Scientists: Due to the decline in solar geomagnetic activity the Earth is poised to endure a cooling period over the coming decades, with the coldest temperatures arriving by 2038 or 2039 ±11 years.
Human greenhouse gas emissions are not likely the cause of recent temperature changes; geomagnetic activity is. Nor will greenhouse gases reverse the effects of the predicted cooling.
The cooling will amount to about 1.3°C lower temperatures in the next few decades, then gradually increasing temperatures to 2100, when it will be 0.5°C colder than 2018.
To boot, the authors point out that the Medieval Warm Period had 0.5°C warmer global-scale temperatures than today.