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Old 12-27-2019, 12:18 AM   #8034 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by aerohead View Post
I believe that the space-based,and terrestrial solar observatories' spectrometers observe the entire electromagnetic spectrum.
Total solar irradiance does vary,and is continuously monitored,although the magnitude of its forcing cannot account for observed warming.That would be the greenhouse effect.Anthropogenic.
We know solar irradance doesn't account for the warning that's what we have said all along. The irradance study they like to use doesn't look at the entire spectrum, it looks at one wave length of UV, the wavelength that just happens to be the one that changes the least.
Plus looking at the EM spectrum ignores everything in the sub light speed solar wind and everything coming in from out side the solar system when there is a lack of solar wind.
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