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New Blog is The Next Grand Minimum
I have add another blog: Is it 2012 in Nevada County Yet?
Before I end up like this little fellow, who has spent too much time in the “middle of the road,” it is time to move on and focus my passion on the coming global cooling. While our left leaning bloggers and political leaders are promoting anthropogenic global warming, it is clear to me that what we are really seeing is global cooling that will accelerate in the coming years. Yes, we will see warm years and cooler years but the overall trend will be a cooler and a colder planet.
Why do I believe this? The sun is going quiet, the sunspots are declining, as are the magnetic fields which are the driving force in sunspot generation. This has been verified by multiple peer reviewed studies and supported my own investigations into past historical climate cycles. More details here.
We are on the cusp of the next Grand Minimum and the general public is not prepared for the coming climate changes. The public is being distracted by the global warmers and a compliant main stream media. Billions of our tax dollars are being spent on global warming studies and the reduction of CO2, which only has a minor influence on the climate. We are being misled.
The Next Grand Minimum blog will examine the climate trends, look at the past history of grand minimums and the social and political consequences of these minimums. During past minimums, millions starved when the agriculture infrastructure was unable to feed the population and the farmers and their families perished from crop failures. While it is true that we have more modern food storage facilities, we also have billions of more mouths to feed. Any significant reduction in the production of wheat, corn and other food gain by the bread basket nations in both hemispheres, and millions will starve every year.
This is my last post on this blog. Please join me at the Next Grand Minimum and join the discussion. However, be warned that I am going to use the more powerful moderation tools in Wordpress to maintain more control over the comments. If a comment does not directly apply to the issues under discussion, it will never be posted. If one gets by my moderation, it will vanish with out comment. Since there will be some moderation, there may be delays in post of a comment. My apology in advance, but strict control of the comments makes the blog more readable for the majority of readers.
My other reason from moving to Wordpress is they are much more smartphone and PDA friendly. It will be much easier to read my blog on your smartphone.
Again, please join me at The Next Grand Minimum.
H/T to Dixon for the photo.