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The Unified Cycle Theory: Introduction & Data

Stephen J. Puetz
Year: 2010 Pages: 8
This paper introduces a sequence of cycles found in nature. Dubbed the Extra-Universal Wave Series (EUWS), these cycles may originate from outside of our observable universe. Collectively, the cycles were first discovered in 2008 and published in The Unified Cycle Theory in 2009. However, many of these cycles were already discovered on an individual basis prior to 2008. Examples include the ~ 516-yr climate cycle determined from ocean sediments, the ~ 1547-yr Dansgaard-Oeschger climate cycle, the ~ 4640-yr Bond climate cycle, the ~ 125-kyr climate cycle, the ~ 30-myr extinction cycle, and Earth's ~ 822-myr cycle in crustal formation. The Unified Cycle Theory provided a breakthrough by linking these cycles as part of an infinite harmonic sequence. Unlikely as it may seem, individual wavelengths in this sequence are precisely separated from adjacent cycles by a factor of three. Linkage implies these cycles share a common source. Whether the EUWS cycle is as short as 9.57 days or as long as 22.2 billion years, the source of these fluctuations must be the same. Heretofore, geologists have concentrated on processes internal to Earth's ecosystem to explain volcanic episodes, when, in fact, oscillations in star formation rates suggest these cycles were already shaping our universe prior to Earth's existence. A single equation describes the EUWS oscillations. This paper presents the equation, provides graphics of theoretical oscillations, and demonstrates the occurrences of these cycles in nature. The presence of EUWS cycles can be detected in a wide variety of ways including star formation oscillations, episodes of volcanism, global climate fluctuations, evolution of new gene families, mass extinction cycles, spots in the Sun and stars, civilization cycles, and financial panic cycles.