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Thread: :: The sun is going out
picon face BY : PAUL James email (remove spam text)


This is true.  However, the median value is still 11 years.  In other
words, if you look between two like magnitudes on the sunspot time line,
it could be anywhere between 8 years and 14 years.  If you average the
magnitudes over the timeline, they will average to about 11 years.  Or
11 years plus or minus 3.   Anyway, 11 years is just a reference point.
It isn't carved in stone as you've pointed out.




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