28 Apr

Russian Scientists: ‘We Could Face Cooling Period For 200-250 Years’

The Global Warming Policy Foundation:

‘We could be in for a cooling period that lasts 200-250 years. The period of low solar activity could start in 2030-2040.’

Global warming which has been the subject of so many discussions in recent years, may give way to global cooling. According to scientists from the Pulkovo Observatory in St.Petersburg, solar activity is waning, so the average yearly temperature will begin to decline as well. Scientists from Britain and the US chime in saying that forecasts for global cooling are far from groundless. Some experts warn that a change in the climate may affect the ambitious projects for the exploration of the Arctic that have been launched by many countries.

Just recently, experts said that the Arctic ice cover was becoming thinner while journalists warned that the oncoming global warming would make it possible to grow oranges in the north of Siberia. Now, they say a cold spell will set in. Apparently, this will not occur overnight, Yuri Nagovitsyn of the Pulkovo Observatory, says.

“Journalists say the entire process is very simple: once solar activity declines, the temperature drops. But besides solar activity, the climate is influenced by other factors, including the lithosphere, the atmosphere, the ocean, the glaciers. The share of solar activity in climate change is only 20%. This means that sun’s activity could trigger certain changes whereas the actual climate changing process takes place on the Earth”.

Solar activity follows different cycles, including an 11-year cycle, a 90-year cycle and a 200-year cycle. Yuri Nagovitsyn comments.

“Evidently, solar activity is on the decrease. The 11-year cycle doesn’t bring about considerable climate change – only 1-2%. The impact of the 200-year cycle is greater – up to 50%. In this respect, we could be in for a cooling period that lasts 200-250 years. The period of low solar activity could start in 2030-2040 but it won’t be as pervasive as in the late 17th century”.

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7 Responses to Russian Scientists: ‘We Could Face Cooling Period For 200-250 Years’

  1. Smorgasbord says: 1

    Does this global cooling mean that more water is going to freeze, and the oceans are going to lower, so that people who own ocean front property will have more property than they do now? Will they have to pay taxes on it?

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  2. Randy says: 2

    Only until 2016

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  3. Mike M says: 3

    @Smorgasbord: If you enter Promo Code “NO TAXES” on your Obamaphone, you will not have to pay property tax for that year.

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  4. Seraphim says: 4

    Yes.

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  5. Smorgasbord says: 5

    @Mike M: #3
    I’ve got a, “Pay For It Myself” phone. Since I am retired, I don’t worry much about taxes any more. I really feel sorry for those who do.

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  6. This one says: 6

    I challenge those who question Climate Change because of the liars who are bought and sold by the right wing and the oil companies to try this: Write a letter about your disbelief in Climate Changes. Go ahead, use ‘algore’ as many times as you want. Put this letter in a safe place, maybe the family bible. I’m guessing your ancestors will regard you as the family fool.

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  7. Smorgasbord says: 7

    @This one: #6
    I have posted links before, so I won’t take the time to look them up now. Let’s look at the evidence that has convinced me that global warming is just as fake as obama’s birth certificate:

    (1) Emails were released that showed some scientist telling how they changed the info that was gathered.
    (2) All of the temperature sensors in Siberia were shut off.
    (3) Whenever new sensors were put up, they always were near heat sources (sidewalks, parking lots, roofs of buildings, and even near air conditioners), not away from any civilization.

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