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Magnetic Polar Shifts Causing Massive Global Superstorms

Eclectic Thought Source: http://www.salem-news.com/articles/february042011/global-superstorms-ta.php Feb-04-2011 00:50 Terrence Aym Salem-News.com Superstorms can also cause certain societies, cultures or whole countries to collapse. Others may go to war with each other. Courtesy: Weather Snob (CHICAGO) – NASA has been warning about it…scientific papers … Continue reading

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Say Goodbye to Sunspots?

According to sciencemag the magnetic field of the Sun has been gradually reducing over a long period and we might soon be seeing very few sunspots for quite some time. Scientists studying sunspots for the past 2 decades have concluded … Continue reading

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Hale Sunspot Cycle in English Temperature Record?

In an article “The Sun Talks to the Trees Too” In Roger’s blog the question is raised of whether the 22 year Hale double sunspot cycle is visible in temperature records. Looking at the longest thermometer temperature record, English temperatures … Continue reading

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Solar Cycles in 150 Years of Global Sea-Surface Temperature Data

Jiansong Zhou and Ka Kit Tung, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA Abstract The purpose of the present work is to demonstrate that a solar-cycle response exists in surface temperature using the longest global dataset available, … 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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