Friday, August 28, 2009

Sun Warms Globe.

Sunspots Do Really Affect Weather Patterns, Say Scientists.

So as I suspected, that giant glowing ball in the sky really does warm the planet. Apparently it causes wild temperature changes every twelve hours from noon to midnight to noon again. And now, its sunspots might actually affect the climate.

No, really? Shocking but true.
A new study in the journal Science by a team of international of researchers led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research have found that the sunspot cycle has a big effect on the earth's weather.

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