How do sunspots affect global warming?



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    Sunspots do not effect global “warming”, because the cosmic rays they release create clouds which have a net COOLING effect on the Earth. It would be more proper to say that sun spots effect climate change and the formation of cloud cover. There is increasing evidence linking sunspots to the release of cosmic rays, which are in turn linked to increased cloud formation on Earth. Clouds have high albedo (reflectiveness), this means they reflect much of the incoming solar radiation back into space, instead of letting the Earth absorb it.

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