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  1. Hello Justthefacts. I hope this reaches you. Don’t know how to contact you otherwise. I’m finally working on the wiki project as my primary one, thanks to recent developments. It is still firmly under wraps but looks set for growth. One member suggested I contact you with regard to establishing that side of the wiki. Please contact me by email through my other website (click my name) and I can tell you more and give you the URL.

    This is excellent work btw. Thank you already.

  2. Joachim Seifert says:

    Hi, Justthefacts……
    ….. for the Earth’s orbit section and all astronomical background…..some time is needed
    to understand the real Earth’s trajectory…..
    Any questions to me always welcome……
    Following background: There is good data and analysis done at NASA JPL Pasadena…
    I can quote literature….. but the IPCC/AGW “hijacked” the orbit topic by not using American
    data….and the IPCC orbit analysis went to Belgium, to the University of Louvain, a center
    of entrenched AGW-proponents…. Therefore in IPCC-studies, foremost Louvain folks
    rule: such as Goosse, van Yperselen (now IPCC-director), Bertrand, Loutre, Berger….. and
    not American authors….
    …..all of them avoid to demonstrate, that the Earth’s orbit has an oscillating trajectory and
    is NOT like an airplanes straight flight.
    The orbit has “Librations” , even an librating comet follows on the Earth’s orbit in a distance…..
    (see Wikipedia Libration for the Moon, the Earth does the same)
    These Librations produce RF, depending on the annual shape of the orbit….
    (my booklet explains this in detail….) …Reason for
    Libration/oscillations is the 3-body-gravitation with Jupiter/Saturn interacting als third
    body (Sun-Earth-3.-body -Sat+Jup_), …..this is not taken into account in
    IPCC TAR or AR4…….(on purpose)…because they colluded to keep the
    Earth’s orbit constant (AR4-wg1-LA-meeting in 2006) or quote: “assumed INVARIANT”
    [ see AR4-wg1-chapter 2]……
    …….the recent Nicola Scatetta paper (on WUWT already) is an epoch-making
    paper….. showing the 60-20-40 years Three-body-gravitation cycle force onto climate….
    …. a great leap forward…. the remaining analysis will come this year…
    Best regards

  3. Gary Pearse says:

    JS: You are saying that the IPCC has “hijacked” the earth’s orbit topic!! This in itself is a worthy WUWT post. I can see ligitimate debate on many climatology issues, but I would have thought we had to take as given gravitation effects. Even if they are complex, I would have hoped that they wouldn’t be up for manipulation by the UN!!

  4. If we are overlooking another earth orbit complexity, how about this….Our galaxy has an unseen portion of its apparent mass. Many free-flying cold dead sub-stars?…let’s name a couple which may be traveling paths nearby, one approaching sun, one departing…That one someone named Nemesis and It caused, perhaps the disturbance that separated earth from the moon and was the parent of the ellipsiticy of those orbits. Elliptic orbits undergoing instability (The precession of the gyroscope toy) ultimately decaying toward a collision with the focal point… .. How close is Nemesis II?.

  5. MattN says:

    Of course it’s not a priority anymore. The satellites have not shown what they wanted them to show….

  6. John Moran says:

    I was following the solar cycle progression via a nice overview page which is no longer being updated:
    Very quick way to evaluate what’s going on and when it deserves more attention.
    Can you find a replacement for this and include it on the Solar Page?

  7. Gary Pearse says:

    Is anyone keeping sea level data up to date? The folks at boulder are still stuck in 2011, just when the record was beginning to look interesting – look for major adjustments to come your way soon. This always happens with reporting when things aren’t heading for disaster.

  8. Greg says:

    With the results of the SKY2 Svensmark experiment, it is well past time to create a Cosmic Ray reference page. Even if there are not that many sources, it is a critical standalone measurement that can’t be derived from the Solar Page on the short term.

  9. David in Michigan says:

    It’s unfortunate that a number of the graphs do not show the date of the graph. The assumption that those without a date are current, or at least current within one day, is sometimes a false assumption.

  10. rogerknights says:

    How about adding a subtopic of charts etc. on glacial advance / retreat?

  11. An Inquirer says:

    Is the grpah showing forecast of El Nino vs. La Nina no longer displayed in the ENSO page?

  12. Michael D says:

    hi Anthony,
    These pages are so very excellent, and I know that you put a lot of work into making them so good. Thanks.

    Would it be possible to add a “data adjustments” reference page, showing all the data adjustments that are being made (e.g. the down-adjustment of old US temperature readings)? Or maybe that would be more accessible if it was plotted beside the current best estimates.

    Thanks (I hope)


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