Sun is the source of all life on earth. What if it goes into a period of inactivity? We can experience catastrophic events like freezing temperatures, famines, geological instability, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and unprecedented social economic losses.
These events are being predicted by some experts at NASA. The sun seems to be in a “solar minimum” phase, meaning that activity on its surface has plunged drastically.
Experts agree that we are about to reach the longest time of the “recession” of sunlight ever reported as sunspots have literally gone down.
Astronomer Dr. Tony Phillips said: “Solar Minimum is underway and it’s a deep one.”
“Sunspot counts suggest it is one of the deepest of the past century. The sun’s magnetic field has become weak, allowing extra cosmic rays into the solar system.”
“Excess cosmic rays pose a health hazard to astronauts and polar air travelers, affect the electro-chemistry of Earth’s upper atmosphere, and may help trigger lightning.”
NASA’s next solar cycle prediction (25) reveals that the next 200 years will be the weakest.
The average of this following cycle, calculated according to the number of sunspots, a normal solar activity level calculation, maybe between 30 and 50 percent below the latest cycle.
The findings of the agency show that the next period starts in 2020 and ends in 2025.
NASA scientists believe it may be a repetition of the Dalton Minimum also called the Modern Minimum that occurred between 1790 and 1830 — leading to times of extreme cold, crop destruction, famine, and violent volcanic eruptions. The phenomenon was named after John Dalton, an English meteorologist, and chemist. He observed a graph of average annual numbers of sunspots showing the solar cycle for 11 years.
During the Dalton Minimum temperatures dropped by up to 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) over 20 years, which destroyed food output across the world.
The second-largest volcanic eruption in 2,000 years occurred on 10 April 1815 at Mount Tambora in Indonesia, killing at least 71,000 people. Tens of thousands of people in the Indonesian islands have been destroyed by the following earthquakes and tsunamis. Yet Tambora’s outbreak was of little concern for Europe and the US, and not at least initially — the Napoleonic Wars and the Battle of Waterloo in which Napoleon Bonaparte was defeated at the cost of 65,000 men became the subject of the news on Sunday, June 18, 1815.
It also contributed in 1816 to the so-called Year Without a Summer — often dubbed “eighteen hundred and froze to death”—when snow fell in July.
And all over the world, the story was the same:
- Throughout Ireland, potato plants rotated in the soil, causing extensive hunger.
- Wheat failed to grow in England, France, and Germany, resulting in a severe bread shortage, food riots, and plundering.
- In the North of China, thousands of people died of hunger
- Torrential rain caused a cholera outbreak, which killed many more people in Southern Asia.
Speaking at the Global Warming Policy Foundation in October 2018, Professor Valentina Zharkova gave her Climate and Solar Magnetic Field hypothesis. You will wake up to the details she has revealed.
The extensive research carried out by Valentia Zharkova indicates that all four of the magnetic fields of the Sun will be phased out in 2020, which will prevent any IPCC ‘warming’ from the water. We might experience a dress rehearsal of an ice age rather than global warming.
For two consecutive years’ sun has recorded no sunspots 76 percent of the time. This phenomenon has been recorded once during the space age. In 2019, the sun was blank for about 77% of the time.
Somehow, the cold days will return, the only thing we can do is wait!