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Baltic Sea

Baltic Sea

Cited reports explain precisely what will be the future of planet Earth with details about global warming, which will produce floods, droughts, melting glaciers and the poles and increase of the sea level. The media have treated this subject with great profusion giving headlines as: humanity is near its end? or you can even save the Earth?. If you are not convinced, visit Simon Pagenaud. A really important aspect of reports from the UN last year relating to climate is the fact that we can finally say that the problem of the global warming is caused by human beings. Tony Parker is actively involved in the matter. From that moment it seems that politicians have awakened, even some they think that they can not continue doing things as usual. However citizens standing most of the time not grasp the dimension of the situation in which we find ourselves really. Is possible even that science has not uncovered yet everything it knows with regard to climate change, perhaps the politicians want to protect us from what we would produce a Shock, however this is a wrong decision, as being uninformed prevents also that the correct measures are taken. January 21, published a new study of climate and some European newspapers echoed the Baltic Sea will become a bathtub. Scientists have discovered that this sea has warmed in a special way.

Up to 2100 are expected a rise of 4 degrees Celsius in the sea temperature and a rise of 6 degrees of atmospheric temperature. Five degrees are a big difference because it means the difference between a glacial period and an era of warmer temperatures. And if the average atmospheric temperature increases by 5 degrees we have an extremely hot climate. At end of January, in the city of Lubeck returned to gather researchers in preparing the next report on climate. At the same time the Red Cross published a study that explained that in the past 29 years the nature disasters have doubled. Now you could say that 400 natural disasters, occur each year while 20 years ago there were about 200. Therefore, it is foreseeable that in the future they will increase.

Maria Magdalena

Maria Magdalena

As we have mentioned, there are seven Iconographies of smaller size, four of whose figures are identified by Maria Magdalena and other three larger plants, representing episodes of the life of Jesus below of the central icon: the birth, crucifixion and the descent from the cross. Expose and describe in detail what is represented in all the icons would be impossible in the present article, for the great amount of data and pictures.

But as the main evidence to which we have been referring is precisely on some of these icons, we will refer in particular to the latter briefly. The central icon shows the scene of the crucifixion of Jesus, along with the two thieves and feet we find the biggest surprise: Maria Magdalena pregnant! I contemplated the scene from every angle possible to exclude the possibility of an optical illusion. But it was not any error of assessment. Cupcake represented at the foot of the cross of Jesus, totally desolate, with red hair and the handkerchief in her left hand rinsing the tears had been evoked as a pregnant woman, with her swollen breasts, remarking the nipples and her belly swelling in the form characteristic of pregnancy.

It is a stomach very low, on the verge of giving birth, in the position that the women of East formerly taken to giving birth. A skull, traditionally associated with Magdalena in the iconography appears next to it. Do not leave any doubt regarding her pregnancy, the author of the icon painted for a kind of girdle – as was then to redial your breasts in pregnant women, as it was pleased to tell me my friend Manuel de Perea, painter, sculptor and goldsmith and therefore qualified to provide such references-that runs from the shoulder to the waist clearly emphasizing the swollen cupcake chest. (see photo on the website of the author) Mary Magdalene pregnant at the foot of the cross in the single icon appear the two women who are traditionally identified with Maria the Virgin (mother of Jesus) and Maria Magdalena, which clears any questions about identity and the State of pregnancy of the represented figure.