The Ice Age Cometh! Forget Global Warming!

c.a.

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#Météo | These next 48 hours will mark the installation of often mixed weather, especially on Wednesday with the arrival of a disturbance from the West which will cross the country. It will be cooler, except near the Mediterranean where summer will continue!

As the climate narrative crumbles Metro60 compares apples to oranges in a futile attempt at disinformation.
1977: how to survive the next ice age 2008: How to Win the Global Warming War. It is true that in the 70s the thermometer was not very upward oriented. The one thing in the print media that we're sure is true: the date.

Flashback: Published online: 04 Aug 2020

Modern Grand Solar Minimum will lead to terrestrial cooling

Valentina Zharkova
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In this editorial I will demonstrate with newly discovered solar activity proxy-magnetic field that the Sun has entered into the modern Grand Solar Minimum (2020–2053) that will lead to a significant reduction of solar magnetic field and activity like during Maunder minimum leading to noticeable reduction of terrestrial temperature.

Sun is the main source of energy for all planets of the solar system. This energy is delivered to Earth in a form of solar radiation in different wavelengths, called total solar irradiance. Variations of solar irradiance lead to heating of upper planetary atmosphere and complex processes of solar energy transport toward a planetary surface.

The signs of solar activity are seen in cyclic 11-year variations of a number of sunspots on the solar surface using averaged monthly sunspot numbers as a proxy of solar activity for the past 150 years. Solar cycles were described by the action of solar dynamo mechanism in the solar interior generating magnetic ropes at the bottom of solar convective zone.

These magnetic ropes travel through the solar interior appearing on the solar surface, or photosphere, as sunspots indicating the footpoints where these magnetic ropes are embedded into the photosphere.

Magnetic field of sunspots forms toroidal field while solar background magnetic field forms poloidal field. Solar dynamo cyclically converts poloidal field into toroidal one reaching its maximum at a solar cycle maximum and then the toroidal field back to the poloidal one toward a solar minimum. It is evident that for the same leading polarity of the magnetic field in sunspots in the same hemisphere the solar cycle length should be extended to 22 years.

Despite understanding the general picture of a solar cycle, it was rather difficult to match the observed sunspot numbers with the modeled ones unless the cycle is well progressed. This difficulty is a clear indication of some missing points in the definition of solar activity by sunspot numbers that turned our attention to the research of solar (poloidal) background magnetic field (SBMF) [1].

 

dredger

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Found this on Telegram, from a russian channel, in regard to recent snowfalls in Germany.
Here's the translation of the text of the post :

🇩🇪 #Germany. There is a summer snowfall in the west and south of Germany.
📍 As a result of the bad weather, traffic is completely blocked on the roadways in the country.

and the telegram link where you can watch a 40s clip: Безумный мир
 

treesparrow

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It is a pity that information via telegram channels often lack any further references, if one would like to check up things closer…

If those amounts of (what looks to me like hail)… well, those are mighty impressive amounts !!

According to this report the hail was about half a meter deep -

 

Voyageur

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The below is a look back into the great flood of June 19/20 2013 that took out Calgary, Alberta.


At that time in the BC/Alberta Rockies, there was still significant snowpack, and if remembered, a cell came up from Denver Colorado and sat/stalled over the mountains releasing sheets of rain, taking down the snowpack and channeling water into the tributaries right to Calgary.

Today, the snowpack is still significant, and the rains started in the last few days and seem to be strong/continuous - remaining for a few more days. Not saying this is going to happen again, however there are similar conditions.

Overnight on these passes, it is suppose to snow 15 cm - had heard 2 ft. from someone else.

 

Mari

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A third major hail storm in 20 days, this time with the flood, happened in Croatia.



Storm followed by rain, hail and wind hit parts of Krapina-Zagorje, Zagreb and Koprivnica-Križevci counties today, June 13 in the evening

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10 minutes after the fierce storm in Pozanovac





Stormy storm followed by strong wind and hail hit Hrvatsko Zagorje again, this time hail the size of a hazelnut hit the municipality of Bedekovčina on Monday night

The mayor of Bedekovčina, Darko Ban, told Hina that catastrophic scenes were visible in the Poznanovec settlement, where 20 centimeters of ice were recorded on the road .

