Graph of Earth Sun Distance

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Graph of Earth Sun Distance

#1 Postby gigabite » Sat Jul 27, 2013 12:43 pm

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This is a plot of the earth aphelion +/- (4th of July) sun distance.

http://solarscience.msfc.nasa.gov/image ... dict_l.gif

Solar Cycle 24 is dissolving.

Therefore: The Sun is small and we are further away from it.

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Re: Graph of Earth Sun Distance

#2 Postby gigabite » Sun Aug 25, 2013 7:27 am

Naples Rainfall
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YEAR | 1/2 year
MEAN| 19.96
2013 | 23.92
2012 | 11.05
2011 | 10.57 Nearest approach of Jupiter 1987-2035
2010 | 22.49
2009 | 14.09
2008 | 19.2
2007 | 11.17
2006 | 12.69
2005 | 22.26
2004 | 21.02
2003 | 29.42

It seems that My Analog Year is not performing as expected.
The good news is Naples ground water table is perking up.

Current Astronomic Factors of Analog Failure

* The extremely low swing of the moon and the enhanced the Hadley Circulation
* Greater than 1% graviton shortfall vs 2011
* Near normal Earth Sun Distance

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#3 Postby gigabite » Sun Dec 21, 2014 6:14 pm

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Tropical Cyclone vs Jupiter Distance
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