Climate and Agricultural Trouble Dead Ahead

As expected, we have increased volcanic activity during every grand solar minimum. As a result, we now have a series of massive eruptions putting enormous amounts of sulfur dioxide into the stratosphere. In addition, the pacific ocean eruption from last year set a tremendous amount of water vapor beyond the stratosphere, all blocking sunlight and adding to the rate of global cooling and agricultural disruption that will affect us as early as this year.

Because the upper atmosphere light and heat-blocking volcanic materials are not evenly distributed, we see on the ground hot to cold, extreme effects. For instance, on May 3rd, we read that up to a foot of snow is expected to fall in parts of Southern California less than a week after the region experienced record-high temperatures. On the same day, we saw a blizzard hit the upper part of Michigan, yielding 4 feet of snow.

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