Projecting a near-term reversion to an “Ice Time”

Due to cover 70% of Earth’s habitable landmasses with ice sheets two miles thick.


Projecting a near-term reversion to an “Ice Time”

Lloyd Martin Hendaye

In October 2018, Russian researcher Valentina Zharkova presented her Climate – Solar Magnetic Field (C-SMF) correlation model to Britain’s Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF). So much for “consensus”: Nine months later, out of 150 models Zharkova’s was one of only two correctly predicting that Solar Cycle 24 (serialized from 1755) would prove much weaker than Cycle 23 (ended December 2008, 12.3 years from August 1995).

Not only does Mde. Zharkova’s work make nonsense of hyper-politicized Green Gang “anthropogenic warming”, but from December 2017 Australian researcher Robert Holmes’ peer-reviewed Molar Mass Version of the Ideal Gas Law has definitively refuted any possible CO2 connection to climate variations: Where GAST Temperature T = PM/Rp, any planet’s near-surface global Temperature derives from its Atmospheric Pressure P times Mean Molar Mass M over its Gas Constant R times Atmospheric Density p.

Skewed by the 1,200-year Younger Dryas “cold shock” of BC 10,950 – 9,450, we assert that the 12,250-year Holocene Interglacial Epoch from 14,400 YBP (BC 12,400) ended 12,250+3,500-12,250 = AD 1350, coincident with Kamchatka’s strato-volcano Kambalny Eruption precipitating a 500-year Little Ice Age through AD 1850/1890.

Now on the threshold of a 70+ year “dead sun” Grand Solar Minimum similar to that of 1645 – 1715, mounting evidence projects geologically near-term reversion to a cyclically recurrent Pleistocene Ice Time due to cover 70% of Earth’s habitable landmasses with ice sheets two miles thick.

39 thoughts on “Projecting a near-term reversion to an “Ice Time””

  1. I do hope they are wrong about the 70% coverage and I think that while that may happen because so much of habitable land mass is in the far Northern Hemisphere but the ice will require huge amounts of water from our oceans. That reduction in water in the ocean will expose many thousands of square miles of what we now call continental shelf. Our coastal cites will be inland.

    Ice ages happen. We’ve never watched one happen so we don’t really know just how fast they happen but I recommend if you are in areas covered by ice in the past, MOVE SOUTH NOW.

    I am not 100% convinced that mankind will be helpless in restraining the ice but maybe I am 99% convinced. I do believe mankind will try a few things to hold back the ice such as seeding the snow with soot to help it melt but it is such a large scale problem I don’t foresee anything working. Even if we are able to melt a few miles of ice how do we extend the growing season. How do we get into the wet fields that are too cold for seeds to germinate in? It isn’t looking like a pretty situation.

    Man didn’t really progress much until there was warming. I hope that doesn’t mean we will regress and turn into hunters and gatherers again.

    I feel sorry for the billions of people who will not be able to eat or stay warm. Burning windmill blades will perhaps help but not for long and I don’t think you can eat them. I wonder who will scrape all the ice from the solar cells.

  2. glad Im old enough to not be round if the ice is;-)
    hope to be here long enough to see the warmists eat their words and have to be accountable for the waste of lives and funds that should be used in a balanced way for ALL eventualities not just “warmist” agendas.

  3. Cool article, literally.

    The message would be more clear, however, with better sentence structures. I had to reread a bunch of the sentences to see if they had subject, verb and object.

    Really good article, though. If the author needs help fashioning palatable sentence structures, I would be happy to help. Half of my job is word-smithing. The other half is interpreting features of human biology, i.e. I’m a pathologist. The message is very important and it would be a shame if the message is obscured by almost unreadable sentence structures.

    • So many people with college educations cannot read, spell or do simple math these days. So, it is maddening to try to decipher what these so-called literary giants put forth and call it insightful science. Just read books that have been given the seal of excellence by the Pulitzer corporation and clearly those people cannot read either.

  4. Just wondering if you are living in a location you would consider safe for coming years or if you are planning on relocating? Do you think the elite are aware of the coming cold? If so have you speculated as to why they have not told us to let us prepare? Will they be safe in underground bunkers in the US and Europe?

      • Robert, these numbers do not make sense to me. It may be a typo but it does not jive, at least the way I am looking at it:

        12,250+3,500-12,250 = AD 1350

        A question that has been rolling around in my head is:

        Is there a correlation between this coming ice age and the absolute frenzy the globalists seem to be in to dismantle the US as it exists at present?

