1936 : Dr. Denier Blamed Extreme Weather And Suicide On Sunspots

Deniers have been skeptics for almost 80 years.

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28 Jan 1936 – SUNSPOTS Their Effect on Earth Medical Congress’…

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6 Responses to 1936 : Dr. Denier Blamed Extreme Weather And Suicide On Sunspots

  1. …but also the health & the spirits of physically & mentally deficient people, thus provoking the deaths of patients & increasing the number of suicides & crimes.

    Hrm, good thing he wasn’t predicting (D) voters would do anything in a low solar cycle here.

  2. Dave N says:

    Later changed his name to Dr Evil

  3. Andy Oz says:

    The BOM’s global warming drought saves Queensland man bogged in the outback.

  4. Ivan says:

    “Glaciers advance most in years of sun-spot maximum, and retreat in sunspot minimum.”
    January 1923

  5. Bill says:

    Lee Rigby was attacked on the 22nd of May 2013 shortly before 2.20pm.
    “The attack took place shortly before 14:20 in Wellington Street,….” Quote: Wikipedia.

    One hour before this a huge M5 class solar flare erupted off the sun. Here’s a quote from SpaceWeather.com
    “A solar radiation storm is in progress on May 22nd following an M5-class explosion on the sun’s western limb. The source of the flare, which peaked at 1332 UT, was departing sunspot AR1745…”

    The Sun and Earth are connected magnetically and the electromagnetic pulse EMP from that flare could get here in under an hour. It could be the catalyst that pushed the murderer to actually carry out the attack. Maybe if there was no flare, he would have chickened out and not carried out the attack……just a thought!
    Here’s a link from NASA for those of you who might be interested in some evidence.

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