Sun observed sluggish, the ice age could again addressed the Earth

 Snowstorm. © Reuters / Mohamed Alhwaity

For the second time in June, observed solar activity was minimal. In fact, scientists say this is the happiest moments 'silence' the sun over the last 100 years.

Based on the observation Vencore Weather, barely visible black spots on the sun's surface from the 4-8 June. The absence of black spots means that the sun was at its lowest point of activity.

Illustration of the sun with no dark spots in 2016 NASA

Keep in mind, when there are many black spots, the sun can unleash a storm throughout the solar system. This will make the Earth hotter because of the increasing amount of solar radiation that is released.

Low solar activity have brought about a decline in world temperatures are quite extreme. Never around the year 1645 - 1715, when very few sunspots, the river Thames in London reported total freeze.

Laintas scientists predict extreme weather when it could again struck the Earth in the year 2020 to 2030. At that time there will be two opposing solar cycle, sunspots make disappear. Therefore, the little ice age predicted would hit the Earth at that time.
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