2017
DOI: 10.17265/2159-581x/2017.03.004
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William Sokeland

Abstract: Abstract:The planet responds thermally to the impacts of nova WZ Sagittae debris by heating and cooling. The result in the first 19 years of the nova WZ Sagittae cycle is global warming that is hemi-spherically dependent and is detectable in South America ice core data and Antarctica surface mass balance data. Planetary thermal data are correlated in the past by calculating the debris impact times from the super outbursts times of nova WZ Sagittae. The shape of the arctic ice cap is dependent on the 220 degre…

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