6.1: GSM Grand Solar Minimum: An Overview of What To Expect
6.2: Learning From History: 1816 The Year Without A Summer, Eighteen Hundred and Froze To Death, and Grand Solar Minimum GSM
6.3: Why does solar activity matter to us?
6.4: Effects of Geomagnetic Activity Upon Human Health
6.5: CIA studied how geomagnetic storms impact psychic phenomena
6.6: Grand Solar Minimum Preparedness
As we move into the second year of a projected 50 of the latest Grand Solar Minimum, we will need to preempt solutions to food, power, and logistical issues that will arise in order to avoid the pitfalls of the Dalton minimum.
We must learn from history or be doomed to repeat it.
The last trough was the summer of 1816, which was nicknamed “the summer that never was,” “the poverty year,” and “eighteen hundred and froze to death.”
In the year prior, cosmic rays increased as the temperatures plummeted around the world due to the Dalton Minimum, causing Mt. Tambora in Indonesia to erupt and cover the sky in ash globally.
There were devastating crop failures, killing livestock and creating massive food shortages.
On the other side of the globe in New England, six inches of snow fell in June, and every month of that year had a hard frost.
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