Posts Tagged ‘lunar tides’

This open access paper from Ian Wilson is the culmination of exhaustive work on surveying terrestrial climate data and relating it to celestial motion. Co-authored with Nicolai Sidorenkov, it is another major step forward in verifying the connections between Earth’s climatic change and Solar System Dynamics. Next we’ll be looking at Ian’s Subsequent paper: ‘Are Global Mean Temperatures Significantly Affected by Long-Term Lunar Atmospheric Tides?’

Long-Term Lunar Atmospheric Tides in the Southern Hemisphere
Ian R. G. Wilson 1 and Nikolay S. Sidorenkov *,2
1 The Liverpool Plains Daytime Astronomy Centre, Curlewis, NSW, Australia
2 Hydrometcenter of Russia, Bolshoy Predtechensky 11-13, 123242 Moscow, Russian Federation, Russia
The Open Atmospheric Science Journal, 2013, Volume 7 Bentham Science
Fig. (1a). The NOAA SST anomaly map for the 25th of January 1981.

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New Zealand’s Herald Sun newspaper has this item:

A NEW Zealand mathematician who predicted the deadly Christchurch quake has terrified Kiwis with news another will strike the city in two weeks.

Popular long-range weather forecaster Ken Ring is warning that a second jolt will hit the already-devastated South Island city on March 20.

Mr Ring, who lives in Auckland, uses the moon, sun and tidal activity for the basis of his theories, which have been dismissed by scientists.

His warning is clear.

If I lived in Christchurch, I’d get out for a few days over that time, go camping, visit friends, just get out and keep safe…And if you don’t live there, stay away.