.nasa.gov/2FiUXE4
The Ross Ice Shelf [red] helps to slow the flow of land ice from Antarctica into the ocean. … scientists have no doubt that large parts of Antarctica will melt into the sea.
But they do not know exactly what the trigger temperature might be, or whether the recent acceleration of the ice means that Earth has already reached it.
animated flow map here:
ANTARCTICA (above) / Jan.26, 2017. This area is above the Ross Ice Shelf. I did max out the saturation etc., but the colors did not change that much. The thick gooey line in the center is apparently a glacier. https://go.nasa.gov/2Fnk1d8
ANTARCTICA (above) / Jan.22, 2017. Note the scalar wave ripples. They must be radiating this area above the Ross Ice Shelf — intermittently?
ANTARCTICA (above) / Jan.26, 2017. The Southern Ocean – a Russian area, with the contrast, etc. maxed. https://go.nasa.gov/2Fir0Uz
ANTARCTICA (above) / Jan.26, 2017. The Southern Ocean – a Russian area, with the contrast, etc. maxed. When I do this ‘max’ thing — there is so much more to see! https://go.nasa.gov/2Fk41bz
ANTARCTICA (above) / Jan.26, 2017. Some exposure of mountain rock, near (east of?) the Ross Ice Shelf, perhaps around McMurdo Station ? https://go.nasa.gov/2GlMXmZ
ANTARCTICA (above) / Jan.26, 2017. The Southern Ocean. South Africa is up there somewhere… https://go.nasa.gov/2FljgkP
ANTARCTICA (above) / Jan.26, 2017. Detail of previous image with contrast, saturation, etc. maxed. Southern Ocean again. South Africa is up there somewhere…
ANTARCTICA (above) / Jan.26, 2017. https://go.nasa.gov/2Fln45u