Tag Archives: history

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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Hekla-ing Egypt

Are historical patterns repeating to some extent? Is the Egypt / Hittite / Sea People / Canaan pattern shaping up for a repeat? Does Hekla play a role in that repeating dynamic? And can past “Intermediate Periods” give us a clue what happens when cold times, volcanoes, and political unrest mix in the region? Continue reading

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Is there A sea level?

There seems to be plenty of evidence that ‘sea level’ is not doing anything out of the ordinary at all, and that it was significantly higher as recently as 1000 years ago. Continue reading

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I’m Hispanic, who knew?

Near as I can tell, I’m Hispanic. Hey, I don’t make the rules, I just follow them. Wherever they may lead… 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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