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Old June 11th 21, 08:21 AM posted to sci.astro.research
Ray Tomes[_3_]
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Default Foundation for the Study of Cycles and its Forum

After struggling for sometime, the Foundation for the Study of Cycles is
now operating properly again, and its Forum is also restarted. Please
consider posting your cycles related topics here.
https://cycles.org
https://forum.cycles.org

There are subsections for each branch of science including astronomy and
cosmology. Of course astronomy is the original branch of science where
cycles were discovered, and it is full of cycles: variable stars,
planetary motions, binary stars etc etc.

One popular area of cycles study is the sunspot cycle(s), with the main
11 year cycle being neither like clockwork nor random. There are other
longer and shorter cycles which play their part in climate and weather
fluctuations.

Ray Tomes
Science Director
Foundation for the Study of Cycles

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