Ice Age of the dimming Sun in 30 years
The enormously large climate oscillations that have been discovered in the Greenland ice cores have a remarkable periodic consistency. The climate events occur at the periodic repetition rate of 1,470 years. As many as 25 of them have been discovered.
The consistent periodicity suggests that their cause may be found in the resonance effects of a plasma structure that is a part of the Primer Fields system that powers the solar system. The evidence suggests that our solar system is merely the end-stage of a larger multiple-nested primer fields systems, of which one is large enough to have a 1,470-years resonance. The size of the inner Oort cloud would qualify it for such a resonance. The discovery has immediate implications for our time.
If one runs the clock forward from the last known big Dansgaard Oeschger pulse, to the present, it becomes apparent that the Great Global Warming that was caused by enormously increased solar activity, which broke the Little Ice Age in the 1700s, may have been the result of the most recent Dansgaard Oeschger pulse. The Little Ice Age ended with a sudden massive increase in solar activity and the corresponding great climate warming till the year 2000. The timing is amazing, and the consequences ominously important for the dynamics of the ongoing Ice Age transition..
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