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Professor Valentina Zharkova Breaks Her Silence and CONFIRMS “Super” Grand Solar Minimum

Professor Valentina Zharkova gave a presentation of her Climate and the Solar Magnetic Field hypothesis at the Global Warming Policy Foundation in October, 2018. The information she unveiled should shake/wake you up.

Zharkova was one of only two scientists to correctly predict solar cycle 24 would be weaker than cycle 23 — in fact, only 2 out of 150 models predicted this.

Zharkova’s models have run at a 97% accuracy and now suggest a Super Grand Solar Minimum is on the cards beginning 2020.

Grand Solar Minimums are prolonged periods of reduced solar activity, and in the past have gone hand-in-hand with times of global cooling.

The last time we had a GSM (the Maunder Minimum) only two magnetic fields of the sun went out of phase.

This time, all four magnetic fields are going out of phase.

Here’s a great (and relatively brief) video explanation of Zharkova’s presentation from Diamond and Lee Wheelbarger:

And here’s the presentation in full:

If the world was looking for an Epiphany moment, this should be it.

Even if you believe the IPCC’s worst case scenario, Zharkova’s analysis blows any ‘warming’ out of the water.

Lee Wheelbarger sums it up: “even if the IPCC’s worst case scenarios are seen, that’s only a 1.5 watts per square meter increase. Zharkova’s analysis shows a 8 watts per square meter decrease in TSI to the planet.

Forget the arguments, debates and attempts to win over AGW alarmists — and just prepare.

Time is almost up.

Super Grand Solar Minimum + Pole Shift

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49 Thoughts to “Professor Valentina Zharkova Breaks Her Silence and CONFIRMS “Super” Grand Solar Minimum”

  1. Darlene

    So what can anyone do to prepare. Me and my family live in Minnesota.

    1. Earthmama

      Head south. I don’t know how far but I would guess that MN is way too far north for survival.

      1. Christopher Cummings

        Survival food, backup generator, lots of wood.

        1. John Tidball

          It won’t happen

          1. goodspkr

            Ah, a religious reply from a AGW believer.

          2. Harrison Bergeron

            Explain why every single climate model since 1988 has been proven wrong by measured temperatures. Explain why sea level has never risen more slowly in the last 13,000 years. Explain why hurricanes, tornadoes, droughts, monsoons, and fires have been less intense in the last decade than at any time in recorded history. Explain why every single aspect of your religion has been scientifically proven false.

            Shut up. Go away. Hopefully you freeze to death before we execute you for crimes against humanity for supporting the AGW hoax.

          3. Matt

            Harrisom… wtf?

            Hurricanes,tornadoes, and fires have increased in intensity DRAMATICALLY over the last decade. Wtf are you talking about?

            I’m not saying that’s because of global warming (most likely weather manipulation technologies) but get your facts straight…

          4. Odin_bru

            At Matt, just checked on tornados, 2014 was record low in number of in US, 2018 was second lowest on record…Accuweather article

          5. Anonymous

            its already happening,so i guess u were wrong,45 volcanos in activity 2021 now,u wished u prepared now all haters of preppers,good luck anyways

          6. batman

            I see a very clear increasing tendency in tornadoes


    2. Dan

      Look at the maximum extent of the Laurentide ice sheet 10,000 years ago, decide how far away from its return you want to be, and move there.

      1. Mark

        Well, the cold will come, but the ice is centuries behind. Millennia even.

        1. Piper

          Ask the former Vikings of Greenland how long for cooling to make their foothold unlivable. They went from herd animals to subsisting on seabirds in a short time period.

    3. wally palo

      Move either to San Diego or southern Florida.

      1. Froggy

        San Diego is closed.

      2. D

        Espanol Necesita se habla

        1. Espanol Necesita? Nope. Manifest Destiny Redux.

    4. gbaikie

      “So what can anyone do to prepare. Me and my family live in Minnesota.”

