The “crazy conspiracy theorists” are being proved right, again. But it was never crazy conspiracies that were being theorized. The outspoken few were merely “applying logic” — a skill the impaired herds were educated out of a long time ago, as children, in the indoctrination stations known as schools.

The world is corrupt — most people are all too happy to agree with this statement.

We are being lied to at every corner of life — yet most people struggle with this one.


Monthly Low Temperature Records Tumble in Vanuatu

Following on the heels of New Zealand’s all-time cold, record lows are now sweeping the Y-shaped South Pacific Ocean archipelago of VANUATU–which consists of roughly 83 volcanic islands and stretches approx. 1,300 kilometres.

On May 27, the mercury sank to 14.3C (57F) at Pekoa Airport, located on Espiritu Santo Island

On May 28, a low of 12.5C (54.5F) was registered at the Port Vila Airport, situated on Efate Island.

Both readings are new record lows for the month of May.



Back in July of 2018, Ambae island (Vanuatu) faced a mandatory evacuation due to its erupting volcano.

“I want to leave, but I don’t know where I’m going to live,” said one islander at the time.

Dramatic pictures taken from Ambae showed the volcanic plume blocking out the Sun.

The aftermath showed the island coated in a think layer of ash:

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Ambae’s volcanic awakening –just like its cooling– can be attributed to changes in the Sun.

More specifically, to the recent drop-off in solar activity, and the increase in Galactic Cosmic Rays, which, in the case of this witnessed seismic and volcanic uptick, lead to the excitement of muons in the subsurface.

Late-Season Snow and Unprecedented Cold Sweep Toronto, Canada

May 28 was a historic ‘double-whammy’ of a day in Toronto, Canada.

First off, the day entered the weather books as the city’s coldest May 28 ever recorded, according to Environment Canada warning preparedness meteorologist Peter Kimbell.

The daytime high had only reached a frigid 4C (39.2F) by Friday afternoon.

For the next coldest May 28 you have to turn all the way back in 1889, according to books for downtown Toronto dating back to 1840. In other words, it’s been 130 years since Torontonians have suffered a May 28 this cold.

Even more astonishingly, just a few days ago Toronto hit a high of 33C (91.4F) — this serves as yet another powerful example of the ‘swings between extremes’ suffered during times of low solar activity:


Secondly, Friday also delivered rare, late-May snowfall to the city. 

This is Toronto’s second latest snow on record after June 4, 1945 (solar minimum of cycle 17).

“It’s a bit of a shock to see flurries and white snowflakes when it’s supposed to be a normal high of 22C (71.6F),” said Kimbell.



Surprising Arctic Sea Ice Thickness is Good News for Polar Bears

Zoologist Susan Crockford has called late-May’s distribution of thick Arctic sea ice (3.5-5m/11.5-16.4 ft – or more) “surprising,” particularly given the WMO’s suggestion that we may be only five years to avert a “dangerous tipping point” in global temperatures.

There is the usual and expected band of thick ice in the Arctic Ocean across northern Greenland and Canada’s most northern islands, writes Crockford on her website polarbearscience.com, but there are also unexpected patches in the peripheral seas (especially north of Svalbard, southeast Greenland, Foxe Basin, Hudson Strait, Chukchi Sea, Laptev Sea),

This is plenty of sea ice for polar bear hunting.

That thick ice will provide summer habitat for bears that choose to stay on the ice during the low-ice season.

Arctic Sea Ice Thickness (May 25, 2021)


According to Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) data, there is far more ice north of Svalbard this year than there was last year–when thick ice caused the Arctic research vessel Polarstern debacle.

Arctic Sea Ice Thickness (May 25, 2020)


Also, the thick ice off Greenland this year is hardly surprising, given the current record-breaking accumulations of snow and ice across the island:

[DMI]


Thick ice in Foxe Basin (west of Baffin Island) at this time of year is to be expected, continues Crockford, but in Hudson Strait north of Quebec, not so much:



And finally, with regards to that “dangerous” tipping point mentioned above: the WMO recently stated there is a 40% chance the global temperature will rise 1.5C above pre-industrial levels in one year by 2026; however, the organization lists a host of specific stipulations, conditions, and limitations to their prediction, all listed in a BBC report.

And anyhow, that 1.5C level has always been a fantasy number, one plucked out of thin air by some corrupted propagandist that happens to have a PhD after their name.

Our planet is cooling.

Every key dataset reveals this.

And the establishment will soon report on this fact.

But remember, this is 1984 — there will be no retractions, no apology for the past 4-decades of scandalous fear-mongering. No, sit back and watch in befuddlement as all previous talk of ‘catastrophic global warming’ is simply abandoned, erased from consciousness, never to be spoken of again.

Wait for the MSM’s next 180 flip.


The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING, in line with the great conjunctionhistorically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among other forcings).

Both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with NOAA saying we’re entering a ‘full-blown’ Grand Solar Minimum in the late-2020s, and NASA seeing this upcoming solar cycle (25) as “the weakest of the past 200 years”, with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Furthermore, we can’t ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.


Prepare accordingly— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

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