Naked Science – Big Freeze
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“If you think you’re safe living in the peaceful climate of today, think again. Evidence shows that our planet has plummeted into periods of intense cold time and time again in the past. The question is: When will we next freeze over? Naked Science reveals how massive volcanic eruptions can cause global temperatures to drop for up to two years. We fly into an active volcano to collect samples of the gases that form a “global mirror” reflecting sunlight away from the Earth, causing these drops. The small changes in climate that volcanoes cause often start a domino effect of social and political disasters, resulting in a total reshuffling of life on our planet. The most recent “Earth changing” eruption occurred 1,500 years ago. These events can create or destroy civilizations and cultures, and form much of the modern world we live in today. But ominously these volcanically induced drops in temperature are just a blip compared to other drops that have occurred in the past. Evidence shows that time after time our planet nose-dives into Freezes that last over a thousand years. The effects on life are catastrophic. Entire species are wiped off the face of the planet. The last of these thousand years Big Freezes happened 11,500 years ago and pushed countless animals to extinction. These huge Big Freezes can be caused by changes in our oceans. Our oceans constantly flow in a circuit called the Great Ocean Conveyor. This transports cold water to the equator and transports warm water to the poles. But sometimes this system shuts down triggering massive climatic changes around the world and triggering a Big Freeze that lasts a thousand years. In a bizarre twist, it’s when our planet undergoes warming that these shut-downs occur. Worryingly Global Warming, today, might actually cause the Great Ocean Conveyor to shut-down triggering a devastating Big Freeze. Evidence shows that this shut-down might already be underway.”
Snowing Again in Sahara Desert & Magnetosphere Decline Causing Jet Streams to Dance
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“The media is scrambling to explain the all-time record cold that descended on the US and Canada over the holiday break through the beginning of the New Year. I heard repeatedly that N. America was the only cold place on the planet, well that’s not entirely true, Asia shivered through record cold with crop losses as far south as Myanmar. The explanations never include grand solar minimum forces, weakening magnetosphere or 400-year repeating cycles. Now there are tornadoes in France in January, snow storms over the Sahara desert again. CO2 is not to blame, its the Sun.”
Published on 8 Jan 2018.
Deserts Across the World Bloom, Heavier Rains Caused by Cosmic Rays Creating More Clouds
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“With cosmic rays forecast to increase 19% in solar cycle 25, we can postulate that rains and floods will increase globally. What has the effect of 12.5% increase in cosmic rays had over the last 2 years? If there will be could increases we should see deserts turning green as we do across Africa, South America, USA, Australia and out of seasonal rains in S.E. Asia plus record floods across the globe. These are a clear message that more intense rains and precipitation records will continue through 2025. This will affect crop production as well.”
Published on 30 Apr 2017.
Parts Of The US Are ‘Coldest On The Planet’ As Big Freeze Rages On
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“Temperatures in parts of the US are currently being deemed the coldest on the planet when wind chill factors are added in, with -73°C (-100°F) being predicted for New Hampshire.
Mount Washington, a ski resort in the White Mountain National Forest, in eastern New Hampshire was forecast to be the coldest spot in the entirety of US this weekend, according to the weather observation station located on its summit. The 1,916m-high peak was tied for the second coldest place on Earth with Armstrong, Ontario, both averaging at -36°F (-37.7778°C) early Saturday morning. Pairing this sub-zero temperature with the wind chill equivalent of -69°C (-93°F) was what made the chilly peak feel far colder than usual.”
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Written By Kate Demolder