Ice Age Tell-tale Evidence
weaker Sun, more earthquakes, cosmic rays, cloudiness, colder climates
As the Sun
gets weaker, as measured by NASA's Ulysses satellite, the solar heliosphere is
getting weaker too, which weakens its shielding effect against galactic
cosmic-ray flux. While the resulting increased cosmic-ray flux results in
increased cloudiness and a colder Earth, the electric induction of cosmic-ray
flux gives a boost to the biological system, including the human neurological
may have been this trend that enabled the development of humanity in the first
place, when several million years ago the dawn of the modern deep ice ages
began. While the New Ice Age poses a challenge that could lead to our self-extinction
if we fail to prepare ourselves for it by creating new agriculture with a
World Development Project, the increased cosmic radiation promises a
compensation in benefits that far exceed the ice age inconvenience. This means
we should celebrate the few tell-tale signs that we already see.
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Published by Cygni Communications Ltd.
North Vancouver, BC, Canada - (C) in public domain - producer Rolf A. F.