The 'Theory of Relational Cycles of Solar
Activity' or 'Relational Cycle Theory' or simply the ‘RC Theory’ was developed during the spring of 2007. It was
the culmination of independent research by John L. Casey, President of the Space and Science Research Corporation. Following
his independent research, he performed an extensive review of other published scientific literature to corroborate
his findings and evaluate the accuracy of his work. As a result, it was found that most if not all of the elements
of the Theory were also established by other researchers, providing significant validation for the Theory and its importance
as a tool for prediction of future climate changes.
The Theory of Relational Cycles of Solar Activity ****
(The RC Theory)
There exists a family of solar activity cycles that has a profound and direct influence
on the Earth’s climate.
These cycles are called ‘relational cycles’ since their effects can be experienced or
to during one or two human lifetimes.
(3) There is a “Centennial Cycle” of 90-100 years duration, which manifests itself with
solar activity minimums and associated low temperatures with episodes lasting a few
to 1-2 decades.
(4) There is a “Bi-Centennial Cycle” of about 206 years
that is the most powerful of the
cycles and has significant effects on the climate of the Earth lasting
decades resulting in the most extreme variations in solar activity and temperatures.
(5) These cycles are correlated strongly to all past major temperature lows.
(6) There is remarkable regularity and hence the predictability of these oscillations, such that
theory may be a powerful tool in forecasting of major temperature and
Earth, many decades in advance.
There may be other relational cycles of shorter duration accounting for lesser solar
climatic events which may be revealed in subsequent research.
Theory, Copyright. John L. Casey April 30, 2007