[01] – Galileo’s Theory of the Tides; by Rosella Gigli
(Basis of this theory: Due to additive effect of earth’s rotation and earth’s revolution
around sun there is an alteration in earth’s surface speed every 12 hours)

[02] – Paul D. Jose: Sun’s Motion and Sunspots
The Astronomical Journal, Vol. 70, Number 3, April 1965; P. 193-200…..70..193J

[03] – Differential solar rotation depends on solar activity;   Nature; Vol. 280 (1979
D.H. Clark, B.D.Yallop, S. Richard, B. Emerson P.J. Rudd,

[04] – Variations in solar rotation with the sunspot cycle
P.A. Gilman, R. Howard; Astrophysics J., Vol. 283 ..385 (1984)…283..385G

[05] – Periodicities in the Solar Differential Rotation, Surface Magnetic Field and
Planetary Configurations ; J. Javaraiah and M.H. Gokhale,
Solar Physics Vol. 158;  P158-173, 1995

[06] – Anomalous Solar Rotation in the Early 17th Century;
John A. Eddy, Peter A. Gilman, Dorothy E. Trotter (Science, Nov. 1977) and

[07] – Star laws – The Economist, June 27, 1987  (Because of the gravitational pull
exerted by their masses, planets make their star wobble) and

[08] – Wolfgang Silvanus: Ist doch Leben auf neuentdeckten Planeten moeglich?
VDI – Nachrichten Nr. 7; 16.2.96

[09] – Schlingernde Kreisel – Der Spiegel; 39/1993
(Beschreibung der Arbeiten von Laskar und Robutel)  and

[10] – Earth’s spin shows daily variations; Walter Sullivan
International Harald Tribune, 23.8.84

[11] Welt ohne Halt – Die Zeit; 26.4.96
(Beschreibung von Pol-Schwankungen, vermessen von der Universitaet Bern)

[12] – Association between the 11-year solar cycle, the quasibiennial oscillation and the
atmosphere, K. Labitzke, H. van Loon; Royal Society Discussion Meeting (1990) and

[13] – Der Einfluss des Mondes auf die Witterung;  Horst Dronia
Meteor. Abhandlungen; Band LXXI Heft 4;  Verlag D. Reimer, Berlin  (1967):
“Der taegliche und monatliche Einfluss unseres Trabanten auf die Atmosphaere
oberhalb der Troposphaere gilt als gesichert.”

[14] – A Dictionary of Astronomy, Pan Books / The Macmillan Press Ltd. London
McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology

[15] – Dr. Theodor Landscheidt († 2004),  Sonnenaktivitaet als dominanter Faktor
der Klimadynamik, Schroeter-Institut zur Erforschung der Zyklen der Sonnenaktivitaet

[16] – Sunspots and solar variability
H.S. Hudson, R.C. Willson – The physics of sunspots, 434-445 ((1981)

[17] – Solar radius variations over the past 265 years
R.L. Gilliland: Astrophys. J. Vol. 248,1144-1155  (1981)

[18] – On the variability of the solar diameter – The physics of sunspots, 434-445
A.D. Wittmann, J.A. Bonet Navarro, H. Woehl  (1981)

[19] – On the variation of planetary orbits and the solar activity period
A. Dauvillier; Bull. Soc. Roy Sci. Vol 44: 1975

[20] – Detection of the 11-yr sunspot cycle in earth rotation
R.G. Currie; Geophys. J.R. Astr. Soc. Vol. 61; 1980

[21] – Solar activity and the rotation of Jupiter
L. Klivsky, Z. Pokorny; Astrophys. Letters; Vol. 12; 1972

[22] – Solar Activity controls El Nino and La Nina; Dr. Theodor Landsheidt

[23] – Beitrag zu Untersuchungen ueber die Bewegung eines fluessigen gleichartigen
Ellipsoides –  Georg Friedrich Bernard Rieman (Abh. der Koeniglichen Gesellschaft
der Wissenschaften zu Goettingen 9 (1860)

[24] – The Earth’s Palaeorotation,  K. Lambeck (1978)
Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University

[25] – The Rotation of Planets with Satellites, Jacques Bouet
Journal Royal Astronomical Society Canada ; Vol.  80,  1986 ; Page 161

[26] – Rotation of Sun and Planets – Samy Esmaeil

[27] – Extrasolare Planeten

[28] – Rhodes W. Fairbridge: Climate and Keplerian Planetary Dynamics


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