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Global warming is not cosmic

<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " " I heard that sun rays are the main driving forces for temperature changes. "" How about Grand Solar Minimum? "" We are heading for a new ice age based on orbital parameters. "" Cosmic rays cause the earth to warm up! " There is no shortage of people in the online environment who passionately advocate cosmic explanations to account for the observed change in global temperatures since the Industrial Revolution Earth is a celestial body whose temperature is a result of remaining heat left from the formation of the planet , radioactive decay, energy input from the sun and greenhouse gases in the atmosphere During human history, heat released from the planet's interior and from radioactive decomposition is essentially unchanged, and residual heat is therefore a function of solar (and extra-solar) inputs and greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Solfoto from Wikipedia Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_energy#/media/File:Neapolitan_Sunset.jpg Wikipedia users: Jessie Eastland Sunbeams: Solar energy waxes and deviate on several occasions due to internal changes in solar energy production. The best known is the 11-year-old sunfish cycle. At the bottom of the cycle (we are currently near the bottom of the cycle), solar energy at the Earth's surface drops by ~ 0.1% . One study noted a warming up of the oceans for every 1 Wm of change in solar energy . The difference between maximum and minimum of a solar cycle is about 1-2 WM -2 . This difference is not something, but it is far…


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” I heard that sun rays are the main driving forces for temperature changes. “” How about Grand Solar Minimum? “” We are heading for a new ice age based on orbital parameters. “” Cosmic rays cause the earth to warm up! “

There is no shortage of people in the online environment who passionately advocate cosmic explanations to account for the observed change in global temperatures since the Industrial Revolution

Earth is a celestial body whose temperature is a result of remaining heat left from the formation of the planet , radioactive decay, energy input from the sun and greenhouse gases in the atmosphere During human history, heat released from the planet’s interior and from radioactive decomposition is essentially unchanged, and residual heat is therefore a function of solar (and extra-solar) inputs and greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

Solfoto from Wikipedia Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_energy#/media/File:Neapolitan_Sunset.jpg

Wikipedia users: Jessie Eastland

Sunbeams: Solar energy waxes and deviate on several occasions due to internal changes in solar energy production. The best known is the 11-year-old sunfish cycle. At the bottom of the cycle (we are currently near the bottom of the cycle), solar energy at the Earth’s surface drops by ~ 0.1% . One study noted a warming up of the oceans for every 1 Wm of change in solar energy . The difference between maximum and minimum of a solar cycle is about 1-2 WM -2 . This difference is not something, but it is far from explaining much of the observed temperature rise in the last century. Over longer time scales, the solar output changes with 100 + year intervals.

Alan Friedman (NASA Goddard)

Orbital Variations: There is little doubt within the scientific community that orbital variations are the key variable that forced the earth into and out of the ice age over the last 2 million years. Changes in the Earth’s orbital eccentricity, the angle of the axis, and the orientation of the shaft drive significant changes in solar energy received on the earth’s surface. Milutin Milankovitch discovered this relationship over 100 years ago. The circles of orbital and axial changes happen at timescales of tens of thousands to over a hundred thousand years – much longer than human or civilization scales.

How about cosmic rays? The speculation about the effect of cosmic rays on the cloud formation received a decade ago. Since then, supplementary studies have poured cold water on the tank.

What about magnetic polar wraps? This is when the magnetic poles in the north and south turn polarity on time scales of hundreds of thousands of years. Apart from the fact that there is no theoretical connection to the climate, recurring intervals are far from explaining any observed variation.

How about supernovae? LOL.

The majority of warming is a result of greenhouse gases emitted by human activity . Period. & Nbsp; There is overwhelming agreement on this point within the scientific community.

There is an appeal to attribute to our warming climate that forces are complete beyond our control. It a) relieves us of any responsibility for causing the observed warming, and b) provides some form of insurance that we will ultimately return to a state of equilibrium. For centuries, a philosophical debate has raged on whether science and religion are compatible or mutually exclusive – or somewhere in between. Ironically, those who place global warming on the outside of the earth’s borders use the same argument that creationists and other religious-based prognosticators use. namely, the causes lie in the sky and & nbsp; We are associated with strengths beyond our control.

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” I heard that sun rays are the main driver of temperature changes. “” How about Grand Solar Minimum? “” We are heading for a new ice age based on orbital parameters. “” Cosmic rays cause the earth to warm up! “

There is no shortage of people in the online community who passionately advocate for cosmic explanations to account for the observed change in global temperatures since the industrial revolution. Why is this? Is there a truth core to their arguments? facts from fiction

The Earth is a celestial body whose temperature is the result of residual heat from the planet’s formation, radioactive decay, energy input from the sun and greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. During human history, heat released from the planet’s interior and from the radioactive decay essentially unchanged, remaining heat is therefore a function of sun (and extra sun) entrances and greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

Solfoto from Wikipedia Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_energy#/media/File : Neapolitan_Sunset.jpg

Wikipedia users: Jessie Eastland

Sunbeams: Solenerg ivaxes and deviate on several occasions due to internal changes in solar energy production. The best known is the 11-year-old sunfish cycle. At the bottom of the cycle (we are currently near the bottom of the cycle) the solar energy at the Earth’s surface drops by ~ 0.1%. One study noted a 0 ° C warming of the oceans for every 1 Wm of change in solar energy. The difference between maximum and minimum of a solar cycle is about 1-2 WM -2 . This difference is not something, but it is far from explaining much of the observed temperature rise in the last century. Over longer time scales, the solar output changes with 100 + year intervals. [19659000] Alan Friedman (NASA Goddard)

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