Sun’s irregular heartbeat could mean a coming deep freeze

I don’t mind when liberals blather on and on about global warming. We’ve been hearing it for so long that I guess I’ve gotten used to it. Of course, 99 percent of the people who talk about it have no idea what they’re saying. They’re only repeating what they hear other liberals say about it. Because it fits their agenda, they love to jump onboard.

What does bother me, however, is when they insist that global warming is being caused by the coal industry, and then get laws passed that end up costing people jobs, destroying businesses and decimating entire communities. I’m also not too crazy about how they use faulty computer models to make long-term decisions about the weather that cost taxpayers millions of dollars.

And finally, I get really ticked off when the mainstream (i.e., liberal) media refuse to report news stories that go against what they claim. Such as the fact that there is more ice now in the Antarctic region than there was back in the 1970s. That’s something they don’t want you to know about.

Recently I saw something that could result in liberals finally shutting their mouths about global warming. Some scientists have made a discovery about the sun’s “solar heartbeat” that they say could result in the Earth’s Northern Hemisphere experiencing a deep freeze in about 15 years. The sun’s heartbeat produces energy that causes sunspots and solar flares.

Their model, which showed a 97 percent level of accuracy according to a university mathematics professor, predicts that solar activity will fall by about 60 percent during the 2030s. Interestingly, the study was reported by the left-leaning CNN.

What do you think about global warming? Do you think it’s a proven fact that should force us all to change our behavior and result in the shutting down of coal-powered plants? Or do you think it’s blown out of proportion by liberals trying to push their agenda? I’d love to hear from you about this important topic.


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