reply to post by Dalke07
Hate to tell you this but there are some real scientists - on the fringe - who do make the same connections.
Dr. Abdusamatov sent me pdf's on 2 papers authored in russian on solar 'oscillations' currently
being greater as he believes the sun's diameter periodically (possibly regularly) changes size, larger now
in particular. This has an abundance of electromagnetic effects on the solar system.
Abdusamatov - wiki
Dr. Scott Kenyon ( Harvard-Smithsonian
mentioned - in 2004 email correspondence with me - about "(astronomy) groups in the southern
hemisphere looking for just such an object."
You can imagine what we were discussing.
The alignments of the planets were revered and recorded by the Sumerians - indeed our USNO
can not track time as accurately (yes, they have a Cs clock in CO, and micromanipulate the US clock
accordingly) as lunar-sol cycles are quite difficult to neatly categorize into our julian timekeeping system.
Hmmmm. Why does one wear a watch?
To keep track of time. Why keep track of time?
To keep one's future appointments of course!
Good thread - i know my response here has been tangential and somewhat cryptic - but
geomagnetics from the earth's spinning molten ferromagnetic iron core can not possibly
be unaffected by the larger solar system's gravitational field changes, and the overarching
sol multispectral radiation and solar wind interaction; disturbances will affect our core, which
generates the earth's version of sunspots and sun cme's - earthquakes!
finally i will end this raving lunacy by adding another (!) discussion with Dr. Kerry Emanuel
( MIT link
) a few years ago was as intriguing.
I asked him about solar cme interactions possibly "inputting more energy" into earth's weather
storm systems, generating more violent hurricanes - and has anyone looked at the correlation.
He said someone should.
edit on 5/10/2011 by drphilxr because: more stuff