Global Freezing May Be On The Way

Changes in the Sun’s Surface to Bring Next Climate Change

January 2, 2008

Today, the Space and Science Research Center, (SSRC) in Orlando, Florida announces that it has confirmed the recent web announcement of NASA solar physicists that there are substantial changes occurring in the sun’s surface. The SSRC has further researched these changes and has concluded they will bring about the next climate change to one of a long lasting cold era.

Today, Director of the SSRC, John Casey has reaffirmed earlier research he led that independently discovered the sun’s changes are the result of a family of cycles that bring about climate shifts from cold climate to warm and back again.

“We today confirm the recent announcement by NASA that there are historic and important changes taking place on the sun’s surface. This will have only one outcome – a new climate change is coming that will bring an extended period of deep cold to the planet. This is not however a unique event for the planet although it is critically important news to this and the next generations. It is but the normal sequence of alternating climate changes that has been going on for thousands of years. Further according to our research, this series of solar cycles are so predictable that they can be used to roughly forecast the next series of climate changes many decades in advance. I have verified the accuracy of these cycles’ behavior over the last 1,100 years relative to temperatures on Earth, to well over 90%.”

90% accuracy over 1,100 years, eh? Pretty impressive.

OK, so what does this really mean?

When asked about what this will mean to the average person on the street, Casey was firm. “The last time this particular cycle regenerated was over 200 years ago. I call it the “Bi-Centennial Cycle” solar cycle. It took place between 1793 and 1830, the so-called Dalton Minimum, a period of extreme cold that resulted in what historian John D. Post called the ‘last great subsistence crisis.’ With that cold came massive crops losses, food riots, famine and disease. I believe this next climate change will be much stronger and has the potential to once more cause widespread crop losses globally with the resultant ill effects. The key difference for this next Bi-Centennial Cycle’s impact versus the last is that we will have over 8 billion mouths to feed in the next coldest years where as we had only 1 billion the last time. Among other effects like social and economic disruption, we are facing the real prospect of the ‘perfect storm of global food shortages’ in the next climate change. In answer to the question, everyone on the street will be affected.”

Sounds pretty serious. How is this message received in government?

“Unfortunately, because of the intensity of coverage of the UN IPCC and man made global warming during 2007, the full story about climate change is very slow in getting told.”

But Al Gore and the IPCC told me that man-made CO2 was the main existential threat to our very existence? Huh.

Of course, the IPCC weather models used to scare everybody half to death are wildly inaccurate. When fed historical data, these models fail to accurately predict — in the short term — the actual weather that occurred later. Or so I’ve read, anyway. I’m no weather expert, but I do have a working brain, and I am a problem-solver by nature. Besides, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist or brain surgeon to know that predictions based on bad theory are worse than useless.

So call me kooky, but the work of Mr. (Dr.?) Casey above sounds more like science to me than the unproven CO2-based theory of warming. A lot more. And frankly, I don’t even understand how anybody can take any of that CO2 stuff even half-seriously.

The models are the basis for the predictions. If the models are sh*t, then the predictions are worse. It is what it is. You want to convince people, bring solid data. And stop shouting at me all the time. You give me a friggin’ headache.

So who knows? It might get hotter, it might get colder. Hey, it might even do both, just not at the same time! How crazy would that be?

Climate change fever. Catch it!


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