Dennis Avery writes in the Canada Free Press about the coming climate change bomb shell, as the results of the CLOUD experiment at CERN is published. The speculation is growing that the CLOUD results verify Henrik Svensmark, Danish Space Research Institute, theory that natural cosmic rays create tiny “cloud seeds” that when mixed with atmospheric gases and are bombarded with ultra-violet light create cooling clouds.
Get ready for the next big bombshell in the man-made warming debate. The world’s most sophisticated particle study laboratory—CERN in Geneva—will soon announce that more cosmic rays do, indeed, create more clouds in earth’s atmosphere. More cosmic rays mean a cooler planet.
The full article is here, but Avery makes an important point in his article. It is the combination of the cosmic rays and the solar wind that can deflect or pass the cosmic rays. The stronger the solar wind, which are generated by a much more active sun, the more cosmic rays that are deflected and the fewer clouds generated to cool the earth. The opposit is true, the weaker the solar wind the more cosmic rays and thus more clouds.
Svensmark noted the gigantic “solar wind” that expands when the sun is active—and thus blocks many of the cosmic rays that would otherwise hit the earth’s atmosphere. When the sun weakens, the solar wind shrinks. Recently, the U.S. Solar Observatory reported a very long period of “quiet sun” and predicted 30 years of cooling.
I have written about the coming Grand Minimum at The Dalton Minimum Returns. Three experiments have now validated the cosmic ray cloud connection. We are in for some long term cooling.