The Earth Is Being Cooked From Above By Our Erratic Sun And From Below By Seismic Activity In The Oceans


by Michael Snyder, End Of The American Dream:

There is a rational explanation for the crazy things that we are witnessing.  Over the past few years, weather patterns have gone completely nuts all over the globe, and the mainstream media insists that they can explain exactly why this is happening.  But the truth is that they can’t.  When you take a close look at the models they are using, you quickly discover that they are fundamentally flawed.  Throughout human history, the climate has always been changing, and human activity has had very, very little to do with it.  In recent years, we have seen record-setting cold, unprecedented flooding and horrific droughts.  Right now we are witnessing tremendous heat, and that is because we are being cooked from above by our erratic Sun and we are being cooked from below by seismic activity in the oceans.  Hopefully by the time you are done reading this article you will understand what I am talking about.


Earlier this week, news outlets all over the globe breathlessly reported that we had just experienced the hottest day ever recorded

The hottest day ever on Earth since records began happened on July 3, 2023. The average global temperature reached 62.62 degrees Fahrenheit.

The average global air temperature was recorded two meters above the Earth’s surface with the data compiled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the University of Maine.

And then we were told that Tuesday and Wednesday were even hotter

Earth’s average temperature remained at a record high Wednesday after two days in which the planet reached unofficial records. It’s the latest marker in a series of climate-change-driven extremes.

The average global temperature was 62.9 degrees, according to the University of Maine’s Climate Reanalyzer, a tool that uses satellite data and computer simulations to measure the world’s condition. That matched a record set Tuesday and came after a previous record of 62.6 degrees was set Monday.

Here in the United States, we are seeing some absolutely crazy high temperatures.

For example, we are being told that high temperatures in Phoenix will be above 115 degrees “all of next week”

The temperature hit 108 on Wednesday afternoon in Phoenix, and it might be the lowest high for at least the next week. An excessive heat warning that initially was set to expire Wednesday night was extended to Friday night and could go longer, with temperatures expected to rise higher than 115 all of next week.

Meanwhile, we are seeing tremendous heat waves in our oceans

Roughly 40% of the world’s oceans are experiencing marine heat waves, the most since satellite tracking started in 1991, according to the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration.

By September, that number is projected to climb to 50%, a number that is “kind of scary,” said Dillon Amaya, a research scientist with NOAA’s Physical Sciences Laboratory.

This is definitely something that should alarm us.

As I discussed last month, there are some areas of the Atlantic Ocean where water temperatures have actually been nine degrees warmer than normal.

That is serious.

So why is all of this happening?

All throughout human history, sunspot activity has had a tremendous impact on global temperatures.

When sunspot activity is very low, global temperatures tend to be lower.

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