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Fraser
2009-May-01, 07:00 PM
People looking for new ways to explain climate change on Earth have sometimes turned to cosmic rays, showers of atomic nuclei that emanate from the Sun and other sources in the cosmos.*But new research, in press in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, says cosmic rays are puny compared to other climatic influences, including greenhouse gases [...]

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KaiYeves
2009-May-02, 02:43 PM
Cosmic rays are wimpy? Don't tell the Fantastic Four!

nokton
2009-May-03, 05:41 PM
People looking for new ways to explain climate change on Earth have sometimes turned to cosmic rays, showers of atomic nuclei that emanate from the Sun and other sources in the cosmos.*But new research, in press in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, says cosmic rays are puny compared to other climatic influences, including greenhouse gases [...]

More... (http://www.universetoday.com/2009/05/01/cosmic-rays-too-wimpy-to-influence-climate/)
Why oh why do people of science betray science. Our carbon output has a toll.
to deny it is to betray reason and logic, better we acknowledge it and find a solution.
Or deal with the consequence. We have the scientific ability to to do this, but do we have the political will?
Nokton