Cumulative data from a variety of space probes now shows that the direction of the interstellar wind has shifted during the past forty years.


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Cumulative data from a variety of space probes now shows that the direction of the interstellar wind has shifted during the past forty years.

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  • Don

    Must be the CO2! Call Michael Mann or somebody.

  • Agreed. I would bet next month’s pay that if presented in the right way “Interstellar wind shifting; is Earth-produced CO2 to blame?” you’d generate a whole new class of hysterical environmentalists. “We’re polluting the universe!” I’m almost tempted to put up a spoof website with fake articles and ‘theories’ blaming human activity for this.

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