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Originally posted by bodebliss
I believe it is natural.
We've had some cool summers lately and the Sun is off peak.
Look out when the next Solar Maximum comes around. You'll hear the global warmers perk-up.
The time span of the last 130,000 years has seen the global climate system switch from warm interglacial to cold glacial conditions, and back again. This broad interglacial-glacial-interglacial climate oscillation has been recurring on a similar periodicity for about the last 900,000 years, though each individual cycle has had its own idiosyncrasies in terms of the timing and magnitude of changes.
But, if the known changes in solar output are due to hyperdimensional effects of the largest known planets, what of the magnitude of "aether stress" produced by our proposed "new planets" -- with angular momentum contributions hundreds of times greater?; the long-term cyclic increase in solar energy created by those cyclic phasings (yet-to-be-experienced in recorded history ...) could measure as much as several percent above current solar output. This is more than enough additional energy -- even without Mankind's current addition of significant "greenhouse gasses" to the atmosphere -- to trigger profound, millennia-long climatic changes here on Earth--
Including ... melting ice caps; rising ocean levels; dramatic changes in jet stream altitudes and activity; increased tornado intensities; increased hurricane wind velocities ... and--
A permanent "El Nino" (whose warmest waters, satellites report, are at ... ~19.5 degrees).
And that's saying nothing about HD energy added to the internal workings of our planet ...
From all indications, we are now well into just such a new, long-term, cyclic solar period ...