    • If those bunkers wind up under the ice sheets the elites can kiss their butts good bye. The ice will force the surrounding rock layers down and crush their underground hotels. Game over! Extreme wealth and intelligence don’t always go together.

    • Hopefully I’m living in a location that will be in the front line of glaciation – Norway. Actually I’m living in the least snowiest part ( just south of Bergen) so I should have a ringside seat!

    • Emily, just think for a moment and you will understand. If 40% or more of the agricultural areas are going to be “non-productive” due to unusability, do you think that 100% of the current population can be supported? We are treated like mushrooms – kept in the dark and fed b#4lsh!t because of that.

      Population reduction is the main reason for the war on carbon fuels, as is the push to electrify every home. A “dead electric grid” in a cold winter equals millions of dead people, mostly old, disabled, poor, and other forms of infirmity. It may be stark and seemingly inhuman, but culling the race by any means to a number that will be supportable in the long run is going to be equally stark and inhuman.

      But realize that whether something is done or not, Mother Nature WILL cull the race to a survivable number. Whether or not civilization survives will depend on the actions that the race itself takes. Sooner or later, someone is going to step up and be, as “W” once called himself, “The Decider,” and that person will have to make the hard decisions on how to choose those whose genes will carry the race forward, and those that will end up in the “dead genes pool.”

    • hi Emily
      oh the elites are well aware, the 2018? maybe 17 Davos mongrelmeeting had cooling as a topic- they want us to die off, have you seen the georgia guidestones?
      the proposed humans to inhabit their chosen earth is 500k ?or so
      like all the warmist/agw devotes following the club of Romes scam they of course are the approved/chosens and everyone else is dross or works for them.
      which if you stand back and take a look on humanity as an outsider is exactly what IS already happening
      the mega corps have land water food housing and everything you need to survive all sewn up
      almost…theres a few of us have woken up and do have some ability to bypass their system, but its not within anyones ability to avoid it entirely
      , and they know it.

    • The 2012? Bilderberg summit was about “Global Cooling” There was discussion about food security, and other what if there are a series of crop failure discussions. Shortly after this meeting, the U.S. government went on a procurement spree and bought millions of MRE’s (military “meals, ready to eat”) and over 1.6 Billion rounds of .40 cal. ammunition, and other ammunition, claiming it was all for target practice, but it would take 40 years for the existing agents to burn through all the ammo at 50 rounds per week. Of course the conspiracy bugs went nuts over the news. Who knows why so much ammo and MRE’s were ordered. There is lots of speculation going in all kinds of directions, and I don’t think we will ever get a rationale for it that people will buy.

  5. Well, my neighborhood used to be under 2 miles of ice, so that sucks. Michigan does like Ice Fishing. Need to buy a longer drill 😉

  6. I think the Ice Age cycle is on track with no change or effect from humans. The trace gas CO2 is not slowing the cooling of planet earth since the Holocene Optimum – the highest temps achieved during the interglacial.

    See this chart:

    Can humans change the climate? Solar radiation is 175,000 Terrawatts per hour and human energy use is 160,000 Tw per year. Probably not.

    See this graphic:

    If you can’t affect the heat equation of earth then can you really change the climate?

  7. Luckily for us, it takes a while for ice sheets to build up. The Canadians can all move to the new land that will form off the coast of Florida as the sea level falls. The Québécois can make Florida the first trilingual state in the US!

    • I’m more concerned about giant snow storms than with ice build up because it takes about 100 feet of snow to eventually compress into one foot of ice. I fear that giant snowstorms could eventually become the norm.

  8. That was a magnetic reversal 23,000 years ago that triggered the last major ice age, correct? I think it was the Mono lake reversal?

    • No the last Glacial Advance start 160K years ago with an abrupt fall from the Previous Interglacial Spike, that interglacial wasn’t affected by a series of Younger Dryas events which stunted our Holocene Interglacial.
      The shape in temperature of the Glacial Period is a massive dip at the beginning and then a very slow series of step-ups probably linked to Orbital changes coinciding with our Sun’s periodic increases in activity of both energy and gravitational impacts on the Earth’s Tectonic plates.
      Robert has suggested that the tipping point period is in as little as 20 years before many of the current worlds breadbasket areas cease to be productive.
      A 60 ft drop or 10 Fathoms in sea leval would end the majority of a our sea bourne Trading activities.
      In a hundred years:
      A 120 ft drop in sea leval would close the gap between the UK and France at Dover.
      Dogger Bank would become low lying salt marsh.

