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posted on Nov, 29 2020 @ 04:43 PM
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I always stay clear of predictions but will stick my neck out this once. And every person can do with it what they want, but this is what I believe after 8 years of studying Earth cycles.

I basically stop my research on cycles until the Covid19 lock-down. Due to lock-down boredom I put some work into my studies again as it became obvious that the Covid19 thingy were a distraction. The lies and contradiction about alternative and Pharma medicines were too obvious. So why and for what reasons do we have this political motivated smoke-screen science??? Just like the AGW fiasco.

Let’s look at some of the climate contributing earth super and hyper cycles for our current time:

The 60 year super cycle is cooling down

The ±88 year super cycle high was determines to be in 1950 and re-occurrence should be ±2038.

The 172/208 Suess super cycle will be reaching its lowest point shortly (Jose/De Vries cycle jumps between 172 and 208 years depending on the Uranus/Neptune influences on the Jupiter/Saturn cycle during and outside solar Grand Minimums)
The sun spends about 70% of its time at moderate magnetic activity levels, about 15 – 20% of its time in a grand minimum and about 10 – 15% in a grand maximum. Modern solar activity is corresponding going from a grand maximum to grand minimum.

The 360/410 year amplification cycle (Suess x 2 – every second Suess cycle) the earth plunges into a Little Ice Age period.

The solar retrograde cycle and ice ages

The 1440 year cycle is 1500 ±500 years (Suess x 4 dependable on Suess cycle lengths). This undeniable amplified cycle is also due in our current cooling (Bond et al., Science, 14 Nov 1997). This sun cycle are not proven with angular momentum, but unfortunately I do not agree with the ocean circulation theory and cosmic-radiation causing volcanism as its main cause. The cycle is however unmistakably evident.

The Physical Evidence of Earth’s Unstoppable 1,500-Year Climate Cycle

And lastly – we reached the end of the ±21,000 year precession cycle that is responsible for our heating periods between glaciations (yes earth started heating up 19,000BC which normally last around ±11,500 years but lasted for a double periods before). If its position is favorable to continue the heating phase after ±21,000 years is still to be seen. I do not see it

I therefore predict a full glaciations period – good luck because in 5 years queuing will be something of the past as there will be no food to queue for. Even with the previous mini ice-age many people died because of the cold in their homes and the food shortages while they didn’t even had electricity, and they were better prepared than modern humans who are dependent on its supply in our current poorly isolated houses.

Did you build your Walipini yet?



posted on Nov, 29 2020 @ 04:47 PM
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a reply to: ICycle2

Well, it needs to hurry up...

It is almost December here in Western Montana and the amount of snow on my front lawn is...

Zero.

39 degrees right now, next week will get up into the mid 40's.

I've never had a brown thanksgiving here before.

~pouts~



posted on Nov, 29 2020 @ 05:08 PM
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Well here's a thought I wish I hadn't had... Ice age and Deagal's 2025 drop in population line up quite well. I'll throw in vaccine for population reduction so the puppet masters take all our resources, upping their chance of survival.

Worst case scenario.



posted on Nov, 29 2020 @ 05:20 PM
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a reply to: ICycle2
Are you really predicting a mini ice age to hit before 2025 or do I misunderstand?

If I understand it you are saying we should be due for a cold snap because of where we are in certain cycles-Well maybe so,but I can't see it happening by 2025 or anywhere near that if what we are seeing regarding arctic temperature trends continues.

Isn't a warmer arctic going to make a mini ice age less likley?

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No,you were right-I just looked at a few articles on the subject and it appears that a warmer arctic in fact leads to more prolonged cold spells elswhere as the cold air is displaced from the arctic to other areas.
"Warm arctic,cold continents" they call it.

insideclimatenews.org...

edit on 29/11/2020 by Silcone Synapse because: whatever



posted on Nov, 29 2020 @ 05:24 PM
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a reply to: Lumenari

Thing is that there is some evidence to suggest that previous ice ages have set in quickly and from a previous high in temp that falls off a cliff suddenly.

So your extraordinarily warm Montana may not be a good thing.

After all, they went from Green Land being green and growing grapes in the UK to the Little Ice Age in very little time.



posted on Nov, 29 2020 @ 05:53 PM
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a reply to: ICycle2

Don't forget we are just entering solar cycle 25, the beginning of the Solar maximus.



posted on Nov, 29 2020 @ 05:57 PM
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originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: Lumenari

Thing is that there is some evidence to suggest that previous ice ages have set in quickly and from a previous high in temp that falls off a cliff suddenly.

So your extraordinarily warm Montana may not be a good thing.

After all, they went from Green Land being green and growing grapes in the UK to the Little Ice Age in very little time.



Woolly mammoths flash frozen in Siberia with stomach contents intact from fresh vegetation. It would have been cold real quick to do that.I agree.
edit on 29-11-2020 by enament because: spelling



posted on Nov, 29 2020 @ 06:31 PM
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a reply to: ICycle2

Are you aware of the work on the climate cycle Dr. Raymond Wheeler did at the University of Kansas?



posted on Nov, 29 2020 @ 08:09 PM
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The thought of an ice age is quite terrifying to me, I fkn hate the cold 🥶

Why are we all talking about the warming of the earth, and not the potential freezing afterwards then?

