Armstrong Economics Blog/Nature
RE-Posted Aug 6, 2017 by Martin Armstrong
They are calling this in the Year without an Arctic Summer. The Greenland Ice Sheetis gaining near record amounts of ice this year. Very little melting has occurred this summer, which is about to start coming to an end. Europe has been unusually cool once again after last year ice wiped out crops all the way down into Spain creating shortages of vegetables. With the sun activity declining and the North Pole reversing direction in 2000 heading toward Europe rather than Canada, things are not exactly supporting the Global Warming crowd. Since 1860, the magnetic pole shift has more than doubled every 50 years. That is rather significant. In geological terms, this is extremely rapid and could be the prelude to a pole shift nobody understands.
Still, during the past 150 years, the pole shift has been in the same direction…
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