The Center of Life on Planet Earth

Over the shoal of George’s Bank off the coast of Massachusetts, there runs what has been termed as a “mysterious circular current formation.” within this gyre and in the surrounding waters one finds the primary reproductive section of the North Atlantic for fish (Steel’63).
If one were to ob serve the oceans of the earth in their entirety, a triangular Indian-Pacific, with its tapered north may be seen to pinch water movement into place. On the other hand the S-shaped Atlantic, because the point of the triangular(eastern coast of South America lies below the equator, Southern Hemispheric water is constantly being wedged across the equator, creating the true origin of the waters that become known as the Gulf Stream off North America. At the Sargasso Sea this jet is to be shown to pick up the seed diatoms. Constructed of the impermeable silica, they are able to trap the gases of intense photosynthesis of summer in the tropics and float out in the thin waters surrounding the Sea for transportation north with the Gulf Stream’s Autumnal flood (pushed north by a Southern Hemispheric sun).
A thousand miles to the north of the Sargasso, the warm, pressed into an ever-colder North Atlantic of October and November, stirs up a system of turbulence known as Gulf Rings, as warm (thin) sinking against cold and thick, creats the watery gyres in a manner very similar to tornados along a squall line. their counterclockwise form,
carries them on an arching northwesterly course, bringing them in contact with the shoal of George’s Bank.
At the same time of year the Labrador Current down from the floor of the Arctic, is surfacing at the deposit of silica known as Cape Cod.
A portion of the silica should either build up the Cape, or be swept offshore to meet the seeded rings, triggering the diatom bloom.
But over the past 60 years Cape Cod has been suffering extreme coastal erosion blamed on Winter storms. The truth is that the vein of the Labrador Current is being ruptured, reducing silica being carried. Without silica being delivered the Cape erodes and the mineral that triggers the diatom bloom never arrives in full.
Without diatoms the newly hatched cod and most other groundfish of George’s Bank starve soon after hatching.
Think of this: one cod lays between 4 and 7 million eggs. a hundred years ago billions of fish were hatching quadrillions of young each year, while fishermen around the world were catching millions. . .
The event that feeds the North Atlantic and North Pacific (via the Bering Straits) was being punctured.
Where the diatom bloom is carried (logically) one finds the fishing grounds of our civilization. But this also represents the life that gives off the very core of the 60% of the Earth’s oxygen supply (attributed to the oceans).
Carried even further, where this oxygen would most logically be carried over land, one finds the rains over the British Isle (which the drift over Northern Europe). And where the bloom surfaces in the North Pacific (having passed through the floor of the Bering Straits, creating that phenomenon among crustaceans, the Alaskan “King Crab”) it creates the rains over the Pacific Northwest, that then drifts over North America watering the farmlands and vegetation of the Midwest, “breadbasket of the world.”
If this is the case, this would make the starting point the greatest source of food and oxygen from the land masses and the oceans, or the center of life on Earth.
There is one problem, beneath George’s Bank there is a deposit of oil equivalent to one weeks worth at 1977 rates of consumption.
In fact there really should be no problem because the law that provides for and was intended to govern the search on the Continental Shelf, The OCS Lands Act of 1953 (before Oil “got” to Washington, was written to prevent just such a situation where the develof a

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