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Fierce Cold Sweeps Antarctica, Drives The Continent -4.4C Below 1979-2000 Average; Persistent Chills Reduce Central Washington Cherry Harvest; + Slumberous Sun

Fierce Cold Sweeps Antarctica, Drives The Continent 4.4C Below 1979-2000 Average

Not that the MSM cares, but Antarctica has suffered a fiercely cold last 18-or-so months — cold that is refusing to abate.

According to the official data, yet contrary to the mainstream’s ‘heat induced catastrophe’ narrative, between April and September 2021, the South Pole’s temperature averaged a penguin-hugging -61.1C (-78F).

Simply put, this was the locale’s coldest six month spell ever recorded, one that comfortably usurped the South Pole’s previous coldest ‘coreless winter‘ on record, the -60.6C (-77F) from 1976 (solar minimum of weak cycle 20).

This chart displays the average winter temperature (April to Sept) since 1957 in degrees Celsius at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station. [Richard Cullather/British Antarctic Survey]


Also worth noting, the months of June, July, August and September (2021) all averaged readings below -60C (-76F) — a phenomenon has occurred on just three previous occasions: in 1971, 1975 and 1978.

More than all that, though, the entire year of 2021 (not just the winter) was also a record-breaker.

The below graph –supplied by Antarctica climatology journalist Stefano Di Battista, who has published research on Antarctic temperatures for many years– shows that the South Pole averaged just -50.5C (59F) throughout 2021, making it the continent’s coldest year since 1987 (solar minimum of cycle 21) and also the third coldest on record in weather books dating back to 1957.

The unusual chill has extended into 2022, too.

The month of April –for example– at the South Pole Station finished approximately -2C below the multidecadal norm; while an anomaly of -3C was noted at the infamous Vostok station against the 1958-2021 mean.

And since April 2022, the continent as a whole has consistently logged remarkable anomaly after remarkable anomaly; and now, today, June 27 a reading of -4.4C below the 1979-2000 base has been observed by the Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine (also worth noting is that the global temp stands at just 0.1C against the multidecadal norm):


Antarctica’s late-June chills continue the intensifying cooling trend witnessed over the past year and a half.

It also continues the unmistakable cooling witnessed over the past 40 years.

Official data reveals that East Antarctica, which covers two thirds of the continent, has cooled 2.8C over the past 40-or-so years, with West Antarctica cooling 1.6C. It stands that only a tiny slither of Antarctica (the Antarctic Peninsula) has seen any warming –statistically insignificant warming, at that– but there are no prizes for guessing which region the MSM focuses on.

And likewise when it comes to ice, Antarctica’s glaciers have been EXPANDING in recent years, also continuing the trend of growth witnessed over the past four+ decades (the satellite era).

According to the data, sea ice rebounded sharply during the years 2020 and 2021 to the levels of some three decades ago — this rebound is visualized in the chart below, as is the multidecadal expansion which stands at approximately 1% per decade:


TPTB and their MSM lapdogs can disinform the compliant masses all they want, but it doesn’t change the facts.


Persistent Chills Reduce Central Washington Cherry Harvest

June is usually a busy month for the cherry industry. However, growers are saying it’s different this year, lamenting that cold weather, including out-of-season frosts and snowfall during the spring, is resulting in this year’s crop falling below the average of 20 million 20-pound boxes.

“Normally, it’s a hive of activity,” said Frank Lyall, a grower in Grandview; but this year, “it’s taking (workers) a few days to pick what would normally take a week or 10 days to pick. It’s a different year.”

Cold conditions pushed back the start of the cherry harvest by two weeks, said B.J. Thurlby, Northwest Cherry Growers president: “It’s as crazy a spring as we ever had. Getting 6 inches of snow in the middle of our bloom (this year) didn’t help.”

Last year, even with the region’s ‘End Of Times’ heat dome, cherry growers picked 20.3 million boxes of cherries, which is inline with the average. This year, however, Thurlby said the persistent cold has growers are looking at just a 14 million box harvest.

The record-cold spring, although good for water storage, has not done cherry growers any favors. Frost and snow hitting the cherry blossoms is bad enough, but consistent overnight lows in the 30s and daytime highs in the 50s has taken its toll on crop yields — it was too cold for the bees to pollinate the cherry blossoms.

Orchards are down as much as 90%, according to industry experts.

“It’s the worst since I took over my family’s business 22 years ago,” said grower Morgan Rowe, of Rowe Farms.

Of course, 2022’s ‘year without a spring’ is impacting far more than just Central Washington cherries.

