Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell by John L. Casey

By John L. Casey

Climate switch has been a complicated challenge for years. In Dark Winter, writer John L. Casey, a former White condominium nationwide area coverage consultant, NASA headquarters advisor, and area go back and forth engineer tells the reality approximately ominous adjustments occurring within the weather and the Sun.

Casey’s study into the Sun’s task, which started virtually a decade in the past, ended in discovery of a sun cycle that's now reversing from its worldwide warming section to that of harmful international cooling for the following thirty years or extra. This new chilly weather will dramatically effect the world’s electorate. In Dark Winter, he offers proof of the following:

• the top of worldwide warming
• the start of a “solar hibernation,” a historical relief within the strength output of the Sun
• A long term drop in Earth’s temperatures
• the beginning of the subsequent weather swap to a long time of dangerously chilly weather
• The excessive chance of checklist earthquakes and volcanic eruptions

A sobering examine Earth’s destiny, Dark Winter predicts around the globe, crop- destroying chilly; nutrients shortages and riots within the usa and in another country; major international demise; and social, political, and financial upheaval.

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