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The Australian Academy of Science quotes ‘unusually weak solar activity’ as one reason for the post 2001 temperature slowdown

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The Australian Academy of Science quotes “unusually weak solar activity” as one reason for the post 2001 temperature slowdown

http://www.warwickhughes.com/blog/?p=3599

Download the 7MB pdf report – page 10 Box 2.2 for the amazing quote saying […unusually weak solar activity] is a cooling influence. That they have the hide to include that in the face of decades of the IPCC refusing to accept the sun was affecting changes in earths temperature. They also say [None of these influences is likely to continue over the long term.] Talk about messy statements – so solar – aerosols – volcanoes are all short term. I like the quotes in Box 2.1 – where they pontificate about measuring “climate variables” – They say – (with careful account for changes in instrument types, observational practices, instrument locations and urban areas) It could be re-written along lines – with careful account for changes in instrument types, observational practices, instrument locations and taking care to include in global temperature compilations artificially warmed data from every urban area on the planet.

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