posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 02:00 PM
Wish I had time to upload some images, maybe someone else can:
Precession is not the same as the Wobble.
Precession is a 26,000 year cycle in which the Earth's axis points at a different area in the sky, but it does so with the same 22.1 to 24.5 degree
Precession does not effect how much sun light falls on the Earth, or where it falls, due to how the Earth orbits the sun.
The wobble on the other hand does slightly affect that, but it's a 41,000 year cycle and is barely over 2 degrees of change.
In order to have large changes in the climate on certain areas of the Earth (or the whole planet for that mater) the wobble would have to be a much
larger change than that.
I'll try to post pictures later if no one else has.