Daily Archives: June 2, 2008

Livingston and Penn paper: “Sunspots may vanish by 2015″.

From the “I hope to God they are flat wrong department”, here is the abstract of a short paper on recent solar trends by William Livingston and Matthew Penn of the National Solar Observatory in Tucson. It was sent to … Continue reading

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Solar Cycle 24 Could Be 13 Years Long – Cooler Times Ahead?

On Climate Audit’s unthreaded comment forum, David Archibald noted some interesting facts about the solar cycle lengths and upcoming Solar Cycle 24, and provided the graph above. Solar Cycle 20 was slightly longer than average at 11.6 years. The average … Continue reading

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