Theodor Landscheidt

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Theodor Landscheidt (Bremen, 1927 – May 20, 2004) was a German author, astrologer and amateur climatologist.[1]

In 1989, Landscheidt forecast a period of sunspot minima after 1990, accompanied by increased cold, with a stronger minimum and more intense cold which should peak in 2030 [1] [2] His work on solar cycles has been cited by global warming skeptics [3] to argue that observed warming is not anthropogenic and will soon be reversed, based on an assumption that fluctuations in climate are controlled by solar activity.[4]

In 1983 he founded and financed the "Schroeter Institute for Research in Cycles of Solar Activity" in Lilienthal, near Bremen.[5] The Institute later moved with him to Nova Scotia, Canada.

Peer reviewed articles[edit]

  • Landscheidt, T. 2000. River Po Discharges And Cycles Of Solar Activity - Discussion. Hydrological Sciences Journal-Journal Des Sciences Hydrologiques 45 (3): 491-493.
  • Landscheidt, T. 1999. Extrema In Sunspot Cycle Linked To Sun's Motion. Solar Physics 189 (2): 415-426.
  • Landscheidt, T. 1988. Solar Rotation, Impulses Of The Torque In The Suns Motion, And Climatic Variation. Climatic Change 12 (3): 265-295.
  • Landscheidt, T. 1987. Cyclic Distribution Of Energetic X-Ray Flares. Solar Physics 107 (1): 195-199.
  • Landscheidt, T. 1981. Swinging Sun, 79-Year Cycle, And Climatic-Change. Journal Of Interdisciplinary Cycle Research 12 (1): 3-19.

Books[edit]

  • Cosmic cybernetics: The foundations of a modern astrology; Ebertin-Verlag (1973), ASIN: B0006CFNX6
  • Sun, Earth, Man: A Mesh of Cosmic Oscillations - How Planets Regulate Solar Eruptions, Geomagnetic Storms, Conditions of Life and Economic Cycles; Urania Trust (Mar 1989), ISBN 1-871989-00-0

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Landscheidt, Theodor (1989). Sun, Earth, Man. Urania Trust. Introduction. ISBN 1-871989-00-0. 
  2. ^ Landscheidt, T. New Little Ice Age Instead of Global Warming. Energy and Environment 14, 327-350. - 2003; online copy available
  3. ^ Still Waiting For Greenhouse
  4. ^ Sorokhtin, O.G. (2007). Global Warming and Global Cooling: Evolution of Climate on Earth. Elsevier Science. p. 169. ISBN 0-444-52815-6. 
  5. ^ Battros, Mitch (2005). Solar Rain. Earth Changes Press. p. 48. ISBN 0-9771348-3-0. 

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