NC Media Watch

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Wednesday, November 17, 2004


Tree Rings Reveal Sunspot Record, By Larry O'Hanlon, Discovery News
The sun is in the thick of one of the longest and stormiest periods in 8,000 years, say researchers who have tracked down an 11,400-year record of stormy sunspot activity in tree rings.

"During the last eight millennia, the episode with the highest average sunspot number is the ongoing one that started about 60 years ago," reported researchers.
Sixty years ago is about the time we started to see a rapid rise in global warming?

At the end of the article, a sop to the politically correct global warming crowd.
"However, in terms of actual warming it probably isn't a large contributor."
Really, then explain why Mars, Pluto and the Neptune’s moons are also warming, and they do not have any humans.

Tell me what you think


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