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David Dilley: Does Heat Cause Polar Vortexes?

David Dilley is a meteorologist, climatologist and paleoclimatologist and owns Global Weather Oscillations Inc. in Ocala. The following are his own words, written to combat mainstream science’s forced narrative-shift as the reality changed — Polar Vortexes are now the result of a warming world…?

Another Polar Vortex outbreak similar to the 2018 outbreak caused frigid temperatures across portions of the United States in January 2019. Many record-breaking temperatures were recorded for the date. Are the Polar Vortex outbreaks triggered by global warming? Will they become more common and severe in the upcoming winters?

We have all read recent science reports that say global warming will cause hotter summers and colder winters. I was always taught that you must have cold air to have a cold outbreak — so where did the cold air come from if it was caused by global warming? Is this a spin of facts by some scientists? Can you really have your cake and eat it to?

For instance; news sources indicate that the recent 2019 Polar Vortex outbreak was caused by strong stratospheric warming in the upper atmosphere, and suggested that global warming actually caused this massive influx of the coldest air since the 1960s.

Their theory is that this sudden stratospheric warming broke the Polar Vortex into several smaller pieces, with the pieces then moving southward over central and eastern portions of the United States, Russia and some other regions. Some areas in Europe are experiencing the hardest winter in 100 years. And this of course, has never happened before?

Really hate to burst their hot air balloon, but this is common during colder periods in our climate, and a very natural phenomenon — especially during the very cold period from the 1950s into the 1970s. I am sure some of you can recall the very nasty polar outbreaks that caused the Great Lakes to routinely freeze over. A very common weather phenomena during this period, and we did not have a global warming cycle at the time.

Cold records tumble — Jan 30, 2019, in Chicago, Illinois

To put it all into perspective; the sudden stratospheric warming events are similar to opening the door to the freezer in your refrigerator. When you open the door, cold air rushes out and warm air from the room rushes in. This is essentially what occurs in the Arctic. When cold air rushes southward, it is replaced by stratospheric warming. Eventually this warmer air cools as it gets ready for the next Polar Vortex outbreak.

I predicted several years ago that the year 2019 is the year to watch for the ending of global warming. In 2019 the sun will enter what is called the “Maunder Minimum,” a quiet solar flare period which is also associated with cooling of the earth on a 72- and 230-year cycle. In conjunction with the Maunder Minimum is a similar cycle also occurring in 2019, and on a 230-year cycle. This cycle involves the gravitational intensity pull portrayed on the earth — by interaction of the earth-moon-sun gravitational field.

When the two mentioned cycles occur simultaneously, a naturally occurring climate pulse pushes the earth into global cooling. In addition, strong changes in the gravitational pull is a direct cause for increased volcanic activity, and paleoclimate history shows that all 230-year cooling cycles are further cooled by historically strong volcanic activity. This has occurred during each of the five global cooling cycles since 800 AD.

The cold Polar Vortex outbreaks that griped the United States in January of 2018 and 2019 are only a forerunner of what earth will see throughout the next 150-years. Global cooling cycles occur like clockwork every 230 years. The last global cooling cycle began in 1889, and 2019 is exactly 230 years ago.

This year (2019) is the first year of the next cooling cycle, and the Polar Vortex outbreaks will be more common and colder from now on. And yes, Florida will likely have hard freezes within the next 3-years. If you would like to know more about natural cycles and the earth’s natural climate pulse, please check the free information on David’s site www.GlobalWeatherOscillations.com

— David Dilley is a meteorologist, climatologist and paleoclimatologist and owns Global Weather Oscillations Inc. in Ocala.

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5 Thoughts to “David Dilley: Does Heat Cause Polar Vortexes?”

  1. Roman Andrzejczyk

    Sorry, but what does it supposedly mean? ” The last global cooling cycle began in 1889, and 2019 is exactly 230 years ago.”

  2. David Brenner

    Sloppy work.

    1. The Maunder Minimum was a specific cycle occurrence, circa 1645-1715 (NOT 230 years ago, and NOT a multiple of 230). The current Grand Solar Minimum will most likely have a new name.

    2. 230 years ago was 1789, NOT 1889. There was a solar minimum cycle around that time, but it was much less severe than the Maunder Minimum.

    3. Is there really a gravitational cycle which just happens to have exactly the same periodicity as the 230-year solar minimum cycle? Seems implausible.

    1. Cap Allon

      1) Eddy Minimum, perhaps
      2) You’re correct — the Dalton Minimum was approximately 1790 to 1830, the Gleissberg Minimum something like 1880 to 1920
      3) Possible

  3. Andy

    There is a mistake in the above. 1889 to 2019 is only 130 years, not 230 as stated. I can see from evidence what’s happening with the earth entering a cooling phase but mistakes like this are going to make people dismiss the rest of the article.

  4. John

    SSW events happen in a different layer of the atmosphere to polar vortices, there’s no evidence to connect the two. Why wasn’t this mentioned in the article?

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