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When we take a wide look at the climate history of the Earth, spanning the last 500 million years, a pattern of two long climate cycles, overlaid on each other, becomes recognizable, which reflect the 'climate' cycles within our galaxy.
It also becomes recognizable that the repetition rate of the individual cycles has remained constant throughout the entire long timeframe of over 500 million years. The strong constancy enables one to look forward in time and extrapolate quite accurately what the Earth's climate is and will be in the long run. Here we discover that the Earth's climate is presently at the weakest and coldest level in 440 million years. The weakness of the climate on Earth reflects the current weakness of the galactic system that affects our solar system.
The currently weak climate that we experience reflects the increasingly vulnerable dynamics of our solar-system and with it the weakness of our Sun.
Al this means that we live in precarious times, with a wide variety of uncertainties unfolding.
At the current state of the solar system, nothing at all is constant anymore. Every feature of the Sun and its supporting system is changing. The entire system is dynamically diminishing, and is diminishing rapidly.
The current climate on Earth, our interglacial climate, has itself been diminishing almost from the interglacial optimum onward, all the way to the present time.
And the Interglacial Climate isn't merely diminishing.
It is diminishing at a rapid rate, and this rate itself is increasing.
For example, the last three of the big historic warming pulses that have affected our civilization, have been getting progressively smaller in amplitude, and the intervals between the events have been getting shorter. Their intervals diminished from 1300 years, to 1100 years, and then to 800 years.
The now evermore diminishing 'landscape' of historic solar activity raises major uncertainties when we look forward in time.
A similar case of shrinking intervals and amplitude is that of the changing so-called Grand Solar Minimum events. Both are changing so amazingly fast that nothing is confidently predictable anymore.
However, the dynamics of the progression give us a sense of the direction in which the Sun is moving. The intervals of the cyclical Grand Solar Minimum events are not merely diminishing in a random manner. The intervals between the events are getting shorter in a geometric progression. The geometric progression makes the outcome somewhat-more predictable.
These recognitions are some of the benefits we derive from the multi-year ice-coring projects in Greenland and Antarctica.
It is our task as a human society to come to terms with what the discoveries mean for our living under the now rapidly changing Sun, and how to move with it, because those changes and their effects are hugely consequential.
Climate Change is now evermore written in big letters as the Sun gets weaker.
Even the very heart of the solar system, the 11-year solar cycle, which had been rock-solid in time, is now changing. The interval between the solar cycles is increasing. as the weakening is evermore felt. The solar-system's clock is running slower. The interval between the peak of cycle 23 and the peak of cycle 24, has increased from 11 years to 13 years with the weaker Sun. That's a big change.
Even the mean temperature of the Sun, which hasn't changed since accurate measurements became possible, is on the path to diminishing potentially in the 2030s.
As the last shoe drops another inflection point is reached. But this shouldn't be cause for alarm.
The ever-changing Sun is a natural feature of the nature of the universe, and of the dynamics of the solar system, especially now that the galactic dynamic system is presently at its weakest state in 440 million years.
Two-thirds along the way from hot to cold, during the last 100 million years, Antarctica glaciated, then thawed out again, and glaciated once more around 12 million years ago. The Ice Ages started only in the last 2.7 million years of the still ongoing big galactic weakening.
The Ice Age glaciation was of shorter duration at first in the range of 40,000 years, but as the galactic weakening increased, the glacial periods became longer and the interglacial periods shorter.
The galactic system has become so weak in the last half a million years that there is only enough strength left for the solar system to be fully powered for 15% of the time.
For the remaining 85% of the time, the ice core records tell us that the climate on Earth was an immensely cold and dry glaciation climate that renders the Earth largely uninhabitable.
Only the interglacial periods are suitable for easy living as we have it today. The entire development of civilization occurred during the current interglacial period.
Since the modern ice core records tell us that the interglacial environment, in which we grew up, is rapidly weakening, it becomes imperative that we make an effort to explore why this is happening.
Since our living is presently totally dependent on the interglacial warm climate, it becomes especially imperative for us to explore why the interglacial climate is rapidly diminishing.
We have large volumes of data collected about our climate history.
The time has come to explore what the collected data tells us about our future.
The events-driven humanist-development paradigm.
What we see happening in the numerous records of actual physical historic events, is ironically not possible to perceive on the widely accepted platform of the Sun that has become mainstream science.
What has been accepted is archaic. None of the large changes that have been discovered are compatible with the mainstream model for an invariable Sun.
