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Vukcevic Geomagnetc Weather Correlation – Tidal?

Could the Geomagnetic / Weather correlation found by Vukcevic be driven by Lunar Tidal forces? Continue reading

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Nile Floods, Sunspots, Planets

An interesting paper that ties the history of Nile flood cycles to sunspot cycles and planetary alignments vs the sun and the galactic center. They postulate a theory of planets having differential effects on the solar magnetic field in the galactic wind shadow vs the ‘front’ side. Continue reading

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More TSI variation and big UV variance

An interesting paper that finds TSI more variable in the past than is frequently believed, and finds a very large change in UV. Continue reading

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What Ice Caps?

Ice caps come and go, the Mediterranean comes and goes, human life goes on (as do polar bears, penguins, ducks, geese, elephants…) Continue reading

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2 C degrees up vs 1/2 C down

Can we find historical periods of time that were both warmer and colder than now, where we can show if one was better than the other? “Yes, we can!” Continue reading

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