Saturday, August 13, 2016

Winter Is Coming

When I browse the news sites these days, the world looks more and more like the dystopian nightmare depicted in Game Of Thrones, apart from the fact that we have electricity and better plumbing.

So how can it be described as being 'a denier' when somebody says Winter Is Coming?

The Iron Throne featured in Game Of Thrones (Image )

This is the dire forecast of Professor Valentina Zharkova, a solar physicist at Northumbria University, who has based her prediction on sun spot activity – known to be a significant driver of global climate – which is currently very low and likely to get even lower during the next three solar cycles.

She has spoken about her research and her battle to get it taken seriously by the climate establishment in an interview with the Global Warming Policy Forum. You can see it in this short film.

According to Professor Zharkova:
We will see it from 2020 to 2053, when the three next cycles will be very reduced magnetic field of the sun. Basically what happens is these two waves, they separate into the opposite hemispheres and they will not be interacting with each other, which means that resulting magnetic field will drop dramatically nearly to zero. And this will be a similar conditions like in Maunder Minimum.
What will happen to the Earth remains to be seen and predicted because nobody has developed any program or any models of terrestrial response – they are based on this period when the sun has maximum activity — when the sun has these nice fluctuations, and its magnetic field [is] very strong. But we’re approaching to the stage when the magnetic field of the sun is going to be very, very small.
The Maunder Minimum occurred during the depths of the Little Ice Age, a period of feeble summers and bitingly cold winters, war, pestilence and famine. It wasn’t all bad: rivers like the Thames in London froze so thickly they could accommodate Ice Fairs; and it’s said that the slow tree growth induced by the cold gave the wood in Stradivarius violins their special timbre. On the whole, though, a descent into a new mini Ice Age would be massively debilitating both to the global economy and people’s living standards. Since the Little Ice Age ended in the middle of the Nineteenth century, we have all got used to the comforts and agricultural advantages (such as being able to grow wheat in more northerly latitudes) of living through a period of global warming. A second Little Ice Age will come as a very nasty shock.

That shock will be felt most especially by the world’s climate alarmist Establishment, whose scientists and learned institutions have staked their reputation on the idea that CO2, not solar activity, is the prime driver of climate and that the planet is on a warming trend not a cooling one.

This explains  why when Professor Zharkova first released her findings last year, various climate alarmists went behind her back to the Royal Astronomical Society to try to persuade them to withdraw the press release.

Such behaviour is typical of the Warmageddonists of course. People who lie, cheat, "hide the decline" conspire to prevent their opponents work being published and lobby politicians in efforts to have diverse opinions crimimalised (the same methods as the medieval agents of The Inquisition used to suppress protestantism, Judaeism, atheism, paganism and freethinking,) will do anything to prevent their bigoted views being challenged by more rational ideas.

Once again then we see The Church Of Sciencology cult trying to suppress free speech and prevent unorthodox ideas being given a fair hearing. But to followers of The Church Of Sciencology cult, SCIENCE IS THE ONE TRUE, INFALLIBLE GOD AND TO QUESTION IT IS BLASPHEMY.

So now you know what we Global Warming sceptics are up against.


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