The climate change lies should highlight for everyone the lies that are being told about the coronavirus, ramrodding lock-downs on billions of people because of the arrogance of health officials who do not want to listen to doctors and many other medical scientists who plainly do not agree with the public narrative.
There has been no such thing of climate honesty and the same with the pandemic.
Same with the climate.
Record (sometimes historic) COLD, is currently buffeting vast regions of the globe, from North America to Australia, Europe to Southern Africa.
Temperatures are now dropping fast, too fast to hide.
However, no matter how cold it gets its hot for 'some people' and no matter how much ice is at the poles it is always threatening to 'disappear'...
Today the ice in the arctic is just a little under the 30 year average, meaning nothing has melted except in the imaginations of global warming simpletons like Bill Gates, who has made a war against CO2, the most essential gas for life except oxygen.
For all his huffing and puffing he knows nothing about CO2...
Global Temperatures suffer Second Largest Two Month Drop in Recorded History
The Temperature of the Global Lower Atmosphere plunged 0.38ºC through March and April, halving its February above baseline high of 0.76ºC to 0.38ºC - the second-largest two-month drop in the UAH temperature dataset.
The Sun Is Asleep - This article made it to the mainstream media!
North America has set 233 new all-time Monthly Low.
It is almost time to drag the owners of the press out of their offices and time to close certain governmental agencies and certainly time to drag out the tar and feathers.
For 12 years I have known and reported on climate change, cold climate change.
What has been obvious are the lies of the press and that science has been corrupted.
All of this,
Grocery prices will rise by a higher-than-average 2.5 percent this year, double the previous estimate.
Spring Blizzard in China
Deep 'Solar Minimum' feared as 2020 sees
Record-Setting 100-Day Slump
August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse
showing third contact at the end of totality.
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Spaceweather.com reports that already there have been 100 days in 2020 when our Sun has displayed zero sunspots.
So, are we in an eternal sunshine of the spotless kind?
What does all of this mean?
Here's everything you need to know about
the Sun, the solar cycle, and what a deep solar minimum means for
Sunspots have been continuously counted each day since 1838, which has allowed solar scientists to describe a repeating pattern in the wax and wane of activity on the Sun's surface - the solar cycle.
What is the solar cycle?
The Sun has a cycle that lasts between nine and 14 years - typically 11 years, on average - and right now we're in the trough.
At the peak of that cycle - called solar maximum - the Sun produces more electrons and protons as huge solar flares and coronal mass ejections.
From a visual perspective, the solar cycle is a "sunspot cycle" since solar scientists can gauge where the Sun is in its cycle by counting sunspots on its surface.
over the Vestrahorn mountain in the east of Iceland.
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How does the solar cycle affect Earth?
While there's some evidence that the solar cycle affects Earth's weather and climate, the status of the Sun has the most obvious effect on the intensity and frequency of aurora.
The more charged-up the solar wind headed towards Earth, the brighter and more frequent are the displays of Northern Lights and Southern Lights.
What's known as the 'auroral oval' gets larger, too, so people who live in areas that normally don't experience aurora - such as the USA and Western Europe - sometimes get to see them.
Either way, a solar maximum is historically when aurora are at their most frequent and spectacular.
What is 'solar minimum'?
Just as solar maximum sees many sunspots, the trough of solar minimum features zero sunspots - and that's what's going on now.
However, it's been continuing rather longer than expected, which means the Sun is in the midst of a particularly deep solar minimum.
The most infamous happened between 1645 to 1715 when a "Maunder Minimum" saw a prolonged sunspot minimum when sunspots were very rare for an extended period.
The current record-breaking solar minimum is part of a longer pattern of wax and wane; in fact, it's believed that the Sun may have been in a magnetic lull for the last 9,000 years at least.
When is the next 'solar maximum?'
It's thought that the Sun will reach solar maximum in the mid-2020s, though exactly when sunspot frequency will peak is anyone's guess.
It's something that can usually only be described in retrospect. The last solar maximum was in 2013/2014, but was was ranked among the weakest on record.
Once way to gauge what's going on visually is by counting sunspots - and the other is by looking at the Sun's mighty corona during a total solar eclipse.
Luckily, there's one coming up in North America right on cue.
How the solar cycle affects solar eclipses
During a total solar eclipse it's possible to see clear, naked eye evidence of where the Sun is in its cycle.
Totality - when the Moon completely blocks the Sun's bright disk - affords a brief view of the Sun's corona, its hot outer atmosphere. During solar minimum the corona is relatively small and tightly bound to the surface.
During solar maximum, the Sun's corona is typically flared and stretching away into space.
How to see explosions on the Sun
When the Sun is at solar maximum the likelihood is increased of seeing prominences - huge solar flares and coronal mass ejections in action - around the limb of the Moon during a total solar eclipse.
during a total eclipse
reveals fiery solar prominences
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Here above, an image of some pink prominences that can be seen with the naked eye only during a total solar eclipse.