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Lake El’gygytgyn Deposits and Long Climate Cycles

Watt’s Up With That reports new research on remote Siberian Lake El’gygytgyn with sedimentary layers which record climate for 2.8 million years. The climate reconstructions correlate with Arctic and Antarctic records. WUWT states in the article Claim: Fates of polar … Continue reading

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Cycles in Sunspot Number Reconstruction for 11,000 Years

This analysis is based on a Sunspot number reconstruction from Radiocarbon C14 in Tree Rings by Solanki, S.K., et al.  2005, and the data was obtained from NOAA. C14 is generally accepted as being a proxy for solar activity, possibly … Continue reading

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