Stephen Wilde has been a Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society since 1968. The first article from Mr Wilde The link between solar cycle length and decadal global temperature
was received with a great deal of interest throughout the Co2 Sceptic community.
In this second article from Stephen Wilde, he expose's a serious flaw in the IPCC modellers parameters for the changes to the Earths Climate in recent decades.
The reader will find, the argument put forward in support of this article may have significant implications for the assumptions made by the IPCC on the influence of the Sun to the Earth as a result of this work.
FAILURE OF IPCC TO PROPERLY CONSIDER SOLAR INFLUENCE
As I understand it the solar effect on climate has been discounted by the climate modellers because the variation in total solar irradiance between the peak and the trough of a single eleven year (approximately) solar cycle seems far too small to make any difference to global temperature.
There are a number of problems with their assumption as follows:-
The concept of total solar irradiance is purely a convenient construct. We do not know all the different mechanisms by which the sun can have an influence on global temperature either directly or indirectly. The use of the word “total” is therefore misleading. Even the concept of irradiance is vague and maybe incomplete.