      I would say it is not going to be as bad as Little Ice Age, which ended in 1850 AD.
      And roughly speaking, you probably used to cold weather and you might get more of it.

      We are in warmer period than compared to when we last had the last grand min [500 years ago] and that why I say it will or can not be a bad as Little Ice Age.
      But in next few years, probably or maybe worst winter weather and growing season could have higher chance to start later in the year. But I would not say one will get the worst winters, then you had in the recent past, though I would say you have greater chance that you might.
      I would not expect a mild winter- though with current weather it’s already cold, and you were probably not expecting a mild winter.
      And roughly I think it will take decades, assuming it’s correct, to have more severe effects as compared to a typical bad winter.

      1. Aidan Donnelly

        Every ‘warm cycle’ since the Minoan Warm Period has been short and cooler, every cold cycle following it has been colder and longer. Why do you think the patter is not going to continue this time?

    5. Francesco Zerilli

      Do what you normally do in winters in Minnesota, just stock more wood for the fireplace and start calling all the Global Warming predictors and ask them to shut up and help you shovel………..

    6. Francesco Zerillio

      Hopefully the cold will chase your non indigenous Somali squatters back to where they came from……….With that being said, just stock up on more firewood and hope the GW Alarmists are willing to help you shovel…….LOL!

    7. John Roberts

      You will have to move south or learn to live like an Inuit.

  2. William Davison

    We need the Zharkova powerpoint file and a transcript of both the her presentation and the questions

    1. John

      Yes please and thank you.

  3. Markgm

    Keep an eye on this fellow (et al) as well. Big presentation in Feb.

  4. Doug

    Burn Baby! BURN! (California may be a good start?)

    Get as much CO2 in to the atmosphere as possible just in case it does trap heat …. the other upside is that the higher CO2 level will assist with plant growth even as temperatures fall.

    Otherwise – clear out the tropics and move the dominant (white?) society there into not so cold climes?

    (Tongue just slightly in cheek!)

    1. Klaar Erzwinger

      “Get as much CO2 in to the atmosphere as possible just in case it does trap heat …” Chlorofluorocarbons too.

    2. BB

      Actually set off some nukes on the north continental shelves of Russia and Alaska and kick off the methane clathrates in the ice up there.

      Methane is WAY better for trapping heat.

  5. Abelard Lindsey

    Hos cold is it supposed to get according to her models? Is this like the Maunder Minimum? Or is it something worse?

  6. Fred Thompson

    I want all the alarmist heads on pikes.

    1. Hi

      Did you consider the co2 footprint of such en endeavour ? You monster.

      1. Chuck Carmichael

        It’s ok, they’re vegan pikes.

        1. Petrichor

          Pike is a fish as well as a weapon. Disambiguate?

  7. Alec Rawls

    Dot the Great White North with the dirtiest coal burning plants we can, designed to maximize soot production so if needed they can be fired up to dust the downwind snow with black for hundreds of miles, absorbing solar radiation and inducing melting.

    Where there are towns close enough for electricity transmission to be cost effective include generation and a clean-burning mode for summer use. Otherwise only bother with enough generation to maintain the facility.

    Don’t wait. Have them in place and ready to fire up. Very rapid deep cooling episodes are clear in the geologic record. This is a more immediate known existential threat than the planet-killer asteroid and it is amenable to low tech solution. I have been urging this for 15 yrs. What are we waiting for?

  8. Tom

    The “solutions” for Global Freezing are the same as for Global Warming: raise Americans’ taxes, and restrict Americans’ productivity. The Democrats have it all figured out.

  9. DaveS

    For those who say the cold will come on slowly I have a question. Why are mammoth carcasses still being dug up in Siberia? Apparently when the last “real” ice age came on it came on so suddenly that there was no escape for the animals living there.

    1. Meremortal

      Climbers who died in snow 30 years ago are found encased in ice all the time. The cold didn’t run the Mammoths down in stride and encase them in ice. It happens over a few years and is not indicative of climate change, just normal temp variability within all the shorter and longer cycles.

