Behind solar activity cause - Transitional periods

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Introduction

We refer to time intervals as transitional periods, when the monitored functions come into antiphase.

 Transition periods 

For example periods: 1480-1500, 1545-1560, 1605-1620, 1665-1680, 1725-1740, 1785-1805, 1845-1865, 1905-1925, 1965-1985, 2025-2050.

The periods are not exactly identical and the interference of functions does not always occur in the same way - sometimes (I.) there is a minimum at the time of "zeroing" (i.e. the greatest negative interference). rather from the position of the planets Jupiter-Saturn e.g. 700 (690-710), ... , 1553, 1613, 1672 (Maunder), 1731, ..., 2040, ...

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other times (II.) rather a minimum from Jupiter's perihelion e.g. 1062 (Oort), 1310, 1370, 1429, 1489, ...,(1738), 1797, 1857, 1916, 1975, ... )

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In the transitional periods (II.) around 1910-1920, 1970-1980, the Earth's rotation slows down (Klaus Strobach, Unsere Planet Erde, Berlin 1991)


 Earthquake in Bohemia 

Earthquakes in the Czech Republic occur rather rarely, three of the relatively larger ones they occurred in 1903, 1927 and 1938-39. The first two flank the transitional period, another one follows near the minimum of functions in 1940-41. All three correspond to the years of Jupiter's passage through perihelion.

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 Volcanic eruptions - in transitional periods 

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Stromboli, y.1558
Italy
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Nevado dei Ruiz, y.1985
Colombia
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Paektu, y.946
Korea
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Tarawera, y.1315
New Zealand
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Etna, y.1669
Italy
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Unzen-Dake, y.1792
Japan

 Zemětřesení - v přechodných obdobích 

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Kypr y.77
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Calabria, y.1783
Italy

The following earthquakes also occur near Jupiter's perihelion passage.

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Sicily y.326
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Antiochie y.458
(Turkey)
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Aegean Sea y.1000
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Kavkaz, y.1667 
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Iran y.1727
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Kalkata y.1737
India
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Quito y.1797
Ecuador
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Lesbos y.1846
Aegean Sea
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Rhodos y.1858
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Peru, Bolivia y.1868
Equador, Kolumbie

Earthquakes near Jupiter's aphelion transit.

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Gandja, y.1139 

Earthquakes near the Jupiter-Saturn alignment.

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Constantinople y.342
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Shan-si, y.1057
China 
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Tian Shan y.1911
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Kan-su y.1920
China
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Japan y.1923

Other earthquakes.

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Shan-si, y.1556 
China

 Jupiter and Saturn at perihelion 

Extremes of energy - the fastest transit of the planets ... - local minima of activity

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y.1975
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 Pluvials 

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y.1008
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y.1068
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y.1375
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