(01 Real climate forcing )
What causes the real climate forcing?
(02 Cloudiness is a variable factor )
So, what causes the climate variations then that have been observed? The global warming doctrine is based on the assumption that CO2 is the only variable factor in the entire climate equation. This assumption is woefully incorrect to its very core. As I said, one of the biggest variable factors that affects our climate on the Earth is cloudiness. When cloudiness is increasing, the Earth gets colder as more sunlight is reflected back into space. It's as simple as that.
Yes, cloudiness is a variable factor. The degree of cloudiness is determined to a large extend by the prevailing cosmic-ray flux density.
(03 Interaction of cosmic rays )
While the interaction of cosmic rays with the Earth's atmosphere is complex, it leads to high levels of ionization. Ionized atoms and molecules are 100 times more attracted to water molecules that thereby cluster together into aerosol nuclei that start the chain of forming cloud droplets.
(04 The CLOUD project experiment at the CERN laboratories )
The effectiveness of this process has been experimentally verified by the CLOUD project experiment at the CERN laboratories. In the project artificial cosmic rays were injected into a chamber of water vapor, and the results were recorded.
(05 First the natural nucleation )
The CLOUD experiment was run in three stages. At first the natural nucleation was observed, which increased somewhat, but slowly, as it is illustrated here in an LPAC video.
(06 A static field was added )
In the second step of the experiment a static field was added, which exists naturally in the atmosphere. A dramatic increase in nucleation was observed.
(07 Artificial cosmic rays were injected )
For the third step the artificial cosmic rays were injected, and the resulting increased nucleation went straight up and off the chart. This proves the principle of cosmic-ray induced cloud formation. Of course the experiment does not prove that Galactic Cosmic Ray flux is a variable factor. This prove was produced by NASA's Ulysses satellite.
(08 NASA's Ulysses satellite )
NASA's Ulysses satellite has confirmed with direct measurements that the cosmic-ray flux density is a variable factor, and that is factor varies with the strength of the solar activity that affects the density of the solar heliosphere.
(09 Ulysses into a polar orbit )
The Ulysses spacecraft was put into a polar orbit around the Sun. The orbit took it outside of the ecliptic where its measurements would not be distorted by the heliospheric current sheet.
(10 A 20% increase in Galactic Cosmic Ray flux )
Ulysses measured a 20% increase in Galactic Cosmic Ray flux, coincident with a 20% drop in solar wind 'pressure', and a 30% drop in the strength of the underlying solar magnetic field. Thus the Ulysses mission proved that the Sun itself is not a constant factor either.
(11 The Sun's energy output varies )
That the Sun is a constantly varying factor is dramatically evident when it is observed in the EUV band. There the Sun's energy output varies by a factor of twenty over the course of every 11-year solar cycle.
(12 At the Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics )
That the drop in solar strength, which Ulysses had measured, has a dramatic climate effect on Earth was verified by on-the-ground temperature measurements at the Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics in the mountains near Irkutsk in Siberia. The institute measured a 2 degree drop in annual average temperatures, starting in 1998, coincident with the reduced solar measurements by Ulysses.
(13 On-the-ground measurements )
The on-the-ground measurements taken in this land far from big industries and big cities disprove the foundation of the manmade global warming doctrine. They disprove the core of the doctrine that is built on the assumption that CO2 is the only variable factor affecting our climate, which is deemed therefore to be responsible for all the climate changes in the world that were observed and are observed, while in reality the CO2 effect is so minuscule in comparison with all the real climate factors, that it is not a practical factor at all.
(14 The Sun is a huge variable factor )
The dynamically changing Sun is the big factor.
That the Sun is a huge variable factor was illustrated during the little Ice Age in the 1600s and 1700s.
(15 The Sun was weaker during the Little Ice Age )
While we didn't have the capability back in the 1600s to directly measure the solar wind pressure (which we don't have anymore either since 2009 when Ulysses was terminated), we nevertheless do have historic records that tell us that the Sun was significantly weaker during the Little Ice Age. This is illustrated by the near total lack of sunspots in the 1600s for a long period of time.
