Modern Warming and the 35-Year Cool Period Within
The World War II and post war period was a time of tremendous industrial growth from 1940 to 1975. However this 35-year period turned colder during the Modern Warming. The benchmark CO2 record of the Mauna Loa Laboratory continued its annual rise in CO2 – failing to record the cool period.
Five different observational records did record this cool period. Two different solar records do match the cooling! Figures are provided for this proof.
KeywordsCarbon dioxide Climate change Solar magnetic field Sunspots
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