Solar The Grand Solar Minimum (ORIGINAL)

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TheSearcher

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Actually, temperature wise, this has been quite a mild winter where I am in north central Arkansas. The GSM difference in this area is that it is cloudy far more than half of the time now, and just when it seems the rain is over and we might get some sun, here comes another batch of rain! And even when the temp is mild and it doesn't rain, there is more often than not a wind out of the NNW that is icy...bone-chilling, even when one stays in the sun.
Oh, get that. It seems like, say, those of us down in Texas get a real mild winter, while north of us gets absolutely hammered, so the AGCC cultists average things and says "warmer than evah"! But it isn't always the average, it's often the delta of magnitude between regions that matters. And that's just talking about America. Looking at Europe right now, that's the hammer of Thor coming down.

The Cult of human climate change is going to run us into a corner with no way out.
 

Blacknarwhal

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Oh, get that. It seems like, say, those of us down in Texas get a real mild winter, while north of us gets absolutely hammered, so the AGCC cultists average things and says "warmer than evah"! But it isn't always the average, it's often the delta of magnitude between regions that matters. And that's just talking about America. Looking at Europe right now, that's the hammer of Thor coming down.

The Cult of human climate change is going to run us into a corner with no way out.
I can't remember the last time a winter in Michigan was this mild. It's been unfathomable. Sure, the occasional 60-70 degree Christmas has been seen, but we had a cold November, a warm December, a wet January and now a February that looks a lot like March.
 

John Deere Girl

Senior Member
All the while Wunderground is saying this is America's warmest winter ever...
It has been a very warm winter here in the Midwest where I am. We had our windows open almost every day from Thanksgiving until after New Year's. Super Bowl, we spent a few hours playing with our kids outside, no jackets needed. Very unusual.
 

TxGal

Day by day
ADAPT 2030 has a new podcast out:

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M72EV_G2Hqc


Record Food Price China, Summer Snow Australia and Dragon Clouds (937)

Run time is 8:26

Crop losses and supply chain bottlenecks have driven up food prices in both China and Australia. China experiencing the highest food prices on record, and surprise summer snow hits Tasmania. Vegetable prices were surging in Australia because of the earlier bush fires. What appears to be a dragon head appears out of the cyclone blasting Iceland.
 

TxGal

Day by day
One from yesterday:

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ryw8afHlc6Q


Supply Chain Disruptions Will Explain Away Food Shortages (936)

Run time is 10:44

Supply chains and container goods moving across the world's oceans are beginning to stall. 80% of goods delivered globally are delivered by sea, and of that Asia has 80% of the globe's largest container ports. Container traffic is down 23% in just three weeks. So ask yourself what is delivered via Asian routes to your stores. Record cloudiest days in Russia, Record cold San Diego and Record snow Newfoundland, Canada.
 

TxGal

Day by day
One from Oppenheimer Ranch Project:

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qd-djZHWatw


Record Snow Piles Up as Some Areas Are Still Waiting - Taal Volcano ALERT

Run time is 14:36

209 mph gust recorded in California, potentially shattering record https://cbsn.ws/2SxRd9L
Here’s the final snowfall tally for Feb. 7 Upstate NY record storm http://bit.ly/38rYr6d
Early February setting records for snowfall http://bit.ly/3bskUln
‘Snow drought’ grips North Carolina during record-breaking warm winter http://bit.ly/2SgOC5m
Arctic front to bring nasty winter conditions to Minnesota this week http://bit.ly/37hsz2H
Stormy and snowy through mid-February http://bit.ly/2kB5Jkd SNOWFALL ANALYSIS http://bit.ly/37ZQHZh
STEEP CUTS TO CROP INSURANCE IN 2021 BUDGET http://bit.ly/2Sx2XJP
GFS Model http://bit.ly/2w25N1G
Solar Wind Telemetry http://bit.ly/2zqv7wT
Taal volcano update: 77 earthquakes hit Philippines volcano overnight http://bit.ly/2Hf1Adv
Worldwide Volcano News http://bit.ly/2v9JJhO
WuFlu Live https://wuflu.live/
Princess cruise ship forced to turn around after over 300 sickened with norovirus http://bit.ly/2SdAABj
Coronavirus live updates: China’s death toll exceeds 1,000 https://cnb.cx/2OK227F
Xi Jinping appears in public as China returns to work after holiday http://bit.ly/2tMs2bj
China Suddenly Has Another Major "Virus" Problem, As Soaring Food Prices http://bit.ly/37eZbtT
Remdesivir Under Study as Treatment for Novel Coronavirus https://wb.md/2urFfGZ
Nigeria warns over mystery disease which has left 15 dead and infected dozens more http://bit.ly/37bN0hf
and more
 

Martinhouse

Veteran Member
TxGal, thanks for posting these...I forgot to mention them here.

