Muistakaa, että vaikka Hansen ja muut Co2-vouhottajat painottavat ettei auringolla ole mitään roolia nykyisessä lämpenemisessä, tucin mainostamaa konsensusta ei todellakaan ole aurinkotutkijoiden keskuudessa asiasta.
"... I have referred before to the confirmed slowdown of the Gulf Stream, the effect of major endothermic polar ice melt and forecast reduction in solar activity after 70 years of extreme activity not seen for 8000 years before. The Stratosphere is cooling and ice is building on the South Pole. Most of these major natural processes that we are witnessing now are interdependent and occur at the end of each interglacial period, ultimately causing sudden long term cooling."
"A direct measure of the strength of the solar polar fields will be possible during 2007-2008, when Ulysses makes another pass over the solar poles. A finding by Ulysses that the sun's polar fields had significantly weakened would support the hypothesis that solar activity is declining. It would also tend to support the prediction that solar maximum of Sunspot Cycle No 25 would be much smaller than has been observed during the last 150 years or so. It would be a strong indicator of a very cold global climate ahead."
"According to sim hypothesis, Sunspot Cycles No 25 and 26 will be smaller and weaker than Sunspot Cycle No 24, which will be smaller and weaker that Sunspot Cycle No 23, and the earth will enter a little ice age. According to this analysis, as the sun enters Sunspot Cycle No 26, the earth's climate is expected to be much the same as it was during the Dalton Minimum cold period from the 1790s to the 1820s."
"It is to be hoped that in its next series of publications, the IPCC includes in its modelling of climate change the consequences of reductions in solar activity expected during Sunspot Cycles No 24, 25 and 26."