Earth’s cyclical geomagnetic pole reversals affect all manner of atmospheric, evolutionary, and tectonic phenomena

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.


7 thoughts on “Earth’s cyclical geomagnetic pole reversals affect all manner of atmospheric, evolutionary, and tectonic phenomena”

  1. Just found references to a Karginsky Interstadial I’d not seen referenced before.

    It seems to be linked with questions about the Weichselian Ice sheet and it’s extent and dating and is an interstadial during the Last Glacial Maximum.

    Multidisciplinary study of a key section on the Laptev Sea Coast (Bykovsky Peninsula, east Lena Delta) in 1998–2001 provides the most complete record of Middle and Late Weichselian environments in the East Siberian Arctic. The 40-m high Mamontovy Khayata cliff is a typical Ice Complex section built of icy silts with a network of large syngenetic polygonal ice wedges, and is richly fossiliferous. In combination with pollen, plant macrofossil and mammal fossils, a sequence of ca 70 insect samples provides a new interpretation of the environment and climate of the area between ca 50 and 12 ka. The large number of radiocarbon dates from the section, together with an extensive 14C database on mammal bones, allows chronological correlation of the various proxies. The Bykovsky record shows how climate change, and the Last Glacial Maximum in particular, affected terrestrial organisms such as insects and large grazing mammals. Both during the presumed “Karginsky Interstadial” (MIS 3) and the Sartanian Glacial (MIS 2), the vegetation remained a mosaic arctic grassland with relatively high diversity of grasses and herbs and dominance of xeric habitats: the tundra-steppe type. This biome was supported by a constantly very continental climate, caused by low sea level and enormous extension of shelf land. Variations within the broad pattern were caused mainly by fluctuations in summer temperature, related to global trends but overprinted by the effect of continentality. No major changes in humidity were observed nor were advances of modern-type forest or forest-tundra recorded, suggesting a major revision of the “Karginsky Interstadial” paradigm. The changing subtypes of the tundra-steppe environment were persistently favourable for mammalian grazers, which inhabited the shelf lowlands throughout the studied period. Mammal population numbers were lowered during the LGM, especially toward its end, and then flourished in a short, but impressive peak in the latest Weichselian, just before the collapse of the tundra-steppe biome. Throughout MIS 3 and MIS 2, the climate remained very favourable for the aggradation of permafrost. No events of regional permafrost degradation were observed in the continuous Bykovsky sequence until the very end of the Pleistocene.

    It also seems that research is ongoing so no firm conclusions seem to have been arrived at for some parts of the research as I’ve also seen questions raised (ie: proper science), but I thought it might pique people’s interest and perhaps some of you will have heard and know a little more and be able to clarify. Sorry if the postings a little messy but it’s the first cup of coffe so far but wanted to put it up whilst still fresh in my mind. I mean evidence of variation in climate even during and Ice age, c’mon they’ll be telling the poor Green Terrorists next that the climate is always in a state of flux!

    My interest was stirred by a simple YouTube video of more Fossils being found in Siberia this time as a result of a flood exposing and making accessible parts of a river bank hitherto inaccessible. Beware cute fossils warning 😉

    Apologies again for the hurried post but am really interested if any of you have come across this phenomena before and could clarify it a little for me.

    A warm period during the LGM

  2. the hefty drop and the fast move of magnetic nth is probably THE biggie for lost birds and butterflies as well as the beaching by whales dolphins etc in the last few yrs
    but nooo
    the experts…want it to be climate change ffs!

  3. It is most unfortunate that so many people, most or our population and certainly our press, is so misinformed about climate change/global warming. Warm means food. High levels of Carbon Dioxide means food, lots of it. Cooling means starvation, disease, war and death.

    I don’t know if Pole shifts are indicators of climate change or the cause but I hate to see it. “The times they are a changing” as one musical poet named Bob Dylan would put it.

    Sadly I think there are those that look forward to the death and destruction these things bring. Cumo, did he purposely send people to die and kill others with their Covid? Many people on the left think that humans “hurt” the earth and the only way to stop it is to reduce the number of humans. They will welcom the death and descruction to come, that is until it comes for them.

    • NY Governor Andrew Cuomo sent the COVID patients back into the nursing homes for one reason: money. The NY League of Voluntary Hospitals sent Cuomo’s campaign fund a check for $400K to do it and relieve hospital overcrowding. Cuomo phrased his order as a “patients’ rights” issue for COVID patients, and other Democrat governors in MI, NJ and PA followed his example. The Republican Governor of FL, Ron DeSantis, did the reverse, sending elderly COVID patients to COVID-only nursing homes in order to protect the older population.

  4. Low sunspots correlate to the Coronal Holes which bombard earth in the form of a Magnetic Storm which affects Earth’s ferromagnetic core in the form of a Force.. which – just as the Sun and Moon have a gravitational impact upon Earth’s Oceans/Tides – so too, the enhanced magnetic force impacts upon Magma (which is Magnetic / Magnetite) – ‘pulling/forcing’ it outwards – creating / increasing Earthquake / Volcanic Activities – whose ejectae into e.g., the Stratosphere – such as SO2/Etc – diminishes Solar Irradiance which affects/cools Earth’s Temperature..

    Increases in Volcanic Activity are now being foretold via observations of Large Coronal Holes in line with Earth;

  5. Speaking of CO2, Proof from the Vostok, Antarctica Ice Core data clearly indicates CO2 levels lagging Temps by 100’s of Years. In other words, the narrative that CO2 drives Temperatures is utterly false… That said, any current rise/fall in CO2 levels of Today should be the result of a rise/fall in Temps 100’s of years ago…… A fall in Temps would impact upon Flora. Less Flora makes for Less CO2.. . As Temps rose, Flora increases are followed by CO2 levels increasing..

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