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Wettest Seattle since 1900, Driest Australia since 1903 — Repeating Cycles to blame, not CO2

We humans need to play the blame game, we love a scapegoat — there are few things more satisfying than hanging a complex worldly issue on a singular, easy-to-understand hook.

The term ‘Climate Change’ has been hijacked by the activists, that’s clear now.

These ill-informed marionettes are being controlled by the UN & IPCC via the MSM; manipulated into hanging ALL extreme weather events on the man-made carbon dioxide emission ‘hook’.

This CO2 explanation, however, is an affront to science and logic as ALL historical and proxy data points to the fact that this trace gas (0.04%) has only-ever been beneficial to our planet, increasing the quality of life and biodiversity.

Levels of the stuff were once 6,000+ ppm, and, as a result, life exploded! While contrastingly, atmospheric concentrations were very recently as low as 180 ppm, and life began to struggle. If levels ever dipped below 150 ppm then plants and creatures would cease to exist as we know them.

There is no ‘controllable’ bogeyman out there, no matter how much tax you pay — this is a myth.

Humans are powerless against the cycles of the cosmos — in particular, those of the sun.

The best we can do is prepare accordingly, and ride any catastrophe out.

Wettest Seattle since 1900

Seattle residents woke up to their wettest December 20 in 119 years on Friday, as an atmospheric river soaked the city with heavy rain, leading to floods, landslides, and traffic disruptions.

More than 3 inches (78 mm) wound-up falling, busting the previous record of 2 inches (51 mm) set back in 1900, according to the NSW Seattle:


This, like all events in nature, is a repeating cycle.

You need look no further than the sun for a clear and obvious correlation:

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The year 1900 falls within the minimum between low solar cycles 13 and 14, cycles very similar to 24 — the one we currently find ourselves in the minimum of.

Driest Australia since the 1891-1903 ‘Megadrought’

A hotter climate means an increase in water evaporation. This results in drier soils and thirstier livestock. 

Australia’s dirt has been baked-red by the sun’s routine scorching, and the intensity of these ‘bakes’ is –surprise-surprise– also cyclic, again matching up perfectly with solar output.

The ‘once in a century drought’, which ran from 1891 to 1903, caused an ecosystem collapse affecting more than a third of the country.

The drought was one of the world’s worst recorded ‘megadroughts’, which at its peak saw much of the country receive less than 40 percent of its annual rainfall, with 1902 remaining the driest year on record.

CSIRO researcher Dr. Robert Godfree said: “In New South Wales, most rivers stopped flowing and dust storms filled dams, buried homesteads and created ghost towns as people fled.”

“Wildlife and stock starved or died of thirst. Native birds and mammals died under trees, in creeks, and on the plains.

“Tens of millions of sheep and cattle were killed, and hundreds of millions of rabbits died of starvation after stripping the landscape of its plant life,” Godfree said.

History is repeating:

The ‘megadrought’ of 1891-1903 falls within weak solar cycles 12 and 14, cycles very similar to the one we’re currently in the record-deep solar minimum of now — 24:

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This may seem counter intuitive — low solar activity = a drier/hotter Australia?

But the factors at play aren’t merely the heat coming off the sun.

When solar wind is reduced, earth’s defenses against incoming radiation (our magnetosphere) is also weakened. Galactic Cosmic Rays from the cosmos continue to bombard and penetrate our atmosphere while our defenses are lowered, and the impact these particles have on our climate is huge.

And there are many cascading factors at play — for more on a few of them, including cloud seeding, see the articles below, or for more on the changing jet stream, keep scrolling:


2019’s extreme weather events have ALL happened before — a serious spanner in the AGW works.

If today’s climate scientists were permitted to conduct unbiased studies looking back further than 1979, an unalarming picture would emerge, with the sun holding the key.

If you still believe in the catastrophic man-made CO2 theory, there are only three possibilities in my mind: 1) you haven’t done your research, 2) you have no integrity, or 3) you’re an idiot.

Changing Jet Stream

Intensifying swings-in-extremes are in the weather forecast globally, for all of us, as historically low solar activity continues to weaken the jet stream, reverting its usual tight zonal flow to more of a wavy meridional one:


And depending on what side of the jet stream you’re on, you’re either in for debilitating polar cold or anomalous tropical heat.

This week in the NH, for example,the majority of North America is suffering well-below average temperatures, while much of Europe is experiencing unusually mild conditions. And in the SH, South America is suffering anomalous cold, while Australia currently bakes.

The full picture is never revealed by the MSM, their agenda-driven reporting allows only for one side of the story — heat and drought.

But the truth, regardless of what side of the jet stream you’re on, is that both of these setups can negatively impact crop production. And we’re already witnessing dramatic falls in yield and quality across the breadbaskets of the world — the price of wheat, for example, is now at a four-and-a-half year high, and rising fast.

An intensification of this meridional jet stream flow is in all of our futures, and the phenomenon isn’t caused by increasing –and wholly beneficial– atmospheric CO2 levels.

No, it isn’t you or me that’s causing this climate shift, it’s the sun — as it always has been:


Overall, global average temperatures are falling in line with this historically low solar activity, and glacial advance has once again kicked-in.

Heatwaves will always still occur –the evidence suggests they could even become more extreme– although the waves will be short lived and/or localized to regions residing ‘under’ the JS.

Don’t fall for NOAA’s or the BOM’s politicized, warm-mongering, UHI-ignoring temperature datasets — our future is one of ever-descending cold, crop loss and struggle.

Prepare accordingly — grow your own.

NASA has recently stated the upcoming cycle (25) will be “the weakest of the past 200 years”:


With solar cycle 25 likely just a stop-off on the sun’s descent into it’s next Grand Solar Minimum:


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4 Thoughts to “Wettest Seattle since 1900, Driest Australia since 1903 — Repeating Cycles to blame, not CO2”

  1. boron

    “Us humans need…”
    We humans need

  2. John Engleman

    Finally! An adult in the room.

  3. Sapaud

    “Driest Australia since 1903” – We should not forget the geoengineering criminals.
    “1 December 2019 This shows how the rain is blocked coming into Australia.” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIL0hmbaqy0

  4. Anonymous

    At one point you’re saying that ‘Lower solar activity = a drier/hotter Australia’
    On the other hand: During the Grand Solar Minimum (with very few sunspots) the temperature will drop

    So is a lower solar activity causing a higher or a lower temperature?

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