Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Say Goodbye to Sunspots?

Disturbing "non-events" are taking place on our sun... and the global warming alarmists continue their charade... that is going to get a lot of people killed...

Science Now
Scientists studying sunspots for the past 2 decades have concluded that the magnetic field that triggers their formation has been steadily declining. If the current trend continues, by 2016 the sun's face may become spotless and remain that way for decades—a phenomenon that in the 17th century coincided with a prolonged period of cooling on Earth....

.... Astronomers have been observing and counting sunspots since Galileo began the practice in the early 17th century. From those studies, scientists have long known that the sun goes through an 11-year cycle, in which the number of sunspots spikes during a period called the solar maximum and drops—sometimes to zero—during a time of inactivity called the solar minimum.

The last solar minimum should have ended last year, but something peculiar has been happening. Although solar minimums normally last about 16 months, the current one has stretched over 26 months—the longest in a century. One reason, according to a paper submitted to the International Astronomical Union Symposium No. 273, an online colloquium, is that the magnetic field strength of sunspots appears to be waning.....
Once again... I think we need to prepare for a very cold winter in the northern hemisphere. For example in Peru hundreds of people have frozen to death and thousands of animals have frozen because of their coldest winter in over 50 years... but the alarmists are attributing this to global warming?

Winter is already coming down from the arctic over Europe and Eurasia.

Please... prepare.

xtnyoda, shalomed



Blogger Locutisprime said...

I can hear it now..."but can't you see! We are freezing because of global warming and man's impact on the environment!"

I wonder, does Kool Aid become pop cicles at 32 degrees?

6:58 AM  

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