Dr. J. Dickey of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena:
"One possibility is the movements of Earth's core (where Earth's magnetic field originates) might disturb Earth's magnetic shielding of charged-particle (i.e., cosmic ray) fluxes that have been hypothesized to affect the formation of clouds. This could affect how much of the sun's energy is reflected back to space and how much is absorbed by our planet. Other possibilities are that some other core process could be having a more indirect effect on climate, or that an external (e.g. solar) process affects the core and climate simultaneously. "
M.A. Vukcevic :
Phase relationship between SOLAR and the EARTH's MAGNETIC VARIABILITY is of the fundamental importance, when in phase oceans warm, when out of phase oceans cool.
Two magnetic signals combined (Geo-Solar cycle) closely correlate to the N. Hemisphere's natural variability, both on decadal and multi-decadal scale.
POLAR TEMPERATURE AMPLIFICATION
NASA: Temperature pattern is a manifestation of "Arctic Amplification", which is characterized by temperature increases 1.50C
greater than (more than double) the increases at lower latitudes (Overland et al., 2011; Stroeve et al., 2012).
ARCTIC TEMPERATURE & GEOMAGNETIC FIELD
STRONG SUN - EARTH ELECTRO & MAGNETIC LINK DISCOVERED (by M.A. Vukcevic)
ARCTIC as the key to
understanding of the CLIMATE CHANGE
The highlighted period 1940 -1980 shows: highest acceleration in the CO2 emissions
and the Arctic temperatures in record fall
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