The missing sunspots: Is this the big chill?

May 8, 2009 at 15:52 | Posted in Climate Change | 1 Comment

 

The Independent has a really interesting article on the current sunspot doldrums.

[A]round the turn of the century things started to change. Within a few years of the Sun’s activity starting to decline, the rise in the Earth’s temperature began to slow and has now been constant since the turn of the century. This was at the same time that the levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide carried on rising. So, is the Sun’s quietness responsible for the tail-off in global warming and if not, what is?

Read the entire article here

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