Category Archives: Cosmic Rays

Cosmic Rays Increasing According to Spaceweather.com

Meteorologist Paul Dorian writes about a Spaceweather.com Study, which was reported on here in January 2016. Current cosmic ray activity We happen to be in a weak solar cycle (24) which is actually on pace to be the weakest cycle … Continue reading

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New study confirms ‘solar activity has a direct impact on Earth’s cloud cover’ important to climate change

A new study confirms “solar variations affect the abundance of clouds in our atmosphere,” a solar amplification mechanism which is the basis of Svensmark’s theory of cosmo-climatology. The solar eruptions are known to shield Earth’s atmosphere from cosmic rays. However, … Continue reading

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Nearby supernovae could have affected life on Earth – Change Climate?

The surface of the Earth was bathed in life-damaging radiation from nearby supernovae on several different occasions over the past nine million years. That is the claim of an international team of astronomers, which has created a computer model that … Continue reading

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Little Ice Age Theory

By James A. Marusek, Retired U.S. Navy Physicist who is warning us of what is to come. I. Introduction General Discussion The sun is undergoing a state change. It is possible that we may be at the cusp of the … Continue reading

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“Threat Of A Little Ice Age”?

Spooky Pause…Solar Activity Now Has Leading German (Warmist) Science Journalist Asking About “Threat Of A Little Ice Age” Science journalist Michael Odenwald at the German news weekly FOCUS used to be quite the warmist, and maybe he still is. But … Continue reading

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Bald Sun for 4 Days.

There are no visible sunspots on the most current solar image; courtesy NASA/SDO, spaceweather.com Meteorologist Paul Dorian shares some thought on the impact when spots vanish, the potential for a grand minimum. Finally, if history is any guide, it is … Continue reading

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CLOUD Results:More Cosmic Rays, More Clouds

Our planet’s pre-industrial climate may have been cloudier than presently thought, shows CERN’s CLOUD experiment in two papers published today in Nature CLOUD shows that organic vapours emitted by trees produce lots of aerosol particles in the atmosphere when there’s … Continue reading

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