The study's conclusions distinctly oppose the conclusions of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, The Epoch Times reported Monday.
The new peer-reviewed discoveries, published just as the UN released its sixth "Assessment Report" (AR6), were issued in the international scientific journal Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics. Nearly two dozen scientists settled that previous studies did not sufficiently consider the role of solar energy in outlining heightened temperatures.
AR6 again claimed that human emissions of CO2 unequivocally were to blame for global warming.
However, scientists and solar physicists said the IPCC was "premature" in blaming CO2. They added the UN body's conclusions were based on "narrow and incomplete data about the Sun’s total irradiance."
The study, if approved, could deal a crushing blow to the IPCC's conclusion that human emissions of CO2 are the main cause of global warming.
Based on several people who took part in the new study, The Epoch Times said the IPCC seems to reveal deliberate and systemic preference in what views, studies, and data are included in its reports.
"Depending on which published data and studies you use, you can show that all of the warnings are caused by the sun, but the IPCC uses a different data set to come up with the opposite conclusion," Ronan Connolly, Ph.D. told The Epoch Times.
"In their insistence on forcing a so-called scientific consensus, the IPCC seems to have decided to consider only those data sets and studies that support their chosen narrative."
The connections, from a policy viewpoint, are immense, especially in a field where trillions of dollars are at stake and a dramatic reorganization of the global economy is being proposed, The Epoch Times said.
The new study said that by utilizing plainly available data sets from the U.S. government and other sources, it surely can explain that changes in solar energy account for all of the warming followed in recent decades.
While agreeing that the data sets used by the UN would mean humans are largely to indict, the scientists said that simply choosing different data sets not used by the UN upends the IPCC's conclusion.
The new report calls for additional research to resolve differences between conflicting data sets and studies.
An IPCC spokesman denied wrongdoing by the UN body and said the new study had been accepted for publication after the deadline for consideration, The Epoch Times said.