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Exploding Stars Influence Climate of Earth

Dr. Svensmark of the Danish National Space Center and his colleagues have conducted some unique and exciting experiments that result in a paradigm shift in climate science.

Their experiments confirmed that cosmic rays, by ionising molecular particles, provide nuclei for condensation of water vapour, thereby significantly influencing cloud cover on the planet.

In periods of high electro-magnetic activity in the sun, such as occured during the past century, cosmic rays are deflected, resulting in a reduction of clouds. This effect plus greater direct radiation from the sun is likely a significant factor in global warming.

Unlike biased computer simulations with uncertain inputs and questionable feedback programs as used by anthropogenic Global Warming proponents, this is the first time that ( in the honoured tradition of the "scientific method" ) Climate Change theories have been the subject of a confirming experiment.

This discovery was announced on October 4th 2006 in the Proceedings of the Royal Society A, published by the Royal Society, the British national academy of science. To review, click here

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