Monday, July 11, 2011

So, will it rain tomorrow? - FT.com

So, will it rain tomorrow? - FT.com:

Buried on page 28 of the Financial Times.
"“We now believe that [the solar cycle] accounts for 50 per cent of the variability from year to year,” says Scaife. With solar physicists predicting a long-term reduction in the intensity of the solar cycle – and possibly its complete disappearance for a few decades, as happened during the so-called Maunder Minimum from 1645 to 1715 – this could be an ominous signal for icy winters ahead, despite global warming."

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