Unless there's a twin star to our sun in which case axial precession might be an illusion the Earth's wobble won't effect the total amount of energy received from the sun as is expected from increased ellipticity, but will effect the amount of sun's energy to the Northern and Southern hemispheres in a cyclical 26000 (and diminishing) year period with periodic further exacerbations caused by variations in tilt.
How has Precession and variations in tilt been factored into the weather change model if at all?
As a side question: On the Salisbury Plain 6500 yrs ago according to wobble theory the East-West alignment going by the apparent motion of the sun across the sky must have been different to today. Can anyone tell me how to calculate the difference in respect to Grid North please?
I'm building a picture of Neolithic Britain and want to know the orientation of East-West in this time period to check for orientation practices if any. The particular time period I'm interested in lies about half way along the Axial Precession's swing so I'm interested to know A) Whether the axial precession exists or not and B) How the theory is in agreement with the weather patterns for the last 24000 yrs on Salisbury Plain.