Even in itself, the theorized model is so full of holes that it is self-evidently false. The large dynamics events that have been discovered about the solar system and the Sun, demand a dramatic advance in the science of solar physics, and an advance in the humanist paradigm that enables us to respond to what has already been discovered. Here, advanced and truthful science aids us, while archaic science that may be intentionally false, blocks our responses.
As I said, none of the discovered and fast diminishing climate phenomena are possible on the platform of the internally powered hydrogen-sun theory, which, according to the theory itself cannot change, much less change rapidly.
It is theorized under the archaic theory that the heat from the core of the Sun takes 30 million years to come to the surface by convection, and roughly 15000 years by photon emissions, absorption and scattering. Such a Sun cannot change as rapidly and extensively as we have observed the real Sun to change.
But then, astronomy has had a long history of resorting to mistaken premises in order to meet politically imposed objectives, such as those that Ptolemy's epicycles were invented for.
The hydrogen-gas Sun theory is a imaginary tale of dreams of a similar inventive type as Ptolemy's epicycles were. The time has come for a new humanist paradigm of scientific development to be developed that actually relies on verifiable physics instead of on mysticism.
When we look at the Sun with a telescope, we see rather plainly that the sunspots are dark, while the opposite should be the case if the Sun was heated from the inside. We are told that this is so because mythical dark energy that blocks light, streams through the sunspots. And this is only a part of the theorized mysticism that is spun around the Sun, that even children would find hard to belief.
The mystery of wave actions is another fairy tales of why a gas-Sun produces plasma winds that mysteriously stream away from the Sun against the force of its gravity and accelerate as they go, which shouldn't be possible under the archaic theory.
Similarly the mystery of wave actions bids us to imagine that the corona around the Sun can be many hundredths of times hotter than the surface of the Sun itself.
Furthermore the mystery of electron degeneration bids us to belief that a gas sphere of the size of the Sun is actually able to exist with a theorized gas-density at its core that is 150-times denser than water, while in comparison with other gas planets the Sun is a thousand times too light, and more than that are the giant stars.
The giant star UY Scuty is said to contain 10-times the mass of our Sun. However, this mass is spread out across the star's 5 billion-times larger volume. A researcher commented that this mass is spread so thin that the star is practically a vacuum.
Yet physical measurements indicate that this vacuum-star outshines our Sun 340,000-fold.
Every aspect of this star is totally impossible under the gas-compression solar model, no matter what mysteries one attaches to this model. Nevertheless the star does exist and operates amazingly well. This means that the theorized model is self-evidently false.
The time has come to let go of the mysticism and the evidently false models built on them, and to develop a scientific model for the Sun that is NOT self-contradictory, and is in addition able to support all the amazing physical discoveries about the Sun that have been made in recent years.
A new humanist paradigm is needed that focuses on truthfulness in science; and on the discovery of universal physical principles that enable us to intelligently respond to the solar events and their consequences that shape our world.
Science is a part of the humanist paradigm. It has not only created civilization, but lets us see the unseen and respond without doubt and fear to what we have discovered about the Sun, which we need to develop into a model that can aid us to respond in our living to what is real.
Let's begin by exploring. What causes the Interglacial Climate to diminish?
One is challenged to discover a model that can produce all the numerous diverse dynamics in physical events that we have discovered.
The only platform that offers such a model that fits all the parameters, is the Plasma Sun platform.
A Plasma Sun is a sphere of plasma. Plasma is the name for electrons and protons existing in unbound form, primarily in space. When large quantities are brought together into a sphere the size of the Sun, the lighter electrons that swarm around the protons migrate to the surface, away from the center of gravity. The change of distribution enables the protons at the center to repel each more, which gives the center a low mass density, and the surface an extremely high-mass density and high electron-density. Such a Sun presents to the cosmos an extremely high electric potential, which attracts plasma from interstellar space.
The interstellar plasma flows onto the Sun in long plasma streams, but the plasma doesn't pile up on the Sun. The Sun consumes a portion of it in an electrodynamics process of atomic synthesis that binds the plasma up into electrically neutral atomic structures. The plasma that the Sun doesn't consume, simply flows on.
Intense action happens on the surface of the Sun. All atoms that the planets are made of, were created in this process on the surface of the Sun, by which interstellar plasma is massively consumed. The process is highly energetic, so that the created atoms are intensely energized by it and light up the Sun. All atoms emit energy in the form of photons of light, when they become energized. The evidence that this happens on the Sun is the sunlight that we see.
The nature of the Plasma Sun is such that it is not its own master. It responds to what flows into it. When the inflow is strong, the Sun becomes extremely active. When it is week, the Sun becomes 'quiet'.
