If you thought it was already oddly cold with bad weather, per Dr. Valentina Zharkova, the Grand Solar Minimum funk isn’t even at full press yet… We’ve got between one and 5 years of it to get really bad…
This is a link to one of her papers. On page 26 is the graph of solar cycles:
And a long but information filled video where she talks about having predicted the two magnetic field solar model prior to it being found with instrumentation. So lending some credence to her work. Their is also shown a 350 to 400 year cycle of the envelope of Solar Cycles. This lands right on the timing that was a “1/4 Bond Cycle” that I had postulated seemed to show up in human history. On a 1400 ish year cycle there are major collapses, then at 700 years some minor collapses, and I’d speculated things looked like there were hard times about every 1/2 of that, or 350 years.
The audio is poor during the introduction, then improves and the slides are directly embedded into the video. Long, and between her accent and high pitch, a bit hard to follow, but I think she’s nailed it. To the extent she has, this lets us map the climate changes of past history (so see their impacts on history) as well as plan for the future in a proper way.
Since the changes in solar output look like they move the rain bands, that would favor some areas for a long time, then have catastrophic crop failures when the rains moved away (and flooded somewhere else…) Rather like we are seeing now in Indonesia (rice crop not doing well) and Australia. AND, her work shows this is just the lead in to the Grand Solar Minimum effects.
Then you have about 22 to 25 years of it until you are into the next solar cycles of the recovery to warmth.