400 years bi-decadal changes in the Earth's magnetic field-GMF (by an order of magnitude larger) closely mirrors the solar magnetic field's trend.
The cosmic ray count is likely to reflect the GeoMagnetic Field rather than the Group Sunspot Number variability.

September 17, 2009

M.A.Vukcevic independent research

Variations in the North hemisphere's temperature are correlated to the Earth's magnetic field vertical component.



March 09, 2011

Jean Dickey of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena:

One possibility is the movements of Earth's core (where Earth's magnetic field originates) might disturb Earth's magnetic shielding of charged-particle (i.e., cosmic ray) fluxes that have been hypothesized to affect the formation of clouds. This could affect how much of the sun's energy is reflected back to space and how much is absorbed by our planet. Other possibilities are that some other core process could be having a more indirect effect on climate, or that an external (e.g. solar) process affects the core and climate simultaneously.




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