The current year’s Jan-April global temperatures has been
characteristically below average. So much so heat wave conditions are yet to
engulf the north-west of India, threatening a good monsoon. [Extreme heating of this kind is what helps put the
right temperature/pressure gradient into place relative to the ocean. The
monsoon rides this gradient from the southwest.]
Back in September 2007,
when the Arctic sea ice reached the minimum extent recorded since 1979, it
provided the fodder to NGOs like Greenpeace to create mass climate hysteria. They
went on to predict that the Arctic Ocean would be ice-free during the summer in
the upcoming years, with some even predicting that it would be ice-free as
early as the summer of 2012. And yet, the Arctic sea ice is currently running
either at or above average, depending on which data source you use. And the
Antarctic (which is over 9 times the Arctic geographically) ice extent is at
all time record expansion levels.
April turned out to be a
warmer than normal in much of Europe. And yet it is now clear that this month (May)
could see Europe break the record for the coldest for the month. This rapid and
unexpected flip of the weather caught most weather forecasters, even brilliant weatherman
like Piers Corbyn, on the wrong foot.
If all these developments
appear to indicate a natural progression to an increasingly colder world, then
here’s a possible bombshell of a confirmation. According to research by the
National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, an unusual magnetic change is
taking place in the sun which may have four poles as early as this month (May).
Normally, the sun's magnetic field flips about once every 11 years. In 2001,
the sun's magnetic North Pole, which was in the northern hemisphere, flipped to
While scientists had
predicted that the next flip would begin from May 2013, the solar observation Japanese
Satellite Hinode found that the North Pole of the sun had started flipping
about a year earlier than expected. There was no noticeable change in the South
Pole. If that trend continues, the North Pole could complete
its flip in May 2012 but create a four-pole magnetic structure in the sun, with
two new poles created in the vicinity of its equator.
The end of the solar cycle
is signaled by a flipping of the magnetic poles of the Sun, it then enters the
Solar Minimum with solar flare activity dropping to its lowest point. During
the pole shift the Sun may exhibit unusual activity including the appearance of
4 magnetic poles, 2 North and 2 South. Like a two headed chicken, this is most
Even more significant, the
study points that the Sun is currently exhibiting similar solar activity to
that observed during the Maunder Minimum, which occurred during the coldest
years of the Little Ice Age in the 17th century.
Sunspot activity is far
easier to observe, than other solar processes, from the Earth’s surface. Solar
observations actually date back as far back as the 17th century, enabled by the
invention of the telescope. Giovanni Domenico Cassini and a team of observers
in France collected many of the early observations, including those during the
Maunder Minimum. This was an 80-year period in the 17th century, when London's
Thames River froze over, cherry blossoms bloomed later than usual in Kyoto, European canals regularly froze solid and Alpine glaciers encroached on mountain villages.
The Maunder Minimum
occurred between 1645 and 1715 and is characterized as being a period with
incredibly low levels of sunspot activity. During the 30 years in the
middle of Maunder Minimum sunspot activities almost completely disappeared.
During the coldest years of
the Little Ice Age (LIA), which occurred from 1350 to 1850 the Themes in London
froze solid along with New York’s Hudson river, Manhattan become only an ice
skate away. The great famine of 1315
marked a treacherous start to the LIA.
While we climate sceptics
have been highlighting that we have entered the global cooling cycle for some
years now, not many of us expected accelerated cooling until the maxima of the
current solar cycle occurred, predicted by NASA somewhere between 2013-2014. If
these Japanese climatologists are correct, the solar maxima of this current
Cycle 24 have now passed and the sun will start fast declining to its minima. Analysis by experts at NASA and the
University of Arizona suggest that Cycle 25, whose peak is due in 2022, will be
a great deal weaker still than the current Solar Cycle 24. The
emitting unusually high levels of energy throughout the 20th Century, is now
heading towards a ‘grand minimum’ in
its output, threatening cold summers, bitter winters and a shortening of the
season available for growing food.
Climatic cooling involves feedback by which that cooling accelerates itself. As ocean surface waters
cool, they absorb more atmospheric CO2. Colder surface waters also mean less
water evaporation, hence less later water re-precipitation over land, causing
drought and desertification, changing land surface reflectivity [albedo] in
ways which further cooling.
The resulting drought, and
lowered photosynthesis rates due to drought, plus heightened oceanic CO2
depletion, also leads to lowered evapo-transpiration rates by plants. The
resulting drop in atmospheric water vapor levels furthers drought and
desertification, and also adds to cooling in another way, because water vapor
too has a strong greenhouse effect, stronger than that of CO2. Moreover,
increasing land snow cover means maximally increased "albedo" - increased reflection of sunlight back into
outer space, exacerbating the climatic cooling in a self-amplifying fashion.
Global cooling means shrinking
growing seasons, as well as drought. The long winter of 1977-78 cut four to six
weeks from the agricultural season in the northern hemisphere. Many are
concerned that the cooling will drastically curtail food production even before
its other effects become alarming. The agricultural regions of the
industrialized temperate zone global latitudinal band will probably be harder
hit, at first, than the unindustrialized equatorial zone global latitudinal
band of the Earth's noosphere.
For decades publicity-grabbing
environmental NGOs sustained a livelihood depending on the public's continued
belief that a) the world is getting hotter and b) it’s all our fault. So if
these Japanese climatologists are correct, then it is curtains for climate
alarmists. For NGOs, it won’t be easy to shake off their criminal past as
willing accomplices in the climate scam.
They can expect the chickens to come home to roost. The very least of
their problems would be few takers for their advocacy campaigns. Expected public
backlash will not only ensure a dwindling support (donation & volunteer)
base for NGOs like WWF, Greenpeace, Oxfam, ChristianAid, ActionAid, CARE etc
who played high profile roles in the climate scam, but they could be additionally flooded with litigation,
whose combined impact could lead to serious existential problems for these
knows whether the likes of Gerd Leopold ex boss of Greenpeace; Jim Leape,
Director General of WWF International; Daleep Mukarji, ex boss of Christian Aid
or Barbara Stocking of Oxfam GB and their lackeys in India would in the near
future get hauled up by the International Court of Justice to be tried for charges
Crimes against Humanity? We climate sceptics won’t settle for anything less.
Looks like written to contradict with NGOs. Where is link to Japanese statement.ReplyDelete
Yes, since NGOs are important cog in the wheel of the climate scam, I suppose it was written to contradict the NGO position, but only in passing.ReplyDelete
As to the link to National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, just google the institution and 4 polar sun. There are tons of links
"..get hauled up by the International Court of Justice to be tried for charges Crimes against Humanity? We climate sceptics won’t settle for anything less."ReplyDelete
This will never happen. No matter what proof you provide which contradicts the faith of climate alarmism, the faithful will carry on undaunted, their faith will remain intact. And since AGW cannot be proved one way or another, the offending people have a 'get out from jail free' card.
If climate faith continues, in a hundred years there may be church ceilings with frescos of the early disciples Al Gore and Rajendra Pachauri. Someday this atrocity will happen.
I agree. Faith cannot be disproved. They will flaunt the precautionary principle. Even better, blame Global Cooling on carbon just as they did in the 70s.ReplyDelete
But what the hell? We can dream can't we?