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The Maunder Minimum was a time within the Little Ice Age (1645-1715) where there was little sunspot activity and colder temperatures.

The Maunder Minimum was a time within the Little Ice Age (1645-1715) where there was little sunspot activity and colder temperatures. One the other hand, there was a period in the North Atlantic Region (950-1250) we refer to as the Medieval Climate Anomaly.

  • In your opinion, are we in a climate anomaly, in a period of natural warming, or in a time of anthropogenic (human made) induced climate change?
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