“The climate is now transitioning to a cooling trend.” – Salvatore del Prete
Geomagnetic field (weakening) is acting in concert with solar activity
Solar activity is moderated by the geomagnetic field
By Salvatore del Prete
I want to see how many people will be left believing the AGW theory by 2020, as the climate is now transitioning to a cooling trend.
Can you imagine a cooling climate trend with not only these so called high CO2 levels but maybe CO2 still increasing as the climate cools?
AGW theory has hi jacked naturally occurring climate changes. It is unfortunate that naturally occurring climatic changes were in a warming mode from 1850-2005, but that ended in full force in year 2018 and I feel the lag times are now sufficient. A period of 10+ years 2005-2017.
If one looks at the historical climatic records, what stands out is that this period of time in the climate is in no way unique in regards to the rate or magnitude of warming , and that the climate has done this many times before.
Not to mention the lack of correlation of the global climate versus CO2 concentrations and worse yet, CO2 is following the temperature, not leading it.
My theory suggests that this is the transitional year because the two solar requirements necessary for cooling are now in, which are 10+ years of sub solar activity in general (2005) and following that , a period of time of very low average value solar parameters (2018) which are equal to or exceed typical minimum solar values between sunspot cycles both in degree of magnitude change and duration of time.
My theory is simple. It states that very low minimal solar conditions will achieve cooling by causing the overall oceanic surface temperatures to cool, while at the same time causing the albedo of the earth to increase slightly.
Less UV/NEAR UV LIGHT translating to lower overall sea surface temperatures which, by the way, have been in a down trend for many months now.
There is a case for an increase in major explosive volcanic activity tied to an increase in galactic cosmic rays, while global cloud/snow cover increases, all tied to atmospheric circulation changes, changes in EUV light, and an increase in galactic cosmic rays. This, in turn, is due to low average value solar parameters such as the low solar wind, AP index, solar flux etc.
All of the given solar activity is moderated by the geomagnetic field which can act in concert or in opposition to solar. What makes this period of time more potent is that geomagnetic field (weakening) is acting in concert with solar activity.