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I am starting this fundraiser for Dr. Valentina Zharkova and her research team.   Her work pushes the boundaries of traditional science.  She is one of very few how accurately predicted solar cycle 24.

The next Modern grand minimum of solar activity is upon us in 2020–2055.

Her forecasts should be used to help prepare society in making adaptions and address challenges that come with grand solar minimums.

Looking at history is it clear the Earth / Sun System goes through many different changes, weakened magnetosphere, disturbing weather patterns,  cosmic rays, cloud nucleation, ocean oscillations, volcanism etc.   Empires have risen and fallen with several grand cycles.  We must learn from our history,  our food supply, and livelihood is directly threatened by these changes.    Understanding and forecasting our sun’s activity is important for all beings on this planet.

Please support Zharkova’s research all money raised goes directly to her and her team.

Team Zharkova’s latest research: Oscillations of the baseline of the solar magnetic field and solar irradiance on a millennial timescale clearly shows many AGW alarmists out there how warming is NATURAL!!!

There is a group of alarmists trying to get her paper unpublished.   These men with their minds closed to real science hang onto AGW theory as if it were a religion.

They are trying to take her paper down even though they exhibit very little understanding of the research behind
( SIM Solar inertial motion )

Valentina Zharkova is a Professor in Mathematics at Northumbria University. She has a BSc/MSc in Applied Mathematics and Astronomy, a Ph.D. in Astrophysics, and a certificate in project management.

She graduated from the National University of Kyiv, Ukraine in 1975 with a BSc/M.Sc. first-class with distinction degree in Applied Mathematics and Physics (joint honours).

In 19I75-1978 worked as Junior researcher at Physics and Applied Maths Department, then moved to the Solar Division of the Main Astronomical Observatory, Kyiv, Ukraine for my Ph.D. studies in Applied Mathematics/Solar Theory.

After successfully defending her thesis in non-LTE radiative transfer entitled

“Hydrogen emission in quiescent solar prominences with filamentary structure”, I worked at Space Science Laboratory, Physics Department, the National University of Kyiv as a junior researcher, lecturer/researcher senior – lecturer/senior researcher (1978-1994).

In 1992, Valentina joined the Astronomy Group of Glasgow University as the Senior Royal Society visitor, then a Research Fellow (1993-1999).

In 2000, she became a Lecturer at the University of Bradford, in 2002,  was appointed to a Reader and in 2005 to a Professor in Applied Mathematics.

From September 2013 She joined the Northumbria University as a Professor in Mathematics.

Key Publications
Oscillations of the baseline of solar magnetic field and solar irradiance on a millennial timescale, Zharkova, V., Shepherd, S., Zharkov, S., Popova, E. 24 Jun 2019, In: Scientific Reports

Non-thermal hydrogen Lyman line and continuum emission in solar flares generated by electron beams, Druett, M., Zharkova, V. Mar 2019, In: Astronomy & Astrophysics

Particle acceleration in coalescent and squashed magnetic islands, Xia, Q., Zharkova, V. Dec 2018, In: Astronomy & Astrophysics

Lost and found sunquake in the 6 September 2011 flare caused by beam electrons, MacRae, C., Zharkov, S., Zharkova, V., Druett, M., Matthews, S., Karate, T. Nov 2018, In: Astronomy and Astrophysics

On a role of quadruple component of magnetic field in defining solar activity in grand cycles, Popova, E., Zharkova, V., Shepherd, S., Zharkov, S. Sep 2018, In: Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics

Reply to comment on the paper “ on a role of quadruple component of magnetic field in defining solar activity in grand cycles” by Usoskin (2017), Zharkova, V., Shepherd, S., Popova, E., Zharkov, S. Sep 2018, In: Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics

HYDRO2GEN: Non-thermal hydrogen Balmer and Paschen emission in solar flares generated by electron beams, Druett, M., Zharkova, V. Feb 2018, In: Astronomy and Astrophysics

Beam Electrons as a source of Hα Flare Ribbons, Druett, M., Scullion, E., Zharkova, V., Matthews, S., Zharkov, S., van de Voort, L. 27 Jun 2017, In: Nature Communications

Updated analytical solutions of continuity equation for electron beams precipitation – II. Mixed energy losses, Zharkova, V., Dobranskis, R. 1 Jun 2016, In: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

On the generation of hydrodynamic shocks by mixed beams and occurrence of sunquakes in flares, Zharkova, V., Zharkov, S. Nov 2015, In: Solar Physics

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