[OTSunspots was: World maps
From: KH.Ranitzsch@t... (K.H.Ranitzsch)
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 19:54:12 +0100
Subject: [OTSunspots was: World maps
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From: "Oerjan Ohlson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, November 15, 2002 7:07 AM
Subject: RE: [FH] World maps
> Alan Brain wrote:
> >Anyway (and on-topic) have you seen some of the correlation graphs
> >rise in global temperature and interval between sunspot maxima? If
> >reliable, it appears that any human-caused change is (so far) too
> >See http://www.irfl.lu.se/HeliosHome/solaractivitytemp.html
> The local newsies picked this up a couple of years ago, but this is
> first time I've seen it on the web.
The graph is from 1991. Some newer or more detailed papers are here:
Most interesting are the data on the following page, which extends
observations to the year 2000:
While solar activity has dropped in the last decade, temperatures have
continued to rise, which doesn't fit that theory.
Back to the drawing board for the sunspot theories, I guess.