Global Cooling....?


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Jul 9, 2006
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I wish this isn't true about the coming cooling, if that is indeed the case, but the sun is the master driver of Earth's climate.

Based on the charts above the way things are going, sunspots could disappear altogether in the next handful of years. When you look at the bottom chart with the B Gauss, when levels drop below 1500 sunspots will all but disappear. What the total repercussions will be is yet to be determined but another serious blow to the Global Warming agenda has been delivered today.

For years a raging debate has been going on between Global Warming being natural or man-made, false or true, political or scientific. Well today in a major announcement the American Astronomical Society has dropped a bomb on the astronomical, meteorological, and political field. In their annual meeting taking place the following has been stated:

An excerpt from Space, NASA Information & News | Outer Space Flight Videos & Pictures | Astronomy, Solar System Images | states the following:

Some unusual solar readings, including fading sunspots and
weakening magnetic activity near the poles, could be indications
that our sun is preparing to be less active in the coming years.

The results of three separate studies seem to show that even as
the current sunspot cycle swells toward the solar maximum, the
sun could be heading into a more-dormant period, with activity
during the next 11-year sunspot cycle greatly reduced or even

The results of the new studies were announced today (June 14) at
the annual meeting of the solar physics division of the American
Astronomical Society, which is being held this week at New Mexico
State University in Las Cruces.

Currently, the sun is in the midst of the period designated as Cycle
24 and is ramping up toward the cycle’s period of maximum
activity. However, the recent findings indicate that the activity in
the next 11-year solar cycle, Cycle 25, could be greatly reduced.
In fact, some scientists are questioning whether this drop in
activity could lead to a second Maunder Minimum, which was a
70-year period from 1645 to 1715 when the sun showed virtually
no sunspots.

“We expected to see the start of the zonal flow for Cycle 25 by
now, but we see no sign of it,” Hill said. “This indicates that the
start of Cycle 25 may be delayed to 2021 or 2022, or may not
happen at all.”

If the models prove accurate and the trends continue, the
implications could be far-reaching.

“If we are right, this could be the last solar maximum we’ll see for a
few decades,” Hill said. “That would affect everything from space
exploration to Earth’s climate.”

Read more and see charts at:

American Astronomical Society Joins the Dark Side |