“A hungry mob is an angry mob” -Bob Marley
After a period of gradual global warming, the Earth is poised to enter a “Cold Sun Dark Winter.”
A 206-year cycle of solar and planetary warming and cooling has been established through historic research and climate science. Some climate researchers and scientists are now warning we reached the end of a long cyclical warming trend and, are entering a 30-year cooling trend.
But their warnings are being suppressed by the highly politicized and profitable climate change industry.
Up until recently, even the foremost expert on climate science, Valentina Zharkova, was rather tight lipped about the fact that old warming-trend models and carbon impact conclusions were flawed. The latest models have shifted to colder and sooner. She provided these revisions in November 2018 to a group of leading solar physicists — and before she began her address, received a thinly veiled warning about saying too much.
The following original film created by Newsmax covers the scourge of climate propaganda and explains global cooling through interviews with climate scientists, including John Casey, a former U.S. Space Shuttle engineer and author of “Dark Winter.”
The Grand Solar Minimum, or Cold Sun, Explained
The biggest driver of the Earth’s climate is the Sun, not carbon emissions. The Sun controls 99.5% of climate, not trace CO2. Whodathunk.
Climate scientists have tracked and confirmed a direct correlation between Sun-spot activity and the Earth’s temperature. Greater Sun-spot activity equates to higher solar temperatures, and that equates to higher Earth temperatures. The inverse is also true, and this dormancy phase is known as a “Cold Sun,” Grand Solar Minimum (GSM). Casey is predicting a degree of GSM called the “Dalton Minimum.” Russian scientists are now predicting a period of zero sun spots, or an even deeper Cold Sun cycle,
Climatologists have also theorized that Sun-spot activity follows cyclical trends. Right now, Sun-spot activity is very diminished and diminishing. This will rapidly manifest as colder weather. Furthermore, historic cyclical temperature patterns indicate the Earth is on schedule for a 30-years cooling trend, which will likely include four extreme troughs with virtually no Sun-spot activity, or cold so extreme that it’s as though your thermostat shuts down in the winter.
It is important to recognize that Sun-spot activity is shutting down now and pronto, and the decline is expected to continue between 2019 and 2022. It’s generally agreed that we are entering a Grand Solar Minimum during at least the next half decade.
The following chart shows the latest Sun-spot activity and its very low levels. Beside the standard 11-year solar sunspot cycles, at the same time we are approaching the 206-year cycle.
Strange, cold weather with moisture is already baked in for the near future. More cloud cover causes cosmic rays to seed clouds, resulting in more moisture. Grand Solar Minimums cause the jet streams to be more erratic.
For reasons not completely known, volcanic and earthquake activity intensifies as the planet cools. Any large volcanic eruptions would further add to cold and precipitation. Pinatubo and El Chichon lowered global temperature a half a degree F.
The Cold Sun phenomenon has been on my radar, but I haven’t been a full believer thinking it would be very minor. However yet another wake up call is at hand as it now looks to be actually occurring and largely as has been predicted. And now NASA’s Langley Research Center is weighing in that this Cold Sun phase is showing its face. Corrupt politicians bully their corrupt media outlets into continuing the warming narratives and freeze them into inaction, literally.
Sun-spots activity is expected to see a small uptick between 2022 to 2024, but it will be a fraction of average levels- more akin to a drowning victim coming up for a gasp of air before being pulled under again. As you can see in the chart below, activity is not linear, but bottom line is that the planet is on the cusp of a Cold Sun phase, which last at least a quarter of a century and lead to a global food crisis. The ramifications are immense. Casey estimates that a Dalton Minimum scenario could equate to up to a 30% crop-loss per year.
Winter Watch Takeaway
It is incredible and beyond belief that the Crime Syndicate’s usual suspects would encourage foreign alien populations to flood into areas that will be coming under cold and hunger stress over the next several years. Almost all major revolutions were accompanied by food shortages.
More social cohesion and trust will be required, not less. Societal trust is greater in ethnically similar populations. Ultimately, even in high trust populations, there will likely to be a die off. Populations will shift to warmer regions. Low-cohesion, weaponized low-trust populations like Sweden could see massive conflict and discord. Starving people take desperate measures to survive.