This is the third in a series of fights that has hit Krapina-Zagorje County in the last 20 days.

Mayor Željko Kolar declared a natural disaster for the area of Hum na Sutli Municipality caused by heavy hail on May 25, and on June 2 the hail caused great damage to agricultural land in the towns of Klanjec and Oroslavje and the municipalities of Kumrovec, Zagorska Sela and Veliko Trgovišće.

After that storm, the Minister of Agriculture, Marija Vučković, visited the affected areas to make sure of the extent of the damage.

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treesparrow

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While parts of southern Montana are dealing with record flooding, it's snow and wind that's hitting the higher elevations of Northwest Montana.

Whitefish Mountain Resort has announced they are closed Tuesday and all activities have been canceled because of wind and snow.

The resort will be providing updates at Whitefish Mountain Resort.


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Looking at the photo provided it appears to be at least 4 inches deep (at the time it was time taken).

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treesparrow

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Heavy June snowfall in the mountains of Alberta, Canada - at least a foot deep -


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While much of the province was pummelled by heavy rain on Tuesday, areas in the eastern slopes were covered with a fresh blanket of snow.

Castle Mountain Resort employees woke up to find more than half the mountain covered in a layer of powder.

"Being in the Rockies, anytime of year, you'll for sure see dustings of snow up on the alpine," said guest services coordinator Kelly Dolan.

"But to wake up to close to 30 centimetres at mid-mountain, the snow line's even a little bit lower than that, is unexpected for sure."

Dolan has worked at castle for more than two years, but says this is one of the largest snow dumps they've seen this late into the season.
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Voyageur

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Heavy June snowfall in the mountains of Alberta, Canada - at least a foot deep -
Just over the rock into BC, here is the Snow Survey and Water Supply Bulletin – June 15th , 2022.

Flood risk remains high due to delayed melt of the mountain snow pack throughout the province and continued unsettled weather conditions. The June 15th, 2022 snow pack is well above normal, increasing to 198% of normal (the average of all snow measurements across B.C.) over the past two weeks (where June 1st was 165%). All regions of the province with snow measurements have snow basin indices greater than 140% of normal, indicating continued risk throughout the Interior from snowmelt related flooding, especially in combination with heavy rain.
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This year, five stations measured record high snow values for June 15th, including sites in the South Thompson, Upper Columbia, and West Kootenay. Approximately three-quarters of the accumulated snow pack has typically melted by June 15th on average (according to data from automated snow weather stations). Snowmelt was delayed by two to four weeks due to extended cooler weather in April and May, where approximately half of the snow pack at automated snow weather stations melted by June 15th.

Snow pack is only one factor related to freshet flood risk. Weather conditions for June through July will determine the timing, magnitude, and rate of snowmelt, where heavy rainfall events can exacerbate snowmelt-driven flows. Due to the significant delay of snowmelt, the freshet flood risk may extend into late July for some regions.

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Summary

Snow pack throughout the province is well above normal. The provincial average for all snow measurements across the province is 198% of normal, and the Fraser River is 198%. These large snow basin numbers reflect a delay in melt, and not continued accumulation of snow from peak levels. Flood risk remains high due to the delayed melt of the mountain snow pack throughout the province. Snow pack is only one factor related to freshet flood risk. Weather conditions through June and July will determine the timing, magnitude, and rate of snowmelt, and heavy rainfall events can exacerbate the situation. The flood season is not over and may extend into late July for some regions. This is the final snow bulletin for the 2022 season; the first snow bulletin of the 2023 season will be released in early January 2023. Thank you to our partners for their contributions to these bulletins.
 

Cassis

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iamthatis

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This is not exactly the IceAge topic, very much related nonetheless. Ben from Suspicious Observers released a video which deals which changes to their projects mostly but at the end he brings on a sobering wake up call for those who still don't take seriously the changes in environment as well as in society and what is about to happen. He's spot on and in accord with findings of this Forum. I put the time mark at the beginning of that part (22:09) so you can listen just to those last 5 minutes.


