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There Probably Won't Be A "Mini Ice Age" In 15 Years (but we might get a break from Global Warming)

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We might get a 30-year break from Global Warming in 15 years, however.  This means a lot.  Not only will the cooling due to the sun's change in magnetic fields give us a break from GW, but it will buy us time to reverse the fossil fuel culture that causes it....if we are smart enough to take advantage of it.  A look at the Maunder Minimum.

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