May radically reduce Earth’s human population … via crop failures, shortened growing-seasons, famine and disease.
Earth’s cyclical geomagnetic pole reversals affect all manner of atmospheric, evolutionary, and tectonic phenomena
Lloyd Martin Hendaye
Though correlation remains conjectural, Ice Age Now’s long-standing hypothesis that Earth’s cyclical geomagnetic pole reversals affect all manner of atmospheric, evolutionary, and continental-crust phenomena is playing well.
Approximately 12,000 years from the last such inflection-point (the Gothenburg event, succeeding Mungo 24-K YBP), Earth’s geomagnetic field now wanders-and-weakens once again.
Nearing the end of a 140-year “amplitude compression” rebound from the 500-year Little Ice Age that ended the 12,550-year Holocene Interglacial Epoch in AD 1350, global volcanism conjoined with periodic 102-kiloyear Pleistocene glaciations portends a major climatological chill-phase making nonsense of agenda-driven Global Climate Models’ (GCMs) fatuous blather over fifty years.
Without citing either the Little Ice Age Dalton Minimum c. 1790 – 1830 or Indonesia’s Tambora super-volcano “year without a summer” (1816), economist and hedge-fund manager Martin Armstrong warned in November 2019 that “It is global cooling, not warming, we should fear the most. ‘Climate change’ (Luddite/Mathusian sociopaths) may get their wish to radically reduce Earth’s human population … via crop failures, shortened growing-seasons, famine and disease.”
In Dante, ten ditches of Malébolge (Inferno’s 8th Circle) comprise levels of degradation from “panderers and seducers” to Falsifiers, Imposters, Schismatics, Thieves. From UEA’s Phil Jones to UPenn’s scrofulous Michael Mann, the chasm gapes.