Monthly Archives: March 2014

Will There be a Return to The Little Ice Age?

It seems that the centre of the sun is not physically weighted as the focus of our galaxy for the great planets Jupiter and Saturn exert a pull that is known as the barycenter which is displaced from the sun’s centre and rotates by their pull. However every 178.8 years the barycenter retrogrades which means… Read more »

It seems that the centre of the sun is not physically weighted as the focus of our galaxy for the great planets Jupiter and Saturn exert a pull that is known as the barycenter which is displaced from the sun’s centre and rotates by their pull. However every 178.8 years the barycenter retrogrades which means… Read more »

When the Great Climactic and Economic Waves Meet

The two previous blogs have described the major climatic forces: the 180 year solar-system driven movement of long-term tidal forces and ocean-driven changes in climate. Another blog has suggested how the present economic malaise could have been foreseen if politicians and central bankers knew their history; it is called could the Slump have been foreseen?… Read more »

The two previous blogs have described the major climatic forces: the 180 year solar-system driven movement of long-term tidal forces and ocean-driven changes in climate. Another blog has suggested how the present economic malaise could have been foreseen if politicians and central bankers knew their history; it is called could the Slump have been foreseen?… Read more »

The Oceans Are Not Just for Crossing

It seems strange that one of the universities so far from the sea as the University of Arizona should publish excellent records of the temperatures of the Pacific and Atlantic. Strange it may be but as oceans cover two thirds of the earth’s surface, we should be very aware of how they impact on our… Read more »

It seems strange that one of the universities so far from the sea as the University of Arizona should publish excellent records of the temperatures of the Pacific and Atlantic. Strange it may be but as oceans cover two thirds of the earth’s surface, we should be very aware of how they impact on our… Read more »

Don’t Bay at Putin, Deal With Him

The Ukraine was first settled by northern Slav people’s early in the last Millennium establishing their base in Kiev and in the early centuries it became the largest and most powerful state in Europe under King Vladimir the Great. It was then that it adopted Orthodox Christian (it was said the Islam was also on… Read more »

The Ukraine was first settled by northern Slav people’s early in the last Millennium establishing their base in Kiev and in the early centuries it became the largest and most powerful state in Europe under King Vladimir the Great. It was then that it adopted Orthodox Christian (it was said the Islam was also on… Read more »

Are the Senkaku Islands the Only Source of Conflict for China?

Around eight hundred years ago Ghengis Khan invaded, then occupied, China. It seems that when Mongolia and Central Asia becomes very cool, there is little for the people, or their herds, to eat so they move south-east and west. The Great Khan’s warriors were entirely mobile, their bone bows could out-range their enemies and they… Read more »

Around eight hundred years ago Ghengis Khan invaded, then occupied, China. It seems that when Mongolia and Central Asia becomes very cool, there is little for the people, or their herds, to eat so they move south-east and west. The Great Khan’s warriors were entirely mobile, their bone bows could out-range their enemies and they… Read more »