Tag Archives: Moon

A Remarkable Lunar Paper and Numbers on Major Standstill

Times of Major Lunar Standstill are special. Very old data matters. The basic value of a computer simulation is to illustrate where our understanding is wrong so we can go back to that very old data and learn something new. It’s the Moon and Sun that matter most. Continue reading

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Master Of Druidry

I have a “Master of Druidry” now. We don’t know much about what they new, but there are good clues they were more in touch with natural lunar weather cycles than are we, now. Continue reading

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Why Weather has a 60 year Lunar beat

Why is there a nearly 60 year cycle in weather events, like the PDO flip? Perhaps due to a product of lunar cycles and earth rotation rate… Continue reading

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Australia, Bushfires, a Lunar Cycle?

Does Australia get especially hot and dry ‘fire conditions’ at particular times of the lunar tidal cycles? Was 1851 rather a lot like now? Continue reading

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Lunar Cycles, more than one…

A look at some Lunar cycles and how they might interact with the oceans creating weather patterns and long duration cycles. Continue reading

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