It's Not The Sun's Fault

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It's Not The Sun's Fault

Post by yogi » 11 May 2019, 19:51

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One common argument I see and hear frequently regarding global warming is that it's all about the sun and a natural cycle. The sun does affect the weather to some degree, but it is not the primary factor in the current trend of global warming: https://climate.nasa.gov/faq/14/is-the- ... l-warming/

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Re: It's Not The Sun's Fault

Post by Kellemora » 12 May 2019, 11:00

The GLOBE has continually been warming since the PEAK of the current Ice Age.
It will continue to warm until be get to the bottom of the current Ice Age, thus ending the current Ice Age.
Thereafter the GLOBE will begin cooling again, as we move into the Next Ice Age.
It will continue to cool until we reach the Peak of the Next Ice Age, then it will begin warming back up again.

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Re: It's Not The Sun's Fault

Post by yogi » 12 May 2019, 13:54

Agreed. The chart explains WHY the cycle is accellerating.

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Re: It's Not The Sun's Fault

Post by Kellemora » 13 May 2019, 12:31

Well, the globe may be warming up, but not here, we are having some of the coldest temps on record here.

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Re: It's Not The Sun's Fault

Post by yogi » 13 May 2019, 14:17

It's been pretty wet and cool here too but I don't think we broke any records. Just one word of caution. If you see any signs of glaciers forming, you might want to consider moving back to St Louis. LOL

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Re: It's Not The Sun's Fault

Post by Kellemora » 14 May 2019, 11:53

While I was basking in 74 degree sunshine, my son was scraping ice off his car windshield.
Although we are normally only 10 degrees warmer than back home.
But sometimes, it can get really cold down here. Last night it was 46 degrees and today it is only up to 60 so far. 3 pm is hour hottest time of the day here.

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Re: It's Not The Sun's Fault

Post by yogi » 14 May 2019, 16:06

I was talking to a fellow in Oklahoma yesterday. He lamented that last year half the state was on fire at this time of the year. This year most of that is under water. Crazy weather to say the least.

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Re: It's Not The Sun's Fault

Post by Kellemora » 15 May 2019, 10:24

I think the Chinese or Russians have learned how to control the weather and are wearing us down with their newfound technology, hi hi.

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Re: It's Not The Sun's Fault

Post by yogi » 15 May 2019, 12:34

Anything but global warming, of course. LOL

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