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Old 10-18-2018, 12:09 PM   #3274 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by oil pan 4 View Post
There is plenty of evidence out there man isn't the driving force behind climate change. The believers just chose to ignore it.
The biggest one is solar forcing.

Main reason being the only solar forcing related papers the belivers will even look at is from the mid 1990s and agrees with their narrative.

But that's going to all change in 2021. There is a satellite going up that will specifically study the interaction between the solar wind and the earths atmosphere, weather, jet stream, ect.
This will absolutely confirm the suns impact on weather at first and climate as the data piles up.

I will have a tombstone made.

"Man made climate change
197? - 2022"
Solar forcing is included in the models, and it is not causing climate change. Do you think that scientists are that dumb as to leave out the sun? Really?

We have a new satellite that is looking at the sun. We are learning a lot. But the data show that the sun's output is slightly less than it might be, given the long term trend of it increasing - as is expected for all stars of its type.

We are seeing warming DESPITE the lull in the sun's output.
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