Expect the solar minimum to flatline in 2022 at zero; longest on record. We may be moving into a Grand Minimum (Maunder Minimum), which last corresponded to the Little Ice Age. — Bob Zimmerman

Jan 11, 06:56 AM

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Robert Zimmerman, BehindtheBlack.com, & author of Genesis; in re: Yellow-white dwarf: our Sun. NOAA graph. 2009 prediction of the solar community: expect the solar minimum to flatline in 2022 at zero. The longest on record. We may be moving into a Grand Minimum (Maunder Minimum), which corresponded to the Little Ice Age.