75% of low populated Earth surface had cooled down. The upper atmosphere had cooled down dramatically, but not reported.
Surface temperature cooling area: yellow, green, and blue colored Oceans (+La Niña)- only boat people, purple and white colored Antarctic & Arctic, only have just few scientists and oil&gas companies. Greenland, Siberia are lowly populated, while Iceland, Canada, and Scandinavia, are slightly more populated as well as the countryside of populated countries. timeline, with or without solution will change population migration trend to between the two 30° latitudes.
25% of the Earth densely populated cities are warming.
Warming areas: Contrary to the red colored Oceans (+El Niño), inhabited by just few boat people where evaporated water escapes by the sides allowing more direct sun to heat the surface and too hot, and dry deserts, the grey colored large cities of East Asia, South Asia, Africa, Eurasia, Europe, USA, South America, Southeast Asia, Australia, New-Zealand, and the Islands that host more than 75% of the world population are warming due to concentration and increase energy consumption or heat output on same space through time.
JUNE TO SEPTEMBER
India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand and Indochina's climate is dominated by the water vapor loaded monsoon winds. They blow constantly from June to September. Winds coming from the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Thailand transport lots of sea water evaporation, and absorb more wet air on their way to the Indian subcontinent and Indochina. Once cool down, water vapor condensation occurs, even more during Grand Solar minimum as more cosmic rays ionize water vapor, become much heavier and fall as rain, and nobody alive has the experience. During this period much of India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, and Indochina will receives heaviest rainfall. Heavier rainfalls will be in the northeastern part of India, at the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains, and in South of Laos (actually 3,642mm annual average);
Importance of monsoon or rains
The monsoon (straight line winds) is very important for India, Bangladesh, and ASEAN’s agriculture. It brings rain to normally dry areas so that crops like rice and corn can grow there. When the monsoon does not come or comes too late, much of this region experiences a shortage of crops and food. During strong monsoon or rains, villages, roads, and railway lines are often flooded. In addition to the melting ice from the Himalaya, the Monsoon rains, South Asia including Myanmar and part of Thailand receive extra rainfalls from Indian Ocean tropical cyclones (cyclonic winds). Other ASEAN countries receive lots of rainfalls from Western Pacific cyclones, the most intense cyclone system in the world.
OCTOBER TO FEBRUARY
In the Northern Hemisphere autumn and winter time correspondant, the monsoon changes its direction and blows as a dry cool wind from the inner parts of Asia over the Himalaya Mountains to India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, and mountainous Indochina. With less cloud formation, the dry atmosphere and plain surfaces are heated up by intense sun creating drought and unbearable heat condition. The reason people living there don't believe global cooling. In the Himalayas, from October to February, it can get very cold.
MARCH TO JUNE
March to June is dry and hot in the tropics. Temperatures in the desert regions of northwestern India can rise up to 45°C. The South American monsoon system is similar to South, SE Asia monsoon, but of opposite time as Winter in South Hemisphere is Summer in North Hemisphere. This explains regular flooding across Peru, Columbia, and Australia during January to June. South, Southeast and East Asia will also suffer the same type of flooding from August to October during Solar Minimum, Grand Solar Minimum and Ice Age.
Internal Migration from rural areas to megacities
Throughout the Pacific, high population growth has led to migration from smaller outer islands to larger islands. Inlands, people migate from rural areas to towns, especially national capitals. China example, the NWO supported economic success story in the last three decades cannot be separated from its plentiful supply of migrant labour from the rural areas in the hinterland to cities along the coast with plentiful jobs. Dense and diversely populated cities lead to divisions of labour, technological innovations and economic growth. It makes the provision of services such as education and healthcare more efficient, resulting in a more productive and therefore prosperous population. Urban areas offer personal freedom, anonymity and opportunities for socio-economic mobility. Anonymity can lead to alienation and crime. Large population concentrations can result in problems such as congestion, pollution, disturbance, and concentration of heat. At some point, the concentration of people and economic activities place disproportional pressure on the natural environment through the over-exploitation of natural resources and the production waste. This will result in the degradation of the environment at local, national and global level. This is why we are working on beyond sustainable policies to end depopulation and eugenics. Therefore new urbanisation needs to be studied and managed well, with previous positive developments promoted and negative one mitigated. This is not impossible, because new technological innovation and socio-economic improvements are available to be implemented, otherwise many risks will remain unsolvable.
International migration, Ice Age Climate development.
To satisfy demands and shareholders, the water&air supply, - transferring flood to drought, and - balancing hot and cold temperature all year round at ground and at atmosphere level, plan is been conceived as one possible solution to help the collection and distribution segment of the overall Asian continental water&air management problem. In term of water, power, flood control, transportation, recreation and air conditioning of the facilities, more than half of Eurasia nation states will be directly benefited such as Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, China, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Russia and South West Asia countries. Some areas are at the mercy of too much water, too hot air, while others suffer of lack of sufficient supply or too cold air. And in other continent still, the priceless resource falls unused and wasted into the sea and the air. The shortage of water supply and comfort living atmosphere are not a local or regional problem, it is an inter-continental problem.
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