Global cooling and poles

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Valentina_Zharkova/publication/266799418_Prediction_of_Solar_Activity_from_Solar_Background_Magnetic_Field_Variations_in_Cycles_21-23/links/559fbc8c08ae3dbcbe86d891/Prediction-of-Solar-Activity-from-Solar-Background-Magnetic-Field-Variations-in-Cycles-21-23.pdf?origin=publication_detail

People moving from warm countries to cold ones will freeze to death or move home.

Bolded abstract for the lazy:

Prediction of Solar Activity from Solar Background Magnetic Field Variations in Cycles 21-23

A comprehensive spectral analysis of both the solar background magnetic field (SBMF) in cycles 21–23 and the sunspot magnetic field in cycle 23 reported in our recent paper showed the presence of two principal components (PCs) of SBMF having opposite polarity, e.g., originating in the northern and southern hemispheres, respectively. Over a duration of one solar cycle, both waves are found to travel with an increasing phase shift toward the northern hemisphere in odd cycles 21 and 23 and to the southern hemisphere in even cycle 22. These waves were linked to solar dynamo waves assumed to form in different layers of the solar interior. In this paper, for the first time, the PCs of SBMF in cycles 21–23 are analyzed with the symbolic regression technique using Hamiltonian principles, allowing us to uncover the underlying mathematical laws governing these complex waves in the SBMF presented by PCs and to extrapolate these PCs to cycles 24–26. The PCs predicted for cycle 24 very closely fit (with an accuracy better than 98%) the PCs derived from the SBMF observations in this cycle. This approach also predicts a strong reduction of the SBMF in cycles 25 and 26 and, thus, a reduction of the resulting solar activity. This decrease is accompanied by an increasing phase shift between the two predicted PCs (magnetic waves) in cycle 25 leading to their full separation into the opposite hemispheres in cycle 26. The variations of the modulus summary of the two PCs in SBMF reveals a remarkable resemblance to the average number of sunspots in cycles 21–24 and to predictions of reduced sunspot numbers compared to cycle 24: 80% in cycle 25 and 40% in cycle 26.

trans. the Sun is taking a chill pill and expect bad harvests.

Turns out when you look at the Sun, Earth’s surface temperature is predictive!

New readers who don’t know I read physics papers:

Me:

🙂

Had to.

From the conclusion:

We can conclude with a sufficient degree of confidence
that the solar activity in cycles 24–26 will be systematically
decreasing because of the increasing phase shift between the
two magnetic waves of the poloidal field leading to their full
separation into opposite hemispheres in cycles 25 and 26. This
separation is expected to result in the lack of their subsequent
interaction in any of the hemispheres, possibly leading to a lack
of noticeable sunspot activity on the solar surface lasting for a
decade or two, similar to those recorded in the medieval period.

The Mini Ice Age? Famine? Specify.

Video: Earth’s magnetic field

This is kinda more important than whatever is going on on the internet.

I don’t think strip-mining the magnetic ore in the earth really helps.

As the planet is approaching solar minimum, the global cooling (look at the reduction in sunspots and numerous crop failures, set to increase) mean that currently inhospitable dry lands might grow food.

This is why China is buying useless hot land in Africa.

Cooling causes Empire die-offs. The planet’s population will drop suddenly, over a few cycle epidemics. My money is on mutated flu. No medicine could stop it. Fruit is going to get more expensive, why do you think there’s an effort to grow it indoors under fake lights? Why do that experiment in a world that’s warming?

A lot of electronic malfunctions will mean this Victorian/Industrial wealth is fast coming to an end, since the fossil fuel problem is mitigated by technology.

There will be a standard living “crunch”, for everyone, it’s inevitable.

Subsistence living will make a comeback this century.