Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell

Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell

by John L. Casey


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Climate change has been a perplexing problem for years. In Dark Winter, author John L. Casey, a former White House national space policy advisor, NASA headquarters consultant, and space shuttle engineer tells the truth about ominous changes taking place in the climate and the Sun.

Casey’s research into the Sun’s activity, which began almost a decade ago, resulted in discovery of a solar cycle that is now reversing from its global warming phase to that of dangerous global cooling for the next thirty years or more. This new cold climate will dramatically impact the world’s citizens. In Dark Winter, he provides evidence of the following:

• The end of global warming
• The beginning of a “solar hibernation,” a historic reduction in the energy output of the Sun
• A long-term drop in Earth’s temperatures
• The start of the next climate change to decades of dangerously cold weather
• The high probability of record earthquakes and volcanic eruptions

A sobering look at Earth’s future, Dark Winter predicts worldwide, crop- destroying cold; food shortages and riots in the United States and abroad; significant global loss of life; and social, political, and economic upheaval.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781630060350
Publisher: Humanix Books
Publication date: 08/19/2014
Pages: 190
Sales rank: 98,944
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

John L. Casey: John L. Casey (Orlando, FL) has served his country, science, and high technology industries for over thirty-five years. He has been a national space policy advisor to the White House and Congress, a space shuttle engineer, consultant to NASA Headquarters, and consultant to or president of several leading edge technology start-ups. He
is currently the President of the Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC) a leading, independent, research organization in Orlando, Florida, USA. The SSRC specializes in the science and planning for the next climate change to decades of cold weather including its predicted concurrent ill effects of record earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. The SSRC is the primary USA advocate for national and global preparedness for this next cold climate era.

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Dark Winter: How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This proves in print, that which I have been experiencing in my real life. It is getting colder, earlier each year, and this has been happening in the southeast USA since 1981. Top notch data, factual, no hyperbole, real science, not "computer models".
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not much science to back up the theory but the author admits his expertise is in recognizing patterns and not science.  Very repetitive at times to the point of being redundant but good information.  All in all an easy read with a sound theory.  I just wish that the science of the theory  could have been explored more especially on how/why sunspots coincide with violent weather and natural disaster.  Essential information in this book everyone should be aware of.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mr. Casey has done exhausted research on the sun's cycles of heat generating. I thought it was very compelling and like it or not, I believe we will be having colder winters for the next 30 years.
Kuhlone More than 1 year ago
This book is an unbiased, scientific presentation of data and observations that provide a plausible explanation of the factors affecting climate change. It is written without using the political nature of the climate change issue by someone who is trying to alert the world to a new age we have just entered that will be marked by an extended period of global cooling, weather extremes, volcanic and earthquake activity that directly relatable to the current period of solar inactivity that has already begun. A new Relational Cycle theory is presented that predicts historical and current climate changes with far greater correlation than computer models based on greenhouse gas emissions. It will change the thinking of those objective enough to consider alternative explanations on climate changes. I highly recommend it to all readers.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was easy for a lay person to read and contains the "meat" of the concept within the first 4 chapters. It is well researched and contains all sorts of corroboration from experts in the field. It made me realize that while we are worrying about global warming (now called climate change), we are ignoring the signs that we are entering a time that will be much colder and will have very serious effects on life, property, and commerce. Also, it explains that we humans are not the cause of climate change. Rather, it is forces much beyond our control and what we need to do is figure out how to "weather" the changes that are coming.
slingshot2 More than 1 year ago
Finally, the real "garage scientist's" who have for years studied the effects of our solar system star, have a respected spokeman who pulled together and connected the dots of their data spanning 100's of years.  But don't expect to see this book on the shelves of your local  library anytime soon-------as it doesn't offer the "global warming scam artists" and their "hog troth feeding brother'n" a silent backdoor escape anytime soon.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting reading, seems to fit what we are seeing in weather patterns, much better that Global warming theories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Book has not been updated since the 2011 timeframe. The theory needs to be tested against 6 years of global temperature data. The Space and Science Research Center website is out of business. The domain name is up for sale. Cannot find recent information about the book's topic, the RC theory, or the author.
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tom1 More than 1 year ago
I was unimpressed with the explanations.