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Can the Sun’s 11-Year Cycle Explain Global Warming?

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52 minutes ago, Doug1066 said:

The earth's magnetic north pole is now over the Arctic Ocean and continuing to track northwest.  I guess you could call this True Polar Wander, but it is only 1% of that shown in the study.  Something is going on with the earth's magnetic field, but I don't think anybody can yet say for sure what it is.

I really don't know anything about the 42,000 YBP Pole Reversal.  You can read the paper as well as I can.


I have been studying the Chandler Wobble.  It seems to be recorded in tree rings and so must have something to do with weather.  It's a tiny wobble.  It has two loops, one about 75m long and a second one about 150m long both over a 7-year period.  It is small enough that its period is re-set by large earthquakes.  It seems incongruous that a wobble so small could affect weather/climate, but it seems to.  And if it does, an equally-small period cycle might also affect climate.


I agree that what exactly is occurring with the current rapid rate of Pole shift, currently has not been fully explained but there are many theoretical predicts being based upon the event that occurred 42,000 years ago when a complete 180 degree pole reversal occurred. 

Now, I was not asking you to spoon feed me anything,:lol: thank you for being frank I suppose I should be more clear in the future. I was only wondering if you had any additional information on the event or any thoughts on it, I have read that journal and many other articles and journals like it. I am also slightly familiar with the Chandler wobble and how a magnetic Pole shift could according to some have a major effect on it.


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