Tag Archives: drought

Egyptian Dark Ages

A very readable and complete paper on the Egyptian Dark Ages or Intermediate Periods. I point out that they match, in time, periods of low solar activity per the prior posting referenced paper. Continue reading

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Why A Henge?

Why was a henge built, and does when say anything about why? What does the moon have to do with it? Continue reading

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Ahab, California, Drought and Me

Some things never change. While California has had a dramatic change of development, some cultural artifacts look to be persistent. The drought of the 1841 period also was a hinge point of history for us, here. Continue reading

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Great Famine of 1315 vs The Sun

Is there a pattern match or observable between the history of Solar Minima events, solar angular momentum, weather, and famine? Continue reading

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Drought is not a Global Warming sign

The present midwest dought is absolutely normal and does not in any way indicate “Global Warming”. There have been far worse droughts in the past and far longer. Continue reading

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