Good Morning America says, “Brutal. That’s the best way to describe the frigid temperatures that has swept the nation this winter. Americans have had to contend with Mother Nature’s icy grip — a combination of blizzards and even the Polar Vortex. And while today may be the last meteorological day of winter, it’s not over yet. More snow is set to return to the Midwest and Northeast next week.”
The press, meaning our corporate owners, has wanted Americans to believe, until this week, that global warming was something to be scared about. Now we have, in edible dosages, official admission that global warming actually stopped in 1998. One could interpret this as the UN and many other organizations have been lying to us month by month for years over this issue that started to become a non-issue 17 years and thousands of articles ago.
Before you read the new official indisputable positions on global warming stop and look at the actual words being used—slowdown of warming. That is a well-engineered phrase to cover up the frightening prospect of freezing to death in a civilization, which has not prepared for the opposite of what they have been scaring us with for a decade. You will see below first they tell us in soft words what is actually happening and why (which I have been saying for years) but then they insist on going back to predictions of future warming.
Since an exceptionally warm 1998, there has been "a short-term slowdown in the warming of Earth’s surface," Britain’s Royal Society and the U.S. National Academy of Sciences said in a report. The U.S. National Academy of Sciences and the Royal Society, which is the national scientific academy of the United Kingdom, are releasing an unusual plain language report on climate change.
The warming hiatus may be caused by shifts in the oceans that are absorbing more heat from the atmosphere, the report said. Other studies suggest that sun-dimming volcanic eruptions or a lower output from the sun may contribute. Small volcanic eruptions help explain a hiatus in global warming this century by dimming sunlight and offsetting a rise in emissions of heat-trapping gases to record highs, a recent study showed.
Eruptions of at least 17 volcanoes since 2000, including Nabro in Eritrea, Kasatochi in Alaska and Merapi in Indonesia, ejected sulfur whose sun-blocking effect had been largely ignored until now by climate scientists. (This report on volcanoes is hugely understated.)
Does not matter what anyone says, our ‘official’ scientists are "very confident" that the planet will warm further this century, causing more extreme heat waves, droughts and rising seas. Meanwhile others are saying, “geo-engineering proposals are gaining traction as carbon emissions soar, placing Earth on track for warming of maybe four degrees Celsius (7.2 degrees Fahrenheit) by 2100.
But the sun is going to a two hundred year minimum and someone does not know how to count at Reuters. We had over 80 volcanic eruptions in 2013 alone. At this point global warming is yielding to cooling and threats of a mini ice age. Victor Manuel Velasco Herrera, a researcher at the Institute of Geophysics with the National Autonomous University of Mexico sees evidence that points to the onset of a “little ice age” in about 10 years that could last for much of the 21st Century. The IPPC models are not correct because they do not take into account natural factors like solar activity, he said in a lecture.
Astrophysicists have been aware for years of what is going on in the sun and their predictions are for cooling not warming. “We can expect the onset of a deep bicentennial minimum of total solar irradiance (TSI) in approximately 2042±11 and the 19th deep minimum of global temperature in the past 7500 years – in 2055±11. After the maximum of solar cycle 24, from approximately 2014 we can expect the start of deep cooling with a Little Ice Age in 2055±11.” states Habibullo I. Abdussamatov, Russian Academy of Science, 1 February 2012.
What NASA Says
NASA says that CO2 is a coolant not a warming gas. One part of NASA is now in conflict with its climatologists after new NASA measurements prove that carbon dioxide acts as a coolant in Earth’s atmosphere. NASA’s Langley Research Center has collated data proving that “greenhouse gases” actually block up to 95 percent of harmful solar rays from reaching our planet, thus reducing the heating impact of the sun. Carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitric oxide (NO) are two substances playing a key role in the energy balance of air above our planet’s surface tending to cool not heat.
The global climate is undergoing dramatic changes of ‘biblical’ proportion. Earth has just entered the beginnings of the dangerous cooling with NASA being way out in front in predicting what is happening now and what is going to continue to happen for decades to come.
On May 10, 2006 on, NASA’s official site we read, The Sun’s Great Conveyor Belt slowed to a record-low crawl, according to research by NASA solar physicist David Hathaway. "It’s off the bottom of the charts," he said. "This has important repercussions for future solar activity."
The Great Conveyor Belt is a massive circulating current of fire (hot plasma) within the Sun. It has two branches, north and south, each taking about 40 years to perform one complete circuit. Researchers believe the turning of the belt controls the sunspot cycle, and that’s why the slowdown is important.
"Normally, the conveyor belt moves about 1 meter per second—walking pace," says Hathaway. "That’s how it has been since the late 19th century." In recent years, however, the belt has decelerated to 0.75 m/s in the north and 0.35 m/s in the south. "We’ve never seen speeds so low."
According to theory and observation, the speed of the belt foretells the intensity of sunspot activity ~20 years in the future. A slow belt means lower solar activity; a fast belt means stronger activity. "The slowdown we see now means that Solar Cycle 25, peaking around the year 2022, could be one of the weakest in centuries," says Hathaway. Here we are at a peak period in Solar Cycle 24 and the sun is quiet but it’s going to get a lot quieter and a lot colder.
The Coming Ice Age will be Difficult
Physicist Vladimir Paar has already been predicting a time when most of central Europe will be covered in ice again. It is inevitable—a coming Ice Age—it’s Nature, it’s a cycle, it’s the sun doing what it always does and it probably also has something to do with orbital cycles and other complicated stuff.
“Most of Europe will be under ice, including Germany, Poland, France, Austria, Slovakia, and a part of Slovenia,” said the professor Paar from Croatia’s Zagreb University, who has spent decades analyzing previous ice ages in Europe and what caused them. The freeze will be so complete that people will be able to walk from England to Ireland or across the North Sea from Scotland to northern Europe.
Vladimir Paar said, “They might migrate to the south, or might stay, but with a huge needed increase in energy use.” The Ice Age “could happen in five, 10, 50, or 100 years, or even later. We can’t predict it precisely, but it will come. The reality is that mankind needs to start preparing for the ice age. We are at the end of the global-warming period. The ice age is to follow. Paar says it will still be possible for man to survive in the ice age, but the spending on energy will be enormous. “Food production also might be a problem. It would need to be produced in greenhouses with a lot of energy spent to heat them.”
What can you say to a race of beings whose habit of mind is to, as a matter of routine, deny the truth when it is presented? On the level of action, we deny the truth, even if we listen and agree, when we do not act on the truth. Those who desire to remain and tough it out in the colder climates had better begin preparing—not for global warming—but global cooling. At a minimum we are being offered another mini ice age, one like we had only a few centuries ago.
At my Sanctuary, which I hope to open in a few months in the interior of Brazil, it is cooler than here on the northeast coast, where I have lived for the last 14 years. I am putting Biomats in every room at my retreat center to keep people warm during the cold nights ahead. It is much less expensive and healthy to heat a body in bed with nurturing infrared rays than heat rooms and houses. The point is that we do need to think ahead. It takes courage to imagine something we should fear – meaning something that merits us taking evasive actions.
When I get back to Sanctuary to live, I will probably start investing in greenhouses!