Is the Sun driving ozone and changing the climate?


From the JoNova excellent blog, some scientific information that contrasts starkly with the general flood of propaganda.

In 2015 the hunt for clues continues…

The central mystery in climate science is the Sun. The direct energy from the 1.4 million-kilometer-wide flaming ball stays remarkably constant. The radiation pours down on us but the relentless sameness of the watts can’t be causing of the swings in temperature on Earth. Something else is going on with the Sun. For one thing, the total light energy coming off the Sun stays almost the same but the type of light changes — the spectrum shifts –  with more shorter wavelengths at one point in the cycle and longer wavelengths at the opposite part of the cycle. These have different effects. Shorter wavelengths (UV) generate ozone in the stratosphere and penetrate the ocean. Longer wavelengths don’t. But the Sun is also sending out charged particles…

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One Response to Is the Sun driving ozone and changing the climate?

  1. ”swings in temperature” are ALWAYS localized – never global! The precursor of all evil is: Warmist say: ”the planet is getting warmer” -> ”Skeptics” get in overdrive searching what is doing it”… instead of saying the truth: global temp is always the same! here are all the proofs, beyond any reasonable doubt, can be ALL proven now, no need to wait 100y and realize that the skeptics have being completely duped by the clever / cunning Warmist:::


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