Sorry to burst the bubble, but it's already been considered and won't seriously affect the present increases in temperature.
On the effect of a new grand minimum of solar activity on the future climate on Earth
The scientific community has nearly always been wrong in history anyway. In the Middle Ages, they were going to excommunicate Galileo because the entire scientific community said the Earth was flat... I mean, it is absolutely bizarre that the people who can't tell us what the ******* weather is next Tuesday can predict with absolute precision what the ******* global temperatures will be in 100 years' time. It's horseshit.
As per usual O'Leary talks shite. Firstly, Galileo wasn't put through the wringer by the 'scientific community', there wasn't one at the time for starters, he was done by the church. In modern times substitute politicians for the church and you have a similar comparison. Secondly it was nothing to do with Flat Earth, it was down to the primacy of the Earth's position in the universe. Thirdly, chaotic processes average out over time and become predictable, which is why climate scientists talk about temperature changes over time, not the absolute temperatures. You can't say that it will be at 31.5 C at 12:00 noon 18 Jun 2050 in Trafalger Square, but you could say that the average temperature in the UK might be 0.5 deg C higher than it was this year (both figures just pulled out of the air as part of a description, don't hold me to them).Michael O'Leary. Ryan Air Boss, talking to the Independent