North America’s slow planting of wheat and corn, combined with a reduced application of inputs due to global supply chain woes, will become a cause for concern during the summer crop tours; however, I don’t see the USDA informing commodity markets of the true, dire picture until they have no choice but to do so–so around harvest time 2022 (Sept/Oct).

And while the fertilizer, pesticide and herbicide shortages are self-inflicted problems, the lingering freeze during the entire spring planting window was most certainly not. Despite activists being duped into believing we humans can control the climate, we really can’t. There are a myriad of cosmological forcings at play that we haven’t even conceived right now, and so attempting to alter something you aren’t even halfway to understanding is a hopeless, potentially dangerous endeavor.

Switching our diets from cows to crickets will not have the desired affect, alarmists; neither will changing our civilization’s fuel source from coal/gas to wind/batteries. All that these extreme measures will achieve is the transfer even more wealth from us the public into private hands. That is the main purpose of government, is it not–a template demonstrated by the past few ‘crises’: COVID-19 and the European war. During these two well-promoted ‘catastrophes’ we peasants somehow lost trillions of dollars, trillions of dollars that somehow worked their way up the chain to a just a handful of elites.

The masses don’t seem to realize that government has been bought-out by corporations, that their democratic vote means nothing. Government, that is to any major government, whether it be red or blue, is beholden to its backers and lobbyist, not to the wills and wants of the powerless voters.

Currently, of the top 100 most powerful organizations in the world (the top 100 economic revenue collectors), only 29 are states whereas the remaining 71 are multinational conglomerates–and these were 2018 figures, before the most recent wealth transfer.

Globalization, it appears, is at the heart of the demise of society. The revolution needs to be aimed at reclaiming this power from the corporations. This can only be achieved by a rejection and complete overhaul of the current system. We must organize a decentralized, autonomous future where states, cities, towns and even villages are permitted to put their own needs before those of the current prevailing globalist agenda. We must break from the homogenized march towards the authoritarian technocracy the elites have us on — that ends in a total loss of freedom and prosperity for the majority. Let’s use their Great Reset for our True Reset, one that gives ordinary people the power to enact real and positive change on their day-today lives, rather than be purposefully distracted and misguided by endeavors to save the planet from existential fabrications such as ‘climate change’.

Further reading on our ever-cooling climate:


Slumberous Sun

With only one solitary sunspots on the visible disk of the sun, solar activity is currently very low.

NOAA forecasters say there is minimal threat of flaring.


Activity was always expected to rise during the ramp-up of solar cycle 25.

It is solar cycle 26 where the chill of solar minimum is forecast, by many, to commence.

And although SC25 has indeed been firing-off M-flares in recent months –a fully expected development during the ramp-up of a solar cycle (even a weak one)– the cycle is now taking a noticeable breather. Last week, it even experienced a ‘spotless day’.

Far more telling, as always, is the bigger picture, though.

As shown in the chart below, solar cycle 25 is on course to be far weaker than the recent cycles of 21, 22 and 23, and so more in keeping with its immediate predecessor, the historically weak solar cycle 24:

Solar Cycle 25 progression (green line) compared to 24, 23, 22 & 21 [solen.info].


But despite the reduced activity, a “surprise” geomagnetic storm still managed to occur at around midnight (UT) on June 25-26:


The culprit of the storm: “A co-rotating interaction region (CIR) hit Earth’s magnetic field, opening a crack in our planet’s magnetosphere. Solar wind poured in to spark a rare solstice display of auroras,” explains Dr Tony Philips of spaceweather.com.

[Harlan Thomas of Calgary, Alberta].


And even more recently, something of a Schrodinger’s CME was observed.

On Sunday, June 26, a bright coronal mass ejection (CME) billowed away from the sun’s southern hemisphere:


“The strange thing is,” writes Dr Philips, “analysts aren’t certain which side of the sun it came from. Some clues suggest farside, others Earthside. If it is an Earthside event, it could reach us late on June 28th or June 29th.”

It will be interesting to see how our planet’s ever-waning magnetosphere handles this potential impact.

For more on the looming magnetic excursion/pole shift, click the link below:

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19 Thoughts to “Fierce Cold Sweeps Antarctica, Drives The Continent -4.4C Below 1979-2000 Average; Persistent Chills Reduce Central Washington Cherry Harvest; + Slumberous Sun”

  1. Atom man

    It could be that our model of the Sun is completely wrong. The Solar Corona (atmosphere) is MUCH hotter than the surface of the Sun, unlike any campfire you have ever been around – the Sun like all of us is supposedly in the process of dying although it will take much longer than us we are told. “Science is a process, not an institution” someone else said. This is true. There is very much that we do not know.

