Natural cycles of the sun will bring worst cold in 200 years

Natural cycles of the sun will bring worst cold in 200 years

“May well reshape the future of humankind through massive global crop losses, social upheaval, and significant loss of life.” – John L. Casey

John CaseyNatural cycles of the sun will bring worst cold in 200 years”

By John L. Casey

Guest Columnist
The Orlando Sentinel
January 4, 2014

“We are not capable of addressing climate change.” Such was the lead-off sentence of the latest climate-change guest columnist Gregory Willits, in the December 24, 2013 edition of the Orlando Sentinel (“Let’s accept climate change and deal with it in a big way”). It was an accurate statement to be sure, but for all the wrong reasons.

Willits, an avowed “green” enthusiast, went on to strongly support the building of sea walls to keep out the predicted rising sea levels that the world’s greatest climate scaremonger Al Gore, has said will swamp most of Florida with 21 feet of sea water by the year 2100. Yes, we are not capable of addressing climate change — the truth about climate change, that is.

The truth of what is really happening to the climate vs. the United Nations and current U.S. government version is, however, a bit hard to accept after two decades of global warming propaganda. I know. It was for me in April 2007, after finishing some research into solar activity.

I had concluded that global warming was ending and a potentially dangerous cold climate was beginning. Such was my first public climate prediction with several more to follow.

My announcement then to the White House, Congress and the mainstream media was of course greeted with the expected indifference, ridicule, and even slander.

Now, it’s almost seven years later, and the track record of my Space and Science Research Corporation in making major climate-change predictions, is one of the best in the United States, according to public records.

To keep track of these predictions and the actual climate status of the Earth, the SSRC publishes the Global Climate Status Report. It is an authoritative, quarterly, apolitical, climate report published in the U.S., where anyone who wants the unvarnished status of the Earth’s climate can find it. The latest Dec. 10, 2013 edition shows that of 24 climate parameters, 18 show global cooling as the dominant trend. All may soon show a cooling trend.

My research, which incorporates climate data from government sources and the work of other researchers, shows that Earth’s global temperature average has had no effective growth for 16 years.

More important, the Earth’s oceans have been cooling for 10 years and the atmosphere for seven years. The global climate models of temperature and sea-level increases that the United Nations’ manmade global warming zealots have used to justify their actions are simply wrong by a wide margin — not just in my view, but in the views of many other researchers around the world.

According to the hard climate data and not the politics of climate change, global warming ended years ago, exactly when it was supposed to, according to natural cycles of the sun, the primary controller of climate change on Earth.

The next climate change to a long cold era may well reshape the future of humankind through massive global crop losses, social upheaval, and significant loss of life.

Scientists at the Russian Academy of Sciences have said a new “Little Ice Age” will start in 2014. The SSRC and many other scientists worldwide say that the worst cold in over 200 years is now upon us

Further, if this next cold climate behaves like the last similar one (1793-1830), then we may also see some of the worst-ever earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. The sun regulates more than we have been told.

The sea walls and numerous other barriers to the truth about the Earth’s climate status have already been built to enormous heights. We need no more.


John L. Casey, a former White House space program advisor and space shuttle engineer,  is author of the internationally acclaimed book, Cold Sun: A dangerous ‘hibernation’ of the Sun has begun!

“Dangerous cold is coming,” says Casey.  “Decades of dangerously cold weather.”

“In some of the coldest years during the next two-decades, global agricultural systems will start to fail, producing catastrophic shortages in the world’s food supplies.”

Unfortunately, I think Mr. Casey is correct. As I’ve been warning for years, I fear that we’ll be fighting in the streets for food long before we’re covered by ice.

Thanks to Sherry Moore for this article

20 thoughts on “Natural cycles of the sun will bring worst cold in 200 years

  1. Slowly but surely the message is starting to get out. A few degrees global warming was never going to cause massive death and destruction. The average temperature is still at the low end of what life will tolerate. Warming would improve plant coverage, make more land available for all life, and make the planet much more habitable. However, only a small reduction in the average temperature will make life on Earth very difficult. Increased glaciation will reduce the land available, plant-life will suffer, and many, many, people and animals will die as a result of cold and starvation.

    The only sensible hope is to reverse the ridiculous move towards “sustainable energy”, and build more coal, oil, and nuclear powerplants, and get into space to harvest energy from the sun directly. Only vast amounts of energy will enable us to take civilisation forward through a period of cooling, which is only a short time away.

    • More nuclear plants ? euuh did you hear about Tjernobyll? or fukushima ? We don t need to go into space to harvest energy, it is all around us, check out Nicolaj Tessla….

      • We need liquid sodium reactors that produce a gas at high temperature for turbines and which do not require a pressure vessel over the reactor, just a protective barrier. Also, thorium reactors are more economical and much safer for the environment. Nobody has died from Fukushima, nor have the workers developed cancer. Deaths occurred because of the hasty evacuation to run away from radiation levels equal to what people get exposed to in the Rocky Mountains daily.

