Scientists ponder global warming effects as sun enters era of very few sunspots

By The Christian Science Monitor
Thursday, August 22, 2013 12:54 EDT
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Two billion years from now, an ever-hotter Sun will have cooked the Earth (AFP)
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Global warming: What happens if the sun loses its spots? (via The Christian Science Monitor)

NASA scientists keep a close eye on the sun, seen here without sunspots, in 2007.(NASA/AP) What would happen to global warming if the sun quit producing sunspots for a few decades? The question is of more than passing interest to climate scientists…

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