Cosmic models explain global warming almost perfectly and forecast cooling in 5-10 years

The IPCC’s model as well as the computer based GCMs (General Circulation Models) have encountered troubles due to the 18 year pause in global warming, Fig. 1. The IPCC’s latest model value is about 35 % greater than the observed temperature (1.15 C versus 0.85 C). According to IPCC, factors other than the anthropogenic drivers increase temperature less than 3 %. Because the error is so large, the dependency of the surface temperature based solely on the GH gas concentrations is no longer justified. There are two cosmic forces, which are capable of affecting the Earth’s climate. The solar radiation corresponds more than 99.9 % of the heat energy on the Earth. Therefore even small fluctuations

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