Climate oscillations with periods ~20 and ~60-years, appear synchronized to Jupiter (12-years) and Saturn (29-years)  orbital  periods,  while  Moon’s  orbital  cycle  appears  synchronized  to  an  Earthy  9.1 -year  temperature  cycle  (Scafetta, 2010). The Earth’s magnetic moment % decay over the past century reflects 30 -year weakening-trends and  30-year strengthening-trends of solar magnetic field, exhibiting the same periods (60-years) well correlated to the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO). In addition, magnetic trends exhibit 3 smaller inflection changes during the 30-year trends which appears correlated: (i) with the 9.1-year Moon orbital cycle and (ii) with El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) patterns overprinted with the 22-year Hale Cycle, more closely associated with a Jupiter affect. Finally the MaddenJulian Oscillation (MJO) 40-day power-spectrum correlates with the period in which Earth experiences a complete solar rotation and interestingly also a north-south oscillation of earthquakes along the Western Pacific rim (Krishnamurti, 2009). A review of the literature indicates that El Niño’s have 6-month earthquake precursors (Walker, 1995). In addition the Nation Earthquake information Center database reveals that large 9.0+ earthquakes only occur along the 30-year cooling trend during solar magnetic field strengthening. During this same period Earth also experiences electromagnetic (e.m.) induction charging, mostly from southern plasma ring-currents coupled to telluric currents in the ridge encircling Antarctica. This transformer effect from the south-pole exerts climate control over the planet via aligned tectonic vortex structures along the Western Pacific rim, electrically connected to the core. This is consistent with the “Earth Endogenous Energy” theory (Gregori, 2002 – Earth as a rechargeable battery/capacitor).

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