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Sun, Life, Climate, Earthquake Forecasters | S0 News Apr.26.2017

 

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Sun Angle | ** SEVERE SUNBURN** | Siding Melting | 'Mirror Effect'

 

Basically for info only.  I also recall hearing that in Phoenix at the beginning of May, there were people who reported being seriously sunburned through their jeans,  However, you will note that the house with the melted siding was in Canada, so this can happen anywhere. 

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Cosmic Rays hitting Earth Intensifying | Climate to plunge into Chaos

 

 

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Space Storm rocks Earth | "Ionosphere Shock Pulse" | Derecho forming over Midwest!

 

 

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Filament Erupts, Moon Tipped, Weather | S0 News May.31.2017

 

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Solar Wind Watch, Orbital Resonance | S0 News Jun.2.2017

 

 

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Quake Factors Peak, Star Formation, Climate | S0 News June.21.2017

 

 

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SOLAR FLARE AND RADIO BLACKOUT: Sunspot AR2665 has grown into a behemoth almost as wide as the planet Jupiter: movie. Stretching more than 125,000 km from end to end and containing dozens of dark cores, the active region is an now easy target for backyard solar telescopes. Amateur astronomer Peter Desypris sends this July 9th photo from Syros island, Greece:

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"This is the biggest sunspot of 2017 so far," says Desypris. "I photographed it using an 8'inch LX200 telescope and a safe solar filter."

On July 9th at 0318 UT the big sunspot erupted, producing an M1.3-class solar flare. Telescopes onboard NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the explosion's extreme ultraviolet flash:

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A pulse of UV and X-radiation from the flare ionized the top of Earth's atmosphere. This, in turn, altered the normal propagation of shortwave radio transmissions on the dayside of our planet. A map from NOAA shows the geographical regions affected: mostly Australia and east Asia. People who might have noticed blackouts, fades, and other transmission irregularities include aviators, mariners, and ham radio operators. 
Considering its extreme size, AR2665 has been relatively calm so far. Stronger flares and CMEs could be in the offing, however, as the sunspot continues to grow and turns toward Earth. Stay tuned for updates"

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A 75,000-mile-wide HOLE has appeared on the sun – and experts warn it could knock out communications satellites and cause blackouts on Earth

July 12, 2017    Shivali Best

"A