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was 55 million years ago, when one Teutonic plate pushed into the Asian Teutonic plate that crested the Indian Subcontinent and the Himalayas, that our planet started its axial precession wobble, and the Climate Cycle we know as Milankovich Cycles got started, with Ice Ages occurring approximately every 41,000 years. NASA confirms the Earth’s annual pilgrimage around the Sun isn’t perfectly circular, but it’s pretty close. Over time, the pull of gravity from our solar system’s two largest gas giant planets, Jupiter and Saturn, causes the shape of Earth’s orbit to vary from nearly circular to slightly elliptical. Eccentricity measures how much the shape of Earth’s orbit departs from a perfect circle. These variations affect the distance between Earth and the Sun.

As Earth rotates, it wobbles slightly upon its axis, like a slightly off-center spinning toy top. This wobble is due to tidal forces caused by the gravitational influences of the Sun and Moon that cause Earth to bulge at the equator, affecting its rotation. The trend in the direction of this wobble relative to the fixed positions of stars is known as axial precession. The cycle of axial precession spans about 25,771.5 years.

Our Finnic Aryan Monks up above the Arctic Circle 50,000 years ago, who were the first to speak the first language, The Proto-Finnic-Sanskrit language, already knew about this exact 25,771.5 precession of the Equinoxes.

Eccentricity is the reason why our seasons are slightly different lengths, with summers in the Northern Hemisphere currently about 4.5 days longer than winters and springs about three days longer than autumns. As eccentricity decreases, the length of our seasons gradually evens out.

When Earth’s orbit is at its most elliptic, about 23 percent more incoming solar radiation reaches Earth at our planet’s closest approach to the Sun each year than does at its farthest departure from the Sun.

The angle at Earth’s axis of rotation is tilted as it travels around the Sun is known as obliquity. Obliquity is why Earth has seasons. Over the last million years, it has varied between 22.1 and 24.5 degrees with respect to Earth’s orbital plane. The greater Earth’s axial tilt angle, the more extreme our seasons are, as each hemisphere receives more solar radiation during its summer when the hemisphere is tilted toward the Sun and less during winter when it is tilted away. 

It was last at its maximum to tilt about 10,700 years ago and will reach its minimum tilt about 9,800 years from now. As obliquity decreases, it gradually helps make our seasons milder, resulting in increasingly warmer winters and cooler summers that gradually, over time, allow snow and ice at high latitudes to build up into large ice sheets. 

The latest Huge Climate Change 14,500-13,000 years ago caused the “biblical flood.”

In essence, after we all were born in Africa 300,000 years ago and started migrating 100,000 years ago, the Toba Volcano Eruption 70,000 years ago cut our population back to only 5-10,000 in Africa, India, China, and Finland, where 50,000 years ago we learned to speak, then migrated to India 19-18,000 years ago, and the flood 13,000 years ago made us flee back to Africa.

As strange as it may sound, it seems like we, once again by 2050, need to go back to Africa.

After COP27 in Egypt 11/2022, the Climate Talks that have stalled for more than 20 years got into the blame game with the UN asking for an annual wealth transfer of $1 trillion, and MIT Technology Review Climate Reporter followed up with an article, calculating why America should pay the most and China as the by far largest emitter, second-largest economy and biggest adversary of America need not pay anything. 

That doesn’t make the need for urgent action less, but will clearly only continue the stalling until 2050, with a population of 9.5 billion – up from 8 billion – and 25% of the population in Africa, where for colonial history and earlier climate reasons only four countries, Nigeria, Egypt, South Africa and Kenya, represent 52% of GNP.

This spells disaster, famine, mass migration, and war. Particularly since Gallup, already based on 8 billion, found that 70% of the world’s population wants to migrate to “greener pastures” of more opportunities, freedom, and personal independence.

The Global Paradise on Earth Index:
Paradise Criteria: 


1. Where you want to live 25%
2. How kind of people are there 25% 
3. Freedom to be there who you are 25%
4. Potential to succeed there in your life 25%

Ranking Criteria:

1. = 100
2.  = 80
3.  = 60
4.  = 40
5.  = 20

Location: Voting with your feet, or where you would like to live.


1. USA 100 
2. Canada 80
3. Australia 60
4. UK 40
5. New Zealand 20

Kindness: Which nation’s citizens help others the most around the world?


1. Ireland 100
2. USA 80
3. UK 60
4. Canada 40
5. Australia 20

Independence: Where can you succeed the best with hard work and/or bringing a new idea to life?

1. New Zealand 100

2. Singapore 80

3. Denmark 60

4. South Korea 40

5. USA 20

Human Freedom: Which country has the least restrictions in your pursuit of happiness?


1. Switzerland 100
2. New Zealand 80
3. Denmark 60
4. Estonia 40
5. Ireland 20 

Country Ranking:

Shared 1 & 2 : USA & New Zealand (200)
Shared 3 & 4 & 5 : Canada & Ireland & Denmark (120)
Shared 6 & 7 : UK & Switzerland (100)
Shared 8 & 9 : Australia & Singapore (80)
Shared 10 & 11 : South Korea & Estonia (40) 

What is then the Doable Solution? 

THE MALALA SAHARA GARDEN SOLUTION 

1) There is water under the Sahara that can be extracted by modern and proven new technologies.

2) There are proven techniques today we can use to replant the Sahara with alternating forests and organic food crops, to produce food consumed and exported without taxes and duties to every country in the world.

3) We create a legal business entity bigger than today’s largest Saudi Aramco with a $2.1 trillion market cap – starting at a first $100 trillion market cap.

A) Then awarding the ten current nation owners of Sahara, each 1% or $1 trillion equity each. $10 trillion. (10%)

B) Then awarding every nation or territory (200) each 0.1% or $100 billion equity each. $20 trillion. (20%)

C) Then offering to nations and private wealth funds to buy combined equity of a total $10 trillion to start development. (10%)

D) Then awarding to all people whose ancestors were formerly colonized or enslaved or destroyed in genocides, as a group $10 trillion in equity, with the World Court administering the claims of groups of people claiming a share of ownership from this fund. (10%) 

E) Then awarding $10 trillion in equity allocated to the education of all children as directed by their parents or legal guardians from this fund. (10%)

F) Then awarding $10 trillion in equity allocated to the healthcare of all children as directed by each government from this fund towards private providers. (10%)

G) Then awarding $10 trillion in equity to current farmers and food producers to offset the impact of lost food production. (10%)

H) Then allocate $10 trillion in equity to a fund for unforeseen impact from the project and research into Cold Fusion as well as a stadium for all future global sports and music events. (10%)

I) Reserve 10% or $10 trillion.

TOTAL 100% or $100 trillion.

Alternative cost for governments is climate cost, military costs, and own current government support for youth healthcare and education.

Peace on Earth. 

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