Here I show direct copy of 10Be data from
A 600-year annual 10Be record from the NGRIP ice core, Greenland by Berggren et al.
GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, VOL. 36, L11801, doi:10.1029/2009GL038004, 2009
Received 6 March 2009; revised 20 March 2009; accepted 1 April 2009; published 2 June 2009.

The 10Be data is inverted and superimposed with the CETs (Central England temperatures).
- Solar and climatology scientists insist : Solar output does not fluctuate enough to affect any of the major temperature changes.
- 10Be deposits are used to ascertain the strength of the solar magnetic field at the Earth's orbit (see works of the NASA expert in the field, Dr. Ken McCracken).
-10Be deposits are also affected by the Earth's magnetic field, which is taken into account when the data is calculated in the final form.
- There is also significant effect of precipitations and volcanic ash in the area where samples are colected.
All of the above is well known to the science of the 10Be ; 10Be data are used as the standard in dating technology, along the C14 dating.
- The 10Be deposits count matches pretty well the Central England temperatures. With some flexibility it can be assumed that CETs fluctuations (not anomaly) as shown in the graph could be very similar to the Greenland's.
Observation: ( Vukcevic )
a. 10Be and CET correlate because the CETs are directly affected by a process related to the strength of the solar magnetic field ( ? ).
b. There is another magnetic link which science is not aware of ( ?? ).
c. Science grossly underestimated the effect that local weather conditions have on the rate of 10Be deposition, rendering results as no good ( ?! ).
d. All of the above, to a degree ( ! )
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Changes in the cosmic ray and heliomagnetic components of space climate, 1428 -2005
by K.G. McCracken Advances in Space Research 40 (2007) 1070 -1077, accepted 15 January 2007

McCracken  data shown here is the 10Be data record inverted and normalised to the CETs. Intensity of the GCRs is in the reverse proportion to the Heliospheric magnetic field, with geomagnetic field subtracted. North Atlantic Precursor ( possibly the true initiator of the N. Atlantic climate changes ) appears to form a base line for the CETs and the inverted 10Be records except for the 1840-1890 period. There should not be any significant correlation 10Be and CET, as is the case after 1950 (neutron monitor) and 1970 as the satellite measurements became available. 10Be data should closely correlate to the sunspot cycle (as is the case after 1960).
Berggren et al: To some extent periods of high 10Be values correspond to grand solar activity minima, most prominently during the Maunder (1645 -1715 AD) and Dalton (1790 -1830 AD) solar minima.
The statement is questionable, it is strictly true only after certain amount of correction .

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