January 28, 2020

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  • Stan Norred

    I can hear you fine…
    I’m assuming the exercise is a test of GPS jamming of enemy’s navigational capabilities…

  • Vernon

    Knowing variation in precipitation…. EXCEPT IN CALIFORNIA!

    • Laura

      I wish I were learned enough to assist your endeavors as suspicious observers of our world and others. This speaks to your abilities to access your knowledge and use it even when it’s not cited or referred to, but you know, already, the causal relationships and apply them to help bring clarity to all.
      Your channel S0 has taught me so much, and I’d say the majority of that learning has been at this level. Broader. A gorgeous expanse, and opportunity for all to learn.
      When you’ve been educated on a subject you can apply that specific knowledge in many ways and using many means. Enlightenment involves .. well, everything? But incrementally. It’s this application you speak of here that allows answers to be found.
      An atmosphere, soaked in the motivating power of human curiosity, and then learning; S0.
      Thank you, Ben Davidson, for your freely shared insights. Your attitude, ability and talent for eliciting response and even understanding from unlearned folks like myself is rare, and it, and hence you, will change the course of humanity. Truly! In so many ways, going forward.
      God bless you and yours, and thank you for opening this Premium Deeper Insight to all. It’s truly that.

      • Laura

        To Vernon: Apologies! I’m not sure how this landed under your witty post. It was meant as a main. My error, at any rate.

  • cfjk

    weatherbell.com / joe bastardi -twitter ‘ hope you’re aware, if not big opportunity for personal growth being missed by both you and jb

  • Bob

    Can’t help but think of the story of Joseph in Genesis 41 about the 7 years of plenty followed by 7 years of famine in Egypt. Makes one wonder how close this is to the sunspot cycle timing.

    • Mark Grigoleit

      Might be something to that. I remember reading about 7 fat years followed by 7 lean years as a teenager, and so the idea that it might not rain for 7 years was always a possibility for me. Now I learn why.

  • Rlbball5

    Thank you for doing the amazing work you do

  • Frauleen

    I agree, Ben. Acquiring knowledge gives one new eyes to see and discern with. I’ve always been attracted to multi-disciplinary researchers, providing connections and clues to the BIG picture. Improves one’s bullshit meter, too.

  • Michael

    thank you so much for the enlightening info, the world needs more folks like you all. I talk with as many people about these subjects as I can and I’m am amazed at the amount that know a bit, as well as those that don’t.

  • Andrew Cody

    No offense but did you mean

    Solar Forcing Paper Masquerading AS Just Another Climate Paper


    Solar Forcing Paper Masquerading AND Just another Climate Paper

    Otherwise this is a good catch on context taken – out of context – using context as the subject (or Subjugate)

  • Jon Steedley

    Hello, Ben;
    Thank you for this, I really appreciate it.
    I think you’re doing a GREAT job, keep it up.
    Have a GREAT day, Neighbor!

  • Michael Durfee

    Since this paper does not discuss the sun, solar wind, solar flares, geomagnetism, cosmic rays, or anything related to space weather; similarly nothing about the magnetosphere or ionosphere. This begs the question as to cause behind this omission.

    By knowing the state of the climate at very specific time from the past, whatever deviates (from the present state of the climate) outside the state of the (past) climate, you can correlate with the specific oscillation of the observed effects.

    It would seem that the effects (observed rain precipitation) are being correlated with the causes from the past. As we continue to observe the effects initially, it will only follow that the causes will be here shortly.

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