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By John L. Casey

Climate swap has been a puzzling challenge for years. In Dark Winter, writer John L. Casey, a former White apartment nationwide house coverage consultant, NASA headquarters advisor, and area travel engineer tells the reality approximately ominous alterations occurring within the weather and the Sun.

Casey’s examine into the Sun’s job, which started virtually a decade in the past, ended in discovery of a sun cycle that's now reversing from its international warming section to that of harmful international cooling for the subsequent thirty years or extra. This new chilly weather will dramatically impression the world’s voters. In Dark Winter, he offers facts of the following:

• the tip of worldwide warming
• the start of a “solar hibernation,” a historical aid within the strength output of the Sun
• A long term drop in Earth’s temperatures
• the beginning of the following weather swap to many years of dangerously chilly weather
• The excessive chance of list earthquakes and volcanic eruptions

A sobering examine Earth’s destiny, Dark Winter predicts around the globe, crop- destroying chilly; meals shortages and riots within the usa and in another country; major worldwide death; and social, political, and monetary upheaval.

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Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell

Weather switch has been a puzzling challenge for years. In darkish iciness, writer John L. Casey, a former White apartment nationwide area coverage consultant, NASA headquarters advisor, and area go back and forth engineer tells the reality approximately ominous adjustments happening within the weather and the sunlight. Casey’s learn into the Sun’s job, which started virtually a decade in the past, ended in discovery of a sunlight cycle that's now reversing from its worldwide warming part to that of harmful international cooling for the subsequent thirty years or extra.

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Two men are engaged in the usual morning conversation about jobs, the dense fog that has rolled in, and the workday ahead. The train arrives and everyone gets on — except one of the men. As the other man boards, he turns just before the doors close and the train pulls out and calls back to his friend, who mysteriously is still on the platform. ” he asks. ” Puzzled, the rider pays no more thought to the statement as the doors close behind him. Only ten minutes into the ride, his eyes grow wide with shock as the train leaps off the tracks, plunging down into a deep gorge because the bridge collapsed during the night.

Most importantly, no one else was on a mission to get the word out about the difficult times ahead. So what was this discovery? What revelation was it that was going to plunge the world into a long cold? The discovery was, in 8 Dark Winter essence, that among a group of relatively short cycles of the Sun, there was one specific cycle — a 206-year cycle that I came to call the Bicentennial Cycle — that was the primary scheduler for climate changes on Earth on a scale of many decades. The Bicentennial Cycle of 206 years correlated with near 100 percent accuracy to every major cold-temperature period over the past 1,200 years.

There are many 6 Dark Winter SUNSPOTS — APRIL 25, 2011 1193 1195 1196 EARTH JUPITER Source: NASA/ESA SOHO Satellite Figure 1-1. Sunspots. This April 25, 2011, photo of the Sun, which remains in its solar hibernation mode, shows a few lonely sunspots. A comparison of their size with the Earth and Jupiter are shown in the lower right. other solar cycles, and most are much longer, far more powerful, and driven by the intricate movements of the Sun, Earth, and the other bodies in our solar system. Most of us take them for granted, yet these natural cycles and periodicities of the Sun, or “oscillations,” as researchers call them, bring us light and darkness, warmth and cold.

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