Originally posted by LoneGunMan
reply to post by illuminatedobserver
Not true. Only a handful of planets show a warming trend. Most of those have very long orbits, Neptune has not even yet to make a full circuit of the
sun since its discovery in 1846. The sun has actually been cooling for the past 50 years.
Ask yourself why you and others have been fed bad info.
Well there is also the factor of the Earth's magnetic field and solar winds and weather with base data going back some 5000 years.
The earth's magnetic field impacts climate: Danish study
The results of the study, which has also been published in US scientific journal Geology, lend support to a controversial theory published a decade
ago by Danish astrophysicist Henrik Svensmark, who claimed the climate was highly influenced by galactic cosmic ray (GCR) particles penetrating the
Svensmark's theory, which pitted him against today's mainstream theorists who claim carbon dioxide (CO2) is responsible for global warming, involved
a link between the earth's magnetic field and climate, since that field helps regulate the number of GCR particles that reach the earth's
"The only way we can explain the (geomagnetic-climate) connection is through the exact same physical mechanisms that were present in Henrik
Svensmark's theory," Knudsen said.
"If changes in the magnetic field, which occur independently of the earth's climate, can be linked to changes in precipitation, then it can only be
explained through the magnetic field's blocking of the cosmetic rays," he said.
Climate Change and the Earth's Magnetic Poles, A Possible Connection
Author: Kerton, Adrian K.
Source: Energy & Environment, Volume 20, Numbers 1-2, January 2009 , pp. 75-83(9)
Publisher: Multi-Science Publishing Co Ltd
Many natural mechanisms have been proposed for climate change during the past millennia, however, none of these appears to have accounted for the
change in global temperature seen over the second half of the last century. As such the rise in temperature has been attributed to man made
mechanisms. Analysis of the movement of the Earth's magnetic poles over the last 105 years demonstrates strong correlations between the position of
the north magnetic, and geomagnetic poles, and both northern hemisphere and global temperatures. Although these correlations are surprising, a
statistical analysis shows there is a less than one percent chance they are random, but it is not clear how movements of the poles affect climate.
Links between changes in the Earth's magnetic field and climate change, have been proposed previously although the exact mechanism is disputed. These
include: The Earth's magnetic field affects the energy transfer rates from the solar wind to the Earth's atmosphere which in turn affects the North
Atlantic Oscillation. Movement of the poles changes the geographic distribution of galactic and solar cosmic rays, moving them to particularly climate
sensitive areas. Changes in distribution of ultraviolet rays resulting from the movement of the magnetic field, may result in increases in the death
rates of carbon sinking oceanic plant life such as phytoplankton.
Keywords: MAGNETIC POLES; DRIFT; CLIMATE; COSMIC RAYS
Document Type: Research article
This of course would disrupt a massive effort to create a world government via environmentalism and carbon credits. LoL Carbon 12 (6-protons 6-
neutrons 6-electrons) hahahahaha.