Weak solar and geomagnetic fields lead to cooling

“And this is what is happening now.” – Salvatore del Prete
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Weak solar and geomagnetic fields lead to cooling

“And this is what is happening now.”
By Salvatore del Prete

It is just amazing how solar variability and the associated secondary effects, which are compounded by earth’s weakening magnetic field, are completely over looked by mainstream.

There is no global warming due to anthropogenic global warming (AGW) and the minor recent global warming that did take place is ending this year, year 2018.

Thus far year 2018 is cooperating with overall sea surface temperatures now less then +.15c above 1981-2010 means in contrast to +.35c during the past summer.

In addition, according to satellite data the global temperatures this year are lower then a year ago.

One key metric that has to be watched is the North Atlantic which is now in solid negative territory around -.50c from 1981-2010 means.

Greenland ice very healthy

As the sun continues in a prolonged solar minimum state this is going to equate to lower overall sea surface temperatures and a slightly higher albedo, which in turn will equate to a colder climate.

The weakening geo magnetic field will compound this .

I have been saying this for years and this year, 2018, is the first year that my two solar conditions have been met in order to have the sun result in a more significant climatic impact. Those being 10+ years of sub solar activity in general (which started in year 2005) and within this sub solar activity in general a period of time of very low average value solar parameters (which started in year 2018), meaning solar reading equal to or lower in magnitude that occurs during typical solar minimums with the duration of time of these very low solar values longer then what is typical.

It is happening this year and this is the first time since the ending of the Dalton Minimum, that my two solar conditions are occurring.

In the meantime all the basic premises AGW theory is based on have failed to materialize while the global climate is not even close to being unique.

The theory should have been trashed 20 years ago but has survived due to political agendas.

Salvatore del Prete


9 thoughts on “Weak solar and geomagnetic fields lead to cooling”

  1. “Those being 10+ years of sub solar activity in general (which started in year 2005) and within this sub solar activity in general a period of time of very low average value solar parameters (which started in year 2018), meaning solar reading equal to or lower in magnitude that occurs during typical solar minimums with the duration of time of these very low solar values longer then what is typical.”

    Cannot understand this theory due to lack of detail. Very vague. Like the Climate Changelings

    Need to be better than than them

  2. Of course, “Constant climate change is normal, the climate has been changing all the time for hundreds of millions of years” has zero political value.

    “Climate change is our fault and we can make it stop!” has enormous political value.

  3. Due to low solar activity atmosphere already contracted. And jet streams changed their positions. As a result, Europe has dry and hot period. With end of summer we may observe another unusual weather and hard winter.

  4. 1100 Years Ago Drought ( Climate Change ) lead to co;apse of Mayan Empire
    We can add this to the desertification of the Sahara Grasslands – Greg

    Drought played a key role in the demise of the Mayan civilization
    https://www.zmescience.com/science/news-science/drought-maya-civilization-03082018/

    he Maya built one of the greatest civilizations in the Americas, and the story of their demise has fascinated people for centuries. Now, a new study reports that environmental aspects — particularly, drought — were a key aspect of their decline.

    …In periods of drought, more water tends to evaporate from lakes such as Chichancanab, where this study was carried out. Because the lighter isotopes of water evaporate faster, the remaining water molecules (which also contain other chemicals) become heavier. A higher proportion of heavier isotopes such as oxygen-18 and hydrogen-2 (deuterium), would, therefore, indicate drought conditions. Researchers have mapped the proportion of different isotopes contained within each layer of gypsum, essentially charting the levels of rainfall over the period of the Mayan collapse.

    Professor David Hodell, Director of Cambridge’s Godwin Laboratory for Palaeoclimate Research and the senior author of the current paper, was the first to draw a correlation between the drought and the period of Mayan decline. He praised the gypsum-measuring methodology, saying that it leaves very little room for interpretation.

    “This method is highly accurate and is almost like measuring the water itself,” said Evans.

    While the circumstances that lead to the decline of the Maya are complex and drought cannot be singled out as the one big culprit yet, it does seem that at the very least, drought was an important aspect of it…

  5. Or … cyclical energy inputs in seem to be a repeating pattern now via solar wind upticks from earth facing coronal holes; that, in spite of a minimum of sunspots/flares; cyclical energy input in, and between upticks, an integration of what’s arrived?

    That integration part and parcel of the earth magnetic field shifting into a higher, less dense range of energy, as well; that field, then, being less dense, also being less deflective of incoming energies (?); energies in, as a result, better able to merge with the field energy here?

    The overall result, being expansion (?); so, expect cyclical upticks in volcanoes and earthquakes (more evidence of expansion?) post each such an integration period coupled with more energy uptick(s) in?

    Energy out via earth spots … lows … tropical storms … does that also co-relate to energy expanding out into the earth field … which field raises in energy into a higher less dense energy …and so it goes … or so it will go? See the SO – Suspicious Observers videos of Ben Davidson (ex: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JiN49zV_EKs )

    So … lithospheric expansion, coupled with atmospheric expansion, coupled with magnetospheric expansion? Energetic expansion, also tied to energetic mixing, in each of those three spheres? No all cold, expected with an ice age shift … no all hot, at least yet … i.e., to get to all hot, first a mixing stage would have to take place?

    IF the Earth’s magnetic field is raising up in energy, into higher ranges of energy that is naturally less dense … if its present field strength measurement is related to its density … wouldn’t such a dynamic present as the field weakening … at least at that density?

    Yet perhaps the field, if expanding into higher ranges of energy, is thus actually increasing in energy … but a less dense higher energy is involved?

    A solar minimum of sunspots, does it also lose its relevancy here, as an indicator of things to come … at least while such cyclical coronal hole solar wind upticks our way continue … in which case … for now, at least … all bets based on the historical records … are off?

  6. dont forget down south either
    the upswelling cold dry winds have been pushing the usual rain patterns to hell in Aus.
    down the very bottom were finally getting rain
    with a lot of icecold sth wind;-(
    but further up they just cop the dry as the upwelling wind push the moist air away

  7. It’s midnight in NYC.It’s 84F with dewpoint almost 70.We can use those nice dry cool Aussie’s wind.And of course that global cooling can’t come fast enough.

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