The sun is currently very generous to us but it doesen't matter. We caused this shitshow ourselves.
Why was it stable from *1945 to *1975?
Good question :)
Part of that has to be the sun activeity dropping (1955-1970s).
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The rest? no idea.
Something tells me "sunspots" isnt the full picture, of the effects the sun has on the earth and its temp.
Still theres like 20 year delay, between the blue line and the red one.
Ei. the greenhouse gasses we release today end up effecting us like 15-20 years down the line.
This also means, when we think of problems, we need to think 20 years into the future.
How bad will our climate get, from what we've already released upto today?
Thats the problem with climate change it takes time, so it just slowly creeps up on you.
Alot of people are just willing to say "screw it, not my problem, I'll be dead by then anyways".
It just keeps getting incrementally worse.
However at some point, it ll be so bad, that it'll effect us, and we're reaching that point.