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A comparison between noble gases on the terrestrial planets and other solar system objects reveals significant differences in both elemental ratios and isotopic compositions and indicates that complex processes were involved in accumulating planetary volatiles from the nebula.

The majority of the major elements are already present within the lattices of various clay minerals when they enter the basin of deposition, and the variations in their contents in the different sediments reflect variation in the clay mineralogy of these deposits.

This variation in the clay mineralogy is thought to be due to variation in weathering conditions in the source area of the sediments.

The question ends up being, what causes these changes, precessional and orbital inclination?

And in our case what causes the changes in magnetic polarity?

Latest Releases from the Sun, high energy particles have caused surges in power lines of high capacity, aurora (northern / southern) latitudes, not seen before, problems in air communications, and lastly the decrease of the lives of some geostationary satellites and other events.

On the other hand, but a related way, I have observed that history geomagnetic variations occurred between the last years 2008, 2009, 20, the magnitude of the field in gauss has decreased, but not with the frequency or pulse daily, there is more noise in the magnetic variation charts (see

The uncertainty is given basically on whether or not the samples belong to a geological interval or another.

However, and based on these measurements, this phenomenon is more common than I had sensed it.

But the large number of samples taken at different locations, and making findings, which for so many years, have made several people and researchers, have been established with some accuracy, changes in magnetic polarity, for this I refer to studies and paleo-geomagnetism surveys made by Mc Dougall (Paleomagnetism chapter 9 p. Referring to the line of magnetic changes of the author only and in particular we turn to see the correlation between climate and geomagnetic phenomena and the imminence of the event.

Well, the difference in results of different measurements-Cox, Mc Dougall, Doell, Opdyke, are due to the number of samples and the correlation of these with the analysis of age of the layer found.

Instead, small changes in climate caused by some fluke, for example, volcanism, do not establish a general trend of a possible global cycle, plus it can be missed at any given time, such as the fall of a small meteor.