Re: of volcanoes solar cycle and 'weather' « Reply #76 on Nov 5, 2010, 8:32am »
Hi Maui, This is the observations that we are trying to explain. There is currently an abrupt increase in volcanic activity world wide. In the past when there was an interruption to the sunspot mechanism there was an abrupt climate change, an increase in volcanic activity, an increase in earthquakes, and geomagnetic field changes. The abrupt climate changes follow a 1470 year cycle.
This is the second of two linked comments, look above for a comment concerning astrophysical anomalies that are alleged to be due to what happens when supernovas exploded and when the massive objects collapse. There are series of papers by specialists in stellar evolution and astrophysics that provide observational and theoretical support for the hypothesis. I can provide links and a Coles notes summary of the observations and theories if anyone is interested.
The point of these comments is that it appears the sunspot creation mechanism has been interrupted. The following are observations of what happens on the surface of the planet when the solar magnetic cycle is at a minimum and when the solar magnetic cycle is interrupted.
As noted there is an abrupt change in the geomagnetic field that is also occurring at the time of the solar magnetic cycle interruption. (Archeomagnetic jerks - Inclination of the geomagnetic field abruptly changes 10 to 15 degrees and Geomagnetic excursion -Non dipole component of the field abruptly increases which is a stronger version of the archeomagnetic jerk)