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Current Solar Cycle Will Be First To Finish Below Normal In 80 Years, Weakest In Close To 200 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterSolar Activity in May 2019 By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) In May 2019 our sun was below-normal active again. The solar sunspot number (SSN) was 10.1, which is only 52% of the mean value in the evaluated cycle month no. 126 since the start of Cycle No. 24 began […]

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Consensus? 200+ New 2019 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism

Consensus? 200+ New 2019 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn the first 5½ months of 2019, over 200 scientific papers have been published that cast doubt on the position that anthropogenic CO2 emissions function as the climate’s fundamental control knob…or that otherwise serve to question the efficacy of climate models or the related “consensus” positions commonly endorsed by policymakers and ²²²²mainstream media sources. […]

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What Drives The Solar Cycles? German Scientists Believe They've Found The Answers

What Drives The Solar Cycles? German Scientists Believe They’ve Found The Answers

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists think they found what drives the solar cycles, which a huge body of scientific literature suggests greatly impacts the climate on earth. Sun follows planets’ rhythm New study corroborates the influence of planetary tidal forces on solar activity Images: NASA (public domain) One of the big questions in solar physics is why the […]

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New Proxy Data Show Northern Europe Weather Variability In Sync With Natural Factors: Solar Activity, Oceanic Cycles

New Proxy Data Show Northern Europe Weather Variability In Sync With Natural Factors: Solar Activity, Oceanic Cycles

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Share this…FacebookTwitterAnother new paper, which of course will be ignored by the government-funded IPCC because it contradicts claims CO2 drives climate, shows that natural factors dominated the earth’s climate variability. A team of scientists led by Jerome Goslin have published a paper titled Decadal variability of north-eastern Atlantic storminess at the mid-Holocene: New inferences from […]

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CO2 Climate Forcing In The Earth System Context: The Honey Bee Versus The Sun

CO2 Climate Forcing In The Earth System Context: The Honey Bee Versus The Sun

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOver the course of a 12 hour period on a cloudless day, 500 Wm-2 of solar energy pummels past the ocean surface to depths of 20 or more meters, warming up the first 2 meters of the ocean by 2.0 K. Image Source: Fairall et al., 1996 In contrast, the infrared radiation absorbed and […]

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Current Solar Cycle Among Weakest On Record. Potentially Cloud-Seeding Cosmic Radiation Near Highest Level Since 1950s

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Share this…FacebookTwitter The Sun in April 2019 By Prof. Fritz Vahrenholt and Frank Bosse (German text translated/edited by P. Gosselin) If we speak of an average of the last 23 cycles in the months of the minimum, our only significant energy source at the center of the solar system was below average active last month […]

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Indications Point To Upcoming Solar Cycle 25 Being Among The Weakest In 200 Years

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe Sun In February 2019 By Frank Bosse and Fritz Vahrenholt (Translated/edited by P Gosselin) The sun was also very sub-normally active in February. Although we are in the middle of the minimum, the sunspot number of 0.8 for the 123rd month into the cycle is very low. On 26 days of the month […]

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Satellite Evidence Affirms Solar Activity Drove 'A Significant Percentage' Of Recent Warming

Satellite Evidence Affirms Solar Activity Drove ‘A Significant Percentage’ Of Recent Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn a new paper, two astrophysicists shred the IPCC-preferred and model-based PMOD solar data set and affirm the ACRIM, which is rooted in observation and shows an increase in total solar irradiance (TSI) during the 1980-2000 period. They suggest a “significant percentage” of recent climate change has been solar-driven. Scafetta and Willson, 2019 I. […]

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Solar Cycle 24 Going Down As Quietest In Almost 200 Years, May Put The Brakes On Warming

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe sun in December 2018 Von Frank Bosse und Fritz Vahrenholt (German text translated / edited by P Gosselin) Our sun was also very sub-normally active in December last year. We are writing the 121st month since the beginning of cycle number 24, in December 2008, and since 2012 (when we started the blog […]

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Munich Conference: Leading Danish Astrophysicist Says Solar Activity Has Significant Impact On Global Climate

Munich Conference: Leading Danish Astrophysicist Says Solar Activity Has Significant Impact On Global Climate

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDanish Professor Henrik Svensmark is a leading physicist of cosmic radiation. At the end of last year he made a presentation at the 12th International Climate Conference in Munich, where he demonstrated that the climate is indeed modulated in large part by cloud cover, which in turn is modulated by solar activity in combination […]

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New Paper: Modern Warming Was Driven By 'Primarily Natural' Factors. Global Cooling Has Now Begun.

New Paper: Modern Warming Was Driven By ‘Primarily Natural’ Factors. Global Cooling Has Now Begun.

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Share this…FacebookTwitterFour climate scientists assert (1) the last ~130 years of temperature changes fit “perfectly” into statistical indices of natural variation, and (2) a long-term deep cooling of the Earth system has recently commenced. Image Source: Mao et al., 2019 An analysis published in the journal Atmospheric and Climate Sciences by 4 climate scientists reveals the 1880-2013 […]

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Sun As Main Driver: Japanese Scientist Cites 7 Major Examples How Real Climatic Data Contradict AGW Claims

Sun As Main Driver: Japanese Scientist Cites 7 Major Examples How Real Climatic Data Contradict AGW Claims

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBy Kyoji Kimoto kyoji@mirane.co.jp 1. Warmer period of the 1930s In 1998 D. Dahl-Jensen et al. pointed out in the journal Science that the 1930s is 0.5°K warmer than the present time based on a bore-hole study of Greenland ice sheet. The following data support D. Dahl-Jensen’s findings, from Soon 2012. Also heat waves were […]

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