the cold blob

Temperatures are tumbling, snowpack is building, ocean currents are stalling,
volcanoes are stirring, magnetic poles are shifting, and the Sun is entering a multidecadal slumber — welcome, all, to the next true climate catastrophe: prepare.


The tail end of winter is hitting Atlantic Canada hard this week, particularly the province of Newfoundland which on Tuesday reported heavy snow, howling winds and blizzard conditions, according to

Conditions quickly began to deteriorate Monday night, and by Wednesday the snowstorm had delivered 30+cm (12 inches) to some parts. Heavy snow and wind chills of -20C (-4F) are persisting in northern sections and across Labrador where 20+cm (8 inches) of extra pow-pow is forecast before the close of Thursday, March 4.


Thousands of power outages were reported across Maine as blowing winds and whiteouts impacted the state:

NWS meteorologist James Sinko measured a whopping 28 inches(71 cm) of snow in Caribou on Tuesday morning:

Heavy winds and snow also led to "whiteout conditions in New York, Vermont and beyond," reports


Stalling ocean currents are the main Ice Age trigger — even the mainstream is now onboard with this fact; although, frustratingly, they continue to blame man's CO2 emissions: the next glacial cycle is all your fault!

The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), which today drives the Gulf Stream, brings warm surface waters north and sends cold, deeper waters south. Today's scientists fear that part of the Gulf Stream is weakening, that these powerful currents are stalling due to a "cold blob" parked just south of Greenland.

"We're all wishing it's not true," one paleoceanographer said. "Because if that happens, it's just a monstrous change."

A suddenly and drastically weakening AMOC, almost to the point of stopping, is thought to have been responsible for abrupt climatic shifts of the past — in a matter of decades, a stalling AMOC leads to plummeting temperatures across the northern hemisphere as the currents ship less and less warmth in that direction.

Here's the New York Times' take-cramming in AGW wherever possible:

But whatever the mechanism -and it sure as sugar beets ain't man-made global warming- the mainstream is now telling you to prepare for cold. After 4+ decades of bracing us all for a future of fire and brimstone and endlessly rising global temps, the MSM is now admitting that Earth has the polar opposite in store-that a serious and prolonged extreme freeze is on the horizon.

My advice: migrate south, particularly those of you residing in northern/central Europe (above the 45th parallel) — and I know, the powers that be are currently preventing you from doing this, travel is all-but banned across Europe; however, there should be a brief lifting of these restrictions by the summer — take advantage of this, and get your plans together.

Temperatures are tumbling:

According to the Satellites, Earth has Cooled Rapidly during the past 2 Months

Snowpack is building, volcanoes are stirring:

Northern Hemisphere snow mass 2021
N. Hemisphere Snow Mass jumps to 700 Gigatons above 1982-2012 average + Arctic Sea Ice sees Exponential Gains + Iceland Volcanoes Stir

Ocean currents are stalling:

The Arctic's "Ticking Climate Bomb": Little Ice Age Imminent

Magnetic poles are shifting:

Magnetic Pole Shift + Low Solar Activity: "A Global Environmental Crisis" has begun

The Sun is entering a multidecadal slumber:

Solar Activity just reached a new Space Age Low

Welcome, all, to the next true climate catastropheI'm off to transplant 60 young sugar beet plugs (I need off-grid sugar!) — how are you preparing...?

The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activity, cloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among other forcings).

Both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with NOAA saying we're entering a 'full-blown' Grand Solar Minimum in the late-2020s, and NASA seeing this upcoming solar cycle (25) as "the weakest of the past 200 years", with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Furthermore, we can't ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.

NASA solar cycle 25
400 years sunspot observations
Prepare accordinglylearn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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