With 97% accuracy, a Russian scientist is able to predict the earth is entering into an ICE AGE.
Solar cycles have been known in the scientific community for quite a while, but recently Valentina Zharkova from Northumbria University studied dynamo effects in two layers of the sun and concluded that the magnetic activity would decline by 60% sometime after 2020 and before 2050.
The last time this happened was between 1645 to 1715 in what is known as the Maunder Munimum, but is more commonly referred to as the Little Ice Age (the one before Hillary Clinton chillingly came into power).
The Bible referred to a time “When the morning stars sang together,” suggesting the idea that stars are almost alive, which corroborates with what Mr. Zharkova said when he described “The Sun’s ’11-year heartbeat’ – the period it takes for magnetic activity to fluctuate,” according to a Express.Co.Uk article.
Other people are noticing some oddities about the sun, most notably how its sunspots have disappeared. Apparently, a sun can change its spots, unlike a leopard.
The fact that the sunspots have vanished is leading some in the scientific community to believe that we are about to enter into an ice age.
One such empirical watchman is Paul Dorian, who issued this dire warning: “The blank sun is a sign that the next solar minimum is approaching and there will be an increasing number of spotless days over the next few years.”
Mr. Dorian continued, “At first, the blankness will stretch for just a few days at a time, then it’ll continue for weeks at a time, and finally it should last for months at a time when the sunspot cycle reaches its nadir. The next solar minimum phase is expected to take place around 2019 or 2020.”