  9. It’s time to build an addition to my woodshed. and start cutting and splitting wood to fill it up. Going to need it.

    • coal might be cheap and plentiful although smellier and harder to keep burning in most fireplaces, i remember a fauklty flue and a nasty event using coal briquettes in my younger years
      the entire room behind the fireplace had to be aired for weeks and all the clothes bedding washed repeatedly to remove the stink;-(
      you could easily understand the old london peasoupfog and issues when they burnt coal at home

      • Might be true but it is the smell of warm, cozy room. Like the new Chanel flavor of years to come.

  10. I agree, James Pisano. I spot serious writing errors in 95% of what I read online. I blame the Dolsch, or Look Say, or Sight Word, or whatever trendy name it’s called by this year, method of reading instruction.
    I started learning reading in 1956, so I can read pretty well, and by extension, write pretty well. I was lucky enough to have been taught in 1st, 2nd, and 4th grades by teachers who had taught my parents 27 and 25 yrs before.
    Anyone who was “taught” reading much after that was taught so poorly that they’ll never write well, unless they take the trouble to familiarize themselves with the phonics system. I don’t blame them, but I do blame public “education” for creating a nation of semiliterates.

  11. The ” last ” Ice Age ?

    It would be nice if these people
    would wake up and realize that it is

    The current ICE AGE !

    Ice ages are defined as being long lasting glacier masses.

    The glacier masses in both hemispheres have been their
    for more than 100.000 years.

    We have not left what they want to call
    ” The last Ice Age ”
    because we are still in it by definition.

    Circa 30,000 years ago a warming happened and has persisted

    Circa 12,000 years ago a further warming happened

    But none of this means we have come out of the Ice Age

    The ” eternal ” glaciers exist as proof that we haven’t.

    What will happen next is indeterminable
    We might remain stable for a long time OR
    We might descend headlong back into the depths of the Ice Age OR
    We might continue slowly coming out of the current ICE AGE

    Nobody knows what will happen next
    Although the established society haters want us to go back
    to the STONE AGE.

  12. Wish I had sent my 2014 calculations to a publisher years ago:-

    There are a few problems as real gases are not “ideal” but this completely destroys the “runaway greenhouse effect” on Venus nonsense !!

    Venus’ atmosphere is ~96% CO2 and that is as close to an ideal gas consideration as you’ll find anywhere. Venus’ clouds block out so much of the sun that any claim of any greenhouse effect is gobbledygook.

    The only planets where the only model of the non-existent “greenhouse effect” could occur are Mars and Earth.

    Look up a thing called the “Standard Atmosphere” and see that the temperature values are all calculated by the method in the peer reviewed published PDF document and there is absolutely zero allowance for the non-existent “greenhouse effect” !

    It works for ALL of the planets with an atmosphere.

    This is not to say the Sun has no effect – it disturbs the natural equilibrium by heating surfaces which heat the atmosphere and cause the things we call weather.

  13. According to “Revelations”, the elite will get theirs, too, tho I don’t know if you’ll still be around to see it Laurel. (For your sake, I hope not!)

    “And the kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man (and Barack Obama, and Brangelina, and Bill Nye the Psycho Guy) hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains;
    And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of Him that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb:
    For the geat day of His wrath is come, and who shall be able to stand?

  14. I think the Ice Age cycle is on track with no change or effect from humans. The trace gas CO2 is not slowing the cooling of planet earth since the Holocene Optimum – the highest temps achieved during the interglacial.

    See this chart:

    Can humans change the climate? Solar radiation is 175,000 Terrawatts per hour and human energy use is 160,000 Tw per year. Probably not.

    See this graphic:

    If you can’t effect the heat equation of earth then can you really change the climate?

  15. Interesting about Venus’ cloud cover, Rosco, and it makes a lot of sense. I would think that the fact that Venus has got an almost circular orbit would mean that the planet receives a lot of evenly distributed heat, just like a chicken on a spit? (Unlike Mercury which has a pretty eccentric orbit). And I think the pressure on the planet must also affect it. Who the heck came up with the runaway greenhouse effect on Venus? Was it Carl Sagan by any chance?

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