Yet another “rare” yellow snow storm where Saharan dust meets blizzard conditions above our heads, blanketing parts of the European continent’s peaks, this time its the Pyrenees. Dust Devils in the volcanic craters of Japan, comets over Hungary, another ARC storm headed to California and to top it off, snows cover the Saskatchewan fields when they farmers are supposed to be planting next week.
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(Mar 10 0337UTC) Solar wind intensifications have lead to increasingly disrupted geomagnetic conditions. Earth’s magnetic field is currently experiencing moderate instability, may enter storm conditions over the next 24 hours, and is unlikely to exceed Kp6 (minor/moderate effects). http://spaceweathernews.com/
The Bz component of the interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) carried past Earth via the solar wind is currently in a south pointing position. This is helping to stir up geomagnetic activity at higher latitudes. A minor (G1) geomagnetic storm watch will be in effect for the next several hours. Sky watchers across Scandinavia, Canada, northern tier USA and Alaska should all be alert for visible aurora once dark outside. http://www.solarham.net/index.htm
British ‘queuing up’ for water. Water shortage in Cape Town. Crops failing everywhere. “Soft landing” before the Grand Solar Minimum? –this is it. … Please SHARE this video with your friends and family to help them understand what’s playing out in the world. A simple link can radically change someone’s life. (Indeed, it has mine.) — The natural cycles of the sun and, as a result, the changing climate on our planet, present very real and immediate challenges. Learn more about the history of previous cycles and these challenges, spread the word, and start getting prepared: http://wiki.iceagefarmer.com
With the way late call by the UK government to issue RED ALERT Snowfall warnings, people have resorted to panic buying. This is interesting because most stores across the UK are empty, so as the storm progresses over the next 3 days, where will the food restock come from as the roads are already choked with accidents and the strong part of the storm with sleet hasn’t arrived yet. Ski resorts are closed due to much snow, Tower Bridge is nearly white out, all of the UK is experiencing the first touch of the Grand Solar Minimum. One guy was even seen cross country skiing through the streets of London.
Adapt 2030: Roundtable w/ Christian of Ice Age Farmer & Diamond of Oppenheimer Ranch – Grand Solar Minimum Primer & Solutions David DuByne of Adapt 2030 hosts a two-hour roundtable featuring Christian from Ice Age Farmer and Diamond of Oppenheimer Ranch Project. Together, we discuss how the natural cycles of the sun and, as a result, the changing climate on our planet, present very real and immediate challenges. As well, we offer hope by highlighting ideas and philosophies that will help us as we approach the a certain, tumultuous future in the next Grand Solar Minimum. Please SHARE this with your friends and family to help them understand what’s playing out in the world. A simple link can radically change someone’s life. (Indeed, it has mine.)
United Kingdom Coldest night of winter so far, drifting snow creates havoc, WORSE still to come over the next few days as storm EMMA set to bring heavy snowfall with freezing rain to South West UK and Ireland.
South China Morning Post came out with an article explaining that sea currents have changed slightly around Japan and this is driving the coldest temperatures in 50 years and record snow across the islands. Interestingly these changes are what is expected to occur during the new Mini Ice Age. More signs that we are repeating cycles. More volcanic eruptions, more sea ice coverage and more cosmic rays. The worlds media is now finding any excuse to explain the changes because these events are now in the open for all to see.
Following the Maunder Minimum cooling pattern of the Northern Hemisphere 400 years ago, we see the same areas of NW Africa that cooled in the 1600’s , cooling and receiving more snow again. The Middle East too. Morocco seeing what is called first of its kind near coastal snowfall, Canary Islands brings out a snow plow for roads, Israel and Lebanon blanketed, Saudi Arabia where snow drifts across the roads stops traffic and camels are covered in snow. The signs are here, I hope you are looking.
Trump has unveiled the concept of Global Cooling, continuing the parapolitical shift in narrative away from fraudulent global warming and to the most critical issue facing us: the looming failure of agriculture in the Grand Solar Minimum. Please share this video with others who are just learning about the Grand Solar Minimum.
