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The Sun-Climate Effect: The Winter Gatekeeper Hypothesis (III). Meridional transport

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Contrary to what could be naively expected, the Earth is warmest just after the June’s solstice, when it is farthest from the sun, and coldest just after the December’s solstice, when it is receiving 6.9 % more energy from the sun.

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