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Politics now all about the Grand Solar Minimum

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posted on Nov, 30 2019 @ 11:24 PM
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a reply to: Justoneman

Yes civilization might be cyclical, a bit of a repeating treadmill, where pockets of knowledge divorced from a connected system, just exist as best they can until it all comes together blooms and dies like all things. Meanwhile snow lies on the Joshua trees in the desert in Arizona and the MSM doesn't deem it strange enough to make a mention. You have to make your own mind up as to what the reality will be. One thing is for sure fragile complicated dependent social systems wont be able to take much disruption until they collapse.




posted on Nov, 30 2019 @ 11:34 PM
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originally posted by: visitedbythem

originally posted by: rickymouse
We are supposed to go into a grand solar minimum in this cycle or the next. I always thought that those actually caused a cooling of the earth and altered weather patterns, not global warming. Oh well, we got eighteen inches of heavy wet snow a couple of days ago, it was a nightmare. Our power was out for eighteen hours, my brothers was out for about thirty two hours I think, but we are lucky, we have power. Lots of trees and branches broke off everywhere. My yard and drive is a mess, a tree fell on my camper but I will not know how bad it was till after the storm tomorrow night, might as well wait to see if more trees go down, their branches are full of Ice and snow, really not a nice thing.

It happens every so often, but we had two bad years of damaging early winter heavy wet snow in a row now. I hate to see the damage of the trees on my land.


Im set up with generators, lots of fuel, battery bank, invertors, and plan on setting up a wind turbine soon. I also have at least 1000 lbs of food reserves


Pretty early for that here in Boston, but we are due in a day or two for some of that action. Hoping that there will be minimal NorEaster's this year, and not looking forward to a bad winter for sure. Stay Safe.



posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 12:05 PM
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originally posted by: whiteblack
Grand Solar Minimum?

No. Not yet. We won't know for sure by 2021-22. Solar maximum is supposed to be in mid 2023. I know for fact that this year sunspot is the lowest in last century. Cycle 24 is the lowest in last few cycles. I dont consider this as "Grand" yet. But, yeah, this is serious stuff if sunspots are disappearing. 2020-22 are gonna be interesting.

Where did you get the Solar Maximum in 23?
I’ve been posting on the Solar Minimum here for a while ... the work of astrologer/Astrometeorologist Theodore White who’s main work is on fb but many here won’t go on fb so I don’t post that but anyone can google him. He says we are already moving into the Solar Minimum and he posts about the changes including early winters and colder wetter seasons. Also the appearance of the polar vortex as we saw last winter.
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posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 12:11 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

Thanks for starting a thread about this. I've been talking about the incoming GSM for about 6 months or so, now, and how science knows it's coming but they refuse to tell the public because they've been pushing the AGW hoax for too long. When this GSM hits, we all know what they'll do, though, and that's that they'll pat themselves on the back for ending global warming. They're arrogant enough, and their followers are stupid enough to pull off such a lie.



posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 12:15 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

We'll adapt, that's what our bodies have always done. This GSM is supposed to be the worst one in the last 12,500 years and they've been right on target for the past 10,000 years.



posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 12:20 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

Y'all are both doing better than me. I don't have anything like that, but I do have guns and a water source and a couple of weeks ago, I saw 5 deer by my middle pond so I can hunt and have that. Also fish.



posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 12:23 PM
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originally posted by: visitedbythem
There is also over 50 lbs of assorted grains, Large frozen packs of yeast, and a electric grain mill, that has a back up hand crank



and a 15 gallon brewery in my shop




Off to bed. You guys have a great night!


Damn. If crap ever hits the fan, I hope you pay some security in food and drink to keep you from getting overrun.



posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 12:28 PM
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originally posted by: Groot
Alot of info here, just go to the link.


www.thegrandsolarminimum.com...




Great find! I wonder where Phage is. He criticized Professor Zharkova's work (and me) and there's a video in your link that says her critics should be embarrassed of themselves. I agree.



posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 01:50 PM
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originally posted by: booyakasha
a reply to: anonentity

I also think we are going into a Grand Solar Minimum. The global warming hoax is about to be turned on its head in my opinion.

heres another good interview about it.

cant get the embed to work for some reason but heres a link. www.youtube.com...


You guys have been making this claim since I joined this site 16 years ago. No solar minimum and 15 of the hottest years in human history.

When do you think this solar minimum will occur?

If it does not happen on the next 15 years, I think it is safe to claim the solar minimum will save us from global warming is just another myth that some believe to justify denying man made warming.



posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 01:58 PM
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a reply to: LSU2018

OMG. If it's on the internet is must be true!

Seriously, we keep having above average temperatures globally but you guys are so damn sure the global minimum is coming.

The Imminent Ice Age Myth is Back and it is Still Wrong


Roughly every two years we’re treated to headlines repeating the myth that Earth is headed for an imminent “mini ice age.” It happened in 2013, 2015, and again just recently at the tail end of 2017.

This time around, the myth appears to have been sparked by a Sky News interview with Northumbria University mathematics professor Valentina Zharkova. The story was quickly echoed by the Daily Mail, International Business Times, Sputnik News, Metro, Tru News, and others. Zharkova was also behind the ‘mini ice age’ stories in 2015, based on her research predicting that the sun will soon enter a quiet phase.


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Is another grand solar minimum imminent?
Although it would have a relatively small impact on the climate, it’s still an interesting question to ask whether we’re headed for another quiet solar period. Zharkova thinks so. Her team created a model that tries to predict solar activity, and suggests another solar minimum will occur from 2020 to 2055. However, other solar scientists have criticized the model as being too simple, created based on just 35 years of data, and failing to accurately reproduce past solar activity.


