Is our sun headed for a grand minimum temp?

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Message 1878643 - Posted: 17 Jul 2017, 1:01:47 UTC

The sun is heading for a rare, super-chill period and we’re “not quite sure what the consequences of this will be,” scientists say.

THE sun is like a teenager that cycles through mood swings — from dramatic to chill and back again — roughly every eleven years. But this time it’s different. It now appears the sun is heading for a rare, super-chill period that threatens to add some unexpected drama to today’s climate change discussion.

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Message 1878654 - Posted: 17 Jul 2017, 1:43:59 UTC - in response to Message 1878643.  

Well, if those statistics predict the near future, I'm ok with it.
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Message 1878700 - Posted: 17 Jul 2017, 6:27:54 UTC - in response to Message 1878654.  

Yes I am too.

We all know about the 11 year sunspot cycle and the longer 100-200 year cycles known as the Maunder maximum and minimum. At present we have a mini hot house earth with global warming, it would be Mother Nature's way to bring that back to average, but not as far as a new ice age.

The sun is like a teenager that cycles through mood swings

Much like some scientists it seems :-))
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Message 1878707 - Posted: 17 Jul 2017, 7:55:24 UTC

It would be hilarious if, in order to prevent extreme cold which would ruin food production, we end up having to pump more carbon in the atmosphere to prevent the big freeze.
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Message 1878716 - Posted: 17 Jul 2017, 9:19:19 UTC - in response to Message 1878707.  

Carbon dioxide, especially anthropogenic CO-2, is an insignificant cause of any effect on climate.
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Message 1878717 - Posted: 17 Jul 2017, 9:22:35 UTC - in response to Message 1878643.  

Very interesting; but, this goes against the determination by NOAA that the sun's output has been increasing. I too feel that the sun now is more intense than it was 50 years ago --but; I don't have any measurements to back this up.
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Message 1878771 - Posted: 17 Jul 2017, 18:13:13 UTC

If it is true, even if only for a couple of decades, with the world population growing as it is food production would be devastated like it was the last time (remember the Irish potato famine). We can withstand slight global warming as it enhances plant growth but a deep freeze could come close to wiping us out.
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Message 1878778 - Posted: 17 Jul 2017, 19:33:01 UTC

the sun now is more intense than it was 50 years ago


This Time of Year, the ALL TIME HIGH for dA Day IS ALWAYS 'bout 60+ Years Ago. 1954 being a Year dAt is stated, A Lot.

Man was REALLY PUMPING it Out Then. Was He Not?

Warmists are headed for A GRAND MAXIMUM FAKERY. Which Always EQUALS MAXIMUM GRANT MONIES from Taxpayers.

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Message 1878780 - Posted: 17 Jul 2017, 20:14:15 UTC - in response to Message 1878707.  

It would be hilarious if, in order to prevent extreme cold which would ruin food production, we end up having to pump more carbon in the atmosphere to prevent the big freeze.

It won't work. The Republicans have built their ideology based on the belief that human-produced CO2 does not affect the climate. So we could not increase CO2 to combat the cooling.

We will freeze because the Republicans refuse to believe in Global Warming. It is certainly strange, but not exactly hilarious.
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Message 1878789 - Posted: 17 Jul 2017, 21:06:17 UTC - in response to Message 1878780.  

Did you believe in the Y2K impending disaster?
Did you believe in Paul Erlich's prognostications in "The Population Bomb"
Did you believe the CIA document of 40 years ago that said we would be out of oil by now
Do you believe in a Supreme Being and life ever after ?

All of these folklore style myths are designed to attract money from the unsophisticated who are worried that the sky is falling.
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Message 1878845 - Posted: 18 Jul 2017, 0:22:29 UTC - in response to Message 1878789.  

All of these folklore style myths are designed to attract money from the unsophisticated who are worried that the sky is falling.

Nah, I don't subscribe to your conspiracy hypothesis, which it will remain unless you can advance it to a theory.
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Message 1878850 - Posted: 18 Jul 2017, 1:10:46 UTC - in response to Message 1878845.  

All of these folklore style myths are designed to attract money from the unsophisticated who are worried that the sky is falling.

Nah, I don't subscribe to your conspiracy hypothesis, which it will remain unless you can advance it to a theory.


Except Global Warming and Y2K weren't/aren't conspiracy theories.
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Message 1878852 - Posted: 18 Jul 2017, 1:21:28 UTC - in response to Message 1878850.  
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All of these folklore style myths are designed to attract money from the unsophisticated who are worried that the sky is falling.

Nah, I don't subscribe to your conspiracy hypothesis, which it will remain unless you can advance it to a theory.


Except Global Warming and Y2K weren't/aren't conspiracy theories.

True, but Bill didn't cite either.
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Message 1890552 - Posted: 18 Sep 2017, 13:50:28 UTC

God, you must be bored ......
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