The long period with no sunspots was such a cold period that 10% of the population of Europe died of starvation as the result of the diminished agriculture. When the Sun recovered and the sunspots came back, the Earth became warmer again as one would expect. Of course, CO2 had nothing to do with that. Nor had the industrial revolution any effect on the re-warming, which began near the end of the Little Ice Age. The return of the sunspots tells us that the warming of the Earth simply reflected the recovery of the Sun. CO2 played no role in that. The CO2 doesn't affect the Sun. Inversely, the warming of the Earth causes the CO2 density to increase as more CO2 is released by the warmer oceans.
(16 When the Sun is fluctuating )
Throughout history enormous climate fluctuations have occurred on our planet that dwarf the puny climate recovery from the Little Ice Age that has become the center of the global warming scare. The climate on Earth has been warming and cooling in giant steps many a time, and this long before humanity had any significant presence on the Earth. Most of these big fluctuations were simply reflections of changing solar dynamics. When the Sun is fluctuating, the climate is fluctuating with it. And the Sun is capable of great fluctuations.
(17 It was believed that the Sun is internally powered )
Once upon a time it was believed that the Sun is internally powered by a complex atomic fusion process that fuses hydrogen atoms into helium atoms. In many academic circles this is still being believed. But the overwhelming evidence stands against such a belief.
(18 The Sun is externally powered )
The evidence tells us that the Sun is externally powered by interacting electric plasma particles that are drawn to the Sun by its enormous gravity, which then interact with the Sun at its surface and light it up.
(19 The Sun a vast carpet of 'boiling' electric currents )
The plasma attracting process renders the Sun a vast carpet of 'boiling' electric currents, powered by plasma energy flowing into the Sun in an electric arc-type fashion, from which the Sun gains its brilliance. One might regard the Sun as an electric catalytic energy converter, and so, like any catalytic system does, its output energy varies with the density of the energy that is feeding into it.
(20 The ice ages, and the huge climate oscillations )
Nothing else can explain the enormous historic climate variations that we have evidence for, especially that of the ice ages, and the huge climate oscillations that occurred during the last Ice Age.
(21 The Milankovitch cycles )
Attempts have been made to explain the ice age cycles from a mechanistic standpoint, as the result of orbital variations called the Milankovitch cycles. But this approach failed as the historic data doesn't match the expected computed results.
Of course this approach was doomed to fail as the orbital cycles only affect the hemispheric and seasonal distribution of the solar radiation received on earth, while the total solar radiation received in the Earth always remains the same.
(22 The big ice ages )
The big ice ages that cover more than 30% of the landmass of the Earth with gigantic ice sheets cannot be explained on any mechanistic basis, but when seen from the standpoint of the variable Sun as an electric energy converter, these enormously expansive ice-sheet phenomena are nothing more than the simple natural results of cyclical variations of the electric plasma density in the space of the solar system and in the external plasma streams feeding into it.
(23 Dansgaard Oeschger climate oscillations )
No mechanistic principle can explain the enormous Dansgaard Oeschger climate oscillations that have been found in the ice core samples on Greenland. These are gigantic and quick oscillations between deep glaciation climates, and sudden warm climates near the interglacial level, spanning a few hundred years in duration, and with transition periods between them measured in just decades. These enormous, fast acting variations are a puzzling enigma from a mechanistic standpoint, but not so in the electric universe.
(24 In the fusion-sun theory )
In fact, nothing can logically explain the 11-year solar cycles either, in the fusion-sun theory that defines the Sun as an invariable constant. But in the electric universe the 11-year solar activity cycles are nothing more than the natural result of an electric resonance within the space of the heliosphere that matches the cycle time just nicely. The same principle applies to the ice age cycles on a larger scale.
(25 Beyond the fusion-sun theory )
The much longer Ice Age cycles are totally beyond the fusion-sun theory to explain, but in the electric universe they are nothing more than larger electric resonance discharge cycles, with a cycle time that reflects the larger size of the galactic scale.
