Climate shifts…natural variation

I have started this blog post because today l have found out all major search engines are re routing the search string ‘climate shift’.

If you enter this term into any search engine, it will respond with pages and pages of ‘climate change’

We are being prevented from viewing alternative theories to man made climate change theories or facts, folks.

I will make an attempt to collect some links to climate regime shift sites that focus on natural variability.

I have tried alternatives to google and they ALL redirect the term ‘climate shift’

…You can get around this by..

Using google scholar…

which will accept the string ‘climate shift’ and lead you to alternative research on the reasons for global temperature trends other than AGW


on on the main google search engine page use talking marks on the search string which over rides the ban on the term… climate shift

“climate shift”






Australian weather research

Have you ever gone on to a blog and wanted to quote about a research paper you read and couldn’t find it to quote it.

Here l would like to do myself a favor and record their links and title and points of interest. Feel free to do the same in the comment section below.

Click title if they don’t load

Thanks to ‘colin maitland’ of Australian weather forum

for providing this link to Blair Trewin ‘s research gate page with a plethora of research to read

Here is a link to my favorite moon cycle physicist. and the amazing links to Earths climate he has found. BTW Ian Wilson is not an  astrologer

Ian Wilsons’ home page


Obviously this thread is in progress.Go to comments section for further research links. They are not A to Z but just posted randomly


IAN WILSON..Astro-climate connections

If this is your interest..


IAN WILSON has all the ‘meat’ to fulfil your curiosity
ian wilson
This man is a genius .
Take this guy seriously

planets and gravity on the sunplanets affect on the sun
picture from

IAN WILSON’s research

from Tallbloke search function
2011-2012-2013 were very good years for Ian Wilson. Award wining stuff here!!
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