Yesterday NASA released a report that says the solar wind has reached its lowest point in 50 years. Actually, the lowest point since satellites were available to measure it. The inconvenient news is that the pressure of the solar wind has dropped 20% between the mid-1990s and the most recent four years. (Drop in temperature and density).
That correlates with the flat-to-declining global temperature in the same period. Could variations in the sun be more important to the earth's atmosphere than human industrialization? Are we really unimportant on a planetary scale? Read the last sentence of the NASA report. "The potential for discovery is breathtaking."
The global warming story is wearing thin with each new bit of news.
I think the story of the boy who cried wolf wolf too many times (the townspeople stopped listening to him) needs an addendum. After the townspeople stopped listening he started yelling about cougar cougar. This is the second big wolf wolf cry after the global population explosion, by the same people.