Transcript  list for the video Grand Solar Minimum becomes the Ice Age - part 1 by Rolf Witzsche - Ice Age Ahead (iaa)

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Grand Solar Minimum becomes the Ice Age - part 1

 

 

- 1 - The Sun emits not only light and heat
- 2 - Cosmic rays are not rays of energy
- 3 - Galactic 'cosmic rays' are attenuated
- 4 - NASA spacecraft Voyager-1
- 5 - The Sun as the big factor for the large changes
- 6 - Cosmic-ray particles are 100,000 times smaller
- 7 - The interaction of cosmic rays
- 8 - Before all this was recognized
- 9 - It began with the invention of the telescope
- 10 - The number and the size of the spots were recorded
- 11 - Measurable proxy for historic solar activity
- 12 - The miracle proxy for solar activity
- 13 - When one of the fast protons manage to collide
- 14 - The Beryllium-10 atom
- 15 - The Beryllium values are presented inverted
- 16 - When the Sun is highly active
- 17 - By utilizing this principle
- 18 - Another isotope is Carbon-14
- 19 - The Carbon-14 isotope measurements
- 20 - In contrast, Beryllium-10
- 21 - Beryllium-10 back 140,000 years
- 22 - Beryllium rates plotted reveals a few surprising details
- 23 - The big cold spell 4700 years ago
- 24 - Spike in Beryllium 5000 years before the present
- 25 - Greenland ice core at 4770 years before the present
- 26 - The coincidence of the Beryllium spike
- 27 - Colder climate is the result of a weaker Sun
- 28 - Cosmic-ray flux ionizes water vapor
- 29 - The start of the current interglacial
- 30 - Spikes between 11,000 and 15,000 years be fore the presen
- 31 - The first startup, 15,000 years ago failed
- 32 - The two-step process to get the Sun ramped
- 33 - In the mechanistic universe
- 34 - The two spikes in the Beryllium record
- 35 - The recovery of the Sun 130,000 years ago
- 36 - The Beryllium spike 130,000 years ago
- 37 - When the solar awakening is complete
- 38 - When the interglacial period ends
- 39 - The cultural effect of cosmic-ray flux
- 40 - High Beryllium level during the glaciation period
- 41 - During interglacial times
- 42 - Beryllium level during the glaciation period
- 43 - The Beryllium spike 4700 years ago, is important
- 44 - The deep-cold period around 4700 years ago
- 45 - A minuscule trail of induced electric currents
- 46 - All the great cultural achievements
- 47 - A similar high-level cosmic-ray background

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