Welcome to Surviving the Grand Solar Minimum Blog

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It’s been some time and a lot of problems setting up this blog again, but I am here and ready to Blog my ears off. Actually, my ears are quite big so watch out.

I guess you have noticed if you visit places like CNN and the mainstream media that the world is burning up? While the North West burns and runs out of water, it’s been rather cool here in Central Texas for a July. It looks like the average temperature for the next 10 days here will be around 88 degrees F, which is cool for July. Ya really cool.

To remind all my blog viewers of the essential parts of a Grand Solar Minimum and what I think is a Super one, here they are:

The following is a list of possible environmental and social problems:

  • Bitter Cold
  • Extremely Hot
  • Biblical 1000 Year Floods
  • Huge amount of Snow and Ice in some locations
  • Droughts
  • High Winds
  • Very Large Hail
  • Huge to almost Complete Crop Losses
  • Starvation
  • Disease
  • Loss of life
  • Social Upheaval
  • Human Migrations
  • Fall of Governments
  • War
  • Electromagnetic Displays
  • Hot Dangerous Lightning
  • Increased Large Earthquakes
  • VEI3 to VEI7 or greater Volcanic Eruptions
  • Atmospheric Compression
  • High Cosmic Ray Environment

This week, swathes of Canada could see four seasons in seven days. MétéoMédia predicts temperatures of 35C in some areas of Quebec, with SNOW in others.

Wonderful Global warming goodness for sure! OK, that’s it, but you can count on much more as all of us experience the non-stop acceleration of the Grand Solar Minimum which may be a Super one.

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