Seems quite important to me 🤔



posted on Nov, 29 2020 @ 09:38 PM
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originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: Lumenari

Thing is that there is some evidence to suggest that previous ice ages have set in quickly and from a previous high in temp that falls off a cliff suddenly.

So your extraordinarily warm Montana may not be a good thing.

After all, they went from Green Land being green and growing grapes in the UK to the Little Ice Age in very little time.



A very valid point.

But I am pretty self-centered and would just like to go out for a month or so into the wilderness once I get about 2 feet or so of snow.

I had planned on that this month and I am still sitting here...

~sigh~



posted on Nov, 29 2020 @ 10:06 PM
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Don't forget we are just entering solar cycle 25, the beginning of the Solar maximus.




Negative. We are in a modern minimum. The minimum will likely last a few hundred years. Each cycle will become weaker and weaker for some time. Yes, there will be some action as 25 ramps up but nothing like in the 90’s. Truly sad times for ham radio operators.



posted on Nov, 30 2020 @ 05:10 AM
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a reply to: AlbatrossMaker
The sun currently has 6 sun spots on it, a month ago and before it was blank for months at a time, with the occasional appearance of cycle 24.

You should learn how to do a proper quote using the tools provided or manually.


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posted on Nov, 30 2020 @ 05:18 AM
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Hey Enament. How ya doing? What are the implications of sunspots breaking out? Increased activity, correct?
Not trying to be obtuse, I just got fascinated by the gist and now I’m here asking entry level questions....

a reply to: enament



posted on Nov, 30 2020 @ 06:23 AM
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a reply to: Lumenari

You know how it is -- enjoy what you have while you have it.

2' of snow may be what you want, but what you've got is what you have.

While you wait on the first, find the silver lining to the second. For me, that would be not having to fight snowpack on the roads and idiot drivers who can't cope.



posted on Dec, 1 2020 @ 09:32 PM
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a reply to: Dalamax
This site is top notch, this is where I began to learn about the sun and our solar system. it updates daily.spaceweather.com



posted on Dec, 1 2020 @ 09:59 PM
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I'm looking forward to the next glacial period. Milder summers, longer winters, and best of all due to the invention of greenhouses we can still enjoy abundance of food year round. During the little ice age period more then a few court cooks took advantage of greenhouses to ensure summer vegetables during the long winters, with the understandings we have these days we can do the same. Same goes for our houses, we understand how to insulate them so that it takes less wood in the fire to keep them warm, and with solar and wind generated electricity, we don't have to lose any of the conveniences of a modern life with the longer winter time.

So get those winter clothes ready, wax those skis and boards, patch up that innertube. It's Glacial Time.

Oh yeah and Ice Age Porn to me is watching the babes at the ski lodge kicking it by the fire at night. No fear, just fun.
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posted on Dec, 2 2020 @ 09:27 AM
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So instead of Climet effects warming it climate effects cooling got you .
well Im in Florida so have fun with your sking .

Lord and the same people say hotter is fake lol .

someone needs to make yup our minds will it get a 150 or - 20 will i need shorts or artic gear ?



posted on Dec, 2 2020 @ 10:34 AM
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i was taught that an icy planet was the 'Norm'...
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the inter-glacial warm periods were the odd-ball climate change periods

the 'Eternal Ice and Fire model' was a favorite theory the Nazi occult took-to-heart

see: www.bing.com... geBasicHover&scenario=ImageBasicHover


What Nazis learned from the occult - J. Hoberman ...
www.bookforum.com...
The second part, titled “A Few Years in the Absolute Elsewhere” and devoted to Nazi occultism,

revealed Hitler’s allegiance to the theory of “Eternal Ice,” which posited that frozen moons had repeatedly bombarded the Earth, changing the climate and the course of evolution, and his beliefs that the “New Man” was already among us.


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posted on Dec, 2 2020 @ 11:06 AM
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a reply to: Lumenari

Funny thing is, we're barely reaching that down here in NW LA today and tomorrow will be even colder. We're at 51° and falling with a low of 36° and then freezing on Friday. Of course, as Louisiana weather always goes, when we hit freezing, the clouds love to disappear so we never see snow.



posted on Dec, 2 2020 @ 11:10 AM
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originally posted by: enament

originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: Lumenari

Thing is that there is some evidence to suggest that previous ice ages have set in quickly and from a previous high in temp that falls off a cliff suddenly.

So your extraordinarily warm Montana may not be a good thing.

After all, they went from Green Land being green and growing grapes in the UK to the Little Ice Age in very little time.



Woolly mammoths flash frozen in Siberia with stomach contents intact from fresh vegetation. It would have been cold real quick to do that.I agree.


That's insane... You know the temp would have to drop at nearly "Day After Tomorrow" levels for a big thick haired woolly mammoth to freeze that fast. All I can say is I hope our fossil fuels aren't taken away.



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