Connecting the Dots: from Methane to NTHE

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Everyone wants to know how I connected the dots. Well, not to be cliché, but here is the truth: in 2011 I was heartbroken over the loss of a relationship that I was sure would last forever. In an attempt to numb the pain and focus on something else, I felt drawn to researching climate change. The trigger for this interest in climate change, believe it or not, was actually finding a novelty mug with the map of the Earth in a gift shop in Mill Valley, California.

If you put hot water into the mug, the map of the Earth would melt away, and show the way the coastlines would change when the sea levels rose when the ice caps melted. Funny, right? Haha. 240 feet of potential sea level rise. Let’s just say I’m happy to be in Colorado at a mile high! I love researching ideas and following where they lead – it’s like sleuthing. I should have been a private eye – as a girl I loved all the Nancy Drew Mysteries, and Harriet the Spy and a Wrinkle in Time. So in 2006, having seen the result of 240 feet of sea level rise on the side of a novelty mug, I started researching the melting of the ice caps.

I would stay up until midnight most nights – good thing I work from home managing global IT teams, from India to Eastern Europe, and can go to the office in my pajamas! As part of the New Age community for most of my life, I had always felt, in some unconscious way, that we were living in some kind of pre-apocalyptic halcyon age. Like humanity was an unguided missile on the path to destruction, you might say.

I found the Arctic News and started following it religiously, and kind of became a disciple of Sam Carana, who was so clear and unflinching in his analysis and data, and drawing conclusions from them. In July, 2012 there was a story about a 20 ton tractor in Greenland ….

Connecting the Dots continues here. Jennifer Hynes – About – 2016.

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March of 2014, in Bhutan with Venerable Lama Karma Rinpoche and His Holiness Ngawang Tenzin Rinpoche

 

 

 

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About jenniferhynes99

As a highly trained engineer in technology with an emphasis on large data migration and a deep and abiding interested in spirituality [Buddhism], and having traveled the world, Jennifer brings her broad understanding to rapid climate change and sustainability and spirit. She is deeply concerned and cares deeply for our planet. While not a formally trained climatologist, her Arctic Methane Monster video went gone viral in the last year. As a senior person with plenty of responsibility at a Fortune 100 Corporation, she vowed not to seek to promote her video and yet surely it happened.
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2 Responses to Connecting the Dots: from Methane to NTHE

  1. Great great post Jennifer. thanks! Cath

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  2. jwlpeace says:

    Hi! I am also a subscriber to Speaking Truth to Power and have my own blogs which deal heavily with the Arctic Methane releases. I highly encourage you to research “Geoengineering”,and especially the website: geoengineeringwatch.org.
    Bottom line is one cannot talk about the Arctic, Methane, Climate Change,etc. unless they factor in Geongineering, which is actively attempting, and failing miserably to all our detriments, to “re-Arctify” with snow nucleation, the Arctic and Siberia.
    Here is a vid/doc i did recently

    And other articles of mine on Geoengineering and the Arctic.
    http://tabublog.com/2014/01/20/chemtrail-geoengineering-who-is-playing-god-with-our-lives-and-the-planet-since-1966/
    http://tabublog.com/2014/02/15/why-all-the-global-weather-chaos-look-up/

    Mr. McPherson will not address Geoengineering. Carolyn, is aware but believes it makes no difference to climate destruction, which is unfortunate, since even basic research shows how destructive and manipulative GE is.

    Keep connecting dots…I was a Wall Street analyst for 22 years and did not “wake up” until I left and started doing my own re-searching.

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