  2. Roger Payne

    Absolutely true: a vast amount we do not know about solar and planetary physics. In addition, there have been observed climate shifts on other planets, where, so far as we know, there is no heavy industry, cars, jet planes etc etc…..joke. Here on Earth, I understand the magnetic north pole is shifting from east N Canada towards Siberia. What effects can this have?

  3. Deb

    What is a woman? This is a question that keeps on giving- one can of worms after another. (And if you get tired of trying to answer it, try “What is a man?” or “What is gender?”

    Simple people require simple answers. “Simple” in the old, old meaning of the word. (Now we say simple-minded.) For those people, genetalia is the answer.

    Next level up in complexity is masculine or feminine traits- which vary from culture to culture, but the people who put stock in them are not the kind of people who are likely to consider gray areas. These are the super macho guys and the women who talk in high pitched little girl voices while saying things like, “My, what a big strong man you are!” (This ploy is amazingly effective even on men who ought to know better. I used a modified variety of it myself just the other day for my own amusement. Well, I don’t have a TV. I’ve learned to entertain myself.)

    But I think gender identity goes deeper than the obvious, superficial things. I have four brothers, and even as a child I was interested in guy things-guns and cars and such. Could not have cared less about cooking and sewing and babies. My brothers have always treated me as an equal, and each of them taught me things about mechanics, woodworking, etc. But any time two or more of them are together, they form a male clique that I am not part of. Not because they exclude or ostracize me, but because I am lacking something that would allow me to be part if it. I don’t know what that is and neither do they. But it’s real.

    If I’d had any sisters, we would have formed a female clique. I do now with my girlfriends. I don’t know what causes that, but it’s more than physical or femine/masculine traits.

    Women are the people who sit at home, waiting to see whether or not the man is going to turn up. It was true in the day of the mastodon, and it’s still true today, lol!

    How many answers do you want? They are endless.

    Men and women are different. Vive la difference!

    1. Female Nature 'n Church Lady Martha(s) Rule

      … and Vive la Martha{s) and the Fierce Cold Sweeping Antarctica … I used a modified variety of it myself just the other day for my own amusement… [cackling loudly] because I am lacking something that would allow me to be part if it. I don’t know what that is but they do. And it’s real.
      Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf – Getting Angry, Baby?
      https://youtu.be/nInE5TITzE8

  4. Harry Zandvliet

    If it is very cold in Antarctica, why is that not noticable in sea ice extent?

    https://nsidc.org/data/seaice_index

    1. GeertVB

      Because the seawater cools slowly I think. That’s the buffer. If you look at the estimated temps on Earth over the past 12000 years, you see rapid warming periods and slow cooling. A sawtooth chart.
      When warming, the surface of the oceans warms up faster, now at low solar activity the water gives off heat from the entire top layer, which retains a lot of heat.
      In my logic it goes something like this.
      For example, you can see that the warming stopped from the year 2016, only to suddenly see a warm year in the year 2020 via the satellite observations.
      It depends on where the warm waters are on the planet.
      Take a look here. I include the reference period from 2012 to 2020, that warm year. Then you see the cooling that really continues.

      1. GeertVB

        You also have to look at the thickness of the ice. It may be due to a lot of snowfall that the ice thickens, and only later due to gravity and pressure the diameter increases.
        But that’s another story.

    2. Rocket Scientist

      Ice accumulates on land, ice shelves over water break off and become icebergs and then float away… and nobody knows exactly what happens to them after that.

  5. Hi Cap, you should review your beliefs about the possibility of changing the weather.
    It is important, you cannot miss on this topic.

  6. Michael Peinsipp

    IF that CME hits Earth…be ready for HELL on Earth.
    That CME will destroy every power system on the side facing the CME and will BIGLY screw up all other electrical systems.
    I’m to old to live in a cave so I have a wood stove, a strong Son and 75 acres of woods!
    In other things…the LEFT is going Cuckoo for Coco Puffs over 2nd and abortion (murder). AND Religious Liberty has been decided…WE WINNING BIGLY!!!

