Strange Winds in the Arctic, Pacific Super Typhoon Already & Antarctic Sea Ice Come Back

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Winds are to noticeably changing in the Northern Hemisphere due to the continued weakening of the magnetosphere as we descend further into the grand solar minimum. Zonal winds @65N and above had a dramatic reduction, but in the Pacific a super typhoon forms in March. Antarctic sea ice makes massive recovery nearly breaking above the 1981-2010 average. The shift to a colder polar climate in beginning to show, now add in unstable global winds and I feel the result will be crop yield reductions.



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