Grand Solar Minimum

Victorian grain production down 42% as Grand Solar Minimum intensifies

Remember a few years ago almost when XYZ first reported that the Grand Solar Minimum was beginning and the effects of global cooling would soon begin to hit?

Well, they’re hitting.

VIC grain production down 42%

Potato Harvets VIC
The potato harvest hasn’t been reduced just in Europe, too. It’s happening across the northern hemisphere.
Poor potato harvest conditions Wisconsin
Kenya Potato Harvest

China Potato Harvest

Canada Potato Harvest

From the article:

“It’s an unprecedented figure,” Dan Sawatzky, general manager of the Keystone Potato Growers Association, said. “The potato producers association has been around for 50 years and never had to abandon that many acres.”

Potato growers started harvests in the second week of September, and that’s when the cold, damp weather moved in.

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The IPCC: Weaponising weather for one-world government

Remember when you were in primary school, and you dropped stuff off balconies and the bag racks, and the teacher told you about the theory of gravity.

Or in high school, when you saw pictures that started with little sloth creatures and ended with a white man, and the teacher was like, “This is the theory of evolution”.

Remember how in science, all knowledge is tentative, and is expressed in terms of hypotheses and theories?

I do. And this is something that has bothered me for a long time.

If global warming is science, why don’t they call it a theory?… Read the rest

1989 UN report: ‘By 2000, coastal cities will be underwater’

I can remember having a bout of anxiety and insomnia for a couple weeks back in 1987. I was eight.

I was very worried about AIDS and the hole in the ozone layer.

I finally talked to someone about it, and the worries faded. But they never went away.

Until I learned that AIDS is basically a gay disease and the ozone layer’s bloody fine.

Now, when I think about it, I get angry. Somewhere, back in the 70’s and 80’s, a bunch of social engineers decided it would good for lulz to freak people out by telling them they’re all gonna die.… Read the rest

Why volcanic eruptions and earthquakes are increasing

The eruption of Mt Kilauea in Hawaii has provided some stunning imagery for news reports. What is left out, however, is that the Kilauea eruption is part of a global trend of increased volcanic eruptions, and a harbinger of more to come.

Volcanic eruption Hawaii

Also omitted from news reports on the eruption is an explanation of the cause. According to a team of Japanese astrophysicists, however, the cause is not a mystery. They demonstrated conclusively in 2011 that explosive volcanic eruptions are triggered by cosmic rays.

volcanoes triggered by cosmic rays

Cosmic rays are high-energy radiation which originates from outside our galaxy. They travel in streams from intergalactic sources, like rivers through the cosmos fueled by supernovae. Read the rest

Global cooling alert: Gulf stream weakest in 1600 years

The Gulf Stream is shutting down. That’s bad news for Europe.

Nature article

That’s because the Gulf Stream, which brings warm water up from the Caribbean and runs it along the western coast of Europe, is the only thing that makes London and Berlin not have the same weather as Moscow and Montreal.

The imminent shutdown of the current is happening right in time for Harvard scientists to bring woolly mammoths back from extinction though, which is cool.

Woolly mammoth

The findings were published in establishment science journal Nature. All researchers know that if you contradict the establishment line on man-made global warming, you don’t get published, you don’t get funded, you don’t get invited to conferences with nice sandwiches and name badges and you probably don’t even get your PhD in the first place.… Read the rest