Sunday, July 29, 2007

Variability of the sun’s irradiance, Global Warming

Water Experts Find Earth’s Warming, Rainfall Linked to Sun


By Dennis T. Avery, Hudson Institute

A team of water experts says the pattern of droughts and floods in South Africa shows our global warming was triggered by the variability of the sun’s irradiance rather than by human-emitted CO2. They say variations in South African rainfall patterns are keyed to periodic reversals of the sun’s magnetic field—and to the constantly changing distance between the sun and the earth as both move through space.


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