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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #30 on: July 09, 2018, 03:17:29 PM »
Grand solar minimum: Data shows this is the lowest cycle since records began!!

https://www.sott.net/article/390583-Grand-solar-minimum-Data-shows-this-is-the-lowest-cycle-since-records-began

We have only 300 years-odd of detailed solar observations with telescopes, half that of magnetic records, half again in the radio spectrum and less than that for most modern instrument records (and 12 years of Watts Up With That to interpret it). So as the months pass our knowledge of solar activity is still growing appreciably. The evidence points to a major transition of activity in 2006 which has returned us to the solar conditions of the 19th century. 19th century-type climate is expected to follow.


We now have 70 years of F10.7 data. The F10.7 flux is considered to be the most accurate measure of solar activity. The solar cycles are numbered. Solar Cycle 24 has about two years to go before the month of minimum. To date the F10.7 flux has had a floor of 64.


The interplanetary magnetic field has been in a downtrend since the early 1980s with the last three solar minima lining up. If this trend continues then it will get down to a monthly average of 2.8 in 2020 at the 24/25 minimum.

We now have 150 years of daily aa Index data. This is a geomagnetic index of the Sun's magnetic activity. This graph explains why the world warmed in the second half of the 20th century. In the 67 years of data up to 1935, the Sun's magnetic shield of the Earth averaged 15.7 on the aa Index. In the subsequent 71 years of the Modern Warm Period up to 2006, this shield was 50 per cent stronger, averaging 23.2 on the aa Index. Since 2006, the aa Index has been at Little Ice Age-like levels with an average of 15.8 and falling as we go further into the 24/25 solar minimum.

Cosmic rays are dominantly protons and helium atoms. They hit oxygen and nitrogen atoms in the upper atmosphere and cause a cascade of particles in the lower atmosphere which can be holding enough water for cloud droplet formation but lacks nucleation sites. The increased cloud cover during low solar acitivity increases the Earth's albedo and the atmosphere cools.

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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #31 on: September 01, 2018, 10:58:00 AM »
Earth's "Big Freeze" Looms As Sun Remains Devoid Of Sunspots For Most Of 2018

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-31/earths-big-freeze-looms-sun-remains-devoid-sunspots-most-2018

Scientists believe that Earth could experience a “big freeze” as the sun goes through what’s known as “solar minimum.” During this time, sunspots are minimal and the globe could be in for a wicked cold snap.

Scientists are reporting that the sun has been free of sunspots for a total of 133 days this year, according to The Express UK. With only 241 days of 2018 passing, that means the sun has been blank for the majority of the year. Experts continue to warn that this is a sign that the solar minimum is on its way.

 “The sun is spotless again. For the 133rd day this year, the face of the sun is blank,” wrote the website Space Weather.

“Solar minimum has returned, bringing extra cosmic rays, long-lasting holes in the sun’s atmosphere, and strangely pink auroras,” the website continued.

The sun follows a cycle of roughly 11 years where it reaches a solar maximum and then a solar minimum.

During a solar maximum, the sun gives off more heat and solar particles and is littered with sunspots. Less heat in a solar minimum is due to a decrease in the sun’s magnetic waves.  Our sun was not expected to head into a solar minimum until around 2020, but it appears to be heading in that direction a little early which could prove to be bad news for warm weather lovers.


But a prolonged solar minimum could mean a “mini ice age.” The last time there was a prolonged solar minimum, it did, in fact, lead to a mini ice-age which was scientifically known as the Maunder minimum.  That little cold snap lasted for 70 years between the years 1645 and 1715. During this period, temperatures dropped globally by 1.3 degrees Celsius leading to shorter seasons and ultimately food shortages.

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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #32 on: October 23, 2018, 06:18:32 AM »
On October 15, the U.S. Energy Information Administration released its winter fuel price forecast:

https://www.eia.gov/outlooks/steo/report/winterfuels.php

Heating oil is expected to cost 20% more during the coming winter than it cost last winter.  This is largely due to a significant drop in inventories because a larger share is being exported overseas for expanding industrial use.  So in order to fuel factories elsewhere, there will be people turning down their thermostats here in order to afford their fuel bills.

