ABD - Solar Activity
These charts show how climate change is due to solar activity, not to 'man-made global warming'.

The blue chart clearly shows how the 1961-1994 heavy daily winter rainfall pattern mirrors the 11-year solar cycle trend. Data from 1995 to 2000 is predicted, not actual data, but clearly shows how the heavy rainfall and flooding in the winter of 2000 was predictable.

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The orange chart below shows the peak activity for each solar cycle between 1614 and 1990, and the longer term 88 year solar cycle.

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14
  16
45
    17
18
              18
08
              18
98
              19
90

The almost total lack of solar activity between 1645 and 1715 corresponds to the well-known mini ice age of that period, when the Thames froze for several winters to a depth of 10 feet and Frost Festivals were held on it.

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Heavy Daily Winter Rainfall Chart     Solar Activity Chart


Sources:
Rainfall: UEA Climatic Research Unit.
Solar Cycle Activity: Dr László Körtvélyessy, Hungarian Academy of Sciences — see also The Electric Universe