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Solar Activity to Have Lowest High in 90 Years? Inc. Comments from Leif Svalgaard
Saturday, June 13th 2009, 6:29 AM UTC
Co2sceptic (Site Admin)
Image AttachmentThe article, by National Geographic, contains quotes from Leif Svalgaard concerning the current Solar Cycle (24).

After a perplexing quiet spell, the sun appears to be stirring—but astrophysicists remain divided about what our star is going to do next.

The sun was expected to hit a low in 2008 as part of its normal 11-year cycle of activity.

But it stayed quiet until very recently, confounding scientists and sparking speculation of a sun-triggered "little ice age."

Solar physicists have denied that potential, saying that today's greenhouse gases have much more influence on global temperatures than the sun
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Long winter marches into June as unseasonable cold and snow continues
Tuesday, June 9th 2009, 2:49 PM UTC
Co2sceptic (Site Admin)
Here is a selection of links (using the PDF download file) to stories from the ClimateDepot.Com web site by Marc Morano. They illustrate that there is a continuation of a long cold winter in parts of our world.

Some would say that it's just a coincidence that these locations have had a prolonged winter at the same time our Sun has had a very long "Quiet" period between the end of Solar Cycle 23 and the start of Solar Cycle 24.

I for one don't believe in coincidences, and what you read in these stories today will be more common in the future as our world continues to cool down as we head into Low Solar Activity from a period of 50-60 years of High Activity.

In the last "Quiet" Sun period from 100 years ago, the temperature fall was not as noticeable as of today, and that was because the world had NOT been through the highest recorded period of Solar Activity since the Medieval warming period.

Please click PDF download to read FULL article from Marc Morano and ClimateDepot.Com
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The David Hathaway Solar Cycle 24 Forecast
Tuesday, May 19th 2009, 8:06 AM UTC
Co2sceptic (Site Admin)
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A couple of weeks ago there was a revised Solar Cycle 24 forecast from NASA concerning the so called "Quite Sun".
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Long Range Solar Forecast from NASA
Sunday, May 17th 2009, 4:12 PM UTC
Co2sceptic (Site Admin)
Image AttachmentI will try and sift through as many articles as I can to bring you up to date on SC25, my first stop is the Long Range Solar Forecast by NASA issued on the 5th May 2006. It makes a very important point, in that SC25 will have one of the lowest counts of Sunspots in 200-300 years! This could be the same level of Sunspots that started the Dalton Minimum in 1790. With a forecast like that, I hope you see why I want to pass on this information, it is kinda important!

May 10, 2006: The Sun's Great Conveyor Belt has slowed to a record-low crawl, according to research by NASA solar physicist David Hathaway. "It's off the bottom of the charts," he says. "This has important repercussions for future solar activity."
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