Transcript for scene 53 of the video " Ice Age 2050s: Certainty 1" by Rolf Witzsche  

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The type of event that is big enough

The type of event that is big enough to cause the immense fluctuations, which nothing less could cause than the Sun going inactive, is totally possible for a Sun that is electrically powered, which it obviously is. 

I have explored the factor of the electric Sun in a previous video. We have plenty of evidence on hand that the Sun is electrically powered, powered by plasma fusion occurring on its surface. We also have hard evidence on hand that a transition is in progress, towards the Sun going inactive in roughly 30 years.

And again this evidence takes us back to 1990 when the big ice core drilling was started. For the focus on the Sun itself, an exploration satellite had been launched in 1990 that had observed the Sun outside the 'fog' in the solar system's ecliptic.


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