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To: jazzlover2 who wrote (4652)3/17/2021 10:53:33 AM
From: 3bar  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 5338
 
Never checked it . Probably you are right . Thks !



To: jazzlover2 who wrote (4652)3/18/2021 4:00:23 PM
From: 3bar  Respond to of 5338
 
Have tried to get temps early in 2021 winter for Norway . Google has given me everything but . Am busy with other stuff .



To: jazzlover2 who wrote (4652)3/19/2021 6:58:50 AM
From: 3bar  Respond to of 5338
 
Think it is an early winter for them and as Doug has pointed out this month it is back to more what they understand to be normal .



To: jazzlover2 who wrote (4652)3/19/2021 8:08:53 AM
From: 3bar  Respond to of 5338
 
This is some of his board at youtube .

youtube.com



To: jazzlover2 who wrote (4652)3/20/2021 6:54:04 AM
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  Respond to of 5338
 
He could be a newbee with a little bit of knowledge . However the Earth never warms when sun spot #s are as low as they have been these last 4 years .

spaceweather.com

That is what is not being discussed as it would expose the fraud/deceit . So we are in a transition heading for a cold but no one knows the exact timing . All have a lot of fun speculating .

1/2 down this link is a chart 400 years of sun spot activity . It has a projection up to 2050 .

electroverse.net

From the Eskimo " what do you mean cold up here " .