Forecasting Global Unrest, Famine, Mass Migration, Increased Vulcanism, Flooding.
“Some of the material in this video are questionable,” says reader Charlie C., “but they do support the supposition that we are going towards a mini Ice Age.”
“The volcanoes and earthquakes may tend to make some people think the world is heating, but that is in error. The changes show tectonics are shifting, therefore they heat and cool more rapidly. I see the temp changes and cold records for Siberia, Russia and even parts of Europe and it only validates for me that the glaciation is coming.
“In the Midwest, it was in the 50’s during the day and 30’s at night. To some people that might not be strange, yet I know we will have a major shift in temps in the week coming. I like more consistent temps, because at those times my body adjusts accordingly.
“The mass media does not help, they scramble to tell information that one or two sources give them, instead of actual research. Time to prepare and ride the wave.”
In this video, John Casey challenges “global warming propaganda.”
“A growing number of climate scientists are seeing that global temperature data no longer sows a heating trend, and that most of the global warming predictions have failed to come true,” according to his video,
The earth has actually begun a period of rapid cooling as sunspot activity has begun a downward trend, says Casey. The reality is quite different between what the warmists predicted what is really happening with our climate.
The sun is the major driver of our climate, says astrophysicist Dr Willie Soon. The idea that carbon dioxide could drive the climate “is a complete false picture.”
The Little Ice Age has been attributed to low sunspot activity.
A period of sharply lower sunspot activity – the Wolf Minimum – began in 1280 and persisted until 1350.
That was followed by a period of even lower sunspot activity – the Sporer Minimum – which lasted from 1460 to 1550.
During the period 1645 to 1715, the low point of the Little Ice Age, the number of sunspots declined to zero for the entire time. This is known as the Maunder Minimum.
That was followed by another period of well-below-normal sunspot activity – the Dalton Minimum – from 1790 to 1830.