This morning, I read a small paragraph on space weather.com. I’ll leave the image. It talks about the sun going into a deep minimum, that sunspot numbers where plummeting, cosmic rays are intensifying and to stay tuned….
Im just curious to know is why is the Grand Solar Minimum being discussed every where, but they don’t want to call it a Grand Solar Minimum.It has all the makings for a Grand Solar Minimum so far. Infact,this particular minimum is accelerating faster than any minimum going back as far as 9300 years.
Unfourtunatley , MSM is still in denial. I’ve seen some progress where sometimes you here about cloud nucleation on the weather channel and they will describe what affects cosmic rays have in our atmosphere.. but no mention of the word cosmic rays, instead they say that the earth is pounded with tons of small space rocks… space rocks???
We still have a long way to go, but I’m pretty sure if you are reading this, you have already figured it out and know the science behind the Grand Solar Minimum.
I have been reading a lot lately and saw a story that caught my eye.https://wattsupwiththat.com/2018/01/07/cold-snap-brings-snowfall-to-the-sahara-desert-for-the-second-winter-in-a-row/
What surprises me is the fact we have snow cover in the desert. It has to be really cold for snow to stick and accumulate on top of sand. Last I checked sand holds heat better than any surface. Now I’m not trying to say that this article proves we are cooling, but it is a surprising event none the less.
Let’s be clear though, I’m pretty sure nobody even gave any thought to the possibility of snow in the desert during this cool down. This isn’t the first article that covers snow in the desert. Last year there were more snow events in more locations than before so I am curious to see what 2018 will bring.
Bottom line is, it’s pretty cold out in certain regions and we are seeing weather events in locations that normally do not see extreme weather. It is however, the very beginning of The Grand Solar Minimum. Stay tuned….
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