Grand Solar Minimum Alert

A spotless Solar disk 10/09/15

An interesting Update from ‘Suspicious Observers’ Ben Davidson, caught my ear this morning.

See especially 2:09 to 2:37 of the following video:

System Shift Update, Solar Eruptions | S0 News October 14, 2015

Ben Davidson says,
“Let’s move over to our top story, a major long-term update. We again confirm Jupiter is changing rapidly.
Remember we’ve seen evidence that the Sun, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus are all changing, much faster than Earth is, and boy, that’s not our pollution, It’s the coming Grand Solar Minimum.
Red spot still shrinking, losing color. Stripes still moving, and all indicative of increased storm activity, cyclones and anticyclones, climate chaos on Jupiter.”
This ‘evidence’, though not yet widely accepted or talked about, seems to indicate that the much talked about ‘climate change’ is not limited to Earth’s ecosphere, but is a Solar-System-Wide phenomenon! Additionally, it makes sense(to me) that changes on the Gas-giants: [Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus] would be more noticeable, and on a larger scale, due to their large surface areas and active atmospheres, than on smaller planets like Earth. But we also have evidence, though much more recent and of statistically meaningless time duration(to be fair, or is it just a temporal coincidence that the Hubble series from 2002-2003 can now be compared to the more recent images from the New Horizons Mission 2015 flyby? ), that changes on Pluto are also much faster and more dramatic than previously understood: http://www.universetoday.com/54114/new-hubble-images-show-pluto-is-changing/
http://www.popsci.com/latest-pictures-pluto-reveal-new-surprises

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