Tag Archives: Glacial

The Moon’s Orbit is Wrong, It Can Change a Lot, And Tides Will Too

What we don’t know about time and tides, and the moon, could fill volumes. This is a bit we do know. It can make bigger tides than we know have, and that can change the global temperatures. This matters, and perhaps it has in the past, too. Continue reading

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Civilization in the Ice Age

What did the world look like during the last Ice Age, and what does that say about likely locations for ancient civilizations? Continue reading

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Interesting Change of Season Length

The Northern Hemisphere gets longer summers and shorter winters for the next couple of thousand years. This is a good thing, as it can help keep the North Pole melted and the Ice Age Glacial away. Continue reading

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Annoying Lead Time Graph

A most annoying graph of the present risks to our climate, and it isn’t warming. Continue reading

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Galactic Collisions and Our Ice Age

Our sun comes from the Sagittarius Galaxy and we merged into The Milky Way. This has very large implications for much of our evolutionary and geologic history, yet is largely ignored in “The Standard Narrative”. Continue reading

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