Nicola Scafetta: High resolution coherence analysis between planetary and climate oscillations

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“… using the canonical correlation analysis at least five coherent frequencies at the 95% significance level are found at the following periods: 6.6, 7.4, 14, 20
and 60 years. Thus, high resolution coherence analysis confirms that the climate system can be partially modulated by astronomical
forces of gravitational, electromagnetic and solar origin. A possible chain of the physical causes explaining this coherence is briefly
discussed.
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Scafetta, N.: High resolution coherence analysis between planetary and climate oscillations.
Advances in Space Research 57, 2121-2135, 2016.
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  3. Hi Sue,
    Nicola Scafetta is such a great influence on so many of us
    that study planetary influence. The 60 year cycle has truly
    withstood the test. And… the 60 year cycle will continue to
    fluster the cyclically impaired because they don’t realize that
    this 61 year J/S beat and it’s partner the tri-synodic are in
    fact physical mechanisms of the sun.

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