It's the sun stupid, new research shows the effects of cosmic rays on climate.

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It's the sun stupid, new research shows the effects of cosmic rays on climate. 2017-08-10T20:55:16+00:00

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  • Frank CongerFrank Conger
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    new video on research of cosmic rays from the sun and cloud formation on climate here on earth. The video is less than an hour and is very exciting research.

    http://investmentwatchblog.com/science-demonstrating-that-climate-change-is-not-man-made/\

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    ISAACISAAC
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    Thanks frank I will go through. So you mean to say there is no effect of CO emission from vehicle?Your reply is much awaited. easachsidcomagnum@gmail.com

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    Frank CongerFrank Conger
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    Of course there must be attention to pollution of the earth and it’s atmosphere but CO2 has been proven in a number of scientific studies to be a follower of temperature rather than a barometer or even cause of increased temperature. This is simply a political tool being used by those that wish to control populations. In the last 20 years what has REALLY been done to clean up real pollution? The answer is very little. We are not simply a planet sitting statically in a certain coordinate in the universe. We are constantly chasing the SUN in it’s orbit around the galaxy. No doubt conditions at different coordinates will have influence on the Sun and it’s emissions of solar rays and these different positions in the galaxy will have different influences on the climate of the earth. You must remember that we came out of a tiny ice age recently. So, there is going to be a natural up tick in temperature generation to make up for that minnie ice age but since 1880 the mean temperature has only risen .8 degrees C. I think that pretty consistent and so does the 1973 Nobel laureate in physics.

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