Friday, June 2, 2017

Solar Grand Minimum Makes Paris Accords Look Foolish

Staff Writer, DL Mullan
Paris Accords / Climate Change

As mayors and governors lament over the United States pull out of the Paris Climate Accords, actual scientists have been at work. 

United Nations' treaties, accords, and what have you are about politics and social engineering, none of those agreements are based on actual science. If they were, people would come to realize that the sun creates weather and our sun is headed toward a Solar Grand Minimum.

No Global Warming. No Climate Change... just a regularly scheduled break in solar activity that will lead us into a mini ice age like what was seen during the Maunder Minimum:
The Maunder minimum is the name given to a period of extreme solar inactivity that occurred between 1645 and 1710. Of particular interest is that this period of inactivity corresponds closely to one of the coldest periods of the so-called "Little Ice Age" in Europe, a time of long, cold winters that caused severe hardships in the pre-industrial revolution world. This has led scientists to extensively study the possible influences of solar activity on terrestrial climate, as well as examine other stars for evidence of activity cycle behavior similar to the Sun's.
We are headed there now: 

Even if you cannot read the science, you can very well understand the pictures. 

Climate change connected to Global Warming is fake news. Made up by politicians and debunked by real science. 

Maybe mayors and governors should start listening to the smart people instead of being sheep. 

Source: Cornell University Physics, Free Online Science Encyclopedia