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posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 06:57 PM
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I came across this down to earth and easily read Climate map going back across four thousand years, to say its as regular as clockwork would be an understatement. We can see in all probability that the hours are getting short to harden up the infra structure, because if the power goes off with any extreme event a lot of people are going to die. Each winter is getting worse than the last, but the spin is that the globe is warming and that is no longer the case. Laws have been passed stopping people having home fires because of concerns for clean air, and many people rely on a constant electric supply, in Britain its estimated sixteen thousand pensioners died of cold last winter, but governments instead of planning for the worst and hoping for the best, leave a privatized infra structure run down for profit. More and more people can see this and are prepping , but most of the population remain one weather event away from disaster. . You can see that the cold periods are getting longer and more bleak, and the warm periods are trending downward and have less heat. These cold periods coincide with major political upheaval, why wouldn't they? and why would be any different.




posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 07:10 PM
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Here is a good book on the subject of a new ice age

Not by Fire but by Ice: Discover What Killed the Dinosaurs...and Why It Could Soon Kill Us
by Robert W. Felix



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 07:12 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

Indeed!

With all of the 'Climate Change' rubbish going around it is so sad when the truth is right out there for everybody to understand.

It is as simple as ... What comes next?



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posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 07:37 PM
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a reply to: anonentity




These cold periods coincide with major political upheaval, why wouldn't they?

Because that doesn't make any sense?

How about the cold periods coincide with strong volcanic activity? That does make sense.



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 07:37 PM
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a reply to: pheonix358



What comes next?

Since CO2 concentrations are much higher than they have been for a very long while, I expect the planet will continue to warm.

Of course, we can hope for some major volcanic activity. Or even an asteroid strike. That would cool things down.

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posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 07:44 PM
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Climate map going back across four thousand years

That is the key.
This new UN mandated fake science of "climatology" only goes back to 1925 at best.



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 07:46 PM
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originally posted by: anonentity
I came across this down to earth and easily read Climate map going back across four thousand years, to say its as regular as clockwork would be an understatement. We can see in all probability that the hours are getting short to harden up the infra structure, because if the power goes off with any extreme event a lot of people are going to die. Each winter is getting worse than the last, but the spin is that the globe is warming and that is no longer the case. Laws have been passed stopping people having home fires because of concerns for clean air, and many people rely on a constant electric supply, in Britain its estimated sixteen thousand pensioners died of cold last winter, but governments instead of planning for the worst and hoping for the best, leave a privatized infra structure run down for profit. More and more people can see this and are prepping , but most of the population remain one weather event away from disaster. . You can see that the cold periods are getting longer and more bleak, and the warm periods are trending downward and have less heat. These cold periods coincide with major political upheaval, why wouldn't they? and why would be any different.


I came across that graph awhile back during some argument with Phage and basically shut him down about climate change.

If you research it further , the sun plays a big part in our climate.

en.wikipedia.org...

solarham.net...


www.almanac.com...





Sunspots are disappearing more rapidly than usual as the Sun prepares to enter the solar minimum. The last time the absence of sunspots was so prolonged was the “Little Ice Age,” which happened back in the 1600s. Will Earth experience another cold snap? First, understand that the Sun normally follows sunspot cycles of roughly 11 years. Think of sunspots as storms on the Sun. Learn more about sunspots here. The cycle starts out hot with a “solar maximum” littered with solar storms and sunspots; then the temperature cools and we enter a “solar minimum” with a decrease in sunspots. Then the cycle begins again. However: The current cycle 24 (which began in 2008—two years late) has been very strange. Its “maximum” in 2014 was the lowest sunspot peak since the early 1800s. That was followed by years of decreased sunspots until now, this past year, when we’ve gone weeks at a time without a single spot on the Sun’s face. The prior cycle 23 also had an extended period of very few sunspots compared to any cycle this past century. WE HAVE A STAKE IN THE OUTCOME In an op-ed that accompanied the publication of my book “The Sun’s Heartbeat,” I wrote in 2011 that, “global temperatures are now so steadily high that even with the recent reduced rate of warming, 2010 still managed to join 1998 as one of the warmest years ever recorded.” “If the upcoming solar max of cycle 24 is normal or robust,” I continued, “and especially if an El Nino follows it two years later (as often happens), then the middle of this decade will be the hottest period since humans arrived on Earth. However, if the upcoming maximum is wimpy, as most solar researchers expect, or if the Sun is now entering an extended period of low activity with another deep minimum to follow, that is the best thing it could possibly do for us. Such a scenario would mitigate climate change. Essentially, the Sun has been buying us time.” Want to know what happened? Well, cycle 24 has now run its course. Sunspots are vanishing even faster than we expected. Forecasters have been saying for years that this would happen as cycle 24 comes to an end. The surprise is how fast. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) agrees, saying: “Solar cycle 24 is declining more quickly than forecast.” As the NOAA graph makes clear, we are bottoming out now, with almost no solar storm activity.



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 07:46 PM
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How about the cold periods coincide with strong volcanic activity?

How about something to back that up ? (something that goes back further than 50 or so years)
Or , back it up.



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 08:02 PM
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a reply to: Gothmog

You should have a closer look at the chart presented by the OP.



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 08:04 PM
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a reply to: Groot

I agree with your source. Somewhat.

However, if we do have a “Maunder Minimum,” it would not be a return to the “Little Ice Age.” Solar radiation expert Judith Lean, PhD, of the Naval Research Laboratory points to a current global surface temperature that’s about 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit, warmer than at the time of the Maunder Minimum and says that a return to a Maunder Minimum phenomenon would lead to a cooling by only one-tenth of a degree C or 0.18 degree F.
www.almanac.com...

