A little ice age, in other words.
Solar physicists at the ultra-warmist Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) are warning that Europe may be facing “a mini ice age” due to a possible protracted solar minimum,” says sott.net.
The Berliner Kurier writes:
“That’s the conclusion that solar physicists of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research reached when looking at solar activity.”
But don’t worry, the effects would be only regional, says wetter.at.
“While local effects are possible,” and while “the United Kingdom and Central Europe would be subjected to the influence of cold winds from the northeast (this would have) “no effect on global warming.”
“While local effects are possible,” the wetter.at article asserts, “the solar activity has little impact on global warming.”
Whatever has happened to common sense?
Thanks to Don Brown for these links