Solar magnetic activity

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Solar magnetic activity corresponds with global warming: "During periods of greater solar magnetic activity, greater shielding of the earth occurs, resulting in less cosmic rays penetrating to the lower atmosphere, resulting in fewer cloud condensation nuclei being produced, resulting in fewer and less reflective low-level clouds occurring, which leads to more solar radiation being absorbed by the surface of the earth, resulting (finally) in increasing near-surface air temperatures and global warming." [1]

Notes

  1. Climate Change Reconsidered: Chapter 5 - Solar Variability and Climate Cycles
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