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"It's the sun!" was refuted more than 20 years ago


"It's the sun!" was refuted more than 20 years ago15-02-2011 04:05
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Solar irradiance data:
yhttp://www.mps.mpg.de/projects/sun-climate/data/tsi_1611.txt

ftp://ftp.pmodwrc.ch/pub/data/irradiance/composite/DataPlots/composite_d41_62_1009.dat

Global temperature data:
http://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/tabledata/GLB.Ts+dSST.txt
RE: Solar influence15-02-2011 18:31
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There is much more to the sun's effect on Earth climate than irradiance. This is merely a straw dog to draw attention away from the real influence of cosmic cycles. See the work of Akasofu, for example.
15-02-2011 21:08
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Hayduke wrote: There is much more to the sun's effect on Earth climate than irradiance. This is merely a straw dog to draw attention away from the real influence of cosmic cycles. See the work of Akasofu, for example.


The hypothesis "it's cosmic rays" was refuted more than eight years ago. THE TROPOSPHERE IS HEATING WHILE THE STRATOSPHERE IS COOLING. Sheeesh. The atmosphere even heats more at night than it used to several decades ago. Only greenhouse gases explain these facts: cosmic rays do not.

A few peer-reviewed science papers published in refereed science journals that show cosmic rays did not and are not causing the current unprecedented rate of warming:

http://www.mps.mpg.de/dokumente/publikationen/solanki/r47.pdf

http://stephenschneider.stanford.edu/Publications/PDF_Papers/Laut2003.pdf

No correlation between cosmic rays and Earth's temperature:

http://www.eiscat.rl.ac.uk/Members/mike/publications/pdfs/2001/196_Lockwood_2000JA000115.pdf



http://ulysses.sr.unh.edu/NeutronMonitor/Misc/neutron2.html

In fact, periods of increased cosmic rays show no correlation with Earth warming:

http://www.warwickhughes.com/agri/lockwood2007.pdf

http://www.nasa.gov/topics/solarsystem/features/ray_surge.html

More papers that refuted the hypothesis:

http://arxiv.org/pdf/0803.2298

http://atmos-chem-phys.net/8/7373/2008/acp-8-7373-2008.pdf

http://www.eawag.ch/organisation/abteilungen/surf/publikationen/2010_calogovic.pdf

http://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/10/1885/2010/acp-10-1885-2010.html

http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/0706/0706.4294v1.pdf

Go, and sin no more.
RE: Cosmic Rays15-02-2011 23:19
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Desertphile wrote:
[quote]Hayduke wrote: There is much more to the sun's effect on Earth climate than irradiance. This is merely a straw dog to draw attention away from the real influence of cosmic cycles. See the work of Akasofu, for example.


I said nothing about cosmic rays.
05-05-2014 11:23
Kano
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There is more to solar cycles than TSI YES.
There is UV which changes quite a bit up to 6%
The solar magnetic AP index
Solar wind.
CERN's experiments are proving cosmic rays do affect cloud formation.




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