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Dr. Sallie Baliunas is an astrophysicist formerly affiliated with the Mount Wilson Institute. Her awards include the Newton Lacey Pierce Prize by the American Astronomical Society, the Petr Beckman Award for Scientific Freedom and the Bok Prize from Harvard University. In 1991 Discover magazine profiled her as one of America's outstanding women scientists. 
- The 20th Century temperature pattern shows a strong correlation to energy output of the sun. Although the causes of the changing sun's particle, magnetic and energy outputs are uncertain, as are the responses of the climate to the Sun's various changes, the correlation is pronounced. It explains especially well the early 20th Century warming trend, which cannot have much human contribution. Sallie Baliunas and Willie Soon
- Warming Up to the Truth: The Real Story About Climate Change - Sallie Baliunas, Ph.D.- August 22, 2002