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  • Global COOLING Causes Extreme Weather โ€“ NO DENYING IT!

    | 08 Sep 2018
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    Global warming alarmists and climate scientists make a fatal mistake when assessing climate change. We often hear that extreme weather will get worse and worse due to man-made global warming. They tell us that drought, flooding, heat waves, hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, and just about anything else will become worse and worse due to your SUVโ€™s CO2 emissions.

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    Letโ€™s investigate these claims one by one to see if their claims are credible.

    Letโ€™s start with drought. Are droughts getting worse? Are they becoming more frequent? Well, according to the EPA, it isnโ€™t. In fact, the alarmistsโ€™ claim is 100% backwards. Drought is actually becoming less common. Global precipitation has been increasing significantly since 1900ย (Figure 1). In addition, three of the wettest years on record have occurred in the last 20 years. Climate fraudsters also blame increasing precipitation on global warming to fit their agenda.

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    Figure 1: Global precipitation increasing | Source: EPA

    What about flooding? Is the increase in precipitation increasing flood occurrences? Once again, the answer is NO. Data from the EPA shows that river flooding has had no trend in the U.S. since the 1960sย (Figure 2).

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    Figure 2: U.S. flooding risk trends since 1965 | Source: EPA

    Moving on to the next claim โ€“ are heatwaves getting worse? NO, they are not. Dr. John Christy of UAH has put together this graphย (Figure 3)ย below, which shows that the number of 100 degree days have been decreasing since 1915.

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    Figure 3: U.S. number of 100 degree days since 1895 | Source: UAH, Dr. John Christy

    What about hurricanes and tornadoes? Are they getting worse? Yet again, the answer is no. In fact, hurricaneย (Figure 4), tropical cycloneย (Figure 5), and tornadoย (Figures 6 & 7)ย occurrences have been declining since the 1970s and 1950s respectively.

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    Figure 4: Global hurricane frequency | Source: Dr. Ryan Maue at weather.us

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    Figure 5: Global tropical cyclone frequency | Source: Dr. Ryan Maue at weather.us

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    Figure 6: U.S. annual total tornado count EF-1 โ€“ EF-5 | Source: NOAA

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    Figure 7: U.S. annual violent tornado count | Source: NOAA

    Lastly, wildfires. Are they getting worse? Nope. Data from Dr. John Christyย (Figure 8)ย and from USDAย (Figure 9)ย show that the number of wildfires and the amount of acreage burned have been declining for a long time.

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    Figure 8: Number of wildfires โ€“ globally | Source: UAH, Dr. John Christy

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    Figure 9: Amount of acreage burned by wildfires by year | Source: USDA

    If we look at a global temperature graph, you can see that as the temperatures rose between 1979 and 1998, and as the temperature stayed steady between 1998 and 2016, drought, heat waves, hurricanes, tornadoes, and forest fires became less common, which is the complete opposite of climate scientistsโ€™ and alarmistsโ€™ claims.

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    If you go to the years where it was colder such as the 1880s, 1890s, 1900s, 1910s, 1960s, and 1970s, more drought, hurricanes, and tornadoes took place during those years. The reason for these occurring during cooler years all has to do with the Sun.

    When there is a high sunspot count, like there had been recently, the Earth becomes warmer due to more radiation from the Sun. Therefore, we got a stable atmosphere; a warmer atmosphere, and a warmer ocean. This keeps everything calm, because the climate system is balanced for a time. This is part of the reason we havenโ€™t seen any violent tornado destruction in the past 10 years or major hurricane activity between 2005 and 2017.

    When there is a low sunspot count, the Earthโ€™s atmosphere cools, but the oceans and surface stay relatively warm. This makes the atmosphere unstable, which is a recipe for disaster.

    Hurricanes fuel off of warm water, and an unstable climate system. This is called the Hurricane Sunspot Theory. Read more on thatย here.

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    We are now headed for another solar minimum, which means that the Earthโ€™s temperature will drop 1 to 2 degrees Celsius over the next decade and a half. This will slowly make the atmosphere more unstable, thus increasing the number and strength of extreme weather events. This uptick in [extreme weather] will surely be blamed on the nonsense of human-caused global boiling, but those of us who understand the climate system and the atmosphere know otherwise.