(26 A high-powered electrodynamic resonance )
Nearly all electric systems, including plasma-electric systems in space, have built-in resonance features that reflect the principles of electrodynamics, as for example the pulsing of a quasar. It takes an extreme stretch of the imagination to explain this fast pulsing phenomenon on a mechanistic basis, but not so, on a high-powered electrodynamic resonance basis.
(27 Very-long climate cycles )
Even the very-long climate cycles that are evident in sediment records, with cycle times of 60-65 million years and 140-150 million years, are nothing more than electric resonance cycles in intergalactic electric systems.
(28 Kepler has laid out laws for orbital motions )
They are definitely not caused by the mythical concept of our solar system orbiting the galactic center, which Johannes Kepler would give our moderns science a failing grade for, because no physical principle exists for such orbiting to be possible, as Kepler has laid out in his laws for orbital motions.
(29 Electric Birkeland currents of plasma electricity )
All observed stellar movements are nothing more than the typical rotating movements of electric Birkeland currents of plasma electricity flowing within the galactic spiral arms. The observed motions of speed versus distance from the galactic center reflect the opposite of Kepler's laws, but are consistent with motions observed in plasma flows. This recognition goes back to the mid-1900s, pioneered by the celebrated plasma physicist and Nobel Laureate of 1970, Hannes Alfven, who considered mechanistic astrophysics to be mythical scientific concepts extrapolated from mathematical theories developed on the blackboard, rather than being discoveries extrapolated from known observable phenomena.
(30 The multi-million-year cycles )
According to research done by plasma physics scientists at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, 99.999% of the mass of the universe exists as electric plasma, most of it existing in free-flowing form in intergalactic space, primarily in long distance networks of plasma currents that interconnect the galaxies like beads on a string.
The multi-million-year cycles that are observed in Earth's history, are nothing more than electric resonance cycles in the Milky Way's long intergalactic connections spanning distances of several millions of light years.
(31 Intergalactic plasma flows )
The intergalactic plasma flows operate as extremely large systems that carry immense flows of electric mass with them, which, when it becomes converted to electromagnetic thermal energy by our Sun, enables life on our planet to exist. When the immense intergalactic energy streams that power our galaxy like any other galaxy, are modulated with minor resonance fluctuations, the result has major long-terms effects on every sun in the galaxy, including our sun, which has secondary effects on the Earth's climate.
(32 Antarctica to become glaciated )
The combination of the two, long multi-million-year cycles, in the 'recent' period of the last 50 million years, have caused Antarctica to become glaciated, then to thaw out, and to become re-glaciated once more.
(33 The Earth's puny little CO2 greenhouse gas )
It evidently takes a long period of enormous cooling for Antarctica to be covered with miles-deep layers of ice, and after that, long periods of enormous warming to cause these ice sheets to be melted. The Earth's puny little CO2 greenhouse gas evidently played no role whatsoever in the gigantic events that have occurred, while intergalactic electric resonance phenomena do have the power to cause such large climate fluctuations. And they still do play this role. They are the deeply underlying operating forces that determine our climate trends in the very long time frames.
(34 A deep ice age zone )
The combined low of the long multi-million-year cycles has brought the Earth once more into a deep ice age zone.
(35 In the current deep ice age zone )
In the current deep ice age zone, miles-deep ice sheets form periodically across large areas of the northern hemisphere, where the great landmasses are located. They form in roughly 100,000 years cycles of glaciation that is interrupted by brief interglacial intervals, in the order of 12,000 years, like the current one that is in the process of ending.
(36 The next glaciation cycle is on the horizon )
We are in a transition zone. The current global cooling that began in 1998 will likely render the Earth 5 times colder than the Little Ice Age had been, over the next 50 years or so. A deep cooling trend appears to have begun that no one can accurately predict the outcome of, except to say that the next glaciation cycle is on the horizon.