Solar system live
PICTURE: Snap of the orbital positions of the planets today ( 29th August 2013)

Thanks to Ulric lyons contribution of this link to an interactive solar system. You plug in the date and get the spatial pattern of the planets. A handy tool for possibly linking climate events?

‘Tallbloke ( ROGER TATTERSAL) and tchannon’ are co-authors of this interactive blog.
You don’t have to spend a long time frequenting there before you find the favourite interests of your hosts.
-The solar system and how it affects our climate
-The order in our solar system .

TALLBLOKE hosts some outstanding on-line research dialogue where hypotheses and research papers are ‘put through the griller’

Looks sensational !! Wish l had a back seat booked.. Good luck ‘guys’..Enjoy !!


This area of research is currently stifled by Carbon dioxide research and a powerful body of persons denigrating the current findings. Some think the concept is mere Numerology or Astrology.
No.. This is Science..

I am like a fish out of water on some of these threads. Yet l have made an effort to integrate and understand some of the mathematical and physics concepts being discussed

I figured it was important to try to follow

From what l have read so far l have concluded there really is something in this worth following.!!

The link between our planets and moons motion within the solar system and the earths climate

Unfortunately , Anthony Watts has banned the discussion of planetary motion and our weather/climate on his WUWT blog.. A great loss to transparent and un-fettered climate discussion..

I have dedicated this category on ‘WEATHERCYCLE’S blog exclusively to TALLBLOKE blog.. Here l will list all relevant links from his blog and in the comments section below, in time ,l will extract information of interest .


Marked for reading list start at the bottom and work up…LOL.. Geez some gems in amongst this lot!!




6 comments on “RESEARCH on TALLBLOKE wordpress

  1. NICOLA SCAFETTA has a new research paper published OCTOBER 2013

    Nicola Scafetta:

    Discussion on climate oscillations: CMIP5 general circulation models versus a semi-empirical harmonic model based on astronomical cycles

    Dr Scafetta challenges the integrity of climate models used in the IPCC publication
    and provides an in depth critique
    He provides a more robust and accurate climate forecsast model based on cycles and harmonics. His model predicts the current warming hiatus and is superior to the IPCC models
    He incorporates a much smaller C02 climate sensitivity and claims AGW can account for only half the global warming of the last warm cycle
    Dr Scafetta uses planetary harmonics and power frequencies to identify global temperature trends

    Dr Scafetta recommends this link to his climate model based on astronomy..

    Here is an excellent overview of his climate model and predictions

    TALLBLOKE has a link to his new research here

  2. Some comments on Solar velocity and the maunder minimum

    The SUN .. Orbital and angular Velocity and Earths climate.. Discussion on Maunder minimum

    crikey asked
    “So do the planets positions accelerate or decelerate the suns orbital or angular velocity?
    TallBloke: Both – see Ian Wilson’s posts and papers.
    Is the suns velocity slower or faster during a maunder minimum?
    TB: Rotional was much faster, according to very old texts:
    “By use of two old books: Rosa Ursina by Christoph Scheiner in 1630 and Selenographia by Johannes Hevelius in 1647, solar rotation could be estimated. Each book presented daily drawings of the sun nearly continuously for two years. Scheiner’s drawings were in 1625 and 1626. This book demonstrated a rotation similar to today. Hevelius’ drawings from 1642-1644 show a significant change. The equatorial rotation sped up by a full day. The poles sped up slightly, but not in proportion to the equatorial change. Eddy questions whether or not a change in the sun that provides a faster rotation is the perpetrator of the Maunder Minimum.”

    “Is the speed of the sun related to its position on the barycentre path?
    TB: Yes

    1. Solar velocity is an interesting topic as it is almost in lock step to angular momentum. When the outer solar orbit travels furthest away from the SSB it coincides with larger solar cycles and the greatest velocity, U/N are always together when this occurs.
    2. The inner loop is the opposite and has the slowest velocity when the loop travels back to near the SSB, once again this can only occur when U/N are together. Maximum acceleration and deceleration coincide with the highest cycles (unless it follows a grand minima cycle).
    3. When the disordered orbit that occurs during grand minima comes along the whole pattern is broken, the Sun is expecting to decelerate but it tries to escape and accelerates into a mini outer orbit. The further the Sun escapes the greater the solar slowdown.
    4. The following diagram demonstrates:
    6. Velocity vs Angular Momentum:
    8. Nicola has done quite a lot of work in this area and noted a 60 year cycle in the Solar velocity charts. Solar velocity is quite possibly linked to the PDO cycle.
    9. There is also another rare form of outer loop that circles exactly around the SSB at the same radius distance. This loop has no velocity change and also coincides with solar slowdowns.

    comments extracted from

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  4. I find it hard to keep up with ALL of tallbloke and crews research posts

    Length of Day: Ancient eclipse obs and modern analysis indicate cycles at planetary frequencies

    length of day time series

    “I think we might find a connection with the generally accepted average period of 1470 years attributed to the ‘Bond cycle’.

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