Tag Archives: sunspots

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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Smoothing Data and not Distorting Data

A very interesting paper on “Differentiating Noisy Non-Smooth Data” and a nice online text book for doing Forecasting using R examples. Continue reading

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Orbital Subtraction and mean anomalies means?

Does relative orbital position drive sunspots? A somewhat different approach in a graph. Continue reading

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Nile Floods, Sunspots, Planets

An interesting paper that ties the history of Nile flood cycles to sunspot cycles and planetary alignments vs the sun and the galactic center. They postulate a theory of planets having differential effects on the solar magnetic field in the galactic wind shadow vs the ‘front’ side. Continue reading

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