by Cap Allon
Nils-Axel Mörner is the former head of the paleogeophysics
and geodynamics department at Stockholm University.
He retired in
2005 and since has dedicated his days to disproving the IPPC's
nonsense while also warning of a coming
Between 1997-2003, Mörner chaired an INTAS project on Geomagnetism &
the project concluded that we, in the middle of the 21st
century, had to be back in a new solar minimum with Little Ice Age
These conclusions were quite straightforward, writes Mörner, and
were included in a Special Issue of PRP:
Obviously we are on our way
into a new grand solar minimum...
This sheds serious doubts
on the issue of a continued, even accelerated, warming as proposed
by the IPCC project.
This quite innocent - and very true -
conclusion made the publisher take the quite remarkable step to
close down the entire scientific journal.
This closing down gave
rise to turbulence and objections within the scientific community.
But it didn't stop Mörner. He kept publishing scientific works
regarding the impending GSM.
In 2015, Mörner's "The Approaching New Grand Solar Minimum and
Little Ice Age Climate Conditions" was published.
It suggests that
by 2030-2040 the Sun will experience a new grand solar minimum...
This is evident from
multiple studies of quite different characteristics, writes Mörner:
the phasing of
sunspot cycles, the cyclic observations of North Atlantic
behavior over the past millennium, the cyclic pattern of
cosmogenic radionuclides in natural terrestrial archives, the
motions of the Sun with respect to the center of mass, the
planetary spin-orbit coupling, the planetary conjunction
history, and the general planetary-solar-terrestrial
During the previous grand
solar minima, i.e.,
Minimum (ca 1440-1460)
Minimum (ca 1687-1703)
Minimum (ca 1809- 1821),
conditions deteriorated into Little Ice Age periods.
R.J. Salvador presented a
mathematical model of the sunspot cycles based on Wilson's
tidal-torque model, above.
Salvador's model had an
85% correlation with the sunspot numbers observed for 1749-2013, and
representation of the sunspot cycles for the past 1000 yr".
Therefore, it justified
an extrapolation for the next century, as shown below.
The prediction gives an extended low up to 2160 with the lowest
values reached within the period 2028-2042; i.e. just where we
expect the New Grand Solar Minimum to occur.
In 2015, Salvador extended his analysis over the last 4000 years,
comparing his model with the observed 10Be variations, as
The phasing of the solar cycles gives a clear message for the middle
of the century: there will be a New Grand Solar Minimum.
This is also the case
when we consider the cyclic relations between Earth's rotation,
ocean circulation, and Arctic climate. During the last three grand
solar minima - the Spörer, Maunder and Dalton Minima - global
climate experienced Little Ice Age conditions.
Arctic water penetrated
to the south all the way down to Mid Portugal, and Europe
experienced severe climatic conditions. The Arctic ice cover
We now seem to be in possession of quite convergent data indicating
that we, by 2030-2040, will be in a New Grand Solar Minimum which,
by analogy to past minima, must be assumed will lead to a
significant climatic deterioration with ice expansion in the Arctic.
The mathematical model by
Salvador seems to provide an excellent tool for the prediction of
future sunspot variations.
All this precludes a
continual warming as claimed by the IPCC.
Instead of this,
concludes Mörner, we are likely to face a new Little Ice Age.
TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING,
in line with historically
low solar activity, cloud-nucleating
Cosmic Rays, and a meridional
jet stream flow.
both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the
Prepare for the COLD - learn the facts, relocate if need be,
and grow your own...