No cooling, just a bit less warming. Maybe. While it lasts.



The cooling effect of a grand minimum is only a fraction of the warming effect caused by the increasing concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. After hundreds of thousands of years of CO2 levels never exceeding 300 parts per million in air, the concentration of the greenhouse gas is now over 400 parts per million, continuing a rise that began with the Industrial Revolution
ucsdnews.ucsd.edu...


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posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 08:24 PM
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Ted Danson told me that the earth would be a wasteland by now. NY Times said Manhattan would be flooded and inhabitable by 2015... it’s flooded alright, with liberals and piss in the streets!



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 08:28 PM
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a reply to: WUNK22

Why would you listen to anything Ted Danson says?
About anything?

He's an actor.


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posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 08:37 PM
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Or a wacky kid from Sweden, also an Actor...or Leonardo Decrapula, an Actor. Or Al “inventor of the web” Gore? He’s a professional BS artist!a reply to: Phage



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 09:26 PM
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a reply to: Phage

" Since CO2 concentrations are much higher than they have been for a very long while "


That is a False Statement . Do the Research and Tell the Truth .



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 09:27 PM
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a reply to: Gothmog

It goes back over four thousand years, you could speculate that the Minoan warming might have left the climate so stable that America could have easily been found as the trade winds would have been steady and predictable, and the Copper easily mined from the Great lakes, but then came the cooling and the Bronze age collapse. No history left, just out of place artifacts looking very Phoenician up in Canada. Along with the X gene in some of the indigenous population found as a Phoenician tracer and common in Lebanon, Ireland Wales the Faeroes and Iceland. But then we have the weather at 410 AD, the year Rome told Britain to look to its own defenses, and the Dark ages ensued, the Rhine was frozen over as northern tribes came south, and finally sacked Rome and that was the end of the Western Roman empire. Then the weather improves and the Vikings made Greenland and America for a few hundred years, then it gets worse again until the start of the little ice age around 1350 and Plague , no more Greenland colony.
The point is that Climate seems to make and break Empires. The one we are in has glaring weakness ,like if the motorways ice up, the power lines go down, no local food supplies. No communication, and nobody with a clue. Add in a government which has had a report on its desk since 1970 saying that if the Gulf stream slowed, we would be in trouble, guess what? its the slowest its been in fifteen hundred years with a cold spot forming south of Greenland, along with the latest sediment cores stating that the speed and the particle size deposited are a good indication of what the Temps have been in the past. The sobering news it that it can just shut down, not in decades but over a season. So plan for the worst and hope for the best.



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 09:33 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

In 1972, The Club of Rome published a book that contained the results of a study called, "The Limits to Growth." The study was the result of a mathematical model developed by an MIT Computer which contained the mother of all apocalyptic forecasts with terrifying predictions about the end of civilization and life on earth. It concluded that the earth and its resources could not support the present rates of economic and population growth and that we would see the beginning of collapse in 2050 and an inevitable total collapse by 2100 of resources, the environment, bio-diversity, etc.

They and other groups connected to them (they are vast and membership is surprising) have tried for decades to determine effective ways to limit population and economic growth and to spread their message in a variety of ways that have all failed in spectacular ways. One of the current strategy's they are employing is climate alarmism... specifically, fear of an impending runaway greenhouse effect due to human output of CO2.

The model was deeply flawed obviously skewing the results which have been used to advance the dark agenda's of conflicted organizations such as the Club of Rome for a long time. Not only is the data on the evidence that we are likely entering into a grand solar minimum clear but you are right that the consequences to these world-wide agenda's are dire as we are already beginning to see some of what is to come.



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 09:34 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

One thing that is clear is that further back in time, CO2 levels have been much, much higher, and the average global temperatures have also been much higher. Why does the CO2 concentration change so much? This is a big question whose answer involves many factors, but consider two that are relevant to what we'll learn about in this module. Photosynthesis only started in the Silurian (S on the timescale in the figure above), and photosynthesis is a major sink or absorber of atmospheric CO2. Sea level was much higher during the two big peaks in CO2 — this leaves less room for photosynthesis and it also decreases the planet's albedo, making it warmer. A warmer ocean cannot absorb atmospheric CO2 and instead, it releases it to the atmosphere.


www.e-education.psu.edu...



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 09:38 PM
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So, let us look at the makeup of the Earths atmosphere ...

If we take an ordinary blob of our atmosphere that has 10,000 parts.

7808 parts will be Nitrogen

2095 parts will be Oxygen

93 parts will be Argon

4 parts will be Carbon Dioxide

By throwing in another 2 molecules of CO2, the world will end.

Get a grip!

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posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 09:48 PM
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a reply to: badwhiskey

I didn't like to speculate that all this was a planned culling, but if the most populated areas of Northern Europe were told not to worry as the climate is warming. Then six foot of snow gets dumped, the power lines collapse, finding a road is impossible, you cant warm yourselves as fire places are a thing of the past, what do you do? people are no longer civil they just want to survive, they wont ask how much you want for your remaining food. Why are Billionaires building survival bunkers are they in the loop? why do they think such a great expenditure is necessary? After a few hundred years who would remember ? This speculation is so far from our usual cultural Paradigm , most people wouldn't think it was even a possibility, but for all practical purpose this is what would happen, in the event of a big freeze.



posted on Oct, 20 2019 @ 11:16 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

Mother natures fun house eh! I like that. Seems about right, and the fun has just begun.



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