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Sunspot lull may bring on new ice age
Many quiet periods
The Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file) - Boston, Mass.
Author: By Robert C. Cowen Staff correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor
Date: Mar 30, 1977
Start Page: 25
Pages: 1
Section: Science
Abstract (Document Summary)

What would happen if the sun turned off its surface action? If there were no sunspots, no outflows to cause aurorae or magnetic storms on earth? John A. Eddy of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics thinks it might cause such climatic shifts as the cold period that afflicted Iron Age people or the Little Ice Age cold peak in the 17th century.

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