Tag Archives: Cycles

Early Freeze Tied To Solar Minimums

A Farmer talks about the likely early frost, after a late planting, and the lijely impactvon yields of corn Continue reading

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Bruckner 35 year climate cycles and solar drivers

Back in the late 1800’s Brückner found a solar driven cycle or two in our climate. Recent research kind of confirms it and refines the idea behind the range of periods from 33 ish to 45 ish years. Continue reading

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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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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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