Killer Superstorms Predicted: Ice Age, Famines Ahead
Since the winter of 2010, superstorms have been on the rise. Some experts attribute the appearance of the gigantic storms to global warming, or climate change. Other researchers believe the incredibly huge and violent storms pummeling many of the countries across the world is the work of HAARP: the semi-secret research station first erected in the barren wilds of Alaska, and now spreading around the globe. Yet the origin of the rise of the killer superstorms can be traced back to the sun and its increasingly violent actions. The sun affects everything on Earth from the climate, to life, to geological processes…and the magnetosphere. Little doubt remains that the Earth’s magnetic field is on the move and the changing field concurrent with the electrical interaction of the turbulent sun is setting off violent year-round storms that some fear will only worsen causing thousands to die.
A legacy of violence and death
Monster storms hammer 43 American states; Russia reeling from worst winter ever, Great Britain encased in ice.
Biblical floods, deadly drought, hellacious heat, mind-numbing cold…records decimated, destruction rising on an Apocalyptic scale…
Amazing satellite image: Great Britain encased in ice
Warning: the superstorm era has just started. The sun is changing. As the sun’s violence increases so will the violence on Earth as the planet responds to the pulsing waves of exploding electromagnetic plasma. The Earth’s magnetic field continues to warp the solar magnetic flux will continue to increase and so will the fury of the killer storms.
Incredible superstorms slam across America
The incredible superstorms first arose during late 2010. The horrific storms hit with a savagery seldom seen humans. The storms battered northern Europe and pounded the reeling Brits.
And then America was broadsided by a succession of unrelenting superblizzards—a roiling mass of misery stretching across the US and causing havoc in more than two-thirds of the country. Parts of the Midwest and Eastern seaboard’s infrastructure began splintering and failing.
After the cold retreated, the rains came and the flooding. Two superstorms whipped across the back of America leaving massive destruction and death in their wakes.
Even jaded meteorologists were shaken.
April 2011: in a span of just 48-hours a wide swath of the USA was inundated, split asunder, devastated by more than 600 killer tornadoes and winds exceeding 100mph. A mile-wide tornado cut a path of destruction through several states as it traveled 370 miles over the countryside.
Hundreds died, thousands were injured, thousands more homeless.
Climatologists and meteorologists watched the destructive fury with wide-eyed wonder.
Cooling Earth, approaching ice
No one questions the ferocity of the superstorms so far, yet bigger and more powerful ones are coming. Just imagine the past storms lasting not days, but weeks—even months.
The Earth changes are here and the bulk of humanity is unprepared for the climate Armageddon.
The very idea of anthropogenic global warming is dwarfed by the escalating violence of a world under assault by the raging sun. Climate is driven by the sun, as a recent NASA study has confirmed. Now the sun’s about to enter an extended period of cooling, of that the experts have little doubt.
Many now agree the impending worldwide climate change is driving the planet toward a new Ice Age. Whether the impending Ice Age is a relatively benign mini-Ice Age or one that will extend over the next 100,000 years is unknown. Most favor a brief cooling period, perhaps lasting only a century or less.
Yet even a short-term drop in average climate temperatures can spell doom to whole countries and forced migration of some populations thatwant to stay alive.
Drought, deluges, crop failures and famine
When the sun goes quiet after 2014, it’s expected to stay quiet for at least the next 30 to 50 years. During that time, the sun will shrink, generate less heat and the planets—including Earth—will quickly cool.
John L. Casey, Space and Science Research Center
Scientists—including John L. Casey, the Director of the Space and Science Research Center—are warning that people in the coming decades face food and fuel shortages. Most of the people affected live in the most populated region of the world: the Northern Hemisphere.
Some northern countries will be abandoned as the ice marches down from the Arctic; energy production will be interrupted; and shortened growing periods in the Northern Hemisphere will precipitate mass migrations, famines, food riots, regional conflicts and a loss of human life that could be measured on an apocalyptic scale.
Severe droughts will hit some regions. Other areas will experience massive flooding. It’s already happening. The drought affecting much of the Midwest is drying up the mighty Mississippi River. Seawater from the Gulf of Mexico is flowing backwards inland as experts scramble to save the Delta region.
