I like to think what we say on this site is also found on impartial and non AGW bias sites, but how wrong can you be.
I was doing some research for one of our new site's (yes one of our new site's) SolarCycle25.Com (SC25.Com) and thought I would check out some data on the "Dalton Minimum
" using good old Wikipedia, I should have known better! This is what they have to say...
The Dalton Minimum was a period of low solar activity, named for the English meteorologist John Dalton, lasting from about 1790 to 1830. Like the Maunder Minimum and Spörer Minimum, the Dalton Minimum coincided with a period of lower-than-average global temperatures. The Oberlach Station in Germany, for example, experienced a 2.0° C decline over 20 years. The Year Without a Summer, in 1816, also occurred during the Dalton Minimum.
The precise cause of the lower-than-average temperatures during this period is not well understood. Recent papers have suggested that a rise in volcanism was largely responsible for the cooling trend.
So this article, found on the renowned public encyclopedia (Wikipedia) NEARLY says it was due to low solar cycles and then says we had some volcanic activity at the same time and therefore we can't say that low solar cycles are the cause of "global cooling"
This is only a guess, could it be that low Solar activity and volcanic eruptions are related? I'd go further, do we have more global catastrophes during low solar activity?
I had a look at the following article from ThePeoplesVoice.Org and found this
GLOBAL TEMPERATURE TRENDS FROM 2500 BC TO 2008 AD
I think the answer could be YES we do have more "global catastrophes during low solar activity", more on that later.
Fingers crossed Piers Corbyn will help me out.