Archive | August 31, 2009

Sunspots Just Part of The Story: Fred Singer

CLIMATE modelers seem puzzled that small fluctuations in total solar irradiance (TSI) appear to have large influence on the climate.  They feel it necessary to take recourse to complicated mechanisms.  For example, Gerald Meehl of the US-National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and his team have been able to calculate how the extremely small variations […]

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Global Cooling has Begun: Bob Foster

BIG things are happening Sun-wise.  The longer Solar Cycle 24 is delayed, the weaker should it be.  Thus, it is more likely day by day – while Cycle 24 remains in deferral – that we are entering the next Little Ice Age cold period (Landscheidt Minimum1).  In 2004, NASA predicted an extra-powerful Cycle 24 starting in […]

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