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Brutal Cold Headed For Europe, NA-Solar, Ocean Cycles Bode Of Little Ice Age
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JL, you will love this one from Pierre Gosselin's blog:

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By P Gosselin on 5. Dezember 2012

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Clearly ocean cycles do play a major role on climate, as Joe shows. But it’s not only Europe’s weather that is beginning to resemble the Little Ice Age. Also the sun is beginning to look like it did during the Little Ice Age.

Solar cycles as well bode very ill for the coming winters.

Frank Bosse has an article today at Die kalte Sonne.de/7191 on the current solar cycle. He writes as follows (translated and condensed):

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In the link is another LINK that show THIS current solar cycle is the weakest in the last 225 years and the next one could turn out to be one the weakest of the entire interglacial period.
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Its a shame you haven't placed this in the 'Sandbox', so the Buzz can offer his learned opinion. S5


Ohhh that Evil Climate Bastardi, putting out such filth and lies.
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And here is something very important from the article:

Quote: The question today is: Was the peak in November 2011 with a SSN=96.7 the high for the current cycle? Although the sun is capable of surprises, all observations indicate that SC 24 indeed reached its peak last year. There are a number of signs that tell us this: The poles of the sun’s magnetic field have switched, which is a strong indicator that the peak is behind us:

We shouldn't even be close to the peak yet, and the field shouldn't have switched already, if past cycles are an indicator. Well, my guess is that the person on the street will actually 'get this' before the bureaucrats do. After all, they are the ones who have to get out on the street, and savor all the climate change. LOL!

Hey, after all is said and done, Landscheidt is going to be proven a true prophet with all this.

I wonder if the area, in and around Omaha, will reflect all this in the future?
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(12-08-2012, 05:47 PM)John L Wrote: Its a shame you haven't placed this in the 'Sandbox', so the Buzz can offer his learned opinion. S5


Ohhh that Evil Climate Bastardi, putting out such filth and lies.

This article is above his pay grade thus it would not help him get over his delusions over CO2 or CH4 molecular capabilities.
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JL,

did you see this LINK yet?

This would indicate that the GRAND MINIMUM is now more likely than the Dalton Minimum to occur and that is the scary part.The big drop in UV entering the oceans are going to create a energy shortfall too big to ignore in a few years.
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(12-08-2012, 05:47 PM)John L Wrote: Its a shame you haven't placed this in the 'Sandbox', so the Buzz can offer his learned opinion. S5


Ohhh that Evil Climate Bastardi, putting out such filth and lies.

By the way I exposed what a warmist goofball Matrix and BUZZ are in a few places on the net in recent weeks as examples of how dumb they are when they are confronted with inconvenient facts.

I made sure they come here to see what I am talking about when I bring up those two loads on two feets.

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(12-08-2012, 06:30 PM)sunsettommy Wrote: JL,

did you see this LINK yet?

This would indicate that the GRAND MINIMUM is now more likely than the Dalton Minimum to occur and that is the scary part.The big drop in UV entering the oceans are going to create a energy shortfall too big to ignore in a few years.

No, but I did see this one from Geoff Sharp's comments on the above link, which also includes SC19.

I'm still of the opinion that this next little ice age is going to be more like a Dalton event, rather than a Maunder one. Its going to require a whole lot less solar activity to get there. But I also know that back then, the ability to detect the least active sunspots were not all that good, even with early telescopes. So the reporting that there were so few sunspots is most likely not accurate. I think even back then there were still a lot more sunspots than realized, because we are just a lot more scientifically sophisticated picking them up today.

And I still not completely plugged into all this about the main oceanic heating deriving from UV radiation. I'm sure it has a lot to do with things, but I'm still a "heat from within" person. That's why the Pacific is warmer than the Atlantic. Ring of Fire, and all that, don't you know.
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But don't forget that in November we had 20°C (summer temprature) in Brussels. Never seen that warm so late in the season. As I'v never that cold so early in the season.
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(12-09-2012, 12:52 PM)Fredledingue Wrote: But don't forget that in November we had 20°C (summer temprature) in Brussels. Never seen that warm so late in the season. As I'v never that cold so early in the season.

Let me say this, and I have stated it many times already. Rise in temperatures tend to be rather uniform, and are not damaging like the opposite. Drop in temperature tends to cause disruption as in storms and trouble to humans.

What you are witnessing is exactly what occurred during the last little ice ages, especially the Maunder Minimum. If you ever watched that show, "Little Ice, Big Chill", it stated up front that the weather started out erratic in nature, including ruinous rains.

Just because you may experience warmer falls, does not mean you will experience the same during winter. And during the last round of little ice age, the Founding Fathers were writing the US Constitution, and having to endure exceptional heat in the summer. It was so sweltering they had to leave Philadelphia. Its just that those sweltering hot days were less in number, that's all.

But the winters............................................
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AGW posits an increase of a fraction of 1 % anyway, so a warm or cold winter wouldn't mean much to that theory honestly.
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Incidentally, I haven't been to SpaceWeather.com for a little while now, but here is what greeted me just now, when I returned.

[Image: hmi200.gif]

This is the classic example of what is going on with SC24, and why we are headed into another grand solar minimum in the near future. Right now, there should be at least eight to ten, at the minimum, sunspots showing on this half of the sun's surface.

I went back to Dec 8th, and there is this.

[Image: hmi200.gif]

If I go back, I'm sure I can find some days with far more. But the sad truth is that the sun is strangely quiet, and I don't relish the planet cooling down. Because when this starts happening, watch out for more extreme hurricanes, more droughts, more human suffering, and just more bad things in general.

So if you live in the more northern extremities, you are in for one hell of a ride soon, regardless what Algore, or RealClimate.org, may tell you.
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