Sun Gets Warmer, Earth Follows

Research just published by Swiss and German scientists confirms that the sun has been burning hotter in recent decades, thereby increasing temperatures on earth.
It stands to reason, of course, that fluctuations in energy emitted by the sun would account, wholly or in part, for temperature variations on earth. In fact, the Trunk and I made this point twelve years ago in one of the first papers we ever published (regrettably, not available on the web), titled “The Global Warming Hoax.” I haven’t updated the research, but at that time, the correlation between temperature variations on earth and solar emissions, as measured by sunspot activity, was astonishingly close.

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