The danger of the solar activity and how to monitor it?

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The Earth’s climate is heavily affected by the amount of energy radiated onto Earth by the sun. The amount of radiation from the sun influencing Earth and the way in which this radiation is distributed across the various seasons and latitudes around the Earth, is directly influenced by changes in solar activity. Most scientists consider satellite technology the most effective way to solve this issue. What do you think about that?
 
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There certainly is concern for climate change among our scientists. But I have seen false concern before from science. And know better to get excited about it. We now have a solution for the temperature aspect of it. Our sun radiates us from ~200 nanometers to about 2500-3000 nanometers. There is an atmospheric slot at about 10 micrometers in which is a direct path to the cold of space. We now have a passive, cheap tech, that can use this channel. Even in bright sunlight. Microscopic glass beads can absorb the sunlight and IR, and re-broadcast the energy back into space on that different IR channel(10u-meter). Objects can now be lowered to below ambient temps, even in bright sunlight. Some objects can even be lowered to due-point for water collection. All this without any energy input. So, as far as the temp in concerned, we now have a usable free heat sink......for objects on the earth......and the earth itself. Spacecraft too. Without spending energy. Glass beads in paint or film is all that is needed. Several articles are recent about it. Search for "passive radiative cooling" for details. This should be a big industry in the future. A cool car or a cool house will have a different meaning. No batteries needed.
 
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Nov 18, 2020
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There certainly is concern for climate change among our scientists. But I have seen false concern before from science. And know better to get excited about it. We now have a solution for the temperature aspect of it. Our sun radiates us from ~200 nanometers to about 2500-3000 nanometers. There is an atmospheric slot at about 10 micrometers in which is a direct path to the cold of space. We now have a passive, cheap tech, that can use this channel. Even in bright sunlight. Microscopic glass beads can absorb the sunlight and IR, and re-broadcast the energy back into space on that different IR channel(10u-meter). Objects can now be lowered to below ambient temps, even in bright sunlight. Some objects can even be lowered to due-point for water collection. All this without any energy input. So, as far as the temp in concerned, we now have a usable free heat sink......for objects on the earth......and the earth itself. Spacecraft too. Without spending energy. Glass beads in paint or film is all that is needed. Several articles are recent about it. Search for "passive radiative cooling" for details. This should be a big industry in the future. A cool car or a cool house will have a different meaning. No batteries needed.
There is a problem that the Sun does not always radiate equal levels of brightness. It takes 11 years to fulfill just one solar cycle, varying in brightness with the ability to dim throughout this time. The appearance of the sun and its activity varies through each solar cycle, causing the levels of solar radiation emitted to increase and decrease.
 
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If old Sol ever got upset, and did something big out of character, there's nothing we could do about it, but watch. If Sol dimmed or brightened, we would have to adapt to it. When it has a mass ejection, all we can do is turn off grid until it passes. We are at the mercy of Sol. We mostly think of radiation from Sol, but what if it's gravity changed? wee-doggy.

Some scientists and rich fools like bill gates, think we should add something to our atmosphere....or out in space to screen earth. There is an old saying. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. These fools think they understand climate and would end up killing us all. This hysteria is where the true danger is.

The change we will have due to climate will be slow. There will be plenty of time to study and adapt to it. Even if the sea level were to change quickly, it would not be an extinction event. And don't forget, the scientists and people promoting this are human beings. With human motives. Fame, fortune, position, taxation, regulation of human activity.

If human activity is the cause of the danger....then human activity has to be strictly regulated......see how it works.

The perfect bond between science and government. Government justified with science. A real Beast.
 

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