Casey made this prediction in 2010: “The Earth typically makes adjustments in major temperature spikes within two to three years. In this case as we cool down from El Nino, we are dealing with the combined effects of this planetary thermodynamic normalization and the influence of the more powerful underlying global temperature downturn brought on by the solar hibernation. Both forces will present the first opportunity since the period of Sun-caused global warming period ended to witness obvious harmful agricultural impacts of the new cold climate. Analysis shows that food and crop derived fuel will for the first time, become threatened in the next two and a half years.”
The irony is that a spike in heat precedes the cooling. Paleoclimatologists have documented that. And the cooling will follow as the sun cools. Casey is right…and the crop failures and famines breaking out in underdeveloped countries are happening right on schedule. His paper on the cyclical cooling, “The Theory of Relational Cycles of Solar Activity” is available here.
The solar cooling is now predicted by NASA’s Long Range Solar Forecast through 2022 and as well as the stunning slowdown of sun’s activity.
Weighing in on the idea of an impending Ice Age, on of the world’s top climate experts, George Kukla, a retired professor of paleoclimatology from Columbia University and researcher at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory says the “Earth has experienced an ongoing cycle of ice ages dating back millions of years. Cold, glacial periods affecting the polar to mid-latitudes persist for about 100,000 years, punctuated by briefer, warmer periods called interglacials.” He contends that orbit drives climate. Added to the current cycle of the sun, the picture isn’t comforting.
Paleoclimatology expert, Professor emeritus George Kukla
The co-author of an important section of the book “Natural Climate Variability on Decade to Century Time Scales,” Kukla asserts all Ice Ages start with a period of global warming. They’re the harbingers of new Ice Ages. Actually, he explains, warming is good. Ice Ages are deadly and can kill millions.
Can Mankind stop it? No. Just as humanity cannot affect the long term climate of the planet, neither can it stop an Ice Age from happening. The climate is primarily driven by the sun.
“I feel we’re on pretty solid ground in interpreting orbit around the sun as the primary driving force behind Ice Age glaciation,” he says. “The relationship is just too clear and consistent to allow reasonable doubt. It’s either that, or climate drives orbit, and that just doesn’t make sense.”
Mankind is witnessing—right now—the dawn of Doom: rising food prices and rising doubts about the security of the future.
Doubt people should, as the future is far from secure.
The Iceman cometh riding the great winds
While Casey sees a so-called Little Ice Age lasting about 40 to 50 years, others like Robert Felix believe the data is there supporting a real possibility of a major Ice Age that could last thousands of years.
Felix believes the Earth’s already entered the first stages of the Little Ice Age and a bigger one might be close on its heels. Felix predicts the Iceman Cometh.
The next Ice Age “could begin any day” says Robert Felix
Felix warns: “The next Ice Age could begin any day. Next week, next month, next year…it’s not a question of if, only when. One day you’ll wake up—or you won’t wake up, rather—buried beneath nine stories of snow. It’s all part of a dependable, predictable cycle, a natural cycle that returns like clockwork every 11,500 years.”
The last Ice Age ended about 11,500 years ago.
When the Iceman cometh, crops fail, summer shortens and becomes wetter and cooler. Famines will break out across the great agricultural belts of the world from southern Canada south to the breadbasket of the US Midwest to the normally temperate zones of Europe and the grain belts of the Ukraine and southern Russia. China too will be affected as will most of the Northern Hemisphere to a greater or lesser degree.
Technology and advanced farming techniques may be able to reduce the worst impacts initially, but as the precipitation increases flooding the farmlands and the cooler temperatures result in stunted, dwarf crops, the price of commodities will double and triple and then triple again.
As the food shortages become chronic more governments will collapse.
The early signs of the unrest in the Middle East, Africa, the United Kingdom and parts of Asia are all being driven more by food shortages and prices than the political agendas the media focuses its spotlight on.
Those in the know are urging people to become small farmers and turn backyards or empty city lots into vegetable gardens.
Yet that is, at best, a very short-term solution to a much longer-range problem.
The problems encompass the advancing Earth changes, the magnetic field flux, creeping cooling across the Northern Hemisphere, the dead husks of once robust crops, burgeoning superstorms, nature at war with Mankind, an increasingly erratic sun, and the potential fall of Western civilization.
Skeptics sneer, “Well, other than that everything’s great!”
Yet as surely as the solar system plunges through the galaxy into unknown regions of space, the Earth too is plunging towards a future of instability and looming catastrophes.
But then, as some say, other than that everything’s great.
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