Looks like we have a failure of communication.Slick Willie wrote:
Solar "irradiance" is only part of the equation.
Well, here is one of your loony-lefty sites. Now, look at the graph and particularly 2007. Also note they they claim cosmic radiation levels have been going DOWN for the past 50 years!!!
But here is another source which says the exact opposite. AND, OMG, there is that magic date of 2007 AGAIN!!!
Cosmic Rays Hit 50-Year High
by SPACE.com Staff | September 29, 2009
The cause of the surge is solar minimum, a deep lull in the sun's activity that began around 2007 and continues today. Researchers have long known that cosmic rays go up when solar activity goes down, because strong solar activity inflates and bolsters a protective bubble around our entire solar system.
Rougetard said he had NASA's prediction of tropospheric cooling.
Where is it Rougetard?
So when asked for NASA's prediction of tropospheric cooling why did the Rougetard provide a graph of solar irradiance vs. time?