Solar Hibernation Has Started To Show Itself
Have you heard about the volcanoes erupting recently? These have been predicted as part of what is going to happen around the world as the sun hibernates during this Grand Solar Minimum.  This is just the beginning. Have you noticed how much more cloudy and rainy it has been lately? This is another part of what is predicted to happen during this solar hibernation along with more earthquakes.  It is going to get colder and wetter until 2034 when it reaches the coldest point and then start to slowly warm back up. Wetter winters means more snow and ice with 10 feet of snow a year or about 18 inches a month. Wetter weather also causes problems with growing food. We are already a couple of weeks later than normal in getting crops planted this year and its going to get worse. When more clouds form, more of the sun's heat radiation is reflected out into space that makes it even colder. Also when volcanoes erupt and expel ash particles that encircle the Earth, they reflect the heat back out into space. As the Earth gets colder, more food crops fail so the growing areas move further south until they are located near the equator. In South America there is very little land near the equator that is available for growing food. Africa is the only continent with a lot of land near the equator and it has problems that are not easily solved. With all of this, the production of food will become less and less as we get closer to 2034 when there will only be enough to feed about half the population. As food becomes more scarce, the price will skyrocket to the point that only the wealthy and politically connected will be able to get it. That is why I am sure we all need to be able to grow our food indoors using aquaponics with LED grow lights. That will require us to have a constant supply of electricity. When the power goes down, it usually happens at the worst time when we are dependent upon electricity to heat our living areas and cook our food in winter.  No matter what fuel we are using, if the system uses fans, blowers or pumps it requires electricity. Portable emergency generators are not cheap, don't provide a large amount of power and if not used correctly, are very dangerous. So what is the solution that will provide what we need, safely at a reasonable price without constant problems. I don't have enough room left in this article to go into the process of solving this problem and the details of the solution so I will do it on my blog that is open to everybody.  For our new readers it is . Please go to the blog, learn about the Grand Solar Minimum, look at my solutions, get involved, help this old man out and spread the word to all your friends and relatives and get them to do the same.
Joe Maxwell
Burnsville, NC


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