Re: the answer is no

Posted by
DA Morgan on Jun 17, 2002 at 12:43

Re: the answer is no (Southern Man)

I have no doubt that a difference in output of the sun of 1/100th of 1% would be significant: Perhaps less. But what I consider is not of much relevance.

We know, for example, that the eruption of the Mt. Pinatubo volcano affected global climate in a measurable way. Factor that in and see what comes out. It certainly did not absorb or reflect 10% of the sun's energy. 1%? Not hardly. So the value to produce measurable affect is quite a bit smaller. How much smaller I don't know.

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