I am glad he's encouraging his audience to prepare, but his injunction to 'harden' falls flat to my ears. There's a time where hardness is needed, but there's also a time where softness is needed. I think that a more robust preparedness doesn't mean simply hardening - it amounts to establishing oneself in awareness to know the situation, and adapt oneself accordingly.

A balancing perspective:

Tao Te Ching Chapter 76

Lin Yutang

When man is born, he is tender and weak;
At death, he is hard and stiff.
When the things and plants are alive, they are soft
and supple;
When they are dead, they are brittle and dry.
Therefore hardness and stiffness are the companions of death,
And softness and gentleness are the companions of life.

Therefore when an army is headstrong, it will lose in a battle.
When a tree is hard, it will be cut down.
The big and strong belong underneath.
The gentle and weak belong at the top.
 
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Artemis Luna

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Below is a link to a large amount of good data regarding Antarctic ice. It doesn't look like it is melting in the way that the 'global warming' crowd describes. And as for global warming or anthropogenic climate change, that is a full-on psyop. It is perhaps one of the most important scams to understand and contemplate - because we are heading into an ice age.


Aside from electroverse, which has a good amount of introductory information, I would also recommend going to sott.net and using the search terms 'grand solar minimum', 'global warming', 'ice age', and 'climate change', and you will find many articles describing the depth of the lie we've been told since Al Gore rolled out this psyop with his sleek presentation.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to post them here.
Thanks!
 

XPan

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Interesting discrepancies

Thank you for the electroverse.net link, Artemis Luna - always good to bring back links and sites into memory again. I had not visited it for quite a while. There, I looked at the various, interesting charts neatly lined up. So; according to the UHA Satellite Based temperature chart, the global temperature was a mere 0.06°C above average. (Fascinating !)

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While when i looked our the Swedish SMHI Weather service, they published the below shown illustrations, based on ERA5 data, with all the usual suspects of the EU; "Climate Change Service" (what a name !) , ECMWF, Copernicus). There, things looked much hotter, and we are let to believe that it was one of the hottest June months in history in he world. 🧐 (perhaps in Europe, yes)
But the narrative is clearly pushed towards 'a world, far warmer than normal" in the Swedish (and i presume, in most other European countries, in terms of meteorological essays for June 2022)

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Puma

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Nuclear War Would Force Earth Into 'Little Ice Age,' Study Shows

A fresh study on the global impact of a nuclear war has concluded that any conflict would plunge the world into darkness, cause temperatures to plummet and wipe out much of the world’s sea life.

Researchers at Louisiana State University ran multiple computer simulations to assess the impact of global and regional nuclear conflicts on the world’s oceans. They found that in all scenarios, firestorms would release soot and smoke into the upper atmosphere, blocking out the sun and forcing temperatures to fall by an average 13 degrees Fahrenheit in the first month.

That, in turn, would cause ocean temperatures to fall and sea ice to expand by more than six million square miles, blocking major ports including China’s Tianjin, Copenhagen and St. Petersburg. Researchers said changes to Arctic sea ice would likely last thousands of years, describing the event as a “nuclear little ice age.”

The study comes after the specter of nuclear war was raised following Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warning in April that there was a “serious” risk of nuclear war.

Lead author, assistant professor Cheryl Harrison, said: “It doesn’t matter who is bombing whom. It can be India and Pakistan or NATO and Russia. Once the smoke is released into the upper atmosphere it spreads globally and affects everyone.”

The simulations examined what would happen to the Earth if the US and Russia dropped 4,400 100-kiloton bombs on cities and industrial areas, and, separately, if 500 of the same-sized weapons were detonated in an India-Pakistan conflict.

In the largest scenario, ocean recovery would likely take decades at the surface, and hundreds of years at depth.
Nuclear War Would Force Earth Into 'Little Ice Age,' Study Shows


Ice Age is going to be Putin’s fault
 
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