Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Whaaaa? The Sun affects the Earth's climate?????


Some unusual solar readings, including fading sunspots and weakening magnetic activity near the poles, could be indications that our sun is preparing to be less active in the coming years.

The results of three separate studies seem to show that even as the current sunspot cycle swells toward the solar maximum, the sun could be heading into a more-dormant period, with activity during the next 11-year sunspot cycle greatly reduced or even eliminated.

The results of the new studies were announced today (June 14) at the annual meeting of the solar physics division of the American Astronomical Society, which is being held this week at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces.

If the models prove accurate and the trends continue, the implications could be far-reaching.

"If we are right, this could be the last solar maximum we'll see for a few decades," Hill said. "That would affect everything from space exploration to Earth's climate." More here:

"If we are right." LMAO ... Oh really?  Imagine that ... the Sun ... affecting the climate ... wow ... that theory is "out there" baby.  

Hey, I wonder how long it will be before we start to hear about "global cooling."  Here's how it's gonna go down.  The "scientists" will come up with some jackassed excuse about why they were wrong before -- but now -- but NOW -- they KNOW they're right.  And this time they won't claim that man did it ... but ... I predict they'll say that man can "mitigate" the effects of global cooling.  AND ... SOMEHOW, the prescription will be the EXACTLY the same as those they recommended for combating global warming.

And lastly ... one more prediction ... the EXACT same morons that believed in "global warming" won't take two seconds before they've bought "global cooling" hook, line, and sinker.  Prepare for the bleating to begin.

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