Knowing that solar irradiance dropped suddenly from 2003 onwards tells us the rough timing of the fall in temperature that’s coming (just add a solar cycle length).
What it doesn’t tell us is the amplitude — the size of the fall.
To recap — using an optimal Fourier Transform, David Evans discovered a form of notch filter operating between changes in sunlight and temperatures on Earth.
This means there must be a delay — probably around 11 years.
The discovery of this delay is a major clue about the direction of our future climate.
The flickers in sunlight run a whole sunspot cycle ahead of some other force from the sun.
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