  2. Even though it would be questionable whether or not we could “feed” 7 billion people with the space left for farming if we were to have another ice age, it certainly won’t be possible unless we address the shrinking acreage now, and not keep playing the global warming game designed to cull the poor, old, and ailing.

    • Rather amusing that you should post this article above your article “Scaring the World about its Climate” and for somebody to refer to a site which alleges the sun is going to reduce it’s heat by 70% !

    • I would guess that a 0.7% reduction in solar irradiance would be catastrophic. Even much smaller, barely measurable fluctuations apparently have major effects on earth’s climate. A 70% reduction would probably make our climate about like that of Titan or one of Jupiter’s moons — or, at best, Mars, and is about as believable as Al Gore’s predictions.

  3. in no doubt, if a Global food scarcity were to come about then people and resources WILL be directed to new temperate zones wherever new rainfall patters dictate.
    Arable land can be manufactured even on a desert by laying on soil dredged from silt and trucked in but especially on stepped terraces in Mountain ranges. Never been done of course because there was no need or too expensive, however history shows that as a species we will do whatever we have to do.
    Spending more on food and survival simply means spending less for instance on entertainment and leisure.

  4. “The sun regulates more than we have been told.”
    I believe the article below adds proof to the statement.
    I have copied a few paragraphs for those that don’t have the time to read the whole article.

    Although the article doesn’t mention it, I feel the Sun has an effect on the Pacific oscillation and may influence El Nino and La Nina patterns as well. Meanwhile, there are 40 volcanoes erupting today, while 6 months ago, there were only 30. Does the Sun influence volcanoes as well?

    Temperature fluctuations: Atlantic Ocean dances with the sun and volcanoes

    Natural fluctuations in the ocean temperature in the North Atlantic have a significant impact on the climate in the northern hemisphere. These fluctuations are the result of a complex dance between the forces of nature, but researchers at Aarhus University can now show that solar activity and the impact of volcanic eruptions have led this dance during the last two centuries.

    The results actually showed that during the last approximately 250 years — since the period known as the Little Ice Age — a clear correlation can be seen where the external forces, i.e. the Sun’s energy cycle and the impact of volcanic eruptions, are accompanied by a corresponding temperature fluctuation with a time lag of about five years.

    In the previous two centuries, i.e. during the Little Ice Age, the link was not as strong, and the temperature of the Atlantic Ocean appears to have followed its own rhythm to a greater extent.
    The results were recently published in the scientific journal Nature Communications.

    “An interesting new theory among solar researchers and meteorologists is that the Sun can control climate variations via the very large variations in UV radiation, which are partly seen in connection with changes in sunspot activity during the Sun’s eleven-year cycle. UV radiation heats the stratosphere in particular via increased production of ozone, which can have an impact on wind systems and thereby indirectly on the global ocean currents as well,” says Associate Professor Knudsen. However, he emphasises that researchers have not yet completely understood how a development in the stratosphere can affect the ocean currents on Earth.

  5. We’ll finally be able to enjoy cool temperatures, (your autumn temperatures) here in the Philippines, but at the price of sharing our country with perhaps hundreds of millions of refugees from Russia, China, the Koreas, Mongolia, Japan and all the other countries up north.

    • If we descend into another Dalton Minimum, much less a Maunder Minimum or real ice age, western Canada and northern wheat-growing areas in the States like eastern Washington could cease to be a “bread basket” in just a few years. In a few decades, Canada and the northern tier of states might have to largely evacuate, except for a few coastal areas. Times of mass migrations in the past, caused by cooling and changing drought patterns, have been times of mass social upheavals and wars. “Interesting times,” as the Chinese say. Meanwhile, the geniuses in power prepare us for warming and feather their nests….

  6. What is genuinely frightening is to read Mark Leibovich’s expose on Washington DC and its prevailing mindset in “This Town”. It’s a wake-up call for one’s individual action, inasmuch as he reveals the utter cluelessness of our feckless leaders.

  7. It is interesting that the New Madrid fault moved during the last 206 year Bi-Centennial cycle: Dalton. I wonder what the prediction will be that it will move this time. The last time it moved, the Mississippi River flowed north.

  8. Interesting but quite scary times indeed.The climate is changing here in the southern Philippines.Except for its northernmost provinces,Mindanao is usually typhoon free and way below the typhoon belt where typhoons usually pass.During 1996-2010 only six typhoons made landfall here in Mindanao but in just 28 months there had been 9 typhoons since 2011.We are now starting to get accustomed to having storm signal warnings that we once just saw happening in the northern parts of the Philippines.January 2014 was also very cold, here in Davao we reached 22 C There are also more flash flood events due to torrential rain and stronger breezes.Now there is another off season typhoon coming here.

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