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Cosmic Rays

Nature publishes paper linking cosmic rays to clouds and thus to climate:

Long time New Scientist Editor:  CERN experiment confirms cosmic ray action

Watts Up With That:  CERN Experiment Confirms Cosmic Rays Influence Cloud Seeds

NatureNews:  Cloud formation may be linked to cosmic rays

 

 

 

 

Good History of Research Linking Solar Activity to Climate:

http://theclimatetruth.org/science/solar-variability-and-climate-cycles/cosmic-rays/

 

The long sunspot cycle 23 predicts a significant temperature decrease in cycle 24

Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics - Volume 80, May 2012, Pages 267–284,  DOI: 10.1016/j.jastp.2012.02.008

 

Abstract:

Relations between the length of a sunspot cycle and the average temperature in the same and the next cycle are calculated for a number of meteorological stations in Norway and in the North Atlantic region. No significant trend is found between the length of a cycle and the average temperature in the same cycle, but a significant negative trend is found between the length of a cycle and the temperature in the next cycle. This provides a tool to predict an average temperature decrease of at least View the MathML source1.0°C from solar cycle 23 to solar cycle 24 for the stations and areas analyzed. We find for the Norwegian local stations investigated that 25–56% of the temperature increase the last 150 years may be attributed to the Sun. For 3 North Atlantic stations we get 63–72% solar contribution. This points to the Atlantic currents as reinforcing a solar signal.

 

Highlights

 

► A longer solar cycle predicts lower temperatures during the next cycle.

► A 1 °C or more temperature drop is predicted 2009–2020 for certain locations.

► Solar activity may have contributed 40% or more to the last century temperature increase.

► A lag of 11 years gives maximum correlation between solar cycle length and temperature.

 

Read the whole paper:

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1364682612000417

 

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