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28th July 2002
The sun has reached a milestone not seen for nearly 100 years: an entire month has passed without a single visible sunspot being noted.
The event is significant as many climatologists now believe solar magnetic activity – which determines the number of sunspots -- is an influencing factor for climate on earth.
According to data from the Solar Influences Data Center (SIDC), the last time such an event occurred was June of 1913. Sunspot data has been collected since 1749.
This is quite interesting. I wonder if all those greenhouse gases floated through space to make the sun mess with our climate?
Holy crap, no sun spots on the ENTIRE sun!?
Yes thats pretty weird but I doubt it has anything to do with earth.Lol earth gets the blame for everything these days.
Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
Darth Desaevio;4550888Yes thats pretty weird but I doubt it has anything to do with earth.Lol earth gets the blame for everything these days.
You mean the other way around: Sun spots are posibily held reponsible for having an effect on global warming.
OMGZERS!!!! this must mean the sun is gonna explode or something
yeah, no pimples for the sun eh? smooth as a baby... :D