Friday, September 30, 2005

The Sun and Global Warming

Here's another study, this time from Duke University, which says that while man-made emissions play a role in global warming, the sun's activity plays a much larger role than earlier assumed by the climate change computer models:

"The Sun may have minimally contributed about 10 to 30 percent of the 1980-2002 global surface warming," the researchers said in a statement today.

You know when they say
, they're being quite conservative.



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