NOAA-NASA -Never one word about why their previous predictions failed completely

Not a word about the fact that a few years ago NASA did not predict that solar cycle 24 would be very weak.
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NOAA-NASA -Never one word about why their previous predictions failed completely

Argiris Diamantis

Piers Corbyn is an outstanding good and wise man. He predicts a new Maunder minimum. NOAA and NASA don’t agree. Time will tell who is right.

“The panel has high confidence that Solar Cycle 25 will break the trend of weakening solar activity seen over the past four cycles. “We predict the decline in solar cycle amplitude, seen from cycles 21 through 24, has come to an end,” said Lisa Upton, Ph.D., panel co-chair and solar physicist with Space Systems Research Corp. “There is no indication we are approaching a Maunder-type minimum in solar activity.”

NOAA and NASA do not bother to even mention that both professor Valentina Zharkova and Piers Corbyn predicted a new Maunder-type minimum, a significant decrease in solar activity.
Not a word about the fact that a few years ago NASA did not predict that solar cycle 24 would be very weak. These NOAA-NASA predictions are similar to the Al Gore prediction of an ice-free Arctic Ocean and the David Viner prediction that snowfalls would be a thing of the past. Each time new predictions and afterwards never one word about why these predictions failed completely.

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September 18, 2020 at 04:57PM

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