    ๐†๐‘๐€๐๐ƒ ๐’๐Ž๐‹๐€๐‘ ๐Œ๐ˆ๐๐ˆ๐Œ๐”๐Œ ๐‡๐€๐’ ๐๐„๐†๐”๐ (bit.ly/2owzMIa)
    Shorter agricultural season length combined with extreme weather will reduce food available for next year and will be more severe by 2021-2024.

    The regular Joe does not know whatโ€™s going on. Our livelihood is at risk. As Galactic Cosmic Rays continue to intensify under our quiet sun, staggering agricultural catastrophes abound.

    More cosmic rays mean more cloud condensation nuclei, meaning more cloud coverage when and where water vapor is abundant [CERN CLOUD Experiment]. Over ionized atmosphere means increased energy and electrical charge:

    โ˜‘ย These rays can penetrate the ground where they interact with silica-rich magma chambers and increase volcanic gaseous pressures, release, then eruptions.
    โ˜‘ย Storms are more frequent some more intense, threatening crops, disrupt transportationโ€ฆ

    ๐„๐€๐‘๐“๐‡ ๐‚๐‹๐Ž๐”๐ƒ ๐‚๐Ž๐•๐„๐‘
    Large solar eruptions decrease Earthโ€™s cloud cover, and clouds are known to affect global temperatures. The Sunโ€™s energy output and the Total Solar Irradiance (TSI) do affect our planetโ€™s weather in repeating cycles.

    Sunspot activity waxes and wanes with roughly an 11-year cycle, and through +/- 400 years of sunspot observation, it seems we are starting to repeat a cold period. The Sun influences the climate by altering the intensity of the cosmic-ray flux reaching the Earthโ€™s surface:

    โžกย ๐ƒ๐”๐‘๐ˆ๐๐† ๐“๐‡๐„ ๐’๐Ž๐‹๐€๐‘ ๐Œ๐€๐—๐ˆ๐Œ๐”๐Œ
    When the sun is more activeโ€“more sunspots, a stronger magnetic field, larger auroras, stronger solar winds, etc.โ€“fewer cosmic rays strike the earth and cloud cover is reduced, resulting in warmer temperatures.

    โžกย ๐ƒ๐”๐‘๐ˆ๐๐† ๐“๐‡๐„ ๐’๐Ž๐‹๐€๐‘ ๐Œ๐ˆ๐๐ˆ๐Œ๐”๐Œ
    Fewer sunspots, Earthโ€™s magnetic field is weakening setting into motion a chain of events which causes destabilizing of Earthโ€™s fluids โ€“ mostly of magma and also oceans and ice.

    These natural cyclical events cause the shifting of weather patterns, climate, elevated earth changing events such as drought, flood, earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, hurricanes, typhoons, etcโ€ฆ

    The sun is not subtle at all keeping all life possible down here on planet earth. The sun, when aroused puts out a higher velocity of solar wind that protects the earth from cosmic rays.

    During periods of low solar activity, which we are now experiencing, the solar winds decrease allowing more cosmic rays to penetrate the earth atmosphere, which increases cloud formation, which would be the main cooling mechanism from the diminished solar activity.

    https://hydroloop.org/solar-cycle/

    The combined effects of increased cloud coverage and volcanism induce โžคplanetary cooling, therefore;
    โ˜‘ย earlier and longer winters,
    โ˜‘ย shorter springs,
    โ˜‘ย shorter, but warmer summers with โžคmore hailstorms, โžคfloods/drought, โžคforest fire, โžคquakes, โžคvolcanic eruption, โ€ฆ thee jacked up planting seasons, threatening crops, global food international insecurity, stability, and so on, โ€ฆ

    The pope encourages you to eat leftover food, and Google News talks about Qanon; all distractions are in play as the Grand Solar Minimum intensifies.

    Exciting times for humanityโ€“worthwhile challenges as consciousness rises.

    Start growing your own food today. Spread this truth by clicking share below โ€“ these are natural cycles, and itโ€™s up to us to build anti-fragile communities in order to thrive in the times ahead.

