Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Solar Variations Not Behind Global Warming - Study

The sun's changing energy levels are not to blame for recent global warming and, if anything, solar variations over the past 20 years should have had a cooling effect, scientists said on Wednesday.

Their findings add to a growing body of evidence that human activity, not natural causes, lies behind rising average world temperatures, which are expected to reach their second highest level this year since records began in the 1860s.

Damn, damn, damn! First the cosmic ray idea went down in flames; now we can't blame solar cycles either. This is getting out of hand!


Anna said...

Could it be something WE did?

Mac said...


No! It can't be! No! Anything but that!

church lady said...

Hmmm. Well, well, well. Could it be
...SATAN!? (cue the dramatic music)