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8 September 2013

At http://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2013/09/01/oldbrew-and-tallbloke-why-phi-… … and http://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2013/09/06/oldbrew-and-tallbloke-why-phi-… … lots to think about here, a continuing investigation that began with http://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2013/02/20/a-remarkable-discovery-all-sol…

The Tall Bloke hypothesis that Phi connects planetary orbits, the synodic conjunction periods they form with thir neighbours, solar cycle periods and cycles found in terrestrial climate proxy time series – an odd brew, indeed.

This is an interesting succession of articles by Roger Tattershall and Stuart Graham, especially as Leif Svalgaard has introduced a paper at Anthony Watts blog to the opposite poinht of view – see http://wattsupwiththat.com/2013/09/07/new-paper-says-no-evidence-of-plan… … which basically says planetary influences are too small to be significant – which is confirmation of the mainstream point of view.

The subject matter is interesting in view of Wal Thornhill's talk at the David Salkeld Memorial Meeting in Redhill (7th September, 2013), the video to follow in due course. This touched on hypothetical origins of the solar system which again, differ from mainstream.

In the Tattershall and Graham articles Rhodes Fairbridge is temporarily resurrected – concerning beach rdiges on Hudson Bay and a cycle of 317 years. What might cause the solar system to organise itself in terms of Fibonacci ratios and phi relationships is yet to be decided and the series of posts has some way to go as yet.

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