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Mongolia suffering “most extreme winter on record” + Animals Freeze Solid in neighboring Kazakhstan

The record cold currently sweeping much of our planet is NOT due to anthropogenic global warming, and the impressive snow-mass currently building is NOT at all linked to an increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide — given the ludicrous mainstream claims of late, I felt I should start with that.

To recap: low solar activity is weakening the jet streams reverting their flow to more of a wavy “meridional” one which is dragging polar cold anomalously far south in the NH, and usually far north in the SH. Added to this, reduced solar output also results in an influx of cloud-nucleating cosmic rays, and with clouds being Earth’s sunshade this further amplifies the cooling, as well as increasing localized precipitation. While thirdly, building snowpack and advancing glacial ice is increasing the albedo effect. These are just three of the ‘known’ forcings at play, there are of course many more, including a volcanic uptick, and a reduction in TSI.

Following the stark global temperature drop at the end of 2020, record cold is persisting across much of the Northern Hemisphere: transcontinental Russia is currently locked under a mass of brutal Arctic air which has driven temperature departures 20C below what were already harsh winter averages.

A weak and wavy jet stream has driven this polar chill as far south as India and China where record-high LNG imports have been called upon to help stave off the cold.

Between Russia and China resides the huge nations of Mongolia and Kazakhstan–huge in terms of “total area” that is, with the latter being the ninth largest country on the planet at 2,749,900 km2.

Mongolia is facing one of its “most extreme winters on record,” reports media.ifrc.org, with lows of -50C (-58F) suffered for days and weeks on end. And looking ahead, local forecasts are calling for an intensification of the cold.

The extreme wintry winter –known as dzud— threatens the health and livelihoods of thousands of Mongolian herders living in the country’s remote central and southern provinces, and as a result the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies has release preemptive emergency funds to assist some 2,000 vulnerable herder families.

Mongolian Red Cross distributing relief ahead of the intensifying dzud.

Laughably though, the Mongolian Red Cross is blaming this year’s extreme winter on ‘global warming’, with their Secretary General Bolormaa Nordov saying: “Simply waiting for disasters to strike is no longer an option. Climate change is bringing more frequent and severe disasters and our anticipatory action approach is helping communities move from reacting after extreme weather events to preparing before these emergencies.”

Both “global warming” and “COVID-19” being suffered in Mongolia.

Meanwhile in neighboring Kazakhstan, ‘anthropogenic global warming’ has been busy freezing animals to death.

Eerie videos are appearing online showing hares, dogs, sheep and foxes all frozen solid amid plunging temperatures of as low as -56C (-68F)the scenes resemble the ‘mummified’ Siberian mammoths found with food still in their mouths during the onset of the previous Ice Age.

The authenticity of the above video has been called into question, but animals frozen ‘upright’ –the main gripe of those doubting the footage– is not unprecedented (plus I’m not convinced a person could be so unhinged as to set this up). Below is another video from Kazakhstan, shot back in 2018:

The freezing conditions come just days after a thermometer in remote Siberia logged a low of -58.3C (-73F). And while the official weather station in Oymyakon, a rural locality of the Sakha Republic, Russia recently surpassed that with a low of -59C (-74.2F), locals were adamant the mercury sank lower: their thermometers reportedly bottomed-out at -67C (-88.6F) which, if correct, would be among the coldest temps ever recorded in the Northern Hemisphere, coming perilously close to the only recently confirmed all-time NH low of -69.6C (-93.3F) observed in Greenland on Dec. 22, 1992.

The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among other forcings).

Both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with NOAA saying we’re entering a ‘full-blown’ Grand Solar Minimum in the late-2020s, and NASA seeing this upcoming solar cycle (25) as “the weakest of the past 200 years”, with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Furthermore, we can’t ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.

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

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