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The suns acceleration linked to the earths ice age cycles by TOM MANGO

 

minimum1843

minimum1986

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Hi Sue,
These two graphs indicate that there are times when solar
minimum occurs at or near the same location on the ecliptic.

When the Sun’s acceleration decreases during an Ice-age cycle
it’s orbit becomes more circular and average solar cycle length
becomes longer (approaching 11.86 years).

During the 12,000 year inter-glacial periods there is evidence
that this is happening to a lesser degree. Notice the 143 year
separation (Bretagnon wave?) between 1843 and 1986.

Tom

CRIKEY said”feel freee to ask TOM questions in the comments section below.
This post is an ongoing study of Toms’
Use the search facility to find his previous posts

l store all of Toms graphs in my solar system and the earths climate folder found here

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10 comments on “The suns acceleration linked to the earths ice age cycles by TOM MANGO

  1. Hi Tom. Thanks for emailing me your ongoing research.
    Please remember many readers will be new with no background . So wouldn’t hurt to go over some of the basics again. Also many of your previous posts will be well embedded in the archives which are found by using the search facility
    I suggest typing ‘ tom mango ‘ and all of your posts should come up in the search
    Sorry l have been AWOL this year. Life throws some curve balls.
    Great to see people posting regardless and new some subscribers to the blog
    Keep up the good work. Hopefully l will get back to posting more regularly.
    regards Susan morrow , alias crikey ‘

  2. Hi Sue,
    Thanks so much for posting my work.

    In earlier posts I’ve questioned Milankovic theory because it does
    not address the issue of magnetic field production. The earth’s axis
    swings up and down every 41,000 years. This same axis wobbles
    like a football every 25,772 years. And… the earth’s eccentric orbit
    expands and contracts to an 100,000 year cycle. All of these motions
    are the result of an earth that is caught up between an accelerating
    sun and a large moon. And… all of these motions are necessary for
    maintaining the kind of magnetic field that we have during an inter-glacial
    period.

    Can the very same motions that are responsible for creating our
    magnetic field also be responsible for an ice-age cycle? Only if
    we’re talking about the loss of obliquity, the loss of axial precession
    and especially the loss of eccentricity.

    Where there is eccentricity there is acceleration and where there is
    acceleration there is magnetic field production. When acceleration
    diminishes so does magnetic field strength. When a bodies eccentricity
    value goes to zero, it’s magnetic field is weakened.

    The sun orbits the solar system’s center of mass in a looping pattern
    called an epi-trochoid. We don’t normally look at the sun’s orbit as
    having eccentricity, but it most certainly does and it gets this eccentricity
    almost entirely from the gas giants. The sun’s eccentricity is manifested as
    acceleration and distance from the center of mass. If the gas giants
    were to down shift into zero eccentricity values, the sun’s orbit would
    look much different. It’s smaller loop would be much broader and rounded.
    The two open ends would not extend out as far from the center, due to
    the decrease in acceleration. The magnetic field strength of the gas giants
    and the sun would all be decreased. The sun’s average solar cycle length
    would approach 11.86 years from 11 years. Also… solar minimum would occur
    at the same position on the ecliptic most of the time.

    The graphs above are samples from our ongoing inter-glacial. Here, solar
    cycle length oscillates on the 11 year average. I am in no way trying to claim
    that I can predict the occurrence of solar minimum. Or… that there is exactly
    7 solar minimums occurring in the same location every 144 years during an
    inter-glacial.

    The point that I am trying to make… is that the ice age cycle belongs to the
    sun. The sun and the gas giants will lose their acceleration and suffer a loss
    in magnetic field strength. Consequently, average solar cycle length will be
    increased to ~11.86 years. And… magnetic field strength during an ice age
    remains weak until the gas giants and the sun regain their eccentricity.

  3. Interesting Tom.
    I have never considered the earths temperature cycle could be caused or linked to the earths magnetic field.
    You would think that if the earths temp ‘ is linked to the magnetic field on long time scales that it would also be linked to fluctuations on smaller time scales.
    Here is a great link with excellent background information on magnetic fields.
    http://www.geomag.bgs.ac.uk/education/earthmag.html
    and l read that that the earths magnetic field is currently weaker with a chance of pole reversal
    http://www.livescience.com/46694-magnetic-field-weakens.html

    Apparently a weakening magnetic field allows more solar wind to impact earth which is linked to ozone depletion and cloud cover changes and the increase in the aurora
    l would imagine that list is not exhausted
    _
    BTW
    The ratio of the earths axis cycle ,41000yr
    and
    the earths axis wobble,25772yr
    is 1.59087
    that is very close to the golden ratio of 1.618

  4. OB,
    Thanks for stopping by.
    I know how much you love Phi and the Fibonacci
    sequence. I’ve done some work in this area, it would
    be great to be able to share this. Please stick around.

