Tag Archives: sun

Unstopable Solar Cycles – A Video Resource

A very nicely done video, making the case for natural solar driven climate cycles. Continue reading

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Dr. Valentina Zharkova – GSM 2020-2025

We’re just at the start of a Grand Solar Minimum. Dr. Valentina Zharkova has a pretty darned good math based predictor of solar cycles that hind-cast very well and fits the present data. It says the GSM doesn’t start until next year or a couple after that. So worse cold to come. Continue reading

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Independant.org – Willie Soon & Eliot Bloom

A presentation by Dr. Willie Soon and Dr. Eliot Bloom at the Independent.org event. Continue reading

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Solar Cycle Oh Dear…

Does the present state of the Sun imply even more slowdown of the solar output ahead? And does that imply a cold snowy Europe with a warmer Florida? Continue reading

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