Winter Wheat crop destroyed in USA & Canada early January, riots in French supermarkets over Nutella, record cold about to sweep through the USA and Canada again this season. Snows in Morocco desert not seen in 30 years, record heat in New Zealand, and the to top it off Tropospheric anomalies over Hudson Bay.
Weather update USA and the UK. Is winter over? Or are we just seeing the signs of a new era. System after system plough through the US and Europe bringing Snow and ice, we must remember where there is snow ;there is potential for major flooding, this is a natural occurrence and should not be confused with the politically driven agenda of AGW, during years of the Maunder Minimum and Dalton similar patterns across the Northern Hemisphere were indeed in association with dropping global temperatures.
Economic chaos, famine, disease, and war may all be attributed to climate change, according to a recent study. Through advances in paleoclimatology, researchers used temperature data and climate-driven economic variables to simulate the climate that prevailed during golden and dark ages in Europe and the Northern Hemisphere from 1500-1800 AD. In doing so, they discovered a set of casual linkages between climate change and human crisis. They noted that social disturbance, societal collapse and population collapse often coincided with significant climate change in America, the Middle East, China, and many other countries in preindustrial times, suggesting that climate change was the ultimate cause of human crisis in many preindustrial societies.
The General Crisis of the 17th Century in Europe was marked by widespread economic distress, social unrest, and population decline. A significant cause of mankind’s woes during these times was the climate-induced shrinkage of agricultural production. Bioproductivity, agricultural production, and food supply per capita all showed immediate responses to changes in temperature. In the five to 30 years following these changes, there were also responses in terms of social disturbance, war, migration, nutritional status, epidemics, and famine.
Cooling during the Cold Phase (1560-1660 AD) reduced crop yields by shortening the growing season and shrinking the cultivated land area. Although agricultural production decreased or became stagnant in a cold climate, population size still grew, leading to an increase in grain price and an increased demand on food supplies. Inflating grain prices led to hardships for many, and triggered social problems and conflicts such as rebellions, revolutions, and political reforms.
Many of these disturbances led to armed conflicts, and the number of wars increased 41 percent during the Cold Phase. During the latter portion of the Cold Phase, the number of wars decreased, but the wars lasted longer and were far more lethal—most notable was the Thirty Years War (1618-1648), where fatalities were more than 12 times of the conflicts between 1500-1619.
Famine became more frequent too. Nutrition deteriorated, and the average height of Europeans shrunk 2cm by the late 16th century. As temperatures began to rise again after 1650, so did the average height.
The economic chaos, famine, and war led people to emigrate, and Europe saw peak migration overlapping the time of peak social disturbance. This widespread migration, in conjunction with declining health caused by poor nutrition, facilitated the spread of epidemics, and the number of plagues peaked during 1550-1670, reaching the highest level during the study period. As a result of war fatalities and famine, the annual population growth rate dropped dramatically, eventually leading to population collapse.
In the 18th century, the mild climate improved matters considerably, leading to the speedy recovery of both Europe’s economy and population.
The alternation between periods of harmony and crisis, golden ages and dark ages, closely followed variations in the food supply per capita. Consequently, grain price could be used as an indicator of crisis in preindustrial Europe. Although grain price is dictated by agricultural production and population size, analysis by the researchers shows that temperature change was the real cause behind the grain price, since agricultural production was climate-dependent at the time.
The history of golden and dark ages in Europe is often attributed to sociopolitical factors, which fails to explain the co-occurrence of long-term crises in different countries, at different stages of development, and across different climate zones. Instead, the authors make a compelling case that climate change is the culprit, thanks to a climate-driven economic downturn due to a decreasing food supply. Where there is a shrinking food supply, chaos and misery follow.
As Solar energy declines we put together the scientific values and feedbacks. “Conjecture in a modern era results in ignorance of the situation”, we can walk ahead with heads in the clouds or look backwards for the answers, history repeats itself more than one thinks. **There are currently no sunspots on the disk (beta class only) current values for January = 12s/s
University of Fairbanks in Alaska gives a nice report showing that Alaska was green and forested during the last full glaciation 20,000 years ago, but in shorter time frames, grand solar minimums Alaska gets warmer and cools as the planet warmed in past warm periods. Media shifting gears to get our minds ready for colder times ahead. Infrastructure falling apart in the cold conditions.