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Italian Ski Resort Hoarding Glacier Snow due to “Catastrophic Climate Change”

“Italy’s Presena glacier was recently covered with tarpaulin to slow down the catastrophic effects of global warming,” reads the opening lines of a typically doom-laden wionews.com article.

Since 2008, a tarp made of “geotextile tarpaulins that reflect sunlight” has been meticulously placed across 100,000 square feet of the mountain each year, and sewed shut to prevent hot air from sneaking in.

Italian ski resort 'snow-farms' glacier to prepare next winter
“Snow Farming” — CREDIT: MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP


The glacier has been shrinking since the early 1990s, losing almost a third of its mass in that time — but to link this melting to anything other than the perfectly-corresponding period of historically high solar activity is ridiculous.

Following a sharp dip during the 1970s, solar output began climbing again around 1980, and the following 30-or-so years of high-output solar cycles combined to create what is known as the Grand Solar Maximum or Modern Maximum (with a lag –likely due to ocean inertia– extending the corresponding climate-warming into a 4th decade):


But now, in what perversely should be celebrated as good news for the Presena glacier (perversely because cooling has always, for time immemorial, meant pain and struggles for life and biodiversity on planet earth), evidence suggests that the Sun is slipping into its next cyclical-slumber, that spotless-days are returning, and that modern humans are on the cusp of the next bout of brutal COOLING–one brought on by historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow.

And unless you live in either the Arctic Circle, Alaska or Southern Greenland you won’t be spared from the sharp drop in temperatures:

Temp change between 1780 (a year of normal solar activity) and 1680 (a year within the depths of the Maunder Minimum) — NASA.


Above is NASA’s temperature reconstruction map from the Maunder Minimum (the previous GSM). It reveals that some regions of the planet actually warm during periods of ‘global’ cooling.

Today, we find that these same regions –the Arctic, Alaska, S. Greenland– are once again warming slightly, while the lower-latitudes are cooling. This phenomenon serves as further evidence that the period we’re entering is indeed one of solar-driven cooling.

Also note, there is no such thing as ‘global’ cooling — or ‘global’ warming for that matter. Nothing is simple when it comes to the climate, it doesn’t shift in one homogeneous blob. Instead, it is a frustratingly complex system containing cycles upon cycles, shifting jet stream flows/ocean currents, and alternating levels of cloud cover — and there is NO scientist on the planet that fully understands it (despite what the IPCC would have you believe).


Prepare for the COLD — learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

Even warm-mongers NASA see a chilly future, if you read between the lines.

Their forecast for this upcoming solar cycle (25) sees it as “the weakest of the past 200 years,” with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.


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