Current Weather Manifestations: Round 1?
Weather events of the last few months are giving us a taste of what’s in store. Last week, UK farmers were left in dismay as heavy snowfall hit during lambing season, Farmers Guardian reports.
The upper Mississippi and Red River of the North basins received rain and snow this spring that was up to 200% above normal. Between March 8 and March 21, almost 1.1 million acres of cropland and over 84,000 acres of pastureland were covered by water for at least a week.
Grain traveling the nation’s railways also continues to be negatively affected by recent flooding, with total volume falling 13.9% year-over-year last week to land at 21,815 carloads.
The following video shows winter storm Ulema, a once-in-a-century inland bombogenesis. The video discusses the set up of this Grand Solar Minimum storm, which illustrates what’s to come during the Cold Sun era. Something in the atmosphere was triggered as an all-time low-pressure reading was broken at 975.1 hPa.
In Iowa, 474,271 acres were covered by floodwaters for at least seven days in March, and Iowa farmers are facing some very tough deadlines. Corn must be planted by May 31 and soybeans must be planted by June 15 in order to qualify for flood insurance. For most Iowa farms that were covered by floodwaters, that’s going to be very difficult.
The bomb cyclone of mid-March was the latest blow to farmers suffering from years of falling income and lower exports because of the U.S.-China trade war.
After the first wave of heavy rain, Dr. Charles Hurburgh, an Iowa State University professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering and professor in charge, Iowa Grain Quality Initiative, said on March 27, “There is what amounts to a wall of water that will cross the state of Missouri, by way of the Missouri River, and meet a rapidly rising Mississippi River.”
Snow in Wisconsin and Minnesota is melting this week, and flooding is expected in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. That’s all going to end up in the Mississippi River, at a point.”
And this week comes a new late season “freak storm”: “Another strong storm is poised to impact the central U.S. from Colorado to the Great Lakes mid-to-late week this week, with strong winds, and heavy precipitation,” reports meteorologist Ed Vallee.
The following image shows current river flooding before this storm. If as anticipated under Cold Sun conditions, spring and summer storms will come through one by one, bringing massive flooding. Field saturation will occur all along the Missouri-Ohio-Mississippi River basin and wipe out large portions of the agriculture in the Heartland.
Heavy rain and snow will impact South Dakota, northern Nebraska and Minnesota, with some areas seeing up to 2 feet of accumulation. Data points to total liquid falling from this storm ranging from 2 to 8 inches, with much higher amounts in already hit areas of the upper Mississippi River. Regardless of exact numbers, this region is already moisture laden due to heavy winter rain and snow, and this additional moisture will lead to catastrophic flooding in the Upper Midwest.
The next image shows the April 11-12 historic late season blizzard Wesley in the upper Mid-West! Expected snowfall.
This will continue to promote disruptions to planting processes in the central U.S.
“The whole Mississippi River system is delayed,” says Joe Dillier, director of plant food at Growmark. “South of St. Louis it is operating, but there’s a lot of restrictions. Tows and operating hours are reduced. Getting supplies to the Quad cities or further north could be a month late.
According to UPI:
Hundreds of millions of dollars in crops destroyed in Midwestern floods this month were not insured, farmers say. And the losses could leave many without sufficient income to continue farming.
“This uninsured grain issue is really starting to affect people,” said Jeff Jorgenson, a western Iowa corn and soy grower whose farm flooded when the Missouri River spilled over its banks March 12.
AccuWeather estimates the total damage and economic loss caused by record-breaking flooding in the Midwestern U.S. this spring will total $12.5 billion, based on an analysis of damages already inflicted and those expected by additional flooding, as well as the lingering health effects resulting from flooding and the disease caused by standing water.
Keep in mind, there is a lot of grain along the Mississippi River in commercial storage. According to government regulations, when stored crops get flooded, they must be destroyed.
Farmers are being told to disinfect their flood-damaged bins. There is a sewer in Omaha, Nebraska, that is just dumping raw waste into the river. We know there are all kinds of health problems.