      1. DT

        In Czechoslovakia there is a farmer who has found 1000s of Mammoths on his land. This is just not a case of ‘a body of a human who died was found frozen in the snow’. This is ‘the entire population of the species suddenly froze in the snow’.

        In case you don’t perceive the difference, Mammoths are extinct and humans aren’t.

        1. Aidan Donnelly

          Many mammoths were found with undigested grasses still in heir stomachs – pretty fast deaths I would say

    2. gbaikie

      I know of no evidence we are entering a glacial period within a century.

      But would say one can get warm decades when in glacial period or entering a glacial period. Just we have periods of warmer temperature in polar regions which can last for couple decades. Or in 1920’s there newspaper reports of dramatically warmer arctic, and then it cooled rather getting warmer and warmer, as was wildly predicted in newspaper reports.
      And generally that during glacial period one gets more severe weather and more wide fluctuation in seasonal “climate”.
      Plus in terms of dating thousands of years ago, dating accurately within a decade of time is generally not possible.
      Also I remember reading fast warming and fast cooling relate the Younger Dryas:
      “The Younger Dryas was the most recent and longest of several interruptions to the gradual warming of the Earth’s climate since the severe Last Glacial Maximum, c. 27,000 to 24,000 years BP. The change was relatively sudden, taking place in decades, and it resulted in a decline of 2 to 6 degrees Celsius (3.6 to 10.8 degrees Fahrenheit) and advances of glaciers and drier conditions, over much of the temperate northern hemisphere”

      That was coming out of glacial period, and reversal.
      So it’s leaving glacial period rather than entering glacial period- and lot of debate about hows and whys- including idea it was related to impactor event, but generally thought caused by some kind interruption of ocean circulation.
      Or I would say if get something like it, occurring, probably the least of our concern will be change in temperatures, it’s event which causes it, which probably be the main concern- vast flooding or whatever.

  10. Dave S.

    Will the cold come on suddenly or slowly?

    1. Cap Allon

      The evidence suggest full glacial severity can begin within just 20 years.
      And there can also be ‘intense cold events’ that sweep an area instantaneously, freezing animals where they graze.

  11. The grand solar minimum runs from 2020 to 2053, not for 350-400 years!

    Will it get cold?…mm, yes, a little. But you can stay where you are, no need to flee. This is not the magnitude of the mauder minimum.

  12. Swede55

    Stop geoengineering spraying.

  13. richarda

    “So what can anyone do to prepare.” Start by actually listening and reading.
    Then, avoid those somehow equating this with a forecast of an “ice age”.
    As the Professor said, we will know within five years and maybe by 2020. I’d guess that already this trumps the CO2 heating calculation, and that’s going to take time to unwind.

  14. henk korbee

    Please stop talking about climate change. Keep the environment a bit clean, that’s all. Independent of getting cold or warm we have to adopt all kind of changes in our environment. Is climate now the new ideology in wetsern world as communisme, capitalisme, liberalisme, socialisme atheisme theisme and all ism’s from the past have failed due to nature of human beings, So what remain to do is blaming human beings as they are the final cause of bad everything. Separate science from poltics just as religion and politics, otherwise you’ll get a mess. Remark: all most all scientist do forget that thay aren’t capable to consider and reconsider complexity like the earth-universe

  15. Barry

    The problem is not being buried in ice the problem is a cooling climate that prevents food production as we now know it. This could happen over the time span of a few decades. Losing just ten or fifteen frost free days in the northern hemisphere would practically put most of the world in a starvation mode.

  16. GeorgiaOrwell

    I would like to predict that when the temps noticeably drop around 2025 our technocratic-transhumnan CC fear mongerers will say ‘ see, all those lockdowns and carbon restrictions worked!! We have saved the planet from getting tooooo hot! Let’s have some more.” Or will Bill Gates pretend the cloud coverage is his ‘blocking out the sun’ technology and lay claim to saving the planet.

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