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      09-23-2019, 11:10 PM   #74
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Originally Posted by flgfish View Post
from the paper: ..."Wu said the latest study, with 10,000 years’ worth of new data, not only helped to draw a more complete picture of the 500-year cycle, but also revealed a previously unknown mechanism behind the phenomenon, which suggested the impact of the sun on the Earth’s climate may be greater than previously thought."

You don't say, the SUN affects the climate? NO WAY. Jeez.
I was always shocked that the IPCC papers I flipped through also ignored the Sun as part of their models for climate.
Yea absolutely insane the very thing that determines if life exist or not is completley ignored as a possible factor for our climate. But hey don't let a little bit of scientific observation get in the way of a good narrative.
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