Natural gas and electrical heat are also expected to experience more moderate price increases, though NG inventories are low and prices could spike later.

Percent change in fuel bills from last winter (forecast)
              
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                  forecast     If 10% warmer
                                  than forecast    If 10% colder
                                                        than forecast

Heating Oil    20%              7%           33%
Natural Gas    5%              -4%          16%
Propane        -1%              -17%        15%
Electricity       3%              -2%           9%

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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #33 on: November 29, 2018, 07:21:29 AM »
The acknowledgment of global cooling is going mainstream now, though varying opinions still exist as to what may be the cause.  The phrase "Global Warming" is stealthily being replaced by "Climate Change."

It turns out that an embarrassing mathematical error, recently discovered and corrected, led to the Global Warming bandwagon, though it is also true that solar minimums are sometimes preceded by brief warmings:
https://phys.org/news/2018-11-climate-scientists-wrong.html

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7760920/long-cold-winter-space-temperatures-
nasa/

https://www.foxnews.com/science/nasa-warns-long-cold-winter-could-hit-space-in-months-bringing-record-low-temperatures

https://harpers.org/archive/1958/09/the-coming-ice-age/

https://www.technocracy.news/nasa-scientists-lack-of-sunspots-to-bring-record-cold/

https://spaceweatherarchive.com/2018/09/27/the-chill-of-solar-minimum/

While some outside the Px community such as David Mauriello say we could be on the cusp of an ice age lasting decades or more, others within the Px community such as Croft have expressed that it may last a dozen years and then pass when the visiting dark star, which rather may alternate between phases of luminosity according to some, leaves and the solar system settles back down again.  However, as Dr. Albers has documented using NASA's own footage, our sun is apparently being weakened by parasitic visiting bodies, possibly leaving earth to face something even more ominous than the passage of Px: an expedited cycling of the sun into its old age, possibly to be replaced at some auspicious time in the future by a prophetic and conveniently positioned new sun.

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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #34 on: November 29, 2018, 11:49:10 AM »
My 2 cents says climate science and climate modeling should separate into two distinct branches.  In my own way, I see climate modeling as mostly just a bunch of guesses and  conjectures, which rarely, if ever, match reality or come to fruition, partly because the scientists continue to discover new feedback loops., which can alter any projection.

But climate science in my view should cover the entire history of the study of climate up to and including current times.  What you see is what you get/jhave.

And here is an example of how writers confuse readers:

"The new results had a far larger range of possibilities in ocean temperature increases—between 10 and 70 percent: still warmer, but rendering the study vague even for the sometimes unknowable science of climate modelling."

What is it exactly that "had a far larger range of possibilities in ocean temperature increases"?  Is it the temperatures projected for the future?  Is it the recent past increases?  What is the projected time span for the putative increases, if he is discussing future changes?   

I admit I only read the first article linked, so I'm basing this post on that article, which could have been a bit more clear. 

If writers would state up front they are discussing the climate as it was, and as it is, and any transitions in between the two, OR they are discussing models of the future, then readers can decide if they want to read it.  If they are discussing models for the future, especially far future, I'd probably not waste my time reading it.

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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #35 on: November 29, 2018, 12:31:14 PM »
Good points Ilinda, and much of the climate modeling being discussed in the GSM community potentially affects the future, both near and far. 

However, they're making their projections for the same reasons that we're projecting ramifications of the visit by Px:

1. Because there is data from the past that forms a discernable pattern

2. Because history repeats

3. Because many died in the past from each type of cataclysm (both GSM and Px)

4. Because we're living in the information age and feel a calling to prepare and warn others

In other words, this time, maybe there's a chance to survive.  We lose nothing by preparing.

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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #36 on: November 30, 2018, 08:54:10 AM »

Freakish November Weather Is Just A Taste Of Things To Come: Solar Minimum Wreaking Havoc As Winter Misery Index Spikes

http://allnewspipeline.com/Cold_Sun_Warning_Bitter_Cold.php

November 29, 2018
Freakish November Weather Is Just A Taste Of Things To Come: Solar Minimum Wreaking Havoc As Winter Misery Index Spikes

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By Stefan Stanford - All News Pipeline - Live Free Or Die

In this new story by Michael Snyder over at End of the American Dream that Steve Quayle had linked to on his website  this morning, Snyder reports what may be one of America's coldest and snowiest November's ever may only be getting worse.

