Maybe starting to be convinced about GW

"Researchers at the Institute for Astronomy in Zurich are reporting
that solar sunspot activity is at a 1000-year peak. Records of
sunspots have been kept since 1610. The period between 1645 and 1715
(known as the Maunder Minimum) was a period of very few sunspots.
Researchers extended the record by measuring isotopes of beryllium
(created by cosmic rays) in Greenland ice cores. Based on both
observations and ice core records, we are now at a sunspot peak
exceeding solar activity for any time in the past thousand years."