A Humble Tribute to Earth Day

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Aristotle said, ‘In all things of nature, there is something of the marvelous.’ How true! I doubt there is anywhere in the entire universe that could be as beautiful as our mother earth. Earth Day was granted by Senator Gaylord Nelson on April 20, 1970. He must have had a deep affection and appreciation for our earth. They can build rockets to explore other planets but none will ever measure up to this earth. Here, we have forests, rivers, mountains, …

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  1. Climate follows lunar, Hanuka, Passover not Solar Calendar: Influence of Lunar Phase on Daily Global
    Temperatures Robert C. Balling Jr. and Randall S. Cerveny Science, Vol. 267, No. 5203 (Mar. 10, 1995), pp. 1481-1483 These results reveal a statistically significant 0.02 K modulation between new moon and full moon, with the warmest daily global temperatures over a synodic month coincident with the occurrence of the full moon. Spectral analysis of the daily temperature record confirms the presence of a periodicity that matches the lunar synodic (29.53-day) cycle. The precision of the satellite-based daily temperature record allows verification that the moon exerts a discernible influence on the short-term, global temperature

    Rocket Man Cures Global Warming: Fujii, Yoshiaki J Atm & Solar-Terrestrial Physics. April 2011, Vol. 73 Issue 5/6, p643-652 This study suggests that the cause of the stagnation in global warming in the mid 20th century was the atmospheric nuclear explosions detonated between 1945 and 1980. . . Small Nuclear War Could Reverse Global Warming for Years National Geographic Feb 23, 2011 . . . Global Warming Gives Science Behind Nuclear Winter a New Purpose N Y Times CLYDE HABERMAN APRIL 3, 2016 . . . NASA Says Nuclear Warfare Could Reverse Global Warming Casey Chan 2/26/11 SCIENCE

    Cause of recent extreme weather? Sept. 10, 2017 x8.2 solar flare! Seitz Marshall studies predicted it. Science News, Vol. 111, No. 25 (Jun. 18, 1977), p. 389 Now there is direct evidence that indicates sunspot activity affects terrestrial weather, which occurs far beneath the ionosphere in the troposphere. Two physicists from the University of California at Berkeley reported at the American Geophysical Union meeting in Washington that solar flares caused a dramatic increase in worldwide thunderstorm activity. During August 1972, Robert Holzworth and Forrest Mozer . . . Sid Perkins Science News, Vol. 159, No. 3 (Jan. 20, 2001), pp. 45-47 Not only do solar storms influence day-to-day weather, but longterm, subtle variations in solar activity drive Earth’s climate, scientists propose. . . . FAIRBRIDGE, R.W., 1998. El Nino not Unpredictable Research, SI(26), 52-63. Royal Palm Beach (Florida), From a total of 113 El Nifios, 1525-1998, “super” primary framework provided by the phasing of tree-ring analyses. This galactic cosmic ray flux by planetary dynamics, e.g. the 208.5yr cycle matching returns match solar flare cycles, e.g. the 8.93667yr 2.172yr QBO cycle . . . Penrose Memorial Lecture. Variations in the Sun and Their Effects on Weather and Climate Walter Orr Roberts Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 123, No. 3 (Jun. 18, 1979),pp. 151-159 The vertical lines are drawn where all the severe High Plains droughts occur, back to about 1850, in a study by James Marshall. There is a striking association between the drought dates and the dates of the sunspot minima after the negatively plotted maxima. The region that is principally affected by these droughts is the region of the Great Dust Bowl of the mid- 1930s. And this is the area covered by the most severe droughts over the period 1931-1970. . . . The Sun’s Influence on the Earth’s Atmosphere and Interplanetary Space J. V. Evans Science, New Series, Vol. 216, No. 4545 (Apr. 30, 1982), pp. 467-474 . . . Solar Variability and Meteorological Anomalies Richard A. Craig Geophysical Directorate, U.S.A.F. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol. 79, No. 4,Conference on the Sun in the Service of Man (Jul., 1951), pp. 280-290

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