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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Are cosmic rays a climate change driver?

Henrik Svensmark is a physicist at the Danish National Space Center in Copenhagen who studies the effects of cosmic rays on cloud formation. His work presents hypotheses about solar activity as an indirect cause of global warming; his research has suggested a possible link through the interaction of the solar wind and cosmic rays, [video 53-minutes]. More on recent CERN research from Forbes, The Washington Times, Investor's Business Daily, Physics World, and The Observatory.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Repeat after me; "Climate change is not driven by the sun, it is only driven by CO2". Repeat this phrase 100 times in the morning and 100 times before going to bed. Drink the kool-aid, drink deeply.