The report on fewer sunspots throws a nice curve for the global warming fear crowd.
We don't really know what it means.
Our time studying sunspots covers just 400 years - not a lot of data to discuss the impact on temperature.
But looking at the sun instead of human activity is scary for those who want change.
The sun is out of their control.
They should look forward to the opportunity.
If temperatures drop or remain steady as sunspots drop, then they'll better understanding the problem.
If temperatures rise while the sun's output reduces, then it's full steam ahead for them.
But the quest for control can't wait.