WASHINGTON, March 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Discover the timely missing puzzle pieces to everything on astronomy and climate change that NASA, National Geographic, the Discovery Channel, and National Academy of Science never told you, because they never knew of this first-time-ever-released discovery of the century!
Manhin Look-Yat, author of the timely book release TRUE PLANETARY MOTIONS AND RHYTHMIC CLIMATIC CHANGES, sat on a time bomb of astronomical discovery for over 30 years. Upon his passing in 1996, he left volumes on his discovery of true planetary motions and rhythmic climatic changes. He wrote in his notes expressing his concern that it would not take another 5,000 to 6,000 years after mankind crawls out of the next ice-age to revise the laws on planetary motions and the role of the Sun specifically on cyclical climatic changes. Mankind is still faced with the unanswered questions to the missing puzzle pieces of cyclical climatic changes, ice-ages, hot spells, extinction of species, pole reversals, and crucially, the current debate of global cooling masked by the recent Climategate cover-ups.
This is the dawn of a new age for mankind as this discovery will enable science to forecast weather conditions thousands of years into the future! Man can still only make predictions for just days at a time; this truly is the discovery of the century! His discovery will change forever the annals of Astronomy by the revision of the laws of Kepler - making them obsolete! This newly discovered projection shows precise calculations of rhythms in climate as a new guideline for survival for humanity.
On his projection time clock mankind now stands in 2010 at 6:30 - a point just nearly 6,000 years since the time of the Egyptian astronomers and just one thousand years away from our next ice-age. Mankind is in the full force of these climatic changes that coincide with the coming ice-age. They are hot spells, population explosions, catastrophic weather and geographic phenomena, rising oceans, and in the past cycles such as this, perishing of countless species and humans. This is parallel to the Mayan observations, except they too did not move with the climatic changes and perished, leaving their belongings behind. His warning is clear that mankind must take heed in knowing where to migrate on Earth and ultimately into the galaxy. He instructs that it is already too late to move to Mars in its own ice-age - Venus is our next best bet. This knowledge can save nations of the Earth countless trillions of dollars wasted in wrong directions in space explorations if they knew the effects of cyclical climatic changes in our galaxy.
About the author: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Manhin_Look-Yat
Helen L. Look-Yat-Taylor
SOURCE Helen Look-Yat Taylor