I have presented in previous videos, that our Sun and its solar system is located at a node point on an interstellar plasma stream.
The extremely long dimension of interstellar plasma streams generates a electric resonance in the plasma stream with a very-long 'solar' cycle, in the order of 100,000 years. All plasma structures have a specific resonance according to their size.
At the node point something interesting happens. When plasma is in motion in the same direction, the electric movement creates magnetic fields that pull the plasma together into ever-smaller cross-sections, which in turn increases the 'pinching' effect, and with it the magnetic field strength.
At an extreme point the entire process breaks down, whereby a hole opens up in the plasma stream, through which intensely concentrated plasma escapes. That's where we find our Sun located. The escaping plasma is literally focused onto our Sun by the remaining intense magnetic fields that remain active. The plasma researcher David LaPoint, who explored the process, has termed the dynamic electromagnetic structure, the Primer Fields.
When the Primer Fields are active, our Sun is intensively powered, with a dense sphere of plasma surrounding it, which is formed by the Primer Fields.
But when the interstellar plasma stream is too weak to maintain the Sun in its high-powered state, the pinching effect is too feeble for the Primer Fields to form, so that the plasma simply flows by the Sun. When this happens, the Sun operates at a dramatically lower intensity. It goes to sleep. It hibernates, waiting for the plasma streams to become dense again.
When the Sun hibernates, the Earth is in an Ice Age climate.
In the long sweep of the last half-million years, the Sun has been hibernating for 85% of the time.
The hibernation of the Sun is the result of the present low density in the interstellar plasma stream and its internal oscillation. There is only enough density left at the present epoch for the Sun to become "Active with Primer Fields" for a mere 15% of the time at the peak of the oscillation.
The peak-time activation is the reason why the interglacial period has been diminishing from its mid-time to the present.
As I presented in a previous video, it takes a far-greater plasma-density to activate the Primer Fields, then it takes to maintain them.
Note that the plasma density diminishes evermore steeply, the closer the interglacial period comes to the turn-off threshold for the Primer Fields. The steep decline, near the off-point, is the DRIVER for all the diminishing processes that we see now expressed evermore in the weakening of the solar system.
The diminishing yellow curve of the interstellar plasma density that is shown here, between the on and off states, has a direct effect on the intensity of the activity of our Sun during the interglacial period, and especially so now, as we come near the end of the interglacial. The on/off points on the curve mark the extend of interglacial period.
With this established, we can now look at the details of the diminishing solar system and develop a model that can facilitate the kind of phenomena that we see.
The intensity of the solar actions that we see evident in historic ice core samples appears to be affected by three types of different resonance effects, which flow together and affect the density of the plasma streams flowing onto the Sun. This means that the three different resonance effects originate from different plasma structures.
We see for example that the solar minimum cycles are of shorter duration than the intervals of the big historic warming pulses, which therefore must both have a different cause. This means that the specific climate features that we see reflected in the solar system's dynamics, each add their unique contribution to the interstellar plasma stream, with all of the contributions flowing together in the process that powers the Sun.
The innermost resonance, the pulse of the solar system, the 11-year solar cycle, is slowing down.
The researcher David LaPoint discovered in laboratory experiments, that when the Sun is located between two symmetric electromagnetic structures, then the lightest imbalance between the two structures causes a magnetic polarity to be imposed onto the Sun, according to the imbalance.
When the entire plasma structure that combines the Primer Fields is resonating, the imbalance resonates with it. As the structure resonates, it imposes alternating magnetic polarity unto the Sun. With an 11-year resonance built into the system, the resonance cycles cause the Sun's magnetic polarity to flip every eleven years, for a complete cycle spanning 22 years.
The solar activity intensity fluctuates during the course of each cycle, though with the cycle time remaining constant. The magnetic polarity flips during the 'low' intensity portion of each solar cycle.
Only in very recent time, from the Year 2,000 onward, has the cycle time has become longer.
During the interval between the peak of cycle 23 and cycle 24, the cycle time became extended to 13 years. This is a totally new phenomenon, without an equal for centuries.
Until the year 2000, the timing of the solar cycle had remained the only stable element of the solar system. It had weathered the sweeping consequences of the weakening Sun that has affected everything else. Now this last bastion of stability is diminishing too, and at a tremendous rate of change.
Of course, the Sun itself didn't cause the sudden change of pace.
The positions of the Primer Fields appear to have shifted. The Primer Fields appear to have receded further away from each other as the result of the entire solar system becoming weaker. The increased space enabled the plasma structure between the Primer Fields to expand. As the result of it, the larger plasma structure produces longer electric resonance cycles, and consequently longer solar cycles.
