A weak SC25 is further bad news for the AGW Party as temperatures are set to continue their well-established correlation with solar activity (meaning global cooling).
The red curve shows NOAA’s original predicted sunspot counts for Solar Cycle 25, with the orange curve showing the new best fit — a historically weak SC25 is still in the offing. #Prepare
The threat of a powerful Earth-facing CME is ever-increasing, particularly given the recent expansion of sunspot AR2786. Solar Cycle 25 is continuing its intensification: prepare for a grid-down scenario soon.
If SC25 has indeed begun, as the expert panel states, then it is painfully slow to get going — this could-well be a harbinger of a historically weak cycle to come, hints NOAA’s Doug Biesecker.
Cycles 25 and 26 could in fact be weaker than the Dalton given “a continuous trend of decreasing solar activity since the last four solar cycles” — the implications for our climate could be extreme.
Featured Image: the effects of Mt. Tambora’s 1815 eruption were felt across North America — vital corn crops withered from killing frosts. Activity on the Sun suggests we’re headed back there. Heed the warnings.
We humans are programmed to recognize cycles — the timeline for cyclical catastrophes reside deep within every one of us. Look at the world today. We sense it. We recognize something is coming.
After 50 “spotless” or “blank” days so far in 2020 (or 72%), a new sunspot is emerging in the sun’s southern hemisphere, and it appears to belong to new Solar Cycle 25…
NASA is effectively forecasting a return to the Dalton Minimum (1790-1830) but gives no mention of the brutal cold, crop loss, famine, war and powerful Volcanic eruptions associated with it…
“We expect Solar Cycle 25 will be very similar to Cycle 24 … preceded by a long, deep minimum.”
Europe experienced a bone-chiller of a spring. To call it a “spring” actually does a disservice to the severity and prolonged nature of the cold — I like to think of March-through-May this year as an “extension of winter.”
The “cooling trend” registered by NASA in the ‘upper’ atmosphere over the past few years has now permeated down the layers to the ‘lower’ atmosphere (where us humans reside). In other words, prepare for some terrestrial cooling.
“Our predictions show that the sunspot cycles will be in a weak state starting from Cycle 24 (2008-2019) till Cycle 27 (or 2050 or so).”
Jupiter and Saturn are about to do something not seen since the year 1226.
In addition, rare Sept snow threatens the northern UK, and there’s a “chance we could see the odd spot get even colder than last night.”
Svensmark’s Solar Minimum/Cosmic Ray/Cloud Nucleation link grows stronger by the day…
Adelaide’s coldest June temperature on record “officially” remains the 0.6C from June 24, 1908 (the Centennial Minimum). However, the city’s former primary thermometer station –located in Kent Town– actually broke that record this morning.
Earth’s climate is returning to the cold times of the late 1800s/early 1900s, as historically low solar activity continues to cool the lower-latitudes (where us humans reside)…
Furthermore, 70cm (28 inches) of snow had accumulated in Tromsø by Nov 06 — the largest amount by this date since 1923 (solar minimum of cycle 15)…
Kelowna and Penticton are the latest cities to be booked, according to data from Environment Canada…