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So what about global warming????????
 

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In the 1970's we went through a mini Ice Age. Not quite as bad as what's described in 1645 but it was enough that the news was reporting it.
 

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The wife and I were in Alaska and took an excursion flight over several very large glaciers. A narration of what we were seeing was heard through our earphones, They were saying that scientists go up to these glaciers to do studies and those scientists have learned that there will be a cooling period within 30 years. Pay your carbon taxes folks, so all this climate stuff will go away.
 

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Your article and it's information dates from 2015. That data doesn't exist in a bubble and climatologist are already well aware of the fact that the sun and it's cycles need to be included in any long term climate model. I found this from 2018 regarding solar cycles and their effect on current climate models:

"What is now the way forward? Clearly, improving our understanding of the physical mechanisms on the Sun that drive irradiance variations, particularly those that may lead to long-term climate variations, should be a priority. Several teams are actively working on this issue.
We are still missing an international framework that enables a critical comparison of irradiance models with the aim of improving them. The highest priority, however, is to continue simultaneous total and spectral irradiance observations by different instruments. Our ultimate aim is to quantify more precisely the role of the Sun in the natural forcing of climate variability and climate change.
In short: The Sun still has a lot to tell us."

In other words.. this isn't 'new' information, and it doesn't do anything to influence let alone invalidate the current climate models.
 

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Your article and it's information dates from 2015. That data doesn't exist in a bubble and climatologist are already well aware of the fact that the sun and it's cycles need to be included in any long term climate model. I found this from 2018 regarding solar cycles and their effect on current climate models:

"What is now the way forward? Clearly, improving our understanding of the physical mechanisms on the Sun that drive irradiance variations, particularly those that may lead to long-term climate variations, should be a priority. Several teams are actively working on this issue.
We are still missing an international framework that enables a critical comparison of irradiance models with the aim of improving them. The highest priority, however, is to continue simultaneous total and spectral irradiance observations by different instruments. Our ultimate aim is to quantify more precisely the role of the Sun in the natural forcing of climate variability and climate change.
In short: The Sun still has a lot to tell us."

In other words.. this isn't 'new' information, and it doesn't do anything to influence let alone invalidate the current climate models.
I've yet to see anything put out by the climate alarmists that would change anything in the weather cycles that occur on this planet since the beginning of time. Now if you want to talk about cleaning up plastics and ocean pollution in general, then yes, there is something we puny humans can do about that.
 

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In other words.. this isn't 'new' information, and it doesn't do anything to influence let alone invalidate the current climate models.
The problem is that there are no plausible models or anything that will remotely pass for one at this time.

Watch this interview with Dr. Hossenfelder a research fellow at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies and dark matter researcher as she discusses the modeling problem. She does a pretty good job of explaining the problems with the models and computers in layman's terms which is always a nice touch. Then read her opinion article in the times linked below.
See what you think.
her NYT article on limitations of computers and models, that lead to the interview.
 
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