Carbon Dioxide, a trace gas in the atmosphere does not warm the planet. The entire Global Warming by CO2 is an epic fail and the American people are starting to catch on they’ve been lied to by the Jewish controlled media. The weather has nothing to do with a few molecules of airborne carbon, the planet’s weather is controlled by the sun, which is now entering a minimum output phase.
Solar Cycle 24 is rapidly closing out, there are more and more spotless days. Sunspots are associated with solar output, an active sun.
Cycle 24 has been much less active than most of the experts expected. The count using the new numbering system for Cycle 24 peak Sunspots at the Solar Maximum is 117. On the other hand, Leif Svalgaard and his partners estimated about 70 (new system ca. 117) which turns out to be as good as it gets. Estimating what Solar Cycle 25 will look like is already underway with many expecting Cycle 25 to be less active that has been the case with Cycle 24.
Because Svalgaard had forecast that Cycle 24 would be much less active and the forecast came reasonably close to the actual number count, it makes me curious about how he did it and what is he is predicting about Cycle 25 now. Well, I have already given that away in my 22 March 2016 blog titled “Dr Svalgaard makes a preliminary prediction of Cycle 25 size.” He thinks it will be close to the size of Cycle 24 and prehaps a little bit bigger. Once again he seems to be the contrarian.
“Predictions for our next Solar Cycle #25 (starting in 2020, peaking in 2025) and why it is expected to be even smaller than our current cycle (2013 peak), which is the smallest since 1906. Cycle #26 (2030-2040) is predicted to be negligible.
The current transition from Solar Maxima into Solar Minima, propelling us into a period of Global Cooling, which is expected to produce a Mini Ice Age.”
“A monthly smoothed maximum sunspot number of 62 is derived for Solar Cycle 25. This would probably be around 2025. This is almost down to Dalton Minimum levels.”
“A new model of the Sun’s solar cycle is producing unprecedentedly accurate predictions of irregularities within the Sun’s 11-year heartbeat. The model draws on dynamo effects in two layers of the Sun, one close to the surface and one deep within its convection zone. Predictions from the model suggest that solar activity will fall by 60 per cent during the 2030s to conditions last seen during the ‘mini ice age’ that began in 1645.”
“We are now in a decline of solar activity and are on course for a very quiet period … we expect the next mini ice age.”