I think I like these shorter podcasts, although they seem to be overdoing it now and then. Or would that more accurately be called "underdoing"?
 

TxGal

Day by day

Extremely low pressure stops air traffic over northern Norway for first time ever
Atle Staalesen
The Barents Observer
Tue, 11 Feb 2020 20:55 UTC

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Extremely low pressure brought down air traffic over northern Norway Airline company Widerøe has in its almost 90 year history never experienced this kind of weather.

The past months have seen extraordinarily rough weather along the north Norwegian coast. Early this week came another extreme. The air pressure dropped to a level not seen in several decades.

According to the Norwegian meteorological institute, the air pressure across major parts of the region was below 940 hectopascal, a level that makes flying unsafe.

The Widerøe company that serves most of the regional routes put almost its whole aircraft fleet on the ground.

«Our smallest aircraft type Dash 100, 200 and 300 can not fly with pressure lower than 948 hectopascal,» the company informs on it Facebook page.

More than 2,000 passengers were affected by the weather conditions. Only on Tuesday afternoon did the pressure return to a level that allows aircraft to operate normally.

The low pressure also resulted in high waters levels along the Norwegian coast. In Tromsø, the north Norwegian town, the sea water was on Tuesday 354 cm higher than normal, the Meteorological Institute informs.

Comment: It was only a few weeks ago, on 20th January, that parts of Europe saw the highest atmospheric pressure readings ever recorded.
 

TxGal

Day by day
TxGal, thanks for posting these...I forgot to mention them here.

I think I like these shorter podcasts, although they seem to be overdoing it now and then. Or would that more accurately be called "underdoing"?
You're welcome...it's nice to see something to post.

That's funny! Shorter is much easier all the way around, probably for most people,
 

Martinhouse

Veteran Member
I like the longer podcasts when they are the ones I can just listen to. That way I can do other things that require I look at what I'm doing. Back when I was getting streaming audio programs on my computer I got tons of knitting, hand sewing and mending done. Can't do that when the video is an important part of the message.

Right now I have two 5-gallon pails of pecans to shell and I would very much like to have something good to listen every day to while doing that project. Same with the winter knitting projects that I've barely started on.

I would love to have a machine that could scan and read books to me. I think there might be such a thing for blind people, but I'm sure it would cost far more than I could manage.

OH!!! Just remembered! This has to do with the GSM. Sort of, as it's about my greenhouse. I checked and the Lowe's here carries that clear polycarbonate paneling that comes in panels like fiberglass and steel roofing. It costs over twice what the fiberglass costs, but is totally transparent. I'd need 20 panels plus screws and maybe other things and I'd have to find someone to install them for me. It would be so wonderful to not have to worry about mending leaks in the roof of my greenhouse ever again! Anyway, I'll need to give this a ton of thought and see if I can find someone to do the job. Used to be I'd do this sort of thing all by myself, but those days are sadly over.
 
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“I would love to have a machine that could scan and read books to me. I think there might be such a thing for blind people, but I'm sure it would cost far more than I could manage.”

You need a grandchild or two.
 

Martinhouse

Veteran Member
Profit of Doom, my only grandchild is 32 years old and I doubt he'd slow down enough to read aloud to anyone. Like me, his eyes and brains would move over the page at a pace that ones mouth can't keep up with.
 

northern watch

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severe-weather.EU‏ @severeweatherEU 6h6 hours ago

The intense North Atlantic cyclone is expected to introduce a violent windstorm over #Iceland tomorrow! Peak gusts could locally reach 200+ km/h! Heavy snowfall is also expected, creating whiteout conditions and impassable roads due to severe blizzards:

 

northern watch

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severe-weather.EU‏ @severeweatherEU 9h9 hours ago

The intense Arctic blast is underway across the United States now, spreading brutally cold temperatures (near -30 °C / °F) from Canada into the northern US. The cold blast is expected to reach the eastern US later today:

 

northern watch

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“I would love to have a machine that could scan and read books to me. I think there might be such a thing for blind people, but I'm sure it would cost far more than I could manage.”

