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Earth’s Temperature Saw A Sharp Drop In June, As Did Solar Activity

Despite the establishment’s ever-loudening cries of “Terrifying Terra-Firma Broiling” and their frustrating and relentless obfuscations and cherry picking, planet Earth actually COOLED last month, continuing the trend started in 2016.

According to the 15x NASA/NOAA AMSU satellites that measure every square inch of the lower troposphere (where us humans reside), planet Earth was actually warmer back in the late-1980s (during the political adoption of the global warming theory).

Delving a little into the data, which comes courtesy of Dr Roy Spencer and Dr John Christy at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, version 6.0 of the global average lower tropospheric temperature anomaly for June 2022 reads just 0.06 deg. C.

This continues the overall downward trend observed since the beginning of 2016–now down approx. 0.65C deg. C since then.

The linear warming trend since January, 1979 stands at +0.13 C/decade (recently dropping from +0.14 C/decade). This warming, rather than being tied to rising atmospheric CO2 levels, correlates neatly with ‘The Modern Solar Maximum’ (1914 – 2000) — a spell of very high solar activity, the highest activity in potentially thousands of years.

Conversely, the spell of low solar output we find ourselves in now (which began in 2008) is proving truly historic–the weakest activity of the past two centuries, in fact; and its impact on Earth’s temperature is beginning to ‘snowball’.

It is theorized that during the next solar cycle (26) –so the early 2030s– that activity could of fallen off a cliff whereby the Sun remains ‘blank’ –devoid of sunspots– even during the ramp-up into its maximum.

Such as prolonged spell of low solar output would, as it has done on every previous occasion, usher in the next Grand Solar Minimum (aka Little Ice Age) — a drop of ‘just’ 2C below the multidecadal norm would be more than enough to trigger this.

Turning back to the June’s UAH data, the various regional LT departures from the 30-year average are highlighted below:

2021 01  0.12  0.34 -0.09 -0.08  0.36  0.50 -0.52
2021 02  0.20  0.32  0.08 -0.14 -0.66  0.07 -0.27
2021 03 -0.01  0.13 -0.14 -0.29  0.59 -0.78 -0.79
2021 04 -0.05  0.05 -0.15 -0.28 -0.02  0.02  0.29
2021 05  0.08  0.14  0.03  0.06 -0.41 -0.04  0.02
2021 06 -0.01  0.30 -0.32 -0.14  1.44  0.63 -0.76
2021 07  0.20  0.33  0.07  0.13  0.58  0.43  0.80
2021 08  0.17  0.26  0.08  0.07  0.32  0.83 -0.02
2021 09  0.25  0.18  0.33  0.09  0.67  0.02  0.37
2021 10  0.37  0.46  0.27  0.33  0.84  0.63  0.06
2021 11  0.08  0.11  0.06  0.14  0.50 -0.43 -0.29
2021 12  0.21  0.27  0.15  0.03  1.63  0.01 -0.06
2022 01  0.03  0.06  0.00 -0.24 -0.13  0.68  0.09
2022 02 -0.00  0.01 -0.02 -0.24 -0.05 -0.31 -0.50
2022 03  0.15  0.27  0.02 -0.08  0.22  0.74  0.02
2022 04  0.26  0.35  0.18 -0.04 -0.26  0.45  0.60
2022 05  0.17  0.24  0.10  0.01  0.59  0.23  0.19
2022 06  0.06  0.07  0.04 -0.36  0.46  0.33  0.11

Note, all regions –excluding the Arctic (see link below)– cooled last month; however, the standout was the tropical anomaly (20N-20S) — at -0.36 deg. C, it was the Tropic’s coolest June in 22 years.

Earth is COOLING — a reality that must have proponents of the AGW Party concerned, to say the least: with every 0.1C our planet cools, it becomes harder and harder for their politicized ‘catastrophic anthropogenic global warming’ narrative to be maintained.

However, propaganda is still a powerful tool.

And even as our planet COOLS before our very eyes, carbon credits/taxes are only gaining traction, as is the roll-out of costly and failing renewables at the expense of affordable and reliable fossil fuels. But as Gustave Le Bo laments: “The masses have never thirsted after truth. They turn aside from evidence that is not to their taste, preferring to deify error, if error seduces them. Whoever can supply them with illusions is easily their master; whoever attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim.”

A continuation of this COOLING trend is likely over the coming months (with the odd bump along the way: climate is cyclic, after all) as low solar activity, La Nina, and the aftereffects of Hunga Tonga’s monstrous stratospheric eruption continue to influence our climate.

Decreasing Solar Activity

Solar Cycle 25 is progressing as expected. Following a somewhat fiery uptick in recent months, activity is still tracking the historically weak cycle of 24, helped by the sharp drop-off witnessed last month.

Sunspot numbers, a great barometer for solar activity, have been tabulated for June 2022.

As recently postulated, output has taken something of a tumble–visualized in the updated SILSO chart below.

Solar activity takes a sharp plunge in June 2022.

Solar Cycle 25’s ‘energetic’ start tempted some to suggest that the cycle will be much stronger than its predecessor; but “not so fast,” cautioned Dr Ron Turner, an analyst at the ANSER research institute in Virginia, back in February.

Dr Turner, who has been studying solar cycles for many years, recalled something pertinent about the previous cycle (SC24) — it heated up quickly, much like Solar Cycle 25 is doing now, but then ‘stalled-out’ early to become the weakest cycle in more than a century.

“I took sunspot numbers from the early years of SC24 and overlaid them on SC25,” explained Turner; “They’re an almost perfect match.”

Note the graph below.

It shows how similarly SC25 (green line) is tracking with SC24 (pink line).

Also note how weak SC25 is compared to the other most recent cycles (21, 22, and 23).

