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A spotless sun

No living scientist has seen the sun behave as strangely as it has lately

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There is another global warming complication to worry about—the Sun. Solar activity is at its lowest point in decades, and there is no sign that the sunspots and solar winds will soon return to normal. Scientists are baffled, and now they are starting to wonder if a sustained period of listlessness from the Sun might throw our global warming calculations out of whack. 
The Independent

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