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Old 02-05-2020, 08:04 PM   #8354 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by aerohead View Post
'Solar activity' wasn't very specific,and I was trying to tie it to cyclones,which are driven by sea surface temperature,unless ruined by shearing winds.I thought you might be talking about solar brightness,as it's the only thing that might warm the oceans.
If it were about solar magnetic activity,I addressed that.That would imply a weak Heliosphere,allowing more cosmic particles to reach Earth's atmosphere.The cosmic particles would create secondary particles,of which would allegedly create more cloud condensation nuclei.If true,that would only produce more low clouds,which cool.They'd have no linkage to cyclones that I know of.
Still no. There's like 25-30 solar forcing papers out, not including text books.
It's real and not going away.
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