    For theย #GrandSolarMinimumย andย #IceAgeย proof transport system: theย HYDROLOOP.orgย system

    ๐˜พ๐˜ผ๐™๐™Ž๐™€๐™Ž:
    โ˜‘ย The #GrandSolarMinimum has begun,ย bit.ly/2owzMIa,ย bit.ly/2MYDNzG,ย bit.ly/2MnAnu4

    ๐™€๐™๐™๐™€๐˜พ๐™๐™Ž:
    โžกAn example of impact on Laos:ย bit.ly/2MUINFu,
    โžกand around the world:ย bit.ly/2MnAnu4.
    โ˜‘ย International Food Securities are at risk,
    โ˜‘ย Comfortable living and transportation are affected,
    โ˜‘ย Health and Safety are now global issues.

    ๐™Ž๐™Š๐™‡๐™๐™๐™„๐™Š๐™‰๐™Ž:
    EXAMPLE OF ONE TROPICAL CYCLONE BEBINCA:ย bit.ly/2BoBKni, one among all other Tropical Cyclones:ย bit.ly/2L81Udoย together with monsoons/rains from the Pacific/Indian Oceans, the Gulf of Thailand, and the melting Ice from Tibet, prove Laos and Thailand have too much freshwater and most are under the ground stored since aeons.
    This freshwater storage and collection can be transferred to the drought region/time from Thailand to Africa, the deserts Belt (from China Gobi Desert to the Sahara), Australia, and Western Europe reversing from causing $trillions in economic value (economic collapse) and many lives lost to $trillions in economic value increase, saving lives, and prosper toward a more resilient society.

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    โ˜‘ย Hydroloop will eliminate Hyperloop thermal expansion issues
    โ˜‘ย Hydroloop will run on gravity fed freshwater
    โ˜‘ย Hydroloop will work 24/7/365, not like any other transport system
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    โ˜‘ย Hydroloop can phase out fossil-fuel (or abiotic)
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    โ˜‘ย Hydroloop will cool/heat buildings
    โ˜‘ย Hydroloop can adjust the amount of freshwater returning to the sea via rivers, therefore Hydroloop is the solution to control the sea level
    โ˜‘ย Hydroloop should be integrated into new modern cities, industries, and infrastructures, resilient to #IceAge andย #postIceAgeย #BigMeltย avoiding anotherย #MassExtinctionย #Events
    โ˜‘Hydroloop will rebalance tectonics vertical movement due to ice gain/lost weight change
    โ˜‘Hydroloop will generate multi-generational creative, well-paid jobs and add $trillions in economic value instead of losing it.
    โ˜‘Hydroloop can make space exploration a reality (unlike failed NASA:http://bit.ly/2L4JBWK)
    Technology and banking are ready:ย https://hydroloop.org/banking/

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    Therefore, the Hydroloop is better than Elon Musk Hyperloop, SpaceX, NASA, and other space agencies combined, ready to reverse economic collapse and lowered incomes/earnings.
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    WORKS CITED

    Dr. John Christy Testimony to Congress Number 1
    https://www.nsstc.uah.edu/users/john.christy/docs/ChristyJR_SenateEPW_120801.pdf

    Dr. John Christy Testimony to Congress Number 2
    https://docs.house.gov/meetings/SY/SY00/20160202/104399/HHRG-114-SY00-Wstate-ChristyJ-20160202.pdf

    โ€œClimate Change Indicators: River Flooding.โ€ย EPA,ย Environmental Protection Agency, 17 Dec. 2016,ย http://www.epa,gov/climate-indicators/climate-change-indicators-river-flooding.

    โ€œClimate Change Indicators: U.S. and Global Precipitation.โ€ย EPA,ย Environmental Protection Agency, 17 Dec. 2016,ย http://www.epa.gov/climate-indicators/climate-change-indicators-us-and-global-precipitation.

    โ€œExtreme Weather Page.โ€ย Watts Up With That?,ย 20 Apr. 2014, wattsupwiththat.wordpress.com/reference-pages/climatic-phenomena-pages/extreme-weather-page/.

    โ€œIndicator 3.16: Area and Percent of Forest Affected by Abiotic Agents.โ€ Polybius at The Clickto Network, Fox News, web.archive.org/web/2014913135647/http://www.fs.fed.us:90/research/sustain/criteria-indicators/indicators/indicator-316.php.

    โ€œTornado Page.โ€ย Watts Up With That?,ย 27 Dec. 2015, wattsupwiththat.wordpress.com/reference-pages/climatic-phenomena-pages-tornado/.

    http://icecap.us/images/uploads/Solar_Changes_and_the_Climate.pdf