Increase in Freezing Weather, Famine and Earthquakes Possible as Sun Enters Solar Minimum

“NASA scientists fear it could be a repeat of the Dalton Minimum, which happened between 1790 and 1830 — leading to periods of brutal cold, crop loss, famine and powerful volcanic eruptions.” The sun has entered a ‘lockdown’ period, which could cause freezing weather, famine Our sun has gone into lockdown, which could cause freezing weather, earthquakes and famine, scientists … Continue reading

Earth’s Mean Temperature Falling, Planetary Alignment Possible Explanation for 11-Yr Cycle

The global mean temperature in April 2020 was again significantly lower than in February and March, at 0.38°C above the average from 1981 to 2010. The average temperature increase on the globe from 1981 to February 2020 was 0.14°C per decade. The further development promises to be interesting, especially since a number of research institutes expect a higher probability of … Continue reading

Sunspots Are Vanishing Faster Than Expected – NASA

Sunspots are becoming scarce. Very scarce. So far in 2018 the sun has been blank almost 60% of the time, with whole weeks going by without sunspots. Today’s sun, shown here in an image from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, is typical of the featureless solar disk: The fact that sunspots are vanishing comes as no surprise. Forecasters have been saying … Continue reading

Our Sun is Cooling Faster Than Anyone Suspected and Earth’s Temperature Along With it

I believe this is something worthy of giving thought and consideration to. Some folks might be tempted to read articles such as this and disregard the urgency of the message within but I humbly suggest taking this seriously. This is not something that will inflict its consequences overnight but will instead do so slowly and gradually, however that won’t lessen … Continue reading

Cold & Hot Wet August Could We Be Repeating a 1300’s Grand Solar Minimum

Heat and Cold across the Northern Hemisphere in summer 2017, now tomatoes are so expensive in India that armed guards are required, wettest start in Norway reflects exactly 1315 famine that lasted seven years, Canadian beef prices rise, sugar up all on wet conditions. Cosmic rays and weakening magnetosphere are the factors, not CO2 warming oceans. Adapt 2030 – You … Continue reading

Solar Minimum: Our Sun is Getting Quieter, And Displaying Some Weird Behavior

The sun is about to enter a period of quiet, known as a solar minimum. This cycle happens every 11 years and is characterized of decreased activity—when sunspots fade away and produce fewer solar flares. With this latest period of inactivity approaching, scientists have been monitoring the sun to better understand some of the unusual activity observed over recent years. … Continue reading

NASA Confirms Our Sun is Heading Toward Solar Minimum

High up in the clear blue noontime sky, the sun appears to be much the same day-in, day-out, year after year. But astronomers have long known that this is not true. The sun does change. Properly-filtered telescopes reveal a fiery disk often speckled with dark sunspots. Sunspots are strongly magnetized, and they crackle with solar flares—magnetic explosions that illuminate Earth … Continue reading

Solar Minimum Is Approaching, Cosmic Rays Intensifying

SOLAR MINIMUM IS APPROACHING… Today marks the 5th day in a row and the 35th day in 2017 that the sun has been blank–no sunspots. This exceeds the total number of spotless days in all of 2016 (32). The accelerating pace of spotlessness is a sign that Solar Minimum is approaching. Forecasters expect the sunspot cycle, which swings like a … Continue reading

Cosmic Rays Continue to Intensify

For those that are regular visitors and readers of our articles you will likely recall we’ve been publishing stories on this for some time now but here is some recent data of the cosmic rays situation. You can also take a look at an article we did in September of 2016 “Earth’s Weakening Magnetic Field, Solar Minimum – Cosmic Rays … Continue reading

World on BRINK of MINI ICE AGE: Fears Sparked as Solar Activity Reaches New Low

SOLAR ACTIVITY has reached its lowest point since 2011, prompting fears the Sun has reached its solar minimum early. If the Sun has reached its solar minimum early, it could mean we could be in for a prolonged cold period. Images captured by Nasa between November 14 and 18 shows that there are barely any sunspots. Nasa says that solar … Continue reading

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