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Old 11-20-2018, 01:35 PM   #3829 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by oil pan 4 View Post
I just find it no coincidence that icon and gold are going to study the interaction between the sun and thermosphere, then icon is up for a week and nasa starts talking about a lack of thermosphere warming due to lack of solar activity.
Coincidence? I think not.

You can't find anything on it, but I used to work with nasa at Langley on and off. I have probably only mentioned that a dozen times or so.
Just say a little bird told me.
I get much better information than someone with a 4 year English degree trying to compose a news article out of science they don't understand.
Have you walked up beyond the troposphere (where climate change is occurring) looked at what's between there and the thermosphere?
Do you realize that there's no coupling between the two?
It's true,that cosmic particles bombarding the upper atmosphere can produce secondary,energetic particles,which can travel down to the troposphere,and act as ionic condensation nuclei for cloud formation,but this phenomena is already part of climate modeling,and no surprise to climatologists.
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