Tag Archives: sun

Tides, Vectors, Scalars, Arctic Flushing, and Resonance

A brief look at why ignoring the direction of lunar tide forces is a bad idea, and why just looking at the size of the scalar portion is not the path to understanding. Continue reading

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Does Anybody Really Know What TSI It Is?

Turns out TSI is a mess an one of the best solar researchers on the planet (IMHO) thinks were up for a Grand Minimum and lower TSI leading to a little ice age. Continue reading

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Why Land Air Temperature is Exactly Wrong

It isn’t CO2 and IR that matters. It is water and UV. How the planets stir the sun, and cause the moon to stir our oceans. That can account for all the observed changes, both recently and in the past, and predicts our future.

It is the mass of the oceans that control the air temperatures, not some IR from a gas. This is observed in present land temperature patterns. Water determines temperatures, not CO2. Continue reading

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The Fallacy of Trapped Heat

“Global Warming” depends on storing heat for decadal scales. It simply does not happen. 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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