UK climate is in for a chilly twist within the next few years as three major forms of climate change trigger “substantial cooling”:
- Drastic changes in ocean conditions,
- Greenhouse gases (geoengineering) and
- A weakening of the sun,
threaten increasingly worsening winters of blistering blizzards and severe snowstorms for years to come.
Britain heading for Mini Ice-Age in 2017, widespread blackouts expected
A “TRIPLE whammy” of freak climate events causing temperatures to plummet will hit the country in 2017, it has been sensationally claimed.
This cocktail of climate threats, paired with “hasty climate policies” by rolling out wind turbines and shutting down nuclear power plants across the UK could mean “rolling blackouts” over the next few years, plunging the country into long period of darkness.
These “worse case scenario” climate threats will hit the elderly hardest, leaving “some pensioners alone in the dark” on a freezing nights resigned to a “lonely death”.
It is thought these will be brought about for the most part by a massive decrease in solar activity, meaning fewer “sunspots”, therefore less solar flares to warm up earth and allowing cosmic rays penetrating our atmosphere that create thicker low cloud formation.
Scientists recently warned the sun’s activity is at its lowest for 100 years, meaning earth is experiencing eerily similar conditions to the period when the last mini ice age hit.
This drop in sunspot activity leads to a so-called Maunder Minimum, which is believed to be responsible for the cripplingly cold winters Europe experienced three centuries ago.
The last time Britain entered a Maunder minimum period was in the 1600s, when temperatures sunk so low, London’s river Thames froze over.
Drawing on 400 years of sunspot observations, experts believe we are heading for a similar temperature “minimum”.
However, mini Ice-Age happened only once during the 11,500 years Inter-glacial warm holidays which is overdue by 500 years already due to geoengineering efforts to artificially extend the period by blanketing the planet. These efforts will not be able to match the powerful weakness of the sun Long Ice Age Glaciation.