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Default Hottest Arctic winter ever recorded

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". researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Solar Research in Germany
report the sun has been burning more brightly over the last 60 years,
accounting for the 1 degree Celsius increase in Earth's temperature over
the last 100 years."


Solanki's research has been quoted as being part of the Global warming
controversy, for instance in an article in the in
2004[9][10] as taking a sceptical position:

³the impact of more intense sunshine on the ozone layer and on cloud cover
could be affecting the climate more than the sunlight itself
But the same research has been quoted as being evidence for global warming
in a News release from the Max Planck Society[11] where he is quoted as

³since about 1980, while the total solar radiation, its ultraviolet
component, and the cosmic ray intensity all exhibit the 11-year solar
periodicity, there has otherwise been no significant increase in their
values. In contrast, the Earth has warmed up considerably within this time
period. This means that the Sun is not the cause of the present global


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