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Name: Tom E.
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Age: 50s
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Date: 9/23/2004


Question:
Has there been an increase or decrease in the temperature of the sun in the last 50-100 years? If so, how much?


Replies:
The short answer is 'no'.

Solar temperature variation works at a considerably slower rate than centuries.

Howard Barnes.



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