You need a grandchild or two.
I do not know what you would like to hear, there are audio versions of a lot of books available today.

Try audible

NW
 

Martinhouse

Veteran Member
northern watch, audio books can have a lot left out of them so they don't take hours to days to read aloud. I would want to hear the complete books, so would need the scanner/speaker thingy, if indeed such a contraption actually exists.

If I'd listen to it while knitting or sewing, I supposed I'd need a foot pedal for pause, rewind, start and stop, turn page forward or backward, all sorts of things.

Actually, when I do such projects, I'm often happy to just listen to the quiet and to my own thoughts.
 

TxGal

Day by day
The Oppenheimer Ranch Project has a new podcast out:

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zok8RREkLE4


Blizzard Conditions In The Midwest Followed By Record Cold - Denver A Foot Above Average This Winter

Run time is 12:05

Denver is nearly a foot above average for snowfall this winter https://dpo.st/2w8d5ku
After record snow, quiet weather with a nasty cold snap moves in for southern Wisconsin http://bit.ly/39uCJOT
With snow mostly over, coldest air since last winter moving into Wisconsin and records may fall http://bit.ly/2SsI8R3
Blizzard conditions in Midwest, winter weather alerts from Oklahoma to Maine https://fxn.ws/2SLMHEI
1-2 punch of wet weather returns to the Pacific Northwest http://bit.ly/2UPt4OX
I-29 re-opened after blizzard conditions force closures http://bit.ly/2UVQxh8
What happened to winter? Blame the jet stream http://bit.ly/2SMliT4
System Moving Through East; Cold Arctic Air Across The Midwest http://bit.ly/2p2GER3
GFS Model http://bit.ly/2HiV0CI
Earthquake with magnitude Mw3,1 north-west of Grindavík town http://bit.ly/2wfBq8c
US coronavirus cases hit 15 http://bit.ly/2UO5hij
Coronavirus outbreak 'just beginning' outside China, says expert https://yhoo.it/2HnN2rT
3 being monitored for coronavirus in North Dakota http://bit.ly/2UR3E3w
CDC prepares for coronavirus ‘to take a foothold in the US’ https://cnb.cx/2SruyND
Coronavirus likely now ‘gathering steam’ http://bit.ly/3bA7pjB
Close to 200 Georgia residents are being monitored for coronavirus http://bit.ly/2wfCcC8
Coronavirus Incubation Period: http://bit.ly/2ORiVgy
John Hopking Outbreak Data http://bit.ly/2uJwsjq
More person-to-person coronavirus infections in U.S. likely, but containment still possible http://bit.ly/31Tzb60
The hunt for patient zero, who spread coronavirus globally from Singapore, is on http://bit.ly/38BPNli
Metro Vancouver restaurants take hit as customers worry about spread of coronavirus http://bit.ly/2HmCbhW
Funeral Homes In Wuhan On The Brink http://bit.ly/31S5typ
San Diego lab discovers COVID-19 vaccine in 3 hours http://bit.ly/3bxlnCO
Could a mini ice-age soon impact Earth? http://bit.ly/2uLasEV
Canada could be a huge climate change winner when it comes to farmland http://bit.ly/2SOaYdA
Dicamba debacle trial forces a reevaluation: Is Monsanto a ‘bonafide bad actor’? http://bit.ly/2Hk7FFv
Coincidences influence the onset and ending of ice ages http://bit.ly/2Hk7HND
 

Martinhouse

Veteran Member
Ice Age Farmer seems to make up another good video about three or four times a month, like maybe every eight to ten days. Adapt 2030, the guy just move from Taiwan back to the US. so I imagine he's pretty busy finding a new home and getting settled. He's put out a couple of rushed small videos, but nothing we don't already know from elsewhere.
 

TheSearcher

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Ice Age Farmer seems to make up another good video about three or four times a month, like maybe every eight to ten days. Adapt 2030, the guy just move from Taiwan back to the US. so I imagine he's pretty busy finding a new home and getting settled. He's put out a couple of rushed small videos, but nothing we don't already know from elsewhere.
Thanks!

