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  1. #1 Self-accidental body temp experiment in possible relation to earths tipping point. Irreversible or is it? :) 
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    First I must ask all of you more educated than I a simple question before telling you what I did to myself to discover that my body went into a special loopmode regarding body temperature.

    Is there any possible way, the earth reacts, regulates, and controls its temperature and surroundings just the same as the human body does with its mind controlling, heart-rate, breathing, and body temperature all on its own yet constantly being influenced by its surroundings??

    If so, then I have the answer to whether the earth can reverse itself after the tipping point has reached, although sadly to say, based upon my accidental experiment and the extreme loop mode my body was in, the tipping point (symptoms) were very frightening and upscale (potentially catastrophic). There is a happy ending, I reversed what I was doing and the symptoms completely disappeared without a trace to perfect regularity. When I tell you all what I did, you will laugh and then go hmm, he's right, it is reversible as long as theory stands correct that the earth is living and regulating itself the best it can with its surroundings as does the human body.

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    Is there any possible way, the earth reacts, regulates, and controls its temperature and surroundings just the same as the human body does with its mind controlling, heart-rate, breathing, and body temperature all on its own yet constantly being influenced by its surroundings??
    No.

    There are however quite a few negative feedbacks in the Earth systems which have kept the surface within a pretty narrow range of temperatures through geologic history.


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    That being side, if my body had a tipping point that I pushed it past, and set itself into a mode, then once my habit returned to normal so did the symptoms, wouldn't the earth be programmed the same way. Everything on this earth has a purpose and a set path and way it is designed to work. I would think they're many similarities in all living things and some most basic things like temperature would be designed to be stable, but I do not know about or understand negative feedback. What I'm suggesting that negative feedback for the earth to controll temperature, and negative feedback of my sweat glands being shutdown would be the same thing. My brain told my sweat glands to shut down. That would be negative feedback in withholding the heat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason3179 View Post
    That being side, if my body had a tipping point that I pushed it past, and set itself into a mode, then once my habit returned to normal so did the symptoms, wouldn't the earth be programmed the same way.
    No. You body has a homeostatic system. The earth doesn't (it isn't a living organism).

    Everything on this earth has a purpose and a set path and way it is designed to work.
    Only if you are a creationist.

    I do not know about or understand negative feedback.
    Negative feedback is what happens when you get hot and sweat to bring your temperature down. Or when you get cold and start shivering to burn more energy and warm you up.
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    I do not know about or understand negative feedback.
    Negative feedback is what happens when you get hot and sweat to bring your temperature down. Or when you get cold and start shivering to burn more energy and warm you up.[/QUOTE]


    Well even if the earth isn't a living organism, you just described exactly what happened to me, it was negative feedback but it was broken and screwed up. When I would start to sweat, in cold weather, or in the house 24/7 and it happened overnight after wearing a hat a certain period of time, 2 months i think, my body changed. I COULD NOT sweat. It was very scary, pins n needles feeling and sweat glands stinging with bumps all on skin. Cooled off, was fine. All the sudden, take hat off overnight few nights disappeared.

    So isn't that negative feedback, and how did I break the normal setting into a wacked one. It made me feel cold all the time, the when I was about to sweat from whatever exercise, I could not sweat, sweat glands would not open.

    If so you also said the earth regulates its temp through negative feedback.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynx_Fox View Post
    Is there any possible way, the earth reacts, regulates, and controls its temperature and surroundings just the same as the human body does with its mind controlling, heart-rate, breathing, and body temperature all on its own yet constantly being influenced by its surroundings??
    No.

    There are however quite a few negative feedbacks in the Earth systems which have kept the surface within a pretty narrow range of temperatures through geologic history.
    It's the potential positive feedback mechanisms that are scary.
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    Well thanks guys, I am now going to study the positive and negative feedbacks as much as I can to see any relation. I know all of this is going on a limb, and I guess even if this were true as I wrote NASA about this, just to get high insight into the subject, no matter if true...the earth's "hat of toxin" it's currently wearing which one would say I guess a hat of positive feedback, is one we cannot just simply remove and reverse. We could only hope for partial removal and in which my case worked for me. I do know this, if I had changed nothing and left the hat on 24/7, nothing would have changed that's for sure, it most certainly would have gotten worse. So in the end, the human brain and the earths whatever it is that it does what it does are very different, maybe negative and positive feedbacks between the two work the exact same way as in the results. That is what I'm trying to determine.
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    Sound like you had Heat Stroke to me. It can be fatal.
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