Climate Change Global warming

Climate Change,  Global warming ,greenhouse gases, Climate Change Anthropology.

Nope, It’s a Solar Maximum. During the Solar Maximum, earthy directed solar radiation is increased. At the same time during a Solar Minimum, There is an decrease of Solar Radiation. We are now at or near the Solar Maximum.

Weather and Climate are dependent on the Sun and the fact that the Earth is tilted on it’s axis, a fact that any school age child should know. I learned that in grade school, Didn’t You? Another interesting fact I had learned is there is always the same amount of Carbon on Earth, regardless of it’s state.

The Sun:

Three studies presented by scientists at a conference in Las Cruces, New Mexico yesterday predict that sunspots are set to temporarily and unexpectedly vanish in coming years as part of a solar “hibernation” period that could last for decades.

The consequences for us? Possibly global cooling, for starters—a byproduct of an extended period of “solar minimum,” in which sunspot and solar flare activity would be diminished. The sun usually runs through an 11-year cycle during which sunspot activity waxes and wanes. The last solar “maximum”—the point at which upwards of hundreds of sunspots may be active on the sun’s surface—was back in 2000. The current peak is expected in early 2013, and it may be one of the weakest since 1928, though we’re kind of bad at predicting these things: NASA had previously suggestedthe cycle would peak between 2010 and 2012 and that it would be “the most intense solar maximum in fifty years.”

The same approach employed to determine that year or two delay in solar maximum—an approach dubbed “helioseismology” that studies seismic wave activity on the sun—now suggests the sun is entering a relatively quiet period, prompting weaker future solar cycles.
The CIA Report and the Warning from Wisconsin

In August, 1974, the Office of Research and Development of the Central Intelligence Agency produced a report entitled “A Study of Climatological Research as it Pertains to Intelligence Problems” – available online at:

Forget global warming – it’s Cycle 25 we need to worry about
(and if NASA scientists are right the
Thames will be freezing over again)
The supposed ‘consensus’ on man-made global warming is facing an inconvenient challenge after the release of new temperature data showing the planet has not warmed for the past 15 years.
The figures suggest that we could even be heading for a mini ice age to rival the 70-year temperature drop that saw frost fairs held on the Thames in the 17th Century.
Based on readings from more than 30,000 measuring stations, the data was issued last week without fanfare by the Met Office and the University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit. It confirms that the rising trend in world temperatures ended in 1997.

Read the Sunspots  by Timothy R. Patterson, Financial Post   June 20, 2007

  1. 4 Known Sunspot Cycles
    1. 11-year “Schwabe” sunspot cycle –  We find a very strong and consistent 11-year cycle throughout the whole record in the sediments and diatom remains. This correlates closely to the well-known 11-year “Schwabe” sunspot cycle, during which the output of the sun varies by about 0.1%.
    2. 75-90-year “Gleissberg Cycle  – we see marine productivity cycles that match well with the sun’s 75-90-year “Gleissberg Cycle,”
    3. 200-500-year “Suess Cycle and the
    4. 1,100-1,500-year “Bond Cycle.”
  2. Even though the sun is brighter now than at any time in the past 8,000 years, the increase in direct solar input is not calculated to be sufficient to cause the past century’s modest warming on its own. There had to be an amplifier of some sort for the sun to be a primary driver of climate change.
  3. Indeed, that is precisely what has been discovered. In a series of groundbreaking scientific papers starting in 2002, Veizer, Shaviv, Carslaw, and most recently Svensmark et al., have collectively demonstrated that as the output of the sun varies, and with it, our star’s protective solar wind, varying amounts of galactic cosmic rays from deep space are able to enter our solar system and penetrate the Earth’s atmosphere. These cosmic rays enhance cloud formation which, overall, has a cooling effect on the planet. When the sun’s energy output is greater, not only does the Earth warm slightly due to direct solar heating, but the stronger solar wind generated during these “high sun” periods blocks many of the cosmic rays from entering our atmosphere. Cloud cover decreases and the Earth warms still more.
  4. The opposite occurs when the sun is less bright. More cosmic rays are able to get through to Earth’s atmosphere, more clouds form, and the planet cools more than would otherwise be the case due to direct solar effects alone. This is precisely what happened from the middle of the 17th century into the early 18th century, when the solar energy input to our atmosphere, as indicated by the number of sunspots, was at a minimum and the planet was stuck in the Little Ice Age.
Still believe in Gore Ball Warming. Hell, I think you still think the earth is Flat too. We are being victimized by charlatans. DEF: A charlatan (also called swindler or mountebank) is a person practicing quackery or some similar confidence trick in order to obtain money,
fame or other advantages via some form of pretense or deception. From Wikipedia.
I advise you to get educated and learn the truth.

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One Response to Climate Change Global warming

  1. John D Wheeler says:

    I have in my possession an exhaustive list of the people who fully understand the Earth’s climate. I will reproduce it below:

    Got it? (Deities in human form have been excluded.)
    It’s easy to tell a real climate expert from a charlatan. A true expert will use words like “may”, “could”, “in that case”, “these models predict”, etc. Anyone who claims to know what the climate is doing is a charlatan.

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