The Sun plays an important role in global climate. Since ancient times it has contributed to the formation of cold and hot periods. But climate radicals seem to be carefully ignoring this factor. Why? After all, the Sun is obviously always “wobbly” a bit, which also affects energy radiation to Earth.
Most people think that the Earth (and all the other planets) revolve around the Sun in an ellipse that is stationary at the center of our solar system. Our central star is considered to be a fixed fixed point. But a comprehensive study indicates that the forces at work (gravity, electromagnetism, etc.) paint a much more complex picture, which also has an impact on sunspot activity, among other things.
Italian scientists Nicola Scafetta and Antonio Bianchini took a closer look and discovered that the Sun “wobbles” or “wobbles”. The graphs in the study’s tweet above show the wobbly Sun’s motion from 1944 to 2020 (a) and the Sun’s distance and motion relative to the solar system’s center of gravity from 1800 to 2020. As you can clearly see, there are comparatively strong ups and downs.
Even though this study does not focus on global climate, it makes clear an important point that climate fundamentalists ignore. Because even though the Earth revolves around the Sun in an ellipse, the distance from the Sun is nowhere near as uniform as is often portrayed. However, it – along with sunspot activity – also contributes to the climate on Earth (and other planets). And what’s more, these impacts on global climate are beyond any human control capabilities.
The animation in the above tweet roughly depicts how our solar system moves in space, although the “wobble” of the Sun is not included. But these small fluctuations caused by the Sun’s gravitational changes cannot be ignored.
The influence of solar activity on the global climate is also confirmed by another study conducted by 37 scientists, according to which a significant part of the so-called “global warming” is distorted by the placement of measurement points in urban areas and, in addition, the Sun. Its activities have no impact on it nor does it have any insignificant part in it.