I tried to find a graph that had all the solar cycles numbered because I know it's hard for you with a 'hi skule dee-ploma' but you'll just have to rely on the dates."c the beef" bluffed:
Solar activity cycle is weakest in a century...http://www.space.com
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You're right. Here's what our current cycle looks like in comparison with the last three cycles. Cycle 21 started in 1976.
Even your own data shows, TSI was weakest in the 2000-09 period, but no Earth global temperatures retreated to early 20th century temperatures.
Climate is not caused by a single factor although solar energy is a main factor as it is the only source of heat energy. Also climate is not a 'real time' reaction to various input. Lag times are evident in all climate factors.
The first graph is a comparison of our recent and current cycle activity to the cycles that preceded and were evident during the Dalton Minimum.
The second graph is a history of the high activity of the solar cycles from about 1750 forward.
Solar activity has patterns. And the pattern of activity we see today is very much like that of the 1770s thru the Dalton Minimum.
If you want colder temps, then this pattern indicates you're going to get them.