The history of the last Grand Minimum was recorded in diaries, letters, and journals. Reading these documents, we gain valuable insight into the normal climate periods and the superstorms that pummeled farmers and urban city dwellers alike. Many areas of the planet were not covered, as there were no observers to record the events.
The history of the next Grand Minimum will be recorded in social media from every corner of the globe using ubiquitous satellite internet.
SpaceX, OneWeb, and Amazon are planning to bring the Internet to the 4 billions of people not connected today, that is if they live below 57 degrees North and above 57 degrees South, the network coverage access.
The first test satellites have been launched, and testing is progressing. OneWeb has six spacecraft on orbit. SpaceX has two test satellites in orbit, Tintin A and Tintin B. SpaceX will start operational launches in May. OneWeb is expected to begin operational launches this fall. In two years enough satellites will be in orbit to provide global coverage, enabling four billion more people to join the two billion on Facebook today.
With six billion social media reporters in almost every corner of the planet, we will be getting first-hand reports of on the impact of the next minimum, be it grand or a regular cycle. Stay tuned!
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