Sun spot activity in 2008 was 2nd smallest since 1900 — global cooling?

From: What’s Up With That?

2008 will be coming to a close with yet another spotless days according to the latest solar image.

This will bring the total number of sunspotless days this month to 28 and for the year to 266, clearly enough to make 2008, the second least active solar year since 1900.

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