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Sunspot trends suggest global cooling ahead

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Sunspot trends suggest global cooling ahead

http://www.cfact.org/2014/08/25/sunspot-trends-suggest-global-cooling-ahead/

Leading European scientists are now predicting a long-term cooling trend will follow the past 17 years of relatively stable worldwide temperatures. Dr. Fritz Varentholt expects the world to get cooler in the future for three reasons: (1) we are or soon will be beginning on the downward flank of the Sun’s Gleissberg and Suess cycles; (2) solar activity during the next cycle may extend our current very weak one; and (3) ocean cycles will be in cooling phases over the next decades as well.

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