A new ice age incoming? Maybe!
Have you ever wondered what it would happen if the Sun had to go off to the sudden one? Of certain, the scenery would be of the most apocalyptic: besides the absence of light, energy and life, on the Earth it would be very cold, with near temperatures to the point of congelation. Well, if it is true that the evolutionary cycle of the mother star of the solar system should finish among around five million years, some released images a few weeks ago in the Nasa you/they have put in alarm some scientists, as he/she writes ‘DailyStar’, frightened by the arrival of a new it was glacial. In simple world: a new ice age is incoming!
The photos of the Nasa show the disappearance of the sunspots from the surface of the Sun, when normally it is full of it. But for the fourth time this year, the face of the star appears smooth: this for the experts could mean that the planet is entering a very cold phase. According to SpaceWeather, the activity of the sunspots is as a pendulum, it oscillates before and back inside a period of 11 or 12 years. But the experts say that the activity solar coop decreasing more quickly in comparison to any other moment during the last 10k years and that the least point could be reached in 2019, with the advent of a miniskirt it was glacial. A new ice age then is incoming?
Less sunspots = new ice age incoming?
The last time that the sunspots disappeared to a rhythm so sustained has been during the 15th century, known phase as least of Maunder, a period characterized by a very scarce solar activity, during which the number of sunspots became extremely low. The least one of Maunder coincided with the central and colder part of the so-called small it was glacial, during which Europe and the North America they suffered extremely cold winters.
The English meteorologist Paul Dorian has warned that the strong decrease of the solar activity could be the signal of the arrival of another and new ice age:
“If the history teaches something – Dorian has said – it is correct to affirm that the weak solar activity for a period prolonged of time can have an impact on the cooling on the global temperatures in the troposphere, that is the layer of the terrestrial atmosphere where all of us live.”
Also a search of Valentina Zharkov of the Northumbria University has suggested that a similar wave of cold could strike the Earth between 2020 and the 2050.
“I am absolutely confident in our search – you/he/she has affirmed – it has good mathematical background and reliable data. In reality, our results can be gotten from any researcher and similar data are available in many solar observatories.”