Himalaya Now Repeating Grand Solar Minimum Drought Pattern : Crop Losses to Follow


North Western Indian Himalaya is experiencing a warm winter with no rain or snow for three months. These same conditions happened during the Sporer, Maunder and Dalton Minimums. During the Mughal Empire reign, famine swept the land as food production was greatly effected due to Grand Solar Minimum shifts in monsoon patterns. We see the same beginning to happening right now, which signals a change of reliable water and river flow for agriculture in India. Another match is record cold in Bangladesh and near records in Kathmandu. New 2017 research in tree ring analysis tracked the full Himalaya range from 1630-Present; colder conditions and drought happen during every grand solar minimum across the Himalaya Range. India with one of the largest populations on the planet needs to immediately start discussing this issue as the crop yields are going to be affected.
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