The left still endorses slavery but is a bit more subtle about it these days. U.S. solar panel installations plummeted in 2022 as lingering supply chain issues hindered the industry, although forecasters anticipate a bounceback and significant growth over the next decade, according to a joint report from the industry trade group Solar Energy Industries… Read More Slave Labor Helped Disrupt Solar Panel Prices
The 20th century has seen a notable temperature rise, generally attributed to the greenhouse effect of anthropogenic gases, and a future business as usual policy is generally believed to be catastrophic. However, significant evidence indicates that the sun plays a major role in climate change. In this lecture, Professor Nir Shaviv reviews the evidence which… Read More The Cosmic Ray Climate Link
Professors Henrik & Jacob Svensmark discuss the connection between cosmic rays, clouds and climate with the Global Warming Policy Foundation’s Benny Peiser and Jonny Bairstow from Energy Live News.
Recent research by Professor Valentina Zharkova of Northumbria University and colleagues has shed new light on the inner workings of the Sun. If correct, this new discovery means that future solar cycles and variations in the Sun’s activity can be predicted more accurately. The research suggests that the next three solar cycles will see solar… Read More New Solar Research Raises Climate Questions, Triggers Attacks
K9LA’s Amateur Radio Propagation host Carl Luetzelschwab gives a brief update on Solar Cycle 24, and then discusses the implication of the number of days with zero sunspots, the trend of the strength of the magnetic fields around sunspots, the correlation of the duration of solar minimum to the maximum of the next solar cycle,… Read More Solar Topics – Where we’re headed, SC25, and beyond
A video done by a group named Suspicious Observers. They are an online research community that investigates solar activity, climate change, earthquakes, and more. If you would like to know more about the site’s owners, the Pittsburg Tribune-Review published an article about them in June.