Category Archives: AGW Climate Perspective

Articles with a long term perspective on Climate.

Atlantic, Boreal, Cycles and Events

There are, and always have been, cycles in the climate of the Earth. We explore some of the names given to these cycles by various investigators and mention a few historical connections. Continue reading

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Nordic Bronze Age Warm Period

Viking Scandinavia in the Bronze Age was a nice and warm place. 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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Vukcevic Geomagnetc Weather Correlation – Tidal?

Could the Geomagnetic / Weather correlation found by Vukcevic be driven by Lunar Tidal forces? Continue reading

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Of Old Folks Stories and Cycles

My view on the CBC pimping for climate change story… Continue reading

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