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This is sunspot number 1024. In 2009, solar observers has been very concerned about the lack of solar activity. This sunspot is a sign of hope.

The image was taken by Laurent Langelez with a Sky-Watcher telescope of 254/1200 and a Televue barlow x2 using several filters: UV-IR Baader, Astrosolar densiter photo, continuum Baader. The DMK-31au03 was the video recorder getting 2000 subframes processed with Registax 5.

2015-11-13 12:06:34       
A good articleI do not tatolly agree however on the Cap and trade part being a transfer of wealth, for example the EU emissions trading scheme was for industry only, although very beaurocratic it allowed projects that increased energy efficiency (waste heat recovery, upgrades to more efficient turbines etc)in industry to become financially viable. OAnd although still a hypothesis we must remember it has been the most peer reviewed piece of science ever.
2015-10-18 16:03:03       
I am unfortunately old enugoh to recall the fearmongering put forth by many in the "climate science" community during the 70s regarding the onset of the next ice age. Sure enugoh, it was proposed that mankind with his infinite responsibility for all things terrestrial should produce and spread upon the polar caps and the advancing glaciers SOOT! Its blackness would absorb the sun's heat and this would offset the cooling. You simply can't make this shit up. Perhaps the Gore family was invested in the carbon black industry?
2012-10-07 17:36:17       
Standard Contradictory Disclaimer : The fact that scientists difefr does not, of course, mean that each side has a point. Sorting through all of this would take time and expertise and I will guarantee you that no local blogger has done the work necessary to definitively pronounce on this. Except for RoJo and Esenberg, where merely mentioning a possible co-factor in climate change shows that you are wise enough to be making policy decisions about it. Those silly scientists, what are they thinking? Are they even investigating this properly, and if they do, aren't they likely to be injecting their own personal opinions into the limited data? I don't know, I'm just asking the question!If only this healthy skepticism and acceptance of the limits of human knowledge and endeavor could be applied to expectations about public works projects like sewers.
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