Astrophysicist’s new paper on ‘global cooling’ will go to publication
Posted On June 17, 2021
A new paper published on June 13 by astrobiologist, Dr. Michael G. Cook, has been published in the journal Nature.
The paper was co-authored by two other scientists, Michael H. Pasko and J. Michael Strickland.
In the paper, Dr Cook and his colleagues argue that a cooling trend is currently being driven by the Sun’s influence on Earth’s magnetic field.
This is caused by the solar wind and its effects on the Earth’s atmosphere.
The current global cooling trend has been dubbed “global cooling” and it is a result of the Sun influencing the Earth and causing global warming.
The warming trend is driven by solar activity, and the current cooling trend in the tropics is caused mainly by global warming caused by global cooling.
The new paper argues that the current warming trend could be the result of greenhouse gas emissions caused by CO2 in the atmosphere.
Global cooling, or global warming, is caused primarily by the sun’s influence and by the Earth heating up.
In other words, the current global warming trend has nothing to do with CO2 emissions.
The authors argue that it is the Sun that is responsible for causing global cooling and that it may not be long before this cooling trend takes over.
The Earth is a highly dynamic system and the planet has warmed since the end of the last ice age.
The planet’s temperature has increased by about 1°C since the last Ice Age, and scientists are beginning to see evidence of the cooling trend.
This cooling trend can be seen in the surface temperature of the oceans, the amount of snow covering the ground, and ice cores from Greenland, Antarctica, and Siberia.
However, the authors argue it may be the solar activity that is the driving force of the current trend.
They claim that the Sun has an impact on the climate by emitting heat.
This heat is converted into gravitational waves, which are absorbed by the ice and snow that cover the Earth.
The sun emits these waves into space, which cause the Earth to warm and cool.
This process, called solar heating, can have long-term effects on our climate.
The global warming and cooling trends are being driven largely by the influence of solar activity on the atmosphere, which affects Earth’s energy balance and its ability to absorb greenhouse gases.
This effect is responsible to a great extent for the current temperature change, which is causing global average temperatures to be below the average for the past century.
This global cooling is the result, the paper argues, of solar interference with Earth’s climate.
Dr Cook has been studying climate at the University of Washington for almost 50 years.
His research focuses on the role of the Earth in climate change.
In this paper, he argues that human activities are driving the current climate change by driving greenhouse gas emission from the Earth, causing it to warm.
Dr. Cook’s research has been funded by NASA and the National Science Foundation.
A press release on the new paper was released by the Astrophysics Institute of the Pacific and is available here.
The research paper was also published in Science, Nature and The Washington Post.
Dr Michael H Paskov is a professor of physics and astronomy at Washington University in St. Louis.
He has received more than 300 awards, including the American Science Medal for outstanding contributions to the study of the solar system, the prestigious American Physics Society Lifetime Achievement Award, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Pioneer Award, and NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Award.