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Where Did the Hurricanes Go ? -- Sun Spots ??


JEast
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We still have time, but as of September 21st there has been no Atlantic land falls this year. We know that this is an El Nino year (though on the mild end) but in a contrary view to the masses of global warming and etc, can record low Sun Spots account for some decreased activity. Based on recent data, we are approaching record sunspot lows.

 

Much like Darwin, when you see something surprising write it down immediately. I found the following quote very surprising, "The year without a summer, which was 1816, was during a grand minimum in 1800 to 1830 when Europe became cooler", Perry said.

 

http://www.cjonline.com/news/local/2009-09-20/earth_approaching_sunspot_records

http://www.global-warming-and-the-climate.com/images/sunspot-lenght-&-teperature.gif

 

 

Cheers

JEast

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