Good afternoon from an overcast and rather damp Surrey.
As is well known, I respect the work of an incredible young man, Ben Davidson… better known as Suspicious0bservers.
Ben posted an interesting video yesterday evening, showing images of a rather impressive plasma filament on our beautiful Star… and it is stunning indeed. Whilst we shouldn’t overly fear anything, it may be wise, as always, just to keep a careful eye on the situation…
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Tagged June 2014, Plasma Filament, Solar Activity, solar behaviour, solar changes, Sun, Suspicious 0bservers, The Sun, Unusual Solar Behaviour
Fascinating and thought-provoking article from the Space.com crew, kindly shared with us by Alvin of the always informative Extinction Protocol Blog (thank you Alvin). Given that changes are affecting the Solar System as a whole, would it be unreasonable to assume that our majestic Star may be undergoing significant changes of its own…?
The Extinction Protocol
November 11, 2013– SPACE – Something is up with the sun. Scientists say that solar activity is stranger than in a century or more, with the sun producing barely half the number of sunspots as expected and its magnetic poles oddly out of sync. The sun generates immense magnetic fields as it spins. Sunspots—often broader in diameter than Earth—mark areas of intense magnetic force that brew disruptive solar storms. These storms may abruptly lash their charged particles across millions of miles of space toward Earth, where they can short-circuit satellites, smother cellular signals or damage electrical systems. Based on historical records, astronomers say the sun this fall ought to be nearing the explosive climax of its approximate 11-year cycle of activity—the so-called solar maximum. But this peak is “a total punk,” said Jonathan Cirtain, who works at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration as project scientist for the Japanese…
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Posted in Book Two - In Progress, Earth Changes, Earth-Sun Magnetic Relationship, Geomagnetic Reversal, Heliosphere, Home Page, Solar Activity, Space Weather, The Extinction Protocol, The Sun
Tagged Solar Activity, solar changes, Solar Cycle, Solar Magnetic Flip, Solar System, space weather, Sun Pole Reversal, Sunspots, The Extinction Protocol, The Sun, Universe, Unusual Solar Behaviour