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Astronomers: ‘Sun’s output may decline significantly - inducing another Little Ice Age’
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17 Aug 09 - Marc Morano of Climate Depot posted a guest essay by Statistician Dr. Richard Mackey. Mackey authored a 2007 peer-reviewed study that found that the solar system regulates the earth's climate. The paper was published August 17, 2007 in the Journal of Coastal Research.

Excerpt: "According to the findings reviewed in this paper, the variable output of the sun, the sun's gravitational relationship between the earth (and the moon) and earth's variable orbital relationship with the sun, regulate the earth's climate.

The article also talks of Sir John Maddox, then editor of Nature. “There remains the question of whether the Maunder Minimum will arrive in time to avoid a global carbon tax,” said Maddox, in an article published in Nature on 21 Sep 1995  entitled “Natural antidote to global warming”.

A large number of solar physicists (see, for example, the home page of the grandfather of modern solar physics, Professor Emeritus Cornelius de Jager,) would now answer Sir John’s question by saying: “Yes, the Maunder Minimum will arrive in time to save the planet from the utterly foolish global carbon tax.”

http://www.prisonplanet.com/astronomers-suns-output-may-decline-significantly-inducing-another-little-ice-age-on-earth.html
Thanks to Benjamin Napier for this link
       This fits in with what you have been saying all along!, says Benjamin.

                                       

  
 

 

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