Already the magnetic poles are being displaced increasingly. Thus today the magnetic pole is already displaced into the Canadian Ice Sea, while also the south pole has been dislocated, and moves in the direction of South America. By the time of the third millenium, in about 1, years, the migration of the poles will be in South America, while the north pole will have moved to Saudi Arabia. The calculated location of the north pole in the year 3, resulted in a location point between Jidda, on the Red sea and Mecca.
Pacific decadal oscillation to The ocean and atmosphere can work together to spontaneously generate internal climate variability that can persist for years to decades at a time.
Due to the long timescales of this circulation, ocean temperature at depth is still adjusting to effects of the Little Ice Age  which occurred between the and s. A schematic of modern thermohaline circulation.
Tens of millions of years ago, continental-plate movement formed a land-free gap around Antarctica, allowing the formation of the ACCwhich keeps warm waters away from Antarctica. Life Life affects climate through its role in the carbon and water cycles and through such mechanisms as albedoevapotranspirationcloud formationand weathering.
Variations in CO2temperature and dust from the Vostok ice core over the lastyears Human influences Main article: Global warming In the context of climate variation, anthropogenic factors are human activities which affect the climate. The scientific consensus on climate change is "that climate is changing and that these changes are in large part caused by human activities,"  and it "is largely irreversible".
While much remains to be learned, the core phenomenon, scientific questions, and hypotheses have been examined thoroughly and have stood firm in the face of serious scientific debate and careful evaluation of alternative explanations. This is due to emissions from fossil fuel combustion, followed by aerosols particulate matter in the atmosphereand the CO2 released by cement manufacture.
There is very little change to the area-averaged annually averaged sunshine; but there can be strong changes in the geographical and seasonal distribution. Combined together, these produce Milankovitch cycles which affect climate and are notable for their correlation to glacial and interglacial periods their correlation with the advance and retreat of the Sahara and for their appearance in the stratigraphic record.
Upon seawater temperature change, the solubility of CO2 in the oceans changed, as well as other factors affecting air-sea CO2 exchange. The period of extraordinarily few sunspots in the late 17th century was the Maunder minimum.
The Sun is the predominant source of energy input to the Earth. Both long- and short-term variations in solar intensity are known to affect global climate. However, there is evidence for the presence of water on the early Earth, in the Hadean   and Archean   eons, leading to what is known as the faint young Sun paradox.
The Great Oxygenation Event —oxygenation of the atmosphere around 2.
Values since not shown. Solar output varies on shorter time scales, including the year solar cycle  and longer-term modulations.
Some studies point toward solar radiation increases from cyclical sunspot activity affecting global warming, and climate may be influenced by the sum of all effects solar variation, anthropogenic radiative forcingsetc.
The next step is to find more about these trace vapours, including whether they are of natural or human origin. The eruption of Mount Pinatubo inthe second largest terrestrial eruption of the 20th century, affected the climate substantially, subsequently global temperatures decreased by about 0.
In climate modelling the aim is to study the physical mechanisms and feedbacks of volcanic forcing. The US Geological Survey estimates are that volcanic emissions are at a much lower level than the effects of current human activities, which generate — times the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by volcanoes.
The annual amount put out by human activities may be greater than the amount released by supererruptionsthe most recent of which was the Toba eruption in Indonesia 74, years ago.
Plate tectonics Over the course of millions of years, the motion of tectonic plates reconfigures global land and ocean areas and generates topography.
This can affect both global and local patterns of climate and atmosphere-ocean circulation. The locations of the seas are important in controlling the transfer of heat and moisture across the globe, and therefore, in determining global climate.
A recent example of tectonic control on ocean circulation is the formation of the Isthmus of Panama about 5 million years ago, which shut off direct mixing between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. This strongly affected the ocean dynamics of what is now the Gulf Stream and may have led to Northern Hemisphere ice cover.
Because of the stabilizing effect of the oceans on temperature, yearly temperature variations are generally lower in coastal areas than they are inland.
A larger supercontinent will therefore have more area in which climate is strongly seasonal than will several smaller continents or islands. Other mechanisms The Earth receives an influx of ionized particles known as cosmic rays from a variety of external sources, including the Sun.
A hypothesis holds that an increase in the cosmic ray flux would increase the ionization in the atmosphere, leading to greater cloud cover. This, in turn, would tend to cool the surface. The latter can increase the flux of high-energy cosmic rays coming from the Virgo cluster. The recovery time for this event took more than 30 years.
Arctic temperature anomalies over a year period as estimated by NASA. Typical high monthly variance can be seen, while longer-term averages highlight trends. Evidence for climatic change is taken from a variety of sources that can be used to reconstruct past climates.
Reasonably complete global records of surface temperature are available beginning from the mid-late 19th century. For earlier periods, most of the evidence is indirect—climatic changes are inferred from changes in proxiesindicators that reflect climate, such as vegetationice cores dendrochronologysea level changeand glacial geology.
Temperature surface and oceans The instrumental temperature record from surface stations was supplemented by radiosonde balloonsextensive atmospheric monitoring by the midth century, and, from the s on, with global satellite data as well.
Taking the record as a whole, most of the 20th century had been unprecedentedly warm, while the 19th and 17th centuries were quite cool.Feb 21, · Willie Soon, a prominent global warming skeptic, says "no amount of money can influence what I say or do or research or write." It appears that he's a liar.
CO₂ levels above ppm have not been observed in the Earth’s climate record since the Pliocene, million years ago, when sea level was about 25 metres higher than at present.
Scott Wing examines a fossil in the Bighorn Basin, where scientists seek evidence of million-year-old climate catastrophe. (Laura Soul). Dec 15, · Since , human burning of fossil fuels emitted an average of 3 petagrams per year -- even closer to the rate million years ago.
Official Contact Report 35, Tuesday September 16, Ptaah: Already the magnetic poles are being displaced monstermanfilm.com today the magnetic pole is already displaced into the Canadian Ice Sea, while also the south pole has been dislocated, and moves in the direction of South monstermanfilm.com the time of the third millenium, in about 1, years, .
Another stretch of Earth history that scientists count among the planet’s warmest occurred about million years ago.
The episode is known as the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM). Stretching from about million years ago, the Paleocene and Eocene were the first geologic epochs following the end of the Mesozoic Era.