Nicola Scafetta writes:
it was a pleasure to meet you at London. Some of you asked me about my paper in press about a link between astronomical, solar and climate oscillations. Here it is:
Scafetta, N., Milani, F., Antonio Bianchini, A., Ortolani, S.: On the astronomical origin of the Hallstatt oscillation found in radiocarbon and climate records throughout the Holocene. Earth-Science Reviews 162, 24–43, 2016. There is a free access to the article, and is valid for anybody until November 10, 2016 by using this link http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1TlSB2weQTZcD
(Permanent copy here)
The importance of the article is that it demonstrates quite clearly that the long Hallstatt oscillation (about 2318 year period), which is observed in climate and solar records is a major stable resonance of the solar system. The paper also evaluates the other major planetary stable resonances and we found all other typical oscillations found in climate and solar records such as a quasi 20-year oscillation, a quasi 60-year oscillation, the 82-97 year Gleissberg oscillation and the 159-185 year Jose oscillation (and others).
This paper complements many other papers on the subject such as my previous large study that I also presented in my talk. (BEGINS AT 4:30)
Scafetta, N., 2013. Discussion on climate oscillations: CMIP5 general circulation models versus a semiempirical harmonic model based on astronomical cycles. Earth-Science Reviews 126, 321-357. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2013.08.008 https://arxiv.org/abs/1310.7554
That demonstrates that none of the IPCC models reconstruct the climate oscillations, which, on the contrary, are linked to astronomical oscillations. Models to reconstruct and forecast the global surface temperature are provided as well.
I hope that it may be of interest.