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Q: Well, it's here, let the tinfoil speculation begin?

https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/04/sun-reached-solar-minimum-surface-ominously-calm-9805282/

 

some say 11 years and a bounce, some say 30 years, but the severity, we simply don't know.

 

1812, the "dalton minimum", made cold so severe it triggered earthquakes and volcanos.

 

The global warming crowd will see its just an 11 year temporary cold spell, but if they are wrong, history will be laughting at them for centuries.

 

Glad to be alive for the beginning, not really sure if I will live to see the end of it.

10 weeks 4 days ago in  Health & Safety - China

 
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It will probably all be academic if there's any truth in this mass extinction thing.

 

An ecosystem collapse would make rising sea levels seem like a minor annoyance.

 

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/jul/10/earths-sixth-mass-ex...

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I don't believe in climate change the way the Greenies do.
However I do believe in polar change...at least that is proven and agreed on

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