One piece of news that went unnoticed at the time is beginning to take hold again is that the number of natural disasters that have taken place on the planet in recent years could generate an environmental disruption, leading to an even greater natural disaster. We all know what the Ice Age is all about; a glacial wave that would reduce the temperature of the planet in such a way that the seas would freeze, drastically reducing the planetary population.
Well, in 2016, NASA scientists showed images of the Sun where the sunspots had disappeared, showing historical magnetic inactivity, which could mean that a new Ice Age could arise in 2019.
A new Ice Age could scourge the planet.
The only precedent similar to the one that occurred two years ago was in 1645, when it was known as the Maunder Minimum. During that time the Thames River and its 345 kilometres of length froze in London and a terrible famine was generated by the terrible harvest.
This period coincided with the “little ice age” that shook the world from the 15th to the 17th century. According to the data collected, the harshest winters in all of humanity took place in those times, causing many deaths from disease and famine.
It should be noted that the magnetic activity of the time was recreated by NASA and was much higher than that of the Sun in recent years.
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The temperature is dropping dramatically on the ground.
It is well known that the temperature of the planet has dropped relatively little, but steadily over the last century. But the winters of these years have started earlier than they should have in some countries and much more strongly than in previous years. Even tropical countries have shown unprecedented frosts.
This could be related to the low magnetic activity at the core of our star, which could increase in 2019 and 2020, according to meteorological experts and astronomers.
Paul Dorian, a meteorological expert at Vencore Weather, said that during 2011 and 2016, the sun was completely blank, without radiating visible magnetic energy, something that could trigger a glacial era.