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Every 11 years he sun changes polarity or the poles flip caused by the transport of meridional flows on the sun’s surface that carry magnetic fields from mid-latitude sunspots to the sun’s poles. These flows transport south-pointing magnetic flux to the north magnetic pole, and north-pointing flux to the south magnetic pole.
TPTB i think are trying to bring on an ice age sooner rather than later as it would be the quickest (and most innocent) method to kill the majority of thrid world populations.......
Originally posted by Essan
Originally posted by Fromabove
There are a lot of flash frozen mammoths in Siberia to show us that extreme cold can happen very fast.
No there aren't. Most mammoth remains are bones only. A small handful of mammoths have been found in the permafrost which were 'mummified' by the peat bogs in which they fell and thus well preserved - similar to the so called 'bog people'. None were flash frozen.
the top of the sun's Great Conveyor Belt has been running at record-high speeds for the past five years.
"I believe this could explain the unusually deep solar minimum we've been experiencing"
The speed-up was surprising on two levels
First, it coincided with the deepest solar minimum in nearly 100 years, contradicting models that say a fast-moving belt should boost sunspot production. The basic idea is that the belt sweeps up magnetic fields from the sun's surface and drags them down to the sun's inner dynamo. There the fields are amplified to form the underpinnings of new sunspots. A fast-moving belt should accelerate this process
Instead of boosting sunspots, Hathaway believes that a fast-moving Conveyor Belt can instead suppress them "by counteracting magnetic diffusion at the sun's equator." read more
Why do people use the term "global warming" when trying to prove a point? It's called climate change.
Originally posted by ZeussusZ
There have been ice ages but have there been "hot" ages, like hotter than now(since we are not in a ice age now). How hot has it got outside a ice age?