"The New Little Ice Age Has Started." - Habibullo Abdussamatov, head of space research and Russian Academy of Science’s Pulkovo Observatory in St. Petersburg
This is the unambiguous title of a new study from one of the world's most prestigious scientific institutions, the Russian Academy of Science's Pulkovo Observatory in St. Petersburg. "The average temperature around the globe will fall by about 1.5 C when we enter the deep cooling phase of the Little Ice Age, expected in the year 2060," the study states. "The cooling phase will last for about 45-65 years, for four to six 11-year cycles of the Sun, after which on the Earth, at the beginning of the 22nd century, will begin the new, next quasi-bicentennial cycle of warming."
Habibullo Abdussamatov, the head of space research at Pulkovo and the author of the study, has been predicting the arrival of another little ice age since 2003, based on his study of the behaviour of the Sun's different cycles and the solar activity that then results. His model — informed by Earth's 18 earlier little ice ages over the past 7,500 years, six of them in the last thousand years — led to his prediction more than a decade ago that the next little ice age would occur between 2012 and 2015. Unlike the global warming models of scientists, which were soon disproved by actual measurements, Abdussamatov's models have been affirmed by actual events, including the rise of the oceans and the measurable irradiance sent earthward by the sun. This record of accuracy — which he has repeatedly demonstrated in studies between 2003 and now — leads him to now confidently state that in 2014–15, we began our entry into the 19th Little Ice Age.
An underheated planet is a real threat humans have actually faced
Abdussamatov was once a lonely voice in the view that Earth could be embarking on a prolonged cooling spell due to solar, not manmade, factors. No longer. Because sunspots are eerily disappearing from the face of our sun — just as they disappeared during the Little Ice Age in the late 1600s — speculation of another cooling period has been widespread by bodies such as the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan and the Riken research foundation. Last year, a team of European researchers unveiled a scientific model at the National Astronomy Meeting in Wales predicting a "mini ice age" from 2030 to 2040 as a result of decreased solar activity.
For one thing, we can deep freeze dreams of economically exploiting the vast energy wealth of the Arctic Ocean, which geological surveys indicate is the richest in petroleum of all the oceans. The conventional belief that global warming would soon melt the Arctic, and make economic the large-scale infrastructure needed to operate in its inhospitable environment, had many in the oil industry — and in governments — gearing up to claim their share of this new frontier. Their dreams will now need to be set aside for the cold century ahead.
"The Arctic will freeze solid and rapidly by 2020 and thus allow much more Arctic air to build up and move southward toward Great Britain." - David Dilley, CEO of Global Weather Oscillations
He said: "We have had five warming cycles since about 900AD, each followed by a dramatic cooling cycle.
"The last global warming cycle ended in 1790 and the year 2020 is 230 following this – thus I have been talking about rapid cooling beginning in 2019."
He said the oncoming cooling will send temperatures plummeting to lows last seen in the 1940s – when the mercury bottomed out at -21C during winter in the UK.
He said: "Cooling from 2019 into about 2020 to 2021 will bring world temperatures back to where they were in the 1940s through the 1960s.
"The Arctic will freeze solid and rapidly by 2020 and thus allow much more Arctic air to build up and move southward toward Great Britain.
"Expect by the mid to late 2020s that winter temperatures will dip even colder than the 1940s to 1960s.
"This will last for 60 to 100 years and then a gradual warm-up toward the next global warming cycle that will not be as warm as the one we are now coming out of."
The long range global temperature decline had accelerated as we go into the Mini Ice-Age
The Earth climate (climate) had descended into that beginning point long ago as well as the sun and other bigger masses are the main drivers of our planet, not tiny CO2 (co2), not humans.
The temperature drop off had accelerated from 2016, 2017 with agricultural season length shortened and will bottom out by 2021-2024. The temperature will be rebound slightly through 2035 #SolarCycle25 maximum then may drop again to plunge Earth into Long Ice-Age Glaciation (ia) from #SolarCycle26 onward unless accelerated by a supervolcanic eruption.
#SolarCycle24, #SolarCycle25 Grand Solar Minimum
The face of the sun has been blank (no sunspots) for 13 consecutive days. The last time this happened was April of 2010, near the end of the last deep Solar Minimum of #SolarCycle23. The current stretch of blank suns heralds a new Solar Minimum expected to arrive in 2019-2020, and will bottom out by 2021.
Predictions for our next #SolarCycle25 (starting in 2022, peaking in 2035) and why it is expected to be even smaller than our current #SolarCycle24 which is the smallest since #SolarCycle5. #SolarCycle26 (2050 onward) is predicted to be negligible. Dates are approximate as any #MegneticStorm, #VEI7 supervolcanic explosion or #Asteroid impact could change everything.
Solar Cycles Solar Activity
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