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Sunspot numbers for October 2009 November 8, 2009

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Sunspot numbers for October 2009

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Month 2008 2009
Jan 3.3 1.3
Feb 2.1 1.4
Mar 9.3 0.7
Apr 2.9 1.2
May 3.2 2.9
Jun 3.4 2.6
Jul 0.8 3.5
Aug 0.5 0
Sep 1.1 4.2
Oct 2.9 4.6
Nov 4.1
Dec 0.8
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1. Magnus A - November 8, 2009

Let’s hope we’ll get a SC24 with at least 60 sunspots a month. A weak solar cycle, indeed. But I hope Penn and Livingstone’s hypothesis about diminishing sunspots is wrong. A little ice age no one wants.

2. amicus curiae - November 11, 2009

magnus, I agree an ice age would be a problem..
but golly!
we could then use all the nasty carbon to heat us:-)
imagine the crowds at the feedlots wanting to get warm off the Nitrogen and methane:-)
uh huh…
what I do worry about is a maunder event, AND a volcano going off bigtime.
and we still! have idiots wanting to release suphur dioxide to shade us..


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