    Sue,
    I sent you a table via e-mail.

  5. Exactly what are the physical mechanisms that are
    involved in the creation of our magnetic field?

    The earth is unique in having a single large moon.
    The earth/moon system is a binary relationship.
    The inside of the earth is made up of layers having
    variable densities. Because of this variability, its iron
    core can rotate slightly independent of the outer layers
    and the outer crust. This rotation is what gives us
    geomagnetism, geomagnetic jerk, length of day, volcanic
    activity and most of all our magnetic field.

    The earth is caught up between a large orbiting moon and
    an accelerating sun. During an ice age there is a substantial
    loss of the sun’s acceleration and a substantial deceleration
    in the rotation of the earth’s iron core. A deceleration not
    necessarily measured in speed but in radius or distance from
    center. During an ice age it is likely that the oceans and
    atmosphere are deprived of the heating associated with an
    active inner core.

    It appears that the normal state of our solar system could best
    be described simply as being completely relaxed. An inter-glacial is
    a 12 to 14,000 year return of eccentricity, acceleration, strong
    solar activity and a strong dynamo within the earth’s core.

    continued . . .

  6. well this does interest me Tom because as you know l am studying the schwabe triplets and the the earths temperature cycle (quasi 66yr 3 schwabes)…that is in synch with the schwabe triplets.
    In fact the temperature change is a saw tooth wave with an inflection point.There is no temp’ lag at all. This could only be achieved by a change in pressure by some relationship like PV=nRt(ideal gas law)
    Is there similar equations for liquids and solids?
    A change in pressure of the earths mantle, the earths oceans, the earths atmosphere caused by pressure from moon, sun and larger planets seems a plausible explanation to change the earths temperature.And of course the length of the earths day is linked to the earths temperature cycle
    btw
    Nice to hear from oldbrew😊

  7. Some info’ on the 41000yr temperature cycle of the earth.
    https://www.bgs.ac.uk/discoveringGeology/climateChange/general/causes.html?src=topNav

    “Changes in the orientation of the Earth’s axis of rotation
    Diagram of Earth showing angle of axis of rotation

    The Earth showing angle of axis of rotation. When the angle increases the summers become warmer and the winters become colder.

    The Earth rotates around an axis (imagine a line that joins the north and south poles) but the Earth’s axis is not upright, it leans at an angle.

    This angle changes with time and over about 41 000 years it moves from 22.1 degrees to 24.5 degrees and back again.”

  8. ” I have never considered the earths temperature cycle
    could be caused or linked to the earths magnetic field.”

    During ice ages and times of weak magnetic field strength
    the earth is simply unable to retain its stored heat. Atmospheric
    mass is transported at an accelerated rate when the magnetic
    fields are weak.
    During inter-glacial warm periods magnetic fields are strong
    and outflow at the poles is restricted. Here, ozone regulates
    climate. . . . . visit reality348.wordpress

  9. Solar wind is associated with strong solar activity.
    It appears that solar wind is restricting the transport
    process by cutting off the outflow at the poles .

    S: ” temperature is a saw tooth wave ”
    Yes, and this is most apparent in the ice age graphs.
    Temperatures are lowest at the very end of the ice age
    just prior to the 100,000 year spike of a new inter-glacial
    period.

    During an ice age the sun’s magnetic field is very weak,
    cosmic rays are abundant and ozone production is at its
    maximum. At this time atmospheric mass is transported at
    an accelerated rate. What if ozone exists in its largest quantities
    during glacial periods, but is rendered ineffective by an accelerated
    transport?
    This would offer an explanation why an inter-glacial period spikes
    the way it does. When the sun regains its strength the outflow
    at the poles is restricted and ozone quickly reorganizes to produce
    rapid warming.
    Just prior to the ‘Younger Dryas’ the sun and the gas giants recovered
    their lost acceleration and magnetic field strengths, only to balk
    and give it all back. Huge swings in temperature tell us that large
    quantities of ozone accumulate during glacials. When the sun regains
    its magnetic field, there is enough ozone stored up to produce rapid
    warming.

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