Sebastian Luning presents “The Neglected Sun: How the IPCC Managed to Forget Natural Variability in Their Climate Models” at the Ninth International Conference on Climate Change at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas
The affect of the activity of the sun on climate change has been either scarcely known or overlooked. In this momentous book, distinguished German scientists Professor Dr Fritz Vahrenholt and Dr Sebastian Luning, demonstrate that the critical cause of global temperature change has been, and continues to be, the sun. Vahrenholt and Luning reveal that four concurrent solar cycles master the temperature of the earth – a climatic reality upon which human carbon emissions bear little significance. The present cooling phase of the sun, precisely monitored in this work, renders the catastrophic prospects put about by the Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change and the green agenda dominant in contemporary Western politics as nothing less than impossible.
Recent research by Professor Valentina Zharkova (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 activity reduce significantly into the middle of the century, producing conditions similar to those last seen in the 1600s – during the Maunder Minimum. This may have implications for temperatures here on Earth. Future solar cycles will serve as a test of the astrophysicists’ work, but some climate scientists have not welcomed the research and even tried to supress the new findings.