As a result of the impending major solar minimum, temperatures on Earth are expected to drop again in the coming decades. Therefore the last few decades have been characterized by solar maxima. How will climate radicals react to this?
It is undeniable that our central star – the Sun – plays a vital role in the global climate. However, while climate radicals mainly focus on carbon dioxide in the atmosphere (which actually does not play a major role, see our report here), there are also scientists who focus on solar activity. These researchers are doing important work.
In a newly published study, scientists explain: “The first modern GSM1 (Grand Solar Minimum) occurs in 2020 – 2053, with cycle amplitudes increasing from maximum amplitudes in cycle 24 to 80% in cycle 25, 30% in cycle 26 and 30% in cycle 27. “Reduced by 70%.” The previous cycle resulted in temperatures about 1.5 degrees Celsius higher, but temperatures are expected to drop by about one degree Celsius as a result of less solar activity during the current cycle (2020 to 2053).
The researchers compare this development to the so-called “Munder Minimum” from 1645 to 1715, when low solar activity led to a “Little Ice Age.” So they write: “Since solar irradiance and terrestrial temperatures have already increased since the MM (Mother Minimum), which is clearly evident from terrestrial temperature fluctuations, the terrestrial temperature during the first modern GSM fell 1 C. Temperatures are expected to rise by about 1.0 degrees, only about 0.5°C more than in 1700.”
But how will climate radicals react to this? It can be assumed that they attribute this slowdown to their own (actually completely useless) measures – just to further their agenda. Climate madness must not end because it is the only way globalists can implement their measures for total control over humanity.