Weather Scientists – You Got To Love Them

Last week the poles were melting and many major cities of the world would be flooded. Crops would fail. Droughts would engulf the world. Thousands would die from the heat and starvation.
Grin … but this week scientist warn us to stock up on fire wood and buy wool clothing.

Weather Scientists say “Earth heading for ‘mini ice age”. Within 15 years River Thames could freeze over in the 2030s when Northern Hemisphere faces bitterly cold winters.

Scientists have predict a “mini ice-age” that will cause bitterly cold winters. Solar researchers at the University of Northumbria have created a new model of the sun’s activity which they claim produces “unprecedentedly accurate predictions”.
Solar activity will fall by 60 percent according to Prof Valentina Zharkova.

In the cycle between 2030 and around 2040. We predict that this will lead to the properties of a ‘Maunder minimum'”.
Maunder minimum, indicating low sunspot activity, was the name given to the period between 1645 and 1715, when Europe and North America experienced very cold winters.

Source The telegraph News Site.

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10 responses to “Weather Scientists – You Got To Love Them

  1. Saw those post for a couple of days, now being seeing why it is rubbish science for a few days. I think I’ll stick with the overwhelming consensus.

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  2. Silly humans – somehow we think our keyhole view of life, based on our lifespan in time, is how the world is, was, and always will be. Our behaviors both as individuals and as populations do affect our environment – we pollute rivers, destroy mountains – but we can also clean up rivers, and reforest mountains – but they are never the same as they were. And all the while the cycles of nature keep going – even the larger cycles which our limited life spans don’t comprehend. Nature does try to heal – succession demonstrates that – but even the destruction and healing of nature occurs in much longer cycles such as the formation of the Sahara desert or the development of islands along tectonic plates. Why do we get in such a dither about things? We should do the best we can to minimize our disturbance of nature – not try to control it – while being ready to adjust with the changes brought about by the interactions of the many cycles in nature. And if learning how to predict some of these changes helps us adjust, then so be it – we just need to remember that even after 10 thousand plus years, we are still at the very beginning of the learning curve.

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  3. Reblogged this on My Omer of Manna and commented:
    Good morning and Happy Monday… It looks like we might have been given a Reprieve from that Awful Global Catastrophe “Climate Change” or Global Warming as the Powers the Be liked to call it before we found out it stopped Warming in ’96.
    Break out the Parkas and Muck Lucks. -mike

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    • Big Grin … You may or may not be old enough to remember, in the early 70’s scientist were worried sick about the soon to come mini-ice age would require that ‘man’ to cover the poles with a light covering of carbon, carbon black to cause the poles to absorb more of the suns heat.
      Hehehe … in the past 45 / 50 years we have been warned of mini-ice age, global warming and now back to a soon to come mini-ice age.

      Happy gardening parkas are optional

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  4. seems temps here on our planet actually DO have more to do with the Sun’s activity than they do ‘human caused’ global warming…
    but this will be ignored as it doesn’t fit the model they want to push. SSDD
    -mike

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    • Smile .. daddy and grandma said ..”man is full of himself. Nature has a bad habit of setting right anything that may get out of kilter.”

      Happy Gardening

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  5. the weather has been odd/colder here in SW Michigan for the last 3 summers. I used to be able to grow all sorts of hot climate veggies without a greenhouse and now I can only do ‘english’ type vegetables. It’s frustrating.

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