The History and Future of Climate Change

-- Video, posted on YouTube May 13, 2019 by Peter Temple (5:31)

Climate change periodicity is driven by solar activity and earth's position relative to the other planets. Mr. Temple shows earth's alternate warming and cooling periods over the last 4,000 years resembling a sine wave, that the current Modern Warm Period has peaked, and that we're heading into a cold and dry period.

Transcript:
With the apparent Climate Agreement put to bed, climate media seems to have died down for the time being. So, I think it's time for a little dose of reality, because it's getting colder and dryer, and it's all because of the sun and the planets.

You see, everything that happens on earth happens in cycles. The only straight lines is in man's minds; there are no straight lines in nature. Everything in nature is formed by [?] spheres, or waves. So when you tell me that the temperature is going to go straight up, I become more than a little skeptical, because nothing goes straight up, and certainly not forever.

Let's look at climate cycles over the last 11,000 years -- the big picture. You can see on this diagram that we came out of the glacial period about 10,000 years ago. And then we have these up and down periods of warm and cold cycles -- it's like a giant sine wave. Temperature goes up and down over time, on a highly predictable schedule. Today, we're in what's call the Modern Warm Period, and there's Climate Mania, even though it's been warmer on earth many times before. In fact, the trend line shows it's gradually getting cooler, because the sun is cooling. Nobody disputes that (uh, no astrophysicist at any rate). The next cold period is signified by the bright blue glob, right below Climate Mania! -- it's starting now.

But how do we know all this? Well, in the early 1900s, Dr. Raymond Wheeler, with a team of about 200 researchers, analyzed climate back about 20 centuries to 600BC. He used tree rings and sunspot records to plot both temperature and rainfall over that entire period. He identified major climate cycles of 100, 170, 515, and 1030 years. And he predicted extreme weather about the year 2000, followed by a turn colder and a long-term drought. And sure enough, that's exactly what seems to be happening.

In fact, the global temperature has gone sideways since 1998 -- oh, yes it has -- and recent drop in solar activity is warning of a much colder time coming ahead. What's more, the head of the International Space Station, a Russian astrophysicist (with a name I can't pronounce) has publicly predicted a new Ice Age is on the way.

Now let's drill down to the most recent 4,000 years. This chart uses data from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration [NOAA]. It comes from the Greenland Ice Core research project ending in 1992. Ice cores are an extremely accurate method of determining temperature back to the century. What's interesting about this chart is that it accurately supports all of Dr. Wheeler's cycles.

You can see the large temperature peaks every 1030 years -- the red arrows. These extremely warm and wet periods supported bountiful crops, so that major societies grew to the height of their power. Dr. Wheeler called it the Civilization Cycle. You can see the 172-year peaks as well -- the orange arrows. In almost every case, the temperature turned colder at the 172-year mark, and 2007 was the most recent major turn date.

But the other remarkable thing about this chart is the correlation with major civilizations. When the climate turns warm and wet for long periods, the world's greatest empires have emerged -- Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Mayan, the Vikings, and so on. When the climate grew colder, these great cultures fell into ruin. Bad things start to happen when climate turns cold. Rome burned when it got colder; Hadrian's Wall was built to keep out invaders at the bottom of the cold spell. Social need always turns negative with colder climate, and that brings about riots and wars. Cold periods often get labeled as Dark Ages, because there is little advancement in living standards.

So here we are at the top of the Modern Warm Period. Unless this time is different, the earth is going to get a lot colder and dryer -- most likely for several hundred years. You'll also see a major financial collapse. Yeah, that's one of the great features of the 172-year cycle -- it's happened throughout history, like clockwork.

So, we've spent billions of dollars on this Climate Mania, for nothing, really. We had this information more than a century ago. The sun and the planets are the main drivers of climate change on our tiny little planet. We know that, we can't change Mother Nature. It's going to get colder and dryer, there's no question about that. You see, history repeats over and over and over again.

So if you want to know the future, you look at the past -- but of course nobody does that. They'd much rather program computers to try to simulate what they think is "manmade warming". Meanwhile, since we are going to need more energy and warmth, we have politicians trying to tax it out of existence and shut down coal plants.

If we'd paid attention to cycles, and history, maybe we could plan for the tough times -- every 172 years. 97超级碰碰碰碰久久久久_一线完整版在线观看免费_日本三级香港三级人妇三