There are no studies or research or experiments showing the sun to be a contributing factor in climate change, let alone a major contributing factor.
#48 | Posted by Sycophant
Comparing two different things? Is that not what factors are, different things?
"This temperature inversion is a big mystery that no one has been able to explain," says Nicola Fox, project scientist for the Parker Solar Probe, the NASA mission that aims to finally get close to the sun."
"That's close enough to find answers to the sun's 'other' big mystery: what creates the solar wind, the charged particles that accelerate from the sun and wreak havoc on Earth's electrical systems."
If science, to now, is unable to explain such a massive temperature inversion & its causes, how could science possibly arrive at the conclusion that the sun is not a significant factor, or a factor at all?
And, if this is a mission which takes us closer to the sun than we've ever been, with science not even knowing what data, specifically, that may be gathered from it, does this not point to unknown variables which could become factors? Again, especially when coupled with a weakening of our magnetic field. Which is yet another factor in itself.
What I am questioning is, what I consider to be, a significant lack of plausible factors which remain unknown to us. As you pointed out, 'There are no studies or research or experiments showing the sun to be a contributing factor in climate change.'
This experiment/research/study on the sun & its corona goes further than any I'm aware of before, and should result in far more data than we've ever had as well.