I believe you do Jen.Jensmith":2o6l30jg said:I was reading an article on the BBC website yesterday saying this isn't to do with Global warming but with the cycle of the sun - effectively it's gone into a cooler phase and they said something about UV so it's got colder in the UK and N Europe but hotter in the southern hemisphere so it's all balancing out overall.
John, global warming is happening. It's not a con. If I understand you right that is
It didn't. They were basically saying that the northern hemisphere got colder hence our cold winters and the southern hemisphere got hotter so overall for the earth, it balanced itself out.Digit":3tocmdca said:Could someone please explain to me how a change in solar radiation might affect the northern hemisphere but not the southern?
It`s all to do with the rotation of the earth on it`s polar axis.Digit":3qlrenvu said:Could someone please explain to me how a change in solar radiation might affect the northern hemisphere but not the southern?
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Yep! In fact until about 18 months no serious publication would publish any such. The change began with reports of an extremely quiet, 'Quiet Sun.'little has been tested, or indeed theorised, as to the part possibly played by Earth's movement through the cosmos, or the part played by the Sun's variations.
Google Scholar says otherwise...Yep! In fact until about 18 months no serious publication would publish any such. The change began with reports of an extremely quiet, 'Quiet Sun.'
Cosmic Rays pertain to us moving through the cosmos (it's the photon soup that we move through) and are (thought to be) a principle agent for solar radiation flux affecting climate. Which is the subject you're saying that you know in very clear and certain terms that serious journals were, for some mysterious reason, averse even to touching until 18 months ago.Didn't know anyone had mentioned cosmic rays.