“The sun is the primary source of heat for the Earth… This is worth keeping in mind when the Secretary General of the United Nations or any other lying politician or alleged scientist tell you otherwise.”
Research shows that glaciers can expand in the ‘blink of an eye’ geologically.
We could even be headed for a Dalton or Maunder-type minimum, the coldest part of the Little Ice Age.
“Ice ages have cyclically occurred roughly every 10,000 years, with a new one actually due around now.”
During each of the 18 deep solar minima of Maunder type
Solar cycle 24 showing signs that we could be entering a new Maunder minimum anytime soon.
Recently, astrophysicist Piers Corbyn forecast that we’re headed into a Little Ice Age. He made that forecast because circulation patterns are beginning to look like the Maunder and Dalton Minimums.
The Dalton Minimum, a period of low solar activity named after English meteorologist John Dalton, lasted from about 1790 to 1830, says this article on Wikipedia.
“Like the Maunder Minimum and Spörer Minimum,” the article continues, “the Dalton Minimum coincided with a period of lower-than-average global temperatures. The Oberlach Station in Germany, for example, experienced a 2.0°c decline over 20 years.”
“The precise cause of the lower-than-average temperatures during this period is not well understood.”
Not well understood? Do you suppose the fact that it was “a period of low solar activity” might have had something to do with it?
The prime reason for that particular cold spike, says Wikipedia, was the colossal eruption of Mount Tambora in Indonesia, one of the two largest eruptions in the past 2000 years, and which caused the Year Without a Summer in 1816.
In other words, the The Year Without a Summer occurred during the Dalton Minimum.
“Recent papers have suggested,” the article continues, “that a rise in volcanism was largely responsible for the cooling trend.”
I contend that the rise in volcanism was triggered by the low sunspot count. With that in mind, I think we should be preparing for ever more volcanic activity as we enter this new sunspot minimum.
See entire article:
Thanks to John the 1st for this link
“Looking at the Wikipedia chart on the Dalton minimum,” says John, “it appears that yearly sunspot totals were less than 100. So 100 divided by 365 gives you .27 of a sunspot per day.”
“Little Ice Age (Maunder-Dalton) circulation patterns are emerging and more rapid world cooling is taking over,”
Japanese researchers think the sun may be entering a period of unusual magnetic changes that could result in lower temperatures on Earth.
We experienced “a dramatic fall in activity” in February,