Grand phases on the sun
The case for a mechanism responsible for extended solar minima and maxima
By Steven Haywood Yaskell
Intro. Only eight light minutes away
Chapter 1. Comprehending, and contemplating, deep time
Chapter 2. What is a grand solar phase versus a “regular” solar phase?
Chapter 3. Grand solar phases in possible civilization-altering contexts
Chapter 4. Widening perspectives of our sun in space: what does the Sun and
other star phenomena produce in the Sun-earth climate connection
– and what could it do to earth?
Chapter 5. “Centers of activity” on the Sun : a linear view of the nonlinear
as an introduction to helioseismology
Chapter 6. Total solar energy and particles, climate, Earth’s orbital considerations,
and the solar dynamo in the de Jager-Duhau synthesis
Chapter 7. What a grand solar phase mechanism might reveal in the short term
Chapter 8. A summary, some observations, and some closing thoughts