What good will solar panels and wind farms be?

Includes a  video showing how the ice sheets built up on Baffin Island and then descended far into the United States.
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What good will solar panels and wind farms be?

By tomOmason

Given all this worry and angst about “Affordable Clean Energy” (ACE)” and whether or not you can afford a health plan, consider that if the sun’s output stays low then we’re back to 1960s or 1977 winter weather. If (some) astrophysicists, solar science researchers, and meteorologists are correct with their calculations, then in less than 5 years we’ll all relive this kind of winter weather.

Here’s a video showcasing Leonard Nimoy (Spock), who presents an ice-age scenario.

This scenario is at least as reasonable and likely (IMO more reasonable and likely) than the idea that a rare atmospheric gas called CO2 is overheating the planet, but no one in power will talk about it.

When it comes to pass (when, not if ), what good will solar panels and windfarms be then?

How will your health withstand such weather and the shortages of vital resources?

By all accounts very few (if any) governments are preparing for such an eventuality.

Are you prepared?

Beginning at about 4:35 in, the above video shows how the ice sheets built up on Baffin Island and then descended far into the United States. I (Robert) don’t agree with all of that scenario because much of Alaska was not covered by ice during the last glacial advance. However, the ice-extent into the rest of the United States looks essentially correct. 

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September 6, 2018 at 02:59PM

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