Snow clearing crews are still battling through Glacier National Park’s Going-to-the-Sun Road even as the calendar reads the second week of July.
As of today, July 9, Montana’s infamous mountain pass remains closed.
Two factors are responsible: 1) last winter’s above-average snowfall, and 2) persistent cold and terrible wintry conditions throughout the spring/summer of 2020.
As pointed out by iceagenow.com, this year will likely break the current record for the road’s latest opening, which stands as July 13 in 2011.
Since records began (linked here), Going-to-the-Sun has experienced only five openings in the month of July: these were July 1, 2007 and July 2, 2008 (solar minimum of cycle 23), July 10, 1943 (solar min of cycle 17) , July 13, 2011 (the very start of the space-age-record-weak solar cycle 24), and July 15, 1933 (solar min of cycle 16). That last one, however -July 15, 1933- was the date of the road’s official opening and so wasn’t necessarily due to a large snowpack.
Serving as evidence of how the so-called climate experts can get it spectacularly wrong, let’s recall the predictions made by Montana’s National Park Service (NPS) back in the early 2000s.
For almost two decades the NPS warned the world that glaciers at Glacier National Park would be gone by the year 2020. They even went to the trouble of erecting signs across all of its visitor centers prophesying the 2020 doomsday date.
Embarrassingly for these spineless, bandwagon frauds, that deadline of doom is about to uneventfully pass. And in response, the NPS rather sheepishly pulled all ‘2020 signs’ from its displays after the computer models it relied upon from the early 2000s, which convincingly foretold of unending glacial retreat, turned out to be woefully inaccurate.
In fact, the opposite is occurring.
That’s right alarmists, in a supposedly catastrophically warming world Going-to-the-Sun-Road is about to witness its latest opening on record.
And this trend of falling temperatures and increasing snowpack isn’t confined to Montana. No, it’s occurring across the Northern Hemisphere.
Data from the Finish Meteorological Institute reveals NH total snow mass has held some 500 gigatons above the 1982-2012 average all season:
The extreme-environmentalists and duplicitous-scientists behind Montana’s snow-less predictions should have taken that Going-to-the-Sun Road a long time ago–because it’s the Sun and the Sun alone that changes Earth’s climate.
Every great civilization of the past acknowledged the Sun’s power, and they all worshiped it as a God. The Egyptians called it “Ra”, the Minoans “Ariadne”, and the Romans “Sol”.
Today, we humans consider ourselves the most powerful body in the solar system. Perhaps our recent technological advances and achievements have given rise to a sense of all-conquering self-confidence. But the Sun, as we call it, ended every one of those great civilizations of the past, and it will take down our modern one, too–and not in some raging fiery explosion but by a mere dimming of its energy known as the Grand Solar Minimum.
Don’t fall for the bogus political agendas perpetuated across the MSM.
There is far more to behold than the obfuscating BS spewing from your TV.
Even NASA agrees, in part at least, with their forecast for this upcoming solar cycle (25) seeing it as “the weakest of the past 200 years,” with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.
Prepare for the COLD — learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift
And it’s not just the Northern Hemisphere that’s seeing glacial re-advance: