Solar influence on climate occurs (by high-frequency modulation) through the “external-way” (Sun → magnetosphere → troposphere) and (by low-frequency) through the “internal-way” (Sun → Earth’s endogenous energy → energy exhalation). The percent role of either “way” depends on the spectrum of the solar change. The “external-way” modulation displays substantial uniformity, the “internal-way” a largely variable spacetime anisotropy. A higher percent of “internal” driver implies greater vorticity in fluid Earth, oceans, and atmosphere (the present Sun is very anomalous).Fluid dynamics of every ionized medium is a very effective and ubiquitous dynamo (according to the Cowling’s generalized theorem), from the micro- through the macro-scale. Vorticity supplies altogether increased atmospheric electricity, water condensation and precipitation, larger cloud cover, larger albedo, smaller capture of solar radiation, colder and variable climate. Very different phenomena are thus correlated to one another. (1) Localized thermal expansion of lithosphere and crust, (2) changes of subsoil electrical conductivity, and (3) gas exhalation, change altogether the electromagnetic (e.m.) coupling between subsoil and atmosphere, thus justifying anomalous and otherwise unexplained events (wildfires), deep-ocean fauna beaching (due to deep water poisoning), and eventually also energy-threshold phenomena (volcanic paroxysm, earthquakes, hurricanes), and seismic/atmospheric (meteorological and/or ionospheric) correlation. Modern high frequency climate is modulated by solar system orbital physics variation in electromagnetic/gravitational coupling between the Earth and other astrophysical bodies. Solar rotation and orbital influences of the Moon, Jupiter and Saturn have dominant roles in modern climate high frequency modulation. While Earth’s longer orbital cycles, such as eccentricity (~100 ka), obliquity (~36 ka), and precession (~26 ka) modulate ice ages, 100 ka year cycles, and various other climate proxies, are known as Milanković cycles.Ancient palaeo-climate is controlled by (1) Earth e.m. resonance (410 ka years; i.e. eccentricity modulation), (2) Solar System crossing of galactic equatorial plane (~14 Ma), and (3) timing of endogenous energy release (27.4 Ma, Earth’s “electrocardiogram”), with different proxies (hotspot volcanic sequences, geodynamic spirals, etc.). Other cycles are the result of the size and structure of the Earth, with its associated typical timing, such as the so-called “terminations”, or the 179 Ma cycle of continent and orogen generation and destruction by weathering and erosion.This is where the abstract should be placed. It should consist of one paragraph giving a concise summary of the material in the article below. Replace the title, authors, and addresses with your own title, authors, and addresses. You may have as many authors and addresses as you like. It is preferable not to use footnotes in the abstract or the title; the acknowledgments of funding bodies etc. are to be placed in a separate section at the end of the text.
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