The next chart compares SC25 with the historically weak cycles of 12, 13, 14, and 16 (1878 to 1933 — the Centennial Minimum).

Clear to see, SC25 is weaker than those, too (note that June’s ‘dip’ hasn’t yet been plotted, same as with the chart above).

Solar Cycle 25 is playing out within the parameters of what was expected — it is another historically weak cycle.

It has always been my contention that it won’t be until Solar Cycle 26 that we are threatened with the prospects of a true Grand Solar Minimum, as the cumulative effects of decades of low activity (since 2008) combined with the ‘no-show’ that will be SC26 work to drive Earth into its next cyclical round of severe GLOBAL COOLING.

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14 Thoughts to “Earth’s Temperature Saw A Sharp Drop In June, As Did Solar Activity”

  1. Jack Panella

    That’s impressive.

    All due credit to the solar nap, I revealed the cause the other day.

    Imagine what the numbers would have been had I been able to find reliable help with the project during winter (or several years ago), when I wanted to complete what had to be done.

    As it turned out, I lost the first week in June, before I had the physical strength and endurance.

    tldr: A neighbor tried to cook the planet, but his plan failed.

      1. mh

        “Wildfires are a regular feature of Alaskan summers, but this year’s fires have been exacerbated by drought, unusual heat, and several intense lightning storms.” ~ according to University of Alaska Fairbanks climatologist Rick Thoman

        Stuff happens. And it’s not unprecedented.

  2. Johna

    pity you cant show this to the general public?

  3. Archivarius

    Valentina Zharkova
    February 11, 2021 at 10:27 am

    Thanks fir citing our paper in ApJ by Shepherd, Zharkov and Zharkova. I was the corresponding author but you obviously did not mention our contributions. The role of Shepherd was to find the coefficients in Euriqa software, which has been fulfilled. All links to solar activity has been carried the other two authors who gave many osiers on this topic before and after.

    Why do you hesitate to list our paper Zharkova et al, 2015 in Nature Scientific Reports?

    It was the first paper, which predicted not only a reduction of solar activity in cycles 25 and 26 but also pointed out that it was the Grand Solar Minimum similar to Maunder Minimum!!
    Please add this paper because it shows the solar activity for 2000 years with other GSNs!

    Kind regards


    From the Electroverse article hotlinked above in case it was missed/skipped over.

    Heartbeat of the Sun from Principal Component Analysis and prediction of solar activity on a millennium timescale

    V. V. Zharkova, S. J. Shepherd, E. Popova & S. I. Zharkov

    Scientific Reports volume 5, Article number: 15689 (2015)

    Possibly Valentina’s magnum opus paper and charts that first really laid it out in high detail:
    Heartbeat of the Sun from
    Principal Component Analysis and
    prediction of solar activity on a
    millennium timescale
    How to cite this article: Zharkova, V. V. et al. Heartbeat of the Sun from Principal Component
    Analysis and prediction of solar activity on a millennium timescale. Sci. Rep. 5, 15689; doi: 10.1038/
    srep15689 (2015) (the whole original paper)

    Electroverse is documenting/archiving the real-time empirical data [of V. V. Zharkova et al predictions] during the well informed globalist’s multi-trillion $[counterfeited] theft of real assets, their preps and mega-mega-eugenocide take-down ww. We’d be flyin’ blind without the Cap’n and [A few of the] Scientists who warn[ed] of a coming Grand Solar Minimum and Little Ice Age] at the helm. Thanks VVZ et all, appreciate all the work, it’s looking more and more everyday like you guys have been nailing it for the very few… and it’s OK… it’s a small club. Cheers.

  4. .

    Gustave Le Bon (article dropped the “n” fyi)

  5. Anthony

    Still cool in Northern England, the Afternoons are semi OK(not great) but the mornings require jumpers

  6. Trevor

    ?? 2nd para of this post –is there a typo? — On the temp. graph the late 1980’s are below the long term average temp. Instead it is the late 1990’s that stand out as well above average.

  7. TheMronz

    This is as lucid and genuine an article you are likely to hear by way of climate commentary at the moment. I’m surprised the University of Alabama has not been censored uttering such blasphemy. Of course the IPCC et al choose to take their readings from the UHI dataset which is heavily influenced by too much concrete rather than too much CO2.
    The dogged msm are tripping over themselves attempting to blame every climatic ‘anomaly’ on global warming. But it’s the neurotic befuddled scientific explanations for such which make you laugh (or cry) most.
    If it’s particularly cold, wet, dry, windy, not windy, too much snow, too little snow etc etc etc everything must be due to global warming.
    I see NASA has re-commissioned a task force to look into UFOs. Next Guardian headline ‘UFO sightings linked to climate change’. And the worst is their readers would believe it.

  8. Deb

    You deserve a break today.

    “Doctor” Deb’s recommendation: Go spend some time with the world God created, instead of the world Man has created. Get off the internet and take a walk, spend time in the garden, go fishing.
    Here is some music to unwind you, a part of the soundtrack of my life, as I live it now. Hopefully, something in here will speak to your hearts.

    Namaste/Peace/May God richly bless you.

    I only pick on you guys because I love you. (Well, and because I’m an ornery sh*tdisturber!)


    1. Deb

      This is a repeat because it looked like it bumped the comment. And I was only trying to be nice!

      1. Buffalo Bill

        Well it was a good try… ’cause the music’s great. Bless your little heart.

  9. Rusty

    So, looking back on the summer of 2022, it turns out this was one stupid fucking article. In fact, it was the hottest on record. Try pulling your head out of your ass and look around for a change. Fuck. If we could figure out a way to generate electricity from your gaslighting, we’d be golden.

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