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Is there an association between the tropospheric Δ T and the Intensity of the Intergalactic Cosmic Ray (IICR)? The superposition of the graph on the oscillations in the Tropospheric temperature to compare it with the graph on the Intensity of Cosmic Rays (IICR) that collide with the solar wind, in the Termination Shock zone of the Solar System, seems to demonstrate a direct correlation between the variations of the tropospheric temperature and the IICR. In addition, it could be that the anomaly of the ICR is causing the anomalies observed in the radiating activity of the Sun. FOR A DEEPER REVIEW ON THIS SUBJECT, READ OUR ARTICLE ON THE CORRELATION OF ICR WITH THE TERRESTRIAL GLOBAL WARMING.
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