I just started watching them, and I guess they were extra prolific, because they were daily then.
 

alpha

Veteran Member
If it wasn't for the fact that everything he said makes sense, has a money trail attached and supportive historic statements by the globalist billionaires, I'd recommend him for position of Grand Woo-master of TB2K!
 

northern watch

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severe-weather.EU‏ @severeweatherEU 4h4 hours ago

*UPDATE* on the most intense North Atlantic storm of the season – an extremely rapid intensification of the ‘bomb cyclone’ #DENNIS is underway! The pressure change has been unprecedented, (from 994 mbar to 944 mbar) – that is a 50 mbar / 24hr change;

 

PanBear

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Five Suns or Five Sun Halos

People's Daily, China
February 14, 2020
What a spectacular wonder! Five suns are seen shining in the sky in N China's Inner Mongolia
video 12 sec
View: https://twitter.com/PDChina/status/1228436251528830976


from 2017
Global News
Triple suns illusion shines in sky over China
December 26, 2017
Residents in Hailun City, in northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, were able to see a rare sight of triple suns shining in the sky on Monday morning.
video 56 sec
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ib23IfgJChI




but then ....

What's A Sun Halo?

What's A Sun Halo?
by Farmers' Almanac Staff | Posted In: Weather

Ever seen a ghostly rainbow halo around the Sun?

A Sun halo is caused by the refraction, reflection, and dispersion of light through ice particles suspended within thin, wispy, high altitude cirrus or cirrostratus clouds. As light passes through these hexagon-shaped ice crystals, it is bent at a 22° angle, creating a circular halo around the Sun. The prism effect of light passing through these six-sided ice crystals also separates the light into its various color frequencies, making the halo look like a very pale rainbow, with red on the inside and blue on the outside.

Folklore tells us Sun halos can predict the weather:

A ring around the Sun or Moon
means rain or snow is coming soon.


Sundog?
Occasionally, brighter areas will form along these halos, creating a mock Sun, or “sundog.” Sundogs are known as parhelia (or the singular parhelion) to astronomers, from the Greek words meaning “beside the Sun.”
 

TxGal

Day by day
Adapt 2030 has a new podcast out:

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ph2A31X32XY


Antarctica Increasing Heat, Arctic Increasing Ice: Earth's Poles Behaving Strangely (939)

Run time is 6:17

Record heat in Antarctica brought on by volcanic activity in the peninsula, and Arctic Sea Ice increases the most in 11 years eclipsing the 2001-2010 average. Sea turns red in Kazakhstan and more snowy peaks in Taiwan.
 

TheSearcher

Has No Life - Lives on TB
David DuByne has posted a new Adapt 2030 MIAC #272.

"You Don't Matter When There Is Corporate Money in the Way"

runs 22:32
Listening now. It is a different format than what I've seen before, but I only just started listening to his information very recently.
 

Martinhouse

Veteran Member
Searcher, this is the format we've listened to for a long time, except that this one is an interview as well. I hope he goes back to the old format and sticks with it...to me, the old ones seemed a lot more informative.
 

TheSearcher

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Searcher, this is the format we've listened to for a long time, except that this one is an interview as well. I hope he goes back to the old format and sticks with it...to me, the old ones seemed a lot more informative.
Oh, I wasn't being critical, just making an observation.
 

Martinhouse

Veteran Member
I know and I wasn't being defensive, just explaining something that this thread is too long for you to go way back and see for yourself.

His MIACs (Mini Ice Age Conversations) were numbered and of medium duration. He had a different series at the same time (don't know if it had a title) and they also were numbered, much higher numbers, and were much shorter and generally seemed to stick more to a single topic than the MIAC ones.

I'd like to see him get back to his older style, but whether he does or not, it will be nice if he gets back to doing his podcasts more regularly.
 

TheSearcher

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I know and I wasn't being defensive, just explaining something that this thread is too long for you to go way back and see for yourself.

His MIACs (Mini Ice Age Conversations) were numbered and of medium duration. He had a different series at the same time (don't know if it had a title) and they also were numbered, much higher numbers, and were much shorter and generally seemed to stick more to a single topic than the MIAC ones.

I'd like to see him get back to his older style, but whether he does or not, it will be nice if he gets back to doing his podcasts more regularly.
Thank you for explaining.
 
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