Saturday, September 29, 2007

Solar Chug Theory and Global Warming

I was looking into what I am calling my “solar chug” theory. It is the effect of planetary alignments giving the sun a good pull of gravitational sheer periodically.

I learned;

A page on the web site of the Griffith Observatory (in Los Angeles) notes, among other things, that a very close alignment of the naked-eye planets took place on February 27th, 1953 B.C., in which these five planets were together in a span of 4.3 degrees. No closer alignment has taken place since then. On September 8th of 2040, a fairly close alignment within a space of 9.3 degrees will be observed.

OK, so the sun gets a good yank every 3,993 years by the planets based on the above information from Griffith Observatory. Well the way I do math you would want to split that as to when you would have maximum “chug” and "diminishing chug”.

That would mean you have a “dimishing solar chug” cycle of ~1,997 years. The initial chug results in more solar stability and the increased stability means fewer sunspots. As the effects of the chug wear off you get increased sunspot activity. Think of a top or a gyroscope. When you first pull the string it spins nice and steady, as the rotation slows it begins to wobble a bit. The solar chug I describe stabilizes the sun in a similar fashion to a top which rotational speed could be added to.
The sun starts to wobble putting out more solar radio waves which warms planets with saltwater, then the sun gets a push of gravitational shear via the periodic planetary alignment and that smooths out the suns wobble and dimishes sunspot activity.

In 2040 the planets will align like this and add gravitational shear to the sun;

The ~1,997 years of the diminishing solar chug cycle is very close to the ~1,500 warming and cooling cycle of Earth's climate evidenced by ice cores from Greenland. These processes may be linked.

How do I account for the ~497 year variance in Earth’s climate change to my solar chug theory? I believe I heard a climate scientist from the University of Victoria BC once say… “When you put a pot of water on the stove it takes time to heat up, it does not instantly get hot.” It does not instantly cool either.

I am not sure about this being the solution to the variance in solar chug to Earth’s climatic cycle but it was the only thing the man from UVC said that made sense. He rejected all theories except human responsibility for Earth's climate warming..

We are approaching the next chug in 2040. Does the year ~2040 figure at all into the widely accepted global warming formulas?
Chug, chug. Countdown till next solar chug… 33 years… With luck we will be around to see the cooling cycle begin. (less sunspots, less solar radio waves, less radio wave heating of Earth’s oceans, cooling Earth.)

Most everything I look into supports my climate theory. (below)