Volcanic/Seismic Uptick; On Q Anon; Dalton Minimum; Russian Permaculture (e30)

We are experiencing the expected increase in volcanic/seismic activity, as the Grand Solar Minimum results in still increased Galactic Cosmic Rays, and transitively, increased cloud cover, general climate chaos, and resulting crop losses. A Strategy of Tension deploys layered psyops to keep people from focusing on the collapsing ecosystems. Q Anon/Trump cannot grow your food. You can. Start now.

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Costa Rica’s Tenorio earthquake swarms:

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Cosmic Rays Intensifying as we enter a Grand Solar Minimum

Great write-up last week over on watchers.news:

Data provided by the students of Earth to Sky Calculus and Dr. Tony Phillips of SpaceWeather.com show cosmic ray levels are intensifying, as the Solar Minimum approaches, with an approximately 13% increase since March 2015.

In a study published September 17, 2015, A. C. Maycock et al. examined the potential climate impacts of the onset of an extreme “Maunder Minimum-like” grand solar minimum using a comprehensive global climate model. The results show that a large decline in solar activity over the 21st century could have important impacts on the stratosphere and regional surface climate. “Given the fundamental role of solar energy in the climate system, a period of low solar activity may have important ramifications for the state of both the stratosphere and troposphere, and it is these aspects which are the focus of this study,” the authors write. “It has been found, for example, that colder UK winters tend to occur more frequently during periods of low solar activity.”


watchers.news 2017.5.13

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