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Bert

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Just 5 more spotless days needed this year and we will break the record of 2008.
https://www.spaceweather.com/

We are definitely in interesting times. It is time for new science and insights!
I'm curious to see if weather gets stuck again in the same mode for several weeks/months.
So long dry periods, wet periods,... which I observed in 2008-2009.
 

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It is very interesting to see how many aspects of our lives on earth, the solar system, and the galaxy roll together.
 
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Some info:
"Sunspot activity since 1956 - a wet year in Australia. The next cycle is going to be even weaker than the current one which is going to have enormous implications for our changing climate. Drier in Aus, colder for most of the world. With the hemisphere fading and our magnetosphere weakening and moving toward reversal, we also have record high cosmic ray bombardment. This will alter the jetstreams (as we're already seeing), produce more storms, more cloud cover and increased albedo (cooler planet), more volcanism, and probably more earthquakes as well. Reduced crop yields, increased food prices, etc. This is why it is so terrible that people believe we are on planet being warmed by CO2. It simply isn't happening and very few people understand the magnitude of what will unfold. About every 12,000 years we go through this, and most times, civilisations end. We are no exception. " — Clinton Hurst
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"Approaching an all time record for days without sunspots. Currently at third on the list. This is going to bring more cold, more storms, more volcanism. The magnetosphere is continually declining, the heliosphere is weak, and as a result we are being hit by more cosmic rays than at any time since records began. The climate is certainly changing, but it has nothing to do with CO2. It is much bigger than that, and so many people are focused precisely on the wrong problem. This is really going to cause terrible problems in the coming years. Many people won't survive this. " — Clinton Hurst​

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"Another spotless day on our sun... and looking very quiet this next week. I think we will easily have 270 or more spotless days this year... today is number 259. That will be the most in over a century... Welcome to the Grand Solar Minimum! " (Dec. 7, 2019) — Beyond the Matrix
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And finally, I came across this article that somewhat supports the above statement (Oct. 28, 2019)

THE SUN HAS BEEN SPOTLESS FOR A TOTAL OF 224 DAYS IN 2019, AND COUNTING… LOOMING GRAND SOLAR MINIMUM​
"During periods of low solar activity, such as the deep solar minimum we’re in now, the Sun will often be devoid of sunspots." ... "​
As of Oct 28, the current stretch of days without any observable spots has reached 25, making for a total of 224 spotless days in 2019 so far (or 74%). This means that 2019 has now surpassed the 222 spotless days observed in 2018, with more than 2 months to go.​
2019 even looks set to eclipse 2008’s total of 269 spotless days (or 73%), when the Sun had just gone through it’s weakest solar cycle, and consequently deepest solar minimum, of the past 100+ years:"​
 
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Clint

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We're really starting to see some of the consequences of the weakening Sun and geomagnetic reversal progression. The jetstreams are weakening and slowing seasons, storms are getting intense and out of season, record cold and snow all over the place, and still more to come in Jan/Feb. It is gaining momentum, without a doubt.
 
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Here is also a chart with the Ap geomagnetic index for the last 80 years.
There is a large correlation between temperature and geomagnetic index for the polar regions.

What you see clearly is the very low Ap index the whole last solar cycle and now again below everything of the space age except the low record of ca. 2009.

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the data is from this tread: https://www.spaceweatherlive.com/community/topic/1553-ap-aa-indices-and-solar-minimum/
 
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I wonder if this has to do with what you keep hearing/seeing about Feb 20 2020, therium?
 
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Some info:
"Sunspot activity since 1956 - a wet year in Australia. The next cycle is going to be even weaker than the current one which is going to have enormous implications for our changing climate. Drier in Aus, colder for most of the world. With the hemisphere fading and our magnetosphere weakening and moving toward reversal, we also have record high cosmic ray bombardment. This will alter the jetstreams (as we're already seeing), produce more storms, more cloud cover and increased albedo (cooler planet), more volcanism, and probably more earthquakes as well. Reduced crop yields, increased food prices, etc. This is why it is so terrible that people believe we are on planet being warmed by CO2. It simply isn't happening and very few people understand the magnitude of what will unfold. About every 12,000 years we go through this, and most times, civilisations end. We are no exception. " — Clinton Hurst


"Approaching an all time record for days without sunspots. Currently at third on the list. This is going to bring more cold, more storms, more volcanism. The magnetosphere is continually declining, the heliosphere is weak, and as a result we are being hit by more cosmic rays than at any time since records began. The climate is certainly changing, but it has nothing to do with CO2. It is much bigger than that, and so many people are focused precisely on the wrong problem. This is really going to cause terrible problems in the coming years. Many people won't survive this. " — Clinton Hurst​


"Another spotless day on our sun... and looking very quiet this next week. I think we will easily have 270 or more spotless days this year... today is number 259. That will be the most in over a century... Welcome to the Grand Solar Minimum! " (Dec. 7, 2019) — Beyond the Matrix


And finally, I came across this article that somewhat supports the above statement (Oct. 28, 2019)

THE SUN HAS BEEN SPOTLESS FOR A TOTAL OF 224 DAYS IN 2019, AND COUNTING… LOOMING GRAND SOLAR MINIMUM​
"During periods of low solar activity, such as the deep solar minimum we’re in now, the Sun will often be devoid of sunspots." ... "​
As of Oct 28, the current stretch of days without any observable spots has reached 25, making for a total of 224 spotless days in 2019 so far (or 74%). This means that 2019 has now surpassed the 222 spotless days observed in 2018, with more than 2 months to go.​
2019 even looks set to eclipse 2008’s total of 269 spotless days (or 73%), when the Sun had just gone through it’s weakest solar cycle, and consequently deepest solar minimum, of the past 100+ years:"​
and here is the real reason of the financial crash, only the power makers turn it the wrong side

p.s. seems the isolation investments come at a good time, and to think is my times of feeling cold liated to an imbalance of what i eat or a thing i feel in advance
 

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Dalton Minimum approaching. And if we have bad luck it will even be a Maunder Minimum.
 
