ZetaTalk: New Climate
Note: written on Dec 15, 1995. Planet X and the 12th Planet are one and the same.
Overall, the Earth's climate remains much as it is today, throughout and after the cataclysms. Initially, just after the pole shift, the local climate at any given point on
the Earth will be a result of several factors.
- Previous climate, as for instance on a former polar ice cap, will have either a warming or cooling influence. This will only be extreme where ice packs linger
or the ground is deeply frozen. Elsewhere warming or cooling to temperatures appropriate to the new longitude occur within days.
- Placement on the day or night side of the Earth, when rotation stops for days preceding the pole shift, and slowly begins again after the 12th Planet passes.
Again, this effect dissipates within days.
- Volcanic activity and the roiling of the Earth's core, which continue for some decades after a pole shift, just as they do during the decade preceding a pole
shift. The 12th Planet lingers nearby, during its turnaround, and makes a second pass a few years later. During this period the core of the Earth is not settled.
Overall, this activity has a slight warming influence, a few degrees at most depending on location.
A dense cloud cover that lasts for decades, resulting from the volcanic activity and loss of atmosphere due to the stripping away that occurred during lashing by the
comet's tail. The dust filled clouds are low to the ground, and create a constant gloom. Rain occurs almost continuously. Where sunlight cannot penetrate and
seldom manages to peek through this dense cloud cover, it does warm the Earth's atmosphere and thus its warming influence is not lost on the Earth. Less warmth
from sunlight, but warm wet air.
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