The only disappointment about the article from my view are its limited comment on the implicationsI think they will be huge. It is this (uncorrected) warmth that has been the basis for so much of the interest in solar contributions to climate change, so that will be seriously impacted, getting us back to where many of us think we should be, with solar changes in heating being weighted about equally with GHG changes in heating and not having to search out all sorts of exotic feedbacks to show how a small solar change could have a disproportionately large effect. So, I think it will mean the detection-attribution studies weigh solar less and find the human influence going back further in time. [Mike MacCracken]
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