This is huge. Start with a study of solar inertial motion. Most bad science starts with a lack of information.<quoted text>
Lesshypemorefact posted this earlier:
There is no 'decadal cycle' in air temperature or coorelation of the solar cycle with the temperature. The oceans and land have too much thermal mass to be affected by short term cycles such as the sunspot cycle except in the 200 year changes to amplitude which has enough effect to be seen. However, even that cycle is only a SMALL factor (< 0.2C) overall and on a downward trend. The cycle 24 and 25 are just data points in that cycle.
This paper was written in 2000. It was talking about the Solar Wolf-Gleissberg cycle, which is an 80-year cycle, and the effects of the solar activity on patterns of global temperatures and ocean temperatures. This seems to be saying the opposite of LHMF.
The paper says the Solar Wolf-Gleissberg cycle stimulates solar forcing on terrestrial phenomena's as evident from the pattern of Global temperature (both air and ocean temperatures). Solar Wolf- Gleissberg periodicity is marked in a wide range of terrestrial evidences since millions of years and is still at work. It is found that climatic fluctuations are induced at the turning points of such cycles.
That is the case, then 1997 is a year of climate fluctuation and a drop of global earth air and sea temperature is predicted soon similar to that happened during similar circumstances around 1800 and 1900, with increased El Nino and La Nina frequencies leading to wide spread flood -drought hazards.
What do you know of this cycle?
Scientists did think at one time that our sun was stable in the center of our solar system and that it's output was constant. Neither statement is correct.
Our sun although the largest object in our solar system is still impacted by the gravitational forces of all other objects in the solar system. It has a barycentric orbit.
The energy output of our sun ebbs and flows with various cycles. To understand the amount of solar radiation the earth receives you will have to layer both of the above processes.
Then to understand it's impact, you will have to understand how it enters the earth's system and layer all of the various climate processes of the earth.
It's a facinating study I have engaged in for years and will probably never understand it all. But if you want to expand your brain, the sun is a big subject.