Sunspots



02/20/2022 19:51 - Posted by Tom van Leeuwen
This article is partly based on the thorough research done by Freek van Leeuwen on the scientists Valentina Zharkova and Willie Soon and their work on sunspots.

As we have seen in recent weeks, new research indicates that there is no increased CO2 emissions. global warming, and that only 12% of the increase in atmospheric CO2 concentration is due to human action.

Good news, then, but then the question arises where the heating comes from, which many people feel and which can also be seen in the monthly charts of the satellite measurements.

Natural causes
Some possible natural causes for this warming are:
  • Solar activity, visible as sunspots
  • The H2O Greenhouse Effect
  • Clouds
  • Ocean currents and upwellings
  • Urban Heat Islands
We will devote a separate article to these possible causes in the coming weeks.

Sunspots
A sunspot is the visible part of an energy burst in the sun. Sunspots indicate increased solar activity. They do not release energy themselves, but are useful for determining solar activity from a great distance.

According to the Russian mathematician and astronomer Prof. Dr. Valentina Zharkova, the sun works like a double dynamo. Both alternators work independently of each other and complement each other. Their energy yield is not constant, but has the shape of a wave. The wavelength of one dynamo is 11 years and one wave of the second dynamo lasts between 350 and 400 years. The total energy yield of the sun is the sum of both wave movements, as shown in the picture.


The result of these wave movements is noticeable on the planets. Over the past thousands of years, Earth has experienced colder and warmer periods, all of which seem to be in step with the long solar cycle.


It's Dr. Zharkova succeeded in drawing up a mathematical formula with which she can predict the solar cycles. Not only does the formula appear to work for past the warm and cold periods of the Holocene, but also since it was drawn up, the formula corresponds to the actual number of sunspots and thus, the solar activity.

Prediction
Based on this working formula, Dr. Zharkova predicts a gradual decrease in Earth's temperature for the coming decades. The minimum will be about 1.8°C colder than today and will be reached in about 30 years.



Tom van Leeuwen, February 20, 2022

 

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