I was watching, again, the WUWT-TV video with Dr. Sebastian Lüning. He had a slide up about Bond Events and the synchronization with rain. Something bothered me about it. All the peaks lined up and all, but they had rain increasing and temperature increasing AND a Bond Event grey bar… that is temperature decreasing. Then I finally noticed the temp and precipitation were for Australia. So this posting is just to wonder out loud: Does this indicate that Bond Events are of opposite direction in the two hemispheres? That the N. Hemisphere goes cold when the S. Hemisphere goes hot?
So I’m seeing more rain, and higher temperatures in Australia, along with the gray bar for a Bond Event in the Northern Hemisphere. Right?
Here’s the video. It comes at about 17 minutes.
That’s all I have on this one, at the moment. It looks to me like one of two conditions. Either I’ve misunderstood the graph and something got inverted somewhere, or there is an inverse relationship of cold in the Northern Hemisphere with warm wet Australia. So I’m hoping a few more ‘eyes on it’ will tell me where I screwed up, or that it really says that.
The book, in German, that likely explains it all.
And this graph seems to show evidence for a ’1/2 Period Event’ in every other cycle. It’s that “bump” up between the Bond Events just before the Little Ice Age and the one two periods back from that one.
In an earlier posting I’d speculated on the potential for a half period event based on major historical events. This makes it look like a ‘skip beat’ pattern or cycles that line up every other Bond Event cycle. It looks like a regular 700 ish year event that occasionally has an interference pattern and skips one.