24 Feb 2019

And Then, Feel The Warmth...

Well, so, the birthday day was a roaring success and the gold painted colander really hit the spot. Sadly, the spot it hit was the bridge of my nose. Do I really need to add the next bit? Just in case; only kidding. On the downside, it now has pride of place on the sitting room windowsill.

In other news from a little bit after a while ago, missed by the MSM as far as I can remember, is research conducted by Professor Valentina Zharkova that would suggest the sun is heading for a partial but dramatic shutdown, starting in a couple of years, which would lead to a three to four hundred year long ‘cold snap’.
   “Professor Valentina Zharkova gave a presentation of her Climate and the Solar Magnetic Field hypothesis at the Global Warming Policy Foundation in October, 2018. The information she unveiled should shake/wake you up.
    Her models have run at a 93% accuracy and her findings suggest a Super Grand Solar Minimum is on the cards beginning 2020 and running for 350-400 years.
   The last time we had a little ice age only two magnetic fields of the sun went out of phase.
   This time, all four magnetic fields are going out of phase.”

I’m quietly confident that, should this come to pass, it’ll be ‘proved’ to be our fault. That damn Co2 gets everywhere eh? However, wot then for windmills and solar panels? As this professor has a 93% accuracy record, I’m sure our betters are sitting-up, taking notice and are preparing for all eventualities. A bit like with regards to that Brexit thingy, right? And I somehow doubt just doubling our order for wood pellets is going to cut it.

If this does materialise, Is there a plus side? Possibly; firstly, they woolly mammoths are absolute meat mountains and secondly, we need to get this Super Grand Solar Minimum information out there, in simplified form, for our newest bestest ever friends to take a look at as  it could well encourage many of them to start planning their move back to way down south the ways with some measure of urgency.

Finally, something I borrowed as it made me smile:
Thank you Michael Nöthem for this:
   Picked up a hitchhiker last night. He said thanks but how do you know I’m not a serial killer? I replied, the chances of two serial killer’s being in the same car are astronomical.

Quote;  Mors Kochanski.

“In cold weather a good rule is to light your fire first before doing anything else. It is always more sensible to keep yourself warm rather than trying to thaw yourself out later.”

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