Tag Archives: Arctic

Arctic Flushing and Interglacial Melt Pulses

Does the specific depth of the Arctic Ocean channels and edges correlate with the melt water pulses of ocean rise in the start of this Interglacial? Would a lunar ‘kicker’ start the melt at those sensitive ocean depths? Continue reading

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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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Arctic Standstill Tropical Saros

Are the polar weather cycles driven by the 18.6 year cycle of Lunar orbitals shifts? Are the poles marching to a N./S. tug from declination while the tropics are pulled by the alignment / eclipse Saros? In any case, the Moon looks to rule. Continue reading

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Gail Combs Notices The Cold and The Clock

Current snow driven weather, where it comes from, and what I think it means. All from a nicely packaged comment by Gail Combs in a comment on WUWT. Continue reading

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Is there a Polar Alternation cycle?

Is there a decadal or multiyear oscillation between the Arctic and Antarctic temperatures? Is the Arctic warm because it’s very cold in Antarctica now? Continue reading

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Low / No Ice Arctic 5000 BC

The Arctic has been warmer, and ice free or nearly so. The net result was a very livable Sahara and the start of pastoralism. Continue reading

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Arctic Melting

The Arctic regularly melts… some folks don’t understand that this is a good thing… Continue reading

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