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posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 01:59 PM
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a reply to: jrod

The Holocene which is the period from the end of the last ice age until now, has been a lot warmer on average then the present average temperatures. They are measuring from 1850 until about nineteen hundred, Which was a cooler period, so everything will look like its heating up after that. At the moment the temp. is still the coolest its been in thousands of years, about to get cooler.



posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 02:07 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

Do you have anything to back that claim?

Something like 14 of 15 years have been the hottest on record. The temperature globally is still ticking up.

I guarantee in 20 years the trend will continue. A solar minimum will not stop the rising thermometer.



posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 03:23 PM
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originally posted by: LSU2018
a reply to: rickymouse

Y'all are both doing better than me. I don't have anything like that, but I do have guns and a water source and a couple of weeks ago, I saw 5 deer by my middle pond so I can hunt and have that. Also fish.






We supposedly have more deer than people in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. But within six months of a disaster, there won't be a deer left in the woods. Now remember, that is good, we won't have people eating people here like in the cities.



posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 04:59 PM
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a reply to: jrod

Yes this is fairly factual ,
Change is the sure thing.



posted on Dec, 2 2019 @ 11:55 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

And for some real Doom porn the Math's of the Milankovitch
cycle, 2024 anyone?



posted on Dec, 3 2019 @ 01:06 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

We got about 18 inches of heavy wet snow last Wednesday into Thursday, had to shift Thanksgiving dinner to Friday at four. Then on Saturday night we got another eighteen inches of heavy snow going into Sunday afternoon. We have three feet of snow on the ground now, and the banks around my driveway and on the county road are six feet high everywhere already. Before that we only had about an inch of snow on the ground. My Tractor is overheating the coil from blowing six and a half feet wide of snow eighteen inches high and I need to get a coil and maybe some points for it. The governor is not working correctly, I have to somehow get some oil on it too. The plow truck will not plow that much snow when it is heavy like that.

Our power was out for eighteen hours the first time and it was out for a short time during the second storm. Then the other night the whole area where I am was out of power for six hours. The tree branches are full of snow and breaking off and whole trees are breaking. I had to take the chainsaw out when I plowed today to cut a big pine branch by the mailbox and to cut off branches overhanging the driveway. Again, that is the third time. Trees are breaking all around here, one tree fell on our camper, I do not know how much damage it has yet. The snow was drifted around the cars to the height of the door handles, hard as rock. I have big snowmoving equiptment and a yooper scooper and shovels, it sucks, no regular push snowblower.

I think we are on the way to having the ice age already.



posted on Dec, 3 2019 @ 01:16 PM
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a reply to: jrod

Ok cool. Here's what you do... Go prepare for the epic meltdown and overflow of ocean water into our homes and cities. Stop driving and start walking or biking, use blankets for warmth, not fire or electricity, and no more lights. I don't care about the internet, which is how you've been hearing about global warming so stuff your BS. I've been paying attention to the Grand Solar Minimum research for months. Your internet scientists refuse to talk about it because they've invested too much time into the doom and gloom of humans killing the planet. Earth's climate is doing exactly as it's done for billions of years and nothing more, nothing less. The crazy extreme temperatures - high AND low - is an indicator of what's to come with this cooling cycle.

Start riding your bike so you can scream at the world about how you changed the climate to make it cold, once this cool spell hits us.



posted on Dec, 3 2019 @ 01:22 PM
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originally posted by: jrod
a reply to: anonentity

Do you have anything to back that claim?

Something like 14 of 15 years have been the hottest on record. The temperature globally is still ticking up.

I guarantee in 20 years the trend will continue. A solar minimum will not stop the rising thermometer.


"On record."

Meaning since 1880. We were still feeling the effects of the Maunder Minimum. We're at the peak of a solar maximum which is why you think it's hotter than it's ever been.



posted on Dec, 3 2019 @ 01:26 PM
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a reply to: anonentity

Professor Zharkova's findings state 2024 as the year we'll start feeling the effects of the GSM next year. Great video.



posted on Dec, 3 2019 @ 01:29 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
a reply to: anonentity

We got about 18 inches of heavy wet snow last Wednesday into Thursday, had to shift Thanksgiving dinner to Friday at four. Then on Saturday night we got another eighteen inches of heavy snow going into Sunday afternoon. We have three feet of snow on the ground now, and the banks around my driveway and on the county road are six feet high everywhere already. Before that we only had about an inch of snow on the ground. My Tractor is overheating the coil from blowing six and a half feet wide of snow eighteen inches high and I need to get a coil and maybe some points for it. The governor is not working correctly, I have to somehow get some oil on it too. The plow truck will not plow that much snow when it is heavy like that.

Our power was out for eighteen hours the first time and it was out for a short time during the second storm. Then the other night the whole area where I am was out of power for six hours. The tree branches are full of snow and breaking off and whole trees are breaking. I had to take the chainsaw out when I plowed today to cut a big pine branch by the mailbox and to cut off branches overhanging the driveway. Again, that is the third time. Trees are breaking all around here, one tree fell on our camper, I do not know how much damage it has yet. The snow was drifted around the cars to the height of the door handles, hard as rock. I have big snowmoving equiptment and a yooper scooper and shovels, it sucks, no regular push snowblower.

I think we are on the way to having the ice age already.



I know how much that has to suck, but if I was up there near you, I'd whip out a propane burner and my drip pot coffee maker and have a cup of Joe with you.




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