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DM just took up this story:

The sun has been eerily quiet for 264 days in a row - just 96 hours short of setting a new record with no surface activity since March 24
  • March 24 was the last time a sunspot was seen on the surface of the moon
  • The modern record is from 2008 when a blemish was not seen for 268 days
  • Solar minimums mean reduced activity on the sun as its magnetic field weaken

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-7790163/The-sun-eerily-quiet-264-days-row-just-96-hours-away-setting-new-record.html
 
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Maybe the moon really is "Death Star", a shiny metal sphere reflecting the sun at 100%! :ROFL:

The problem with the above data is it doesn't go back far enough. The sun has cycles of hundreds and thousands of years, which means we need data sets of 10000 years to ascertain the cycle that is relevant to this Grand Solar Minimum.
Some reports mentioned that this cycle correlates with the one that spanned the Dark Ages:
  • 1300 for when warm summers stopped being dependable in Northern Europe ***this seems to have happened within past 2 years.
  • 1315 for the rains and Great Famine of 1315–1317 ***we may already be here. a lot of countries are running their stocks down fast.
  • 1550 for theorized beginning of worldwide glacial expansion
    • ***ignore MSM, this is already happening, Russia and Canada are having trouble with their north Arctic water passages due to "unbreakable" ice.
  • 1650 for the first climatic minimum.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Ice_Age

It is possible next year may be the start of the 1315, as harvests are down significantly 40-80%, and plantings are either delayed or canceled altogether due to rains and skipped seasons. In the US, the Midwest is projected to be anywhere between 30-80% down in agri production next year, mainly due to incessant rains flooding planting fields, and the skipped fall season.
Also due to flooding, meat production is down across the board significantly. Anyone who's been grocery shopping for the past 6 months can see meat prices skyrocketing. Based on visual observation, Costco and Sams Club's premium meats added another $6-12/lb!
As detailed on icefarmer site, sugar will be almost completely out next year. Already in potato shortage in parts of middle US.

Stay tuned....
 
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Maybe the moon really is "Death Star", a shiny metal sphere reflecting the sun at 100%! :ROFL:

The problem with the above data is it doesn't go back far enough. The sun has cycles of hundreds and thousands of years, which means we need data sets of 10000 years to ascertain the cycle that is relevant to this Grand Solar Minimum.
Some reports mentioned that this cycle correlates with the one that spanned the Dark Ages:
  • 1300 for when warm summers stopped being dependable in Northern Europe ***this seems to have happened within past 2 years.
  • 1315 for the rains and Great Famine of 1315–1317 ***we may already be here. a lot of countries are running their stocks down fast.
  • 1550 for theorized beginning of worldwide glacial expansion
    • ***ignore MSM, this is already happening, Russia and Canada are having trouble with their north Arctic water passages due to "unbreakable" ice.
  • 1650 for the first climatic minimum.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Ice_Age

It is possible next year may be the start of the 1315, as harvests are down significantly 40-80%, and plantings are either delayed or canceled altogether due to rains and skipped seasons. In the US, the Midwest is projected to be anywhere between 30-80% down in agri production next year, mainly due to incessant rains flooding planting fields, and the skipped fall season.
Also due to flooding, meat production is down across the board significantly. Anyone who's been grocery shopping for the past 6 months can see meat prices skyrocketing. Based on visual observation, Costco and Sams Club's premium meats added another $6-12/lb!
As detailed on icefarmer site, sugar will be almost completely out next year. Already in potato shortage in parts of middle US.

Stay tuned....
We will indeed need to adapt to a changing environment. And what you say is correct.
A few year ago I got to the conclusion that with saying it this way we are also invoking fear in people :eek:(in trying to wake them up;))
We only have to try to avoid being doomsayers and climate catastrophists because there is enough fear in the world.
we should try to find a way to say the truth without the doomsday atmosphere.

In my opinion we have the ability to still feed everyone in a little ice age but we will have to adapt in our type of food.
the first one is less meat as 70 % of agricultural soil is used for meat production. and maybe more base foods instead of special stuff.

to be continued...
 

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To know can be planted at home t fill the belly is also a part, can be free energy be a solution with it?
 
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Space Weather just sent this out:

SUNSPOTS BREAK A SPACE AGE RECORD: Solar Minimum is officially "deep." 2019 has just broken a Space Age record for days without sunspots. Moreover, an international panel of scientists led by NOAA and NASA predicts that Solar Minimum could deepen even further, not reaching its lowest point until April of 2020.​
 

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