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Australian Climate Madness

Friday, September 11, 2009

It's the sun, stupid

Shh, don't tell the IPCC, or else they won't be able to blame CO2 and governments won't be able to regulate and tax Western economies out of existence, but like it or not, the sun has a huge influence on our climate, far more than the alarmists want you to believe. This article, translated by Google from the original Danish and tidied up by Anthony Watts, is essential reading:
Global warming stopped and a cooling is beginning.

No climate model has predicted a cooling of the Earth, on the contrary. This means that projections of future climate is unpredictable, writes Henrik Svensmark.

The star which keeps us alive, has over the last few years almost no sunspots, which are the usual signs of the sun’s magnetic activity.

Last week, reported the scientific team behind Sohosatellitten (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory) that the number of sunspot-free days suggest that solar activity is heading towards its lowest level in about 100 years. Everything indicates that the Sun is moving into a hibernation-like state, and the obvious question is whether it has any significance for us on Earth.

If you ask the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change IPCC, representing the current consensus on climate change, the answer is a reassuring ‘nothing’. But history and recent research suggests that it is probably completely wrong. Let us take a closer look at why.

Read it all. (Thanks to WUWT)


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