As the Sun is giving off more heat does it have any effect on our global warming?



Look up 10 or so questions above this one- the sun is giving off LESS heat and has been for the last 6 years or so.

Life on Earth depends on energy coming from the Sun. About half the light reaching Earth's atmosphere passes through the air and clouds to the surface, where it is absorbed and then radiated upward in the form of infrared heat. About 90 percent of this heat is then absorbed by the greenhouse gases and radiated back toward the surface, which is warmed to a life-supporting average of 59 degrees Fahrenheit (15 degrees Celsius).

Rumour has it that the sun is, in fact, cooling.

Maybe that explains the record cooling of the past two years?

<From February 2016 to February 2018 (the latest month available) global average temperatures dropped 0.56°C. You have to go back to 1982-84 for the next biggest two-year drop, 0.47°C—also during the global warming era. All the data in this essay come from GISTEMP Team, 2018: GISS Surface Temperature Analysis (GISTEMP). NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (dataset accessed 2018-04-11 at >>

The Sun isn't giving off more heat. The Sun is close to sunspot minimum, after the lowest sunspot maximum in over a century.

Earth is warming because of humans burning fossil fuels, not the Sun.

the sun is cooling and earth warming.

No. Solar flares are transient and do not influence global warming or climate change. One factor directly responsible for climate change is CO2 emission. Reduce this, and we are on the right track.

Currently the Sun is transitioning into an inactive cycle where the Sun's energy level (total solar irradiance) is decreasing and is at a 200 year low. Another Sun observation is sun spots numbers and they have also decreased to 200 year lows.

The chart below better illustrates what is currently happening during this Sun cycle called a Solar Grand Minimum. All the predictions shown are coming true, the Earth will be cooling for the next 30 or so years. Global Cooling has begun.

its possible