The role of cosmic rays in climate change

Chief of the world's leading physics lab at CERN in Geneva banned scientists from the findings of the largest experiment. CLOUD ("Cosmics Leaving Outdoor Droplets") experiment examines the role that energetic particles from space to play in the formation of clouds. CLOUD uses CERN proton synchrotron to examine nucleation. CERN Director General Rolf-Dieter Heuer told Welt Online, that scientists should refrain from the conclusions of the last experiment. "I asked my colleagues to present the results clearly, but not to interpret them," said the veteran, science editor Nigel Calder on his blog. Why? Because, Heuer says, 'What would once in a very political arena debate on climate change. It is necessary to make clear that cosmic radiation is only one of many parameters. "Unusual" gagging order "could have been released, because the results of CLOUD are really, really boring, muses Calder. Or could it be that the experiment invites unacceptable from political point of view of the hypothesis on the climate. CLOUD experiment builds on earlier experiments by Danish physicist Henrik Svensmark, who demonstrated that cosmic rays produce seeds for clouds. tiny changes in the Earth's cloud cover may be due to changes in temperature by a few degrees. Number of Ultra-thin condensation nuclei (UFCN) of a material depends on the amount of background light rain, which varies depending on the intensity of the solar magnetic field and the magnetic field of the Earth. Speaking at a private event attended by El Reg earlier this year, Svensmark, who has nothing to do with the cloud do not pull. He said that it was one of the four essential factors: anthropogenic factors, volcanoes, "regime change" in the mid-70's, and cosmic rays. Number of cosmic rays, therefore, affect the climate, but it is not considered then, the IPCC "consensus" science in general. Calder said: "CERN has joined a long line of lesser institutions obliged to remain politically correct about the man-made global warming hypothesis. It's OK to enter "high political arena debate on climate change," if your results endorse man-made warming, but only if they support Svensmark heresy that the Sun affects the climate by influencing the cosmic ray influx and cloud formation. "-Register

Those of you who have read my book, you know that I have devoted an entire chapter to talk exclusively about the deleterious effects of cosmic rays and how they affect many processes in the world of the temperature for the growth of flora. It may have even the most remarkable that this study is suppressed at this time on anthropogenic global warming agenda. —Extinction Protocol

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