  7. Doktor seltsamer Wetterliebhaber

    “Winter” is coming for the West, and it is going to be apocalyptic – June 27, 2022
    Germany and the West are about to go Kaput
    Since Germany has been leading the pack in destroying its energy infrastructure in order to go “green,” it is no wonder that the country is now in the throes of a death spiral, economically speaking.
    Germany has already been preparing its citizens for the inevitable fallout of all this by handing out pamphlets with information and advice about what to do when the power goes out.
    This same “green” energy agenda, by the way, is being pushed in practically all Western countries.
    [I’m kinda hoping that the power doesn’t go out until mid-winter with lots of deep snow all around… zombies hate cold and deep snow and it’s much easier to keep the freezers cool when the temps are below zero.]
    https://www.naturalnews.com/2022-06-27-winter-is-coming-west-will-be-apocalyptic.html

    America’s commodity and labor shortages are likely to be permanent
    06/24/2022 /
    https://collapse.news/2022-06-24-america-commodity-labor-shortages-likely-permanent.html

    1. anon

      “labor shortages”?
      If only there was some way for both political parties to secretly agree to increase the number of serfs being born..

  8. Doktor seltsamer Wetterliebhaber

    “Winter” is coming for the West, and it is going to be apocalyptic – June 27, 2022
    Germany and the West are about to go Kaput
    Since Germany has been leading the pack in destroying its energy infrastructure in order to go “green,” it is no wonder that the country is now in the throes of a death spiral, economically speaking.
    Germany has already been preparing its citizens for the inevitable fallout of all this by handing out pamphlets with information and advice about what to do when the power goes out.
    This same “green” energy agenda, by the way, is being pushed in practically all Western countries.
    [I’m kinda hoping that the power doesn’t go out until mid-winter with lots of deep snow all around… zombies hate cold and deep snow and it’s much easier to keep the freezers cool when the temps are below zero.]
    https://www.naturalnews.com/2022-06-27-winter-is-coming-west-will-be-apocalyptic.html

    America’s commodity and labor shortages are likely to be permanent
    06/24/2022 /
    https://collapse.news/2022-06-24-america-commodity-labor-shortages-likely-permanent.html

    How Bad Will the Food Shortage Get?
    The end game is total control of the global population, and this will require the destruction and dismantling of current systems, including the food system.
    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2022/06/27/food-shortage-2022.aspx?ui=ac98b3af9012fd28150b3623a649f4ddbe47d58b58e3ad47c873351c64a9e698&sd=20110602&cid_source=dnl&cid_medium=email&cid_content=art1ReadMore&cid=20220627_HL2&mid=DM1200198&rid=1532161560

    Luckily the zombies are still drinking the fluoride and getting their graphene+ injections… just hope it’s enough so that they’ll mostly just “Die in Place”.
    2022 Fluoride Action Network Update
    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2022/06/26/2022-fluoride-action-update.aspx

  9. Geoff Ballard

    I read the other day of a heatwave in Europe. To be balanced should this also not be commented on?

    1. Ralf Thee

      No, just fine the way it is. Or did you read about a coldwave in the media with the heatwave?

    2. Fact Checker

      The reason Antarctica’s coreless temperatures are so low is because the density of CO2 increases to 2.5 kg/m3 at -50C and therefore sinks down and accumulates at the bottom side of the globe while much of the AGW hot air must then rise up into Europe and the Arctic by natural convection and it all balances out… because cyclical ice ages and global cooling periods are just more propaganda and fear porn. [note: all these facts have been fact checked by the fact-checkers]
      https://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/carbon-dioxide-density-specific-weight-temperature-pressure-d_2018.html

      Propaganda – the jews (LUBAVITCH EDOMITES CANAANITES) Most Powerful Weapon
      https://www.bitchute.com/video/g2zZMp7E5yt6/

  10. Dallas Schneider

    It is only a real Conspiracy Theory that the US Gov in trade for space technology is sponsoring Crickets for food https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/eating-crickets so that humans will taste better for the trantaloids – the insect species of outer species – https://thinkaboutit.site/aliens/trantaloids/
    After all, who is really keeping track of the 8,000 a day illegals crossing the Southern Border of the US? Seems there are Quotas to be met!!
    OR ELSE!!!

  11. Dallas Schneider

    Perhaps the Gates/Monsanto GMO team could give us crickets as big as
    chickens to provide us with a more palatable protein source more in line
    with our current perception of what food is supposed to come from!

    1. LocoLogos

      The beauty of roasted crickets and locusts is that you don’t need to pluck ’em or gut ’em. I’ve eaten canned chocolate crickets and roasted/spiced [Thailand] locusts from vendors on the beach before. They’re crunchy “palatable protein” and not full of gooey [scheißen] guts when they’re fried up when they’re “regular insect sized”. With all the GMO tech advancements and Gate’s grinning psychopathic penchant for full spectrum killing be careful what you wish for.

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