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Impacts of the sun on climate

19.08.2011 - Environmental Protection

The earth climate is influenced by sun activities and ionised radiation that is transmitted by them in a higher amount than supposed. This is what climate researchers from the Technical University of Denmark in Copenhagen reason from a cloud experiment.

 

The radiation provokes that clouds are built quicker. This is caused by water molecules in the air, which are electrostatically charged by the radiation. That is why the molecules attract each other and lump together. Droplet germs arise. They are responsible for the development of clouds and thus for the precipitation on earth. If this conclusion is true, the electrical charged radiation not only causes polar lights, but also measurable weather effects.

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