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Finally, we’re in a period of low solar activity that no one living has ever witnessed. In fact, we’re experiencing the quietest sun in over 100 years and may be well on our way to the next Little Ice Age or even a full-blown ice age.
Here is a page
showing the historic tracking of days without sunspots. The chart that really tells it all is “Periods with spotless days since 1849”. As of the creation of this article, we’re in the top 3 with 55 spotless days, and no signs of activity returning. Why is this important? It is important because the lack of sunspots indicates a “weaker” sun, which is putting out less energy. For our purposes it means less radiation for warmth on earth, and significant periods without sunspots in the past were directly tied to much colder periods, including the Little Ice Age
, a time which featured at least 3 distinct stretches of a quiet sun. We’re on pace to match those quiet periods, or even set new records for a weaker sun and that may well mean brutal winters, reduced agricultural output, increases in illness and disease, and a much larger demand for energy for heating, especially in the northern hemisphere.
Source Link: examiner.com