While the left continues to scream 'global warming' and attacking President Trump for backing out of the Paris Climate change agreement, in the only video at the bottom of this story, Rick Wiles and TruNews feature Professor Valentina Zkarkova, whose latest weather models have been updated to show our planet may now be entering a cold snap lasting not only decades, but centuries.

And while we won't go out on a limb and claim a 350-year ice age is coming to our planet as we read in this TruNews story and hear in the video from Professor Zkarkova, as Ice Age Now had reported back on November 12th in a story which the Drudge Report had linked to, according to NASA scientist Martin Mlynczak, we could be witnessing record cold weather in a matter of months due to a lack of sun spots.

“If current trends continue, it could soon set a Space Age record for cold,” said Mlynczak. “We’re not there quite yet, but it could happen in a matter of months.” And in the same story they report that according to Dr. Tony Philips back on September 27th, “The sun is entering one of the deepest Solar Minima of the Space Age".

And as we see in the map on the top of this story taken from this November 27th story at the Weather Channel, approaching the end of November, it's been one of the most miserable starts to winter on record with the 'misery index' at 'extreme' or 'severe' for huge chunks of the country. From that story.

As Snyder reports in his new story, America's freakish weather in November is just a taste of things to come with winter not even officially kicking off for 3 more weeks and already city after city hitting record cold temperatures for the month. Combined with even more cities that have hit record precipitation rates for the month of November leads us to ask, are weather modification programs going on? From Snyder's story: 

Nov. 1-26 was the third-coldest on record in Kansas City, Missouri; third-coldest in Little Rock, Arkansas; seventh-coldest in St. Louis; seventh-coldest in Oklahoma City; ninth-coldest in Des Moines, Iowa; and tied for the ninth-coldest in Dallas/Fort Worth, according to data from NOAA’s Regional Climate Centers. It has also been a top-10-coldest November in parts of upstate New York and New England.

Nov. 1-26 was the second-coldest on record in Bangor, Maine; third-coldest in Syracuse, New York; fourth-coldest in Binghamton, New York; fifth-coldest in Portland, Maine; fifth-coldest in Concord, New Hampshire; seventh-coldest in Worcester, Massachusetts; eighth-coldest in Buffalo, New York; and tied for the eighth-coldest in Hartford, Connecticut.

And we have witnessed an extraordinary amount of precipitation this month as well. In fact, this has been the wettest November ever recorded for major cities all along the east coast…

Through Nov. 26, the month ranked as the wettest November on record in Washington D.C.; Baltimore; Philadelphia; Atlantic City, New Jersey; Hartford, Connecticut; Providence, Rhode Island; and Concord, New Hampshire, according to data from NOAA’s Regional Climate Centers.


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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #37 on: November 30, 2018, 12:02:38 PM »
Good points Ilinda, and much of the climate modeling being discussed in the GSM community potentially affects the future, both near and far. 

However, they're making their projections for the same reasons that we're projecting ramifications of the visit by Px:

1. Because there is data from the past that forms a discernable pattern

2. Because history repeats

3. Because many died in the past from each type of cataclysm (both GSM and Px)

4. Because we're living in the information age and feel a calling to prepare and warn others

In other words, this time, maybe there's a chance to survive.  We lose nothing by preparing.
I certainly agree we should be preparing for the worst and hoping for the best because the PX researchers know of the cyclical nature of these cosmic bodies, as well as the physics that governs their movements.

  Much has been written about the cycles, in various books and even on clay scrolls, so we would be wise to pay attention to those who lived through some of those cycles.

