Many investigators have shown that large-scale climate phenomena influence sub-seasonal and seasonal climate variability, especially in the northern hemisphere and their impacts on the Caribbean are well documented. These climatic phenomena that impact the Caribbean include, but are not limited to, the El Nino Southern Oscillation, the Quasi-Biennial Oscillation, the North Atlantic Oscillation, and the Arctic Oscillation which is now being investigated. Although strong statistical correlation between variables over non-contiguous regions are not absolute as proof of teleconnections, the correlation strength can be used as an indication of its existence. The data gathered at the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies, in Jamaica, using a simple QuarkNet muon detector over the period September to September , showed an apparent significant relationship with these climatic indices. This suggests that cosmic-ray muon flux might be linked to the behavior of the climate phenomena and therefore can be used as a climate or meteorological index over the Caribbean.
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I thank nigel calder fras for suggesting this article and assisting in its preparation. What does the climate tell us about the Milky Way? Changes in the intensity of galactic cosmic rays alter the earths cloudiness. Cosmoclimatology a new theory emerges pdf Cosmic ray decreases affect atmospheric aerosols and clouds.
The Moonmay therefore synchronize directly or indirectly long periodic Phanerozoic cycles sea level, orogeny, magmatism, sedimentation, etc. ASTM C PDF As sea level fluctuations, orogeny, sedimentation and magmatism can be described as members of a geodynamic feedback system; no apparent reasons appear to be required to assign a cause of the cyclicity to agents outside of thegalactic-climatically synchronized Earth-Moon system.
A recent experiment has shown how electrons liberated by cosmic rays assist in making aerosols, the building blocks of cloud condensation nuclei, while anomalous climatic trends in antarctica confirm the role of clouds in helping to drive climate change. Radical and hopeful presence synthesises cuttingedge thinking, firsthand knowledge and ancient wisdom presence. Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following locations.
Exploring the nature of Jupiter in unprecedented detail. He is known for his theory on the effects of cosmic rays on cloud formation as an indirect cause of global warming. We advice public authorities. The search for such a source may lead to astrophysicalquestions, related to a spiral arm affected distribution of dark energy, dark matter or even specificneutrino sources. Cosmoclimatology : a new theory emerges Theory u leading from the future as it emerges pdf theory u leading from the future as it emerges pdf access the deepest.
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Learning from the future as it emerges abstract this paper looks at the impact of the emerging new business environments often referred to as the new economy on the basic. The universe from space. How do cosmic rays help make clouds? At first glance from what ive previously read about the topics, including on rc, id say its a seductive hypothesis, with fascinating links from terrestrial climate to. Denmarks space-based storm chaser launched to ISS Oreskes book merchants of doubt contains a number of serious scientific errors.
The global average surface temperature has risen 0. List of scientists who disagree with the scientific. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. This path is assumed by some authors to cause climate change due to cosmic ray fluctuations, affecting the cloud formation and the related albedo of the Earth, which periodically lead to glaciations every Ma.
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Huygens is honoured today in the name of the titan lander, but. Scientific Research An Academic Publisher. Cosmic rays relativistic electrons stirring in the cassiopeia a supernova remnant make the wispy blue lines of energetic xray emissions seen by nasas chandra xray observatory. Emergs periodic geodynamic processes with durations between and Million years appear to be in phase with similar galactic cycles, caused by the path of the solar system through the spiral arms of the Milky Way. I thank nigel calder fras for suggesting this article and assisting in its preparation. What does the climate tell us about the Milky Way? Changes in the intensity of galactic cosmic rays alter the earths cloudiness.
Search Menu Data on cloud cover from satellites, compared with counts of galactic cosmic rays from a ground station, suggested that an increase in cosmic rays makes the world cloudier. This empirical finding introduced a novel connection between astronomical and terrestrial events, making weather on Earth subject to the cosmic-ray accelerators of supernova remnants in the Milky Way. Herschel , Eddy , Friis-Christensen and Lassen , with the small 0. Clouds exert on average a strong cooling effect, and cosmic-ray counts vary with the strength of the solar magnetic field, which repels much of the influx of relativistic particles from the galaxy. The connection offers a mechanism for solar-driven climate change much more powerful than changes in solar irradiance. During the past 10 years, considerations of the galactic and solar influence on climate have progressed so far, and have found such widespread applications, that one can begin to speak of a new paradigm of climate change.