And this increase in the spacing of the node point didn't happen spasmodically. It happened dramatically fast.
The increase of the cycle time from 11 years to 13 years amounts to a whopping 18% expansion over the span of roughly a decade. Wow! This is big!
If this can happen to the most solid structure in the solar system, and in just a single decade, we are looking at extreme uncertainties laying ahead of us.
The entire solar system has now become so weak that the Primer Fields are beginning to shift, and shift rapidly, so that the very heart of the solar system, the beat of the 11-year solar cycle is running slower.
Against this background everything becomes unpredictable. It is not surprising, therefore, that deep climate changes are already beginning to unfold.
The changing long cycles.
As I said before, deep changes have begun to manifest themselves for 3,000 years already, as we see it reflected in the diminishing big warming pulses and the shortening of their cycle-intervals.
As I also said before, we see the big Grand Solar Minimum events occurring in ever-shorter intervals and amplitude.
We see the 250-year cycles getting shorter.
And we see the 1,300-year intervals getting shorter likewise.
Both of these long-term cyclical phenomena are rapidly diminishing.
However, the big difference in basic cycle times, of 1,300 years versus 250 years, indicate that these events are caused by separate phenomena, though of a similar style, and of a type that affects what flows through the Primer Fields onto the Sun.
This dual-type evidence leads to the concept of two-fold nested electromagnetic structures, or nested Primer Fields, as David LaPoint refers to them, a concept that's similar in geometry of the theorized Oort Cloud system.
The Oort Cloud is a concept of nested asteroid fields that are theorized to surround the solar system at a large distance. The Oort cloud was theorized as a potential origin for comets that are not aligned with the planetary ecliptic. The cloud is theorized to contain trillions of asteroid type objects, all held in place in two concentric clouds, a large shell-type cloud, and a toroidial cloud within it that is sometimes referred to as the Kuiper Belt. Both structures are perceived as centered on the Sun, but at a very long distance away from it.
However, the theorized clouds of asteroids, may be simply plasma structures.
The geometry of such structures is consistent with features discovered in laboratory experiments of high-energy plasma physics, shown on the right in pink. In a high-energy electric discharge experiment conducted at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. The experimental plasma stream became extremely concentrated by the self-forming magnetic Primer fields, into a narrow super-dense stream of plasma. Since the experiment did not incorporate a sink for the plasma as in the case of the Sun in cosmic space, the super-dense plasma stream created its own energy dissipation by forming a toroid of energized plasma around it. The dissipation enabled the now weaker stream to expand again in the reverse of the process.
In comparison, the plasma toroid would be comparable to the theorized Kuiper Belt of the Oort Cloud structure.
The researcher David LaPoint discovered that the opposite magnetic polarity of the two primer fields, creates a large magnetic field that encapsulates the entire structure. This is what the theory of the outer Oort Cloud may represent.
The physical asteroid objects that supposedly compose the Oort clouds, have never been actually seen. Their existence has been assumed as a potential source for comets. This means that the theorized clouds of asteroids may not actually exist as clouds of asteroids, but may exist instead as plasma structures which do have an effect on comets passing through them.
In principle, nested plasma structures are possible that echo the basic nested concept of the theorized Oort cloud.'
The toroidial shape that developed around the central stream in the high-energy plasma experiment at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, illustrates a basic principle that may be reflected in the forming of the larger cosmic plasma structures.
Of course, as giant plasma structures, each of the big structures has its own inherent electric resonance that reflect its physical size.
This means that the resonance in the outer plasma cloud is likely the cause for the 1,300 years cycle of the big warming pulses that we see in climate records, and the resonance of the smaller, toroidial inner plasma cloud could be the cause for the 250-year cycles of the Grand Solar Minimum periods.
Since these plasma structures that are a part of the solar system, are dynamically formed, their size can also dynamically vary. As the solar system is now weakening, the physical size of these structures would therefore become correspondingly smaller, which would reflect itself in shorter resonance times, such as we see in the ice core records.
The 250-year resonance cycle, thereby became faster. It is repeating now in ever shorter intervals.
The measured regression, as we see it expressed in ice core samples, unfolds as an orderly geometric regression for which the outcome is somewhat predictable.
Likewise, the 1,300-year cycle is now beating faster. Its repetition rate was at its last appearance only 800 years in length.
This shrinking cycle time may have saved us in the 1700s from the Little Ice Age becoming the Big Ice Age.