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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #38 on: December 01, 2018, 07:51:52 PM »
From "Global Electric Current Has Shifted: Piers Corbyn Astrophysicist (PART 2)"  at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8YmB_0Eahw   Dated 30/Nov/18.  Duration 26:01.
[IMAGE Dec2-2018_solar_cycles_long-range_forecast.jpg]
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[start excerpt]
Astrophysist Piers Corbyn of WeatherAction long range forecasters and David DuByne of ADAPT 2030 discuss what to expect moving deeper into the Grand Solar Minimum and how much Earth’s temperatures will drop from this point forward.
•Ice increasing off of Antarctica
•Undersea volcanoes warming coastal ocean waters and the Arctic Circle
•Earthquakes can be triggered by solar activity
•Cosmic Ray effects on Earths clouds and atmosphere
•Electric Geology
•Pulse water under the ice 9 year cycles
•Corbyn's work published in a peer-reviewed journal was in the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (2001)
[end excerpt]

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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #39 on: December 02, 2018, 05:52:13 AM »
Corbyn was way ahead of the crowd.  Wonder if he had read Velikovsky...

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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #40 on: December 03, 2018, 02:07:20 PM »
David Dubyne makes a startling statement @ 4:30 in this film:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8_H-09BjrE

Numerous farmers have experienced too many back-to-back crop failures recently to qualify for bank loans to get them through another year, so they are turning to loan sharks now instead.

Farming is becoming an even more dangerous occupation than ever...


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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #41 on: December 10, 2018, 08:16:19 AM »
Was anyone given a ballot with which to vote on blocking out sunlight next spring?

I wasn't.

This article says that Harvard and Bill Gates are making that momentous decision on our behalf:
https://prepforthat.com/harvard-scientists-block-suns-rays/

Will this reduce the ability of sunlight-starved crops to photosynthesize?

Will this mean that fewer varieties of crops may be successfully grown, and smaller yields?

Will this mean an acceleration of famine and hunger?

Was any person in leadership within our representative Republic consulted first?

How do you feel about having MSM break a story like this to you, without a clear chain of authority being cited for the decision-making process?

Are we expected to become accustomed to having such decisions made on our behalf?

How does the international community feel about this?

Farmers?

Were they consulted first?

Will this mean longer winters?

Less ability to produce vitamin D internally?

Is blocking the sun actually an effort to conceal something else?

Lots of questions.


The Gates of Harvard

https://prepforthat.com/harvard-scientists-block-suns-rays/

https://www.forbes.com/sites/trevornace/2018/12/05/harvard-scientists-begin-experiment-to-block-out-the-sun/#51787df840c2


Another Gates

Referred by: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIc3TCbNueI
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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #42 on: December 10, 2018, 05:47:36 PM »
In a nutshell (pun intended), the people who make such life-altering and planet-altering decisions with or without consulting others are completely NUTS.  Yeah.  Nuts.  Crazy.  Insane.  Stupid.  Perhaps even homicidal and/or suicidal. Did I forget anything?

We've already seen how Bill and Melinda Gates are funding vaccines in third world countries, when in fact, the ingredients in some of those vaccines has been of questionable safety and/or content. 

My own 2 cents for those of us able (so far) to grow some of our own food, we'd be wise to start experimenting with mirrors to help increase whatever sunlight is allowed to reach earth, particularly aiming the mirrors at our crops.

I don't mean very large overly-bright things, but perhaps even something as primitive as parabola-shaped contraptions made of aluminum flashing.  That stuff is quite reflective, but not so bright as to burn leaves, as actual mirrors might do.

We're in a bind anyway due to the "global dimming" a phenomenon more clearly researched right after  9-11, and now we'll have to deal with TPTB-dimming.  I guess I'd better read some of the articles you liked, before whining more.

So now it appears we have two types of dimming 

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Re: The Solar Grand Minimum
« Reply #43 on: December 10, 2018, 06:18:54 PM »
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Did I forget anything?

Depraved, possessed, inhuman...will leave room for others to add their own adjectives...

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We've already seen how Bill and Melinda Gates are funding vaccines in third world countries, when in fact, the ingredients in some of those vaccines has been of questionable safety and/or content.

...hence indigenous populations heading for the hills when medical teams arrive...

Reflective lighting is a great concept Ilinda. 

Richie from Boston just posted his thoughts about why they're blocking the sun:

He says that the new quantum computers, which are opening portals for other-dimensional beings to come to earth that have been forbidden to be here, must be cooled at temps not possible to achieve on earth in its normal climate.  So we're cooling the planet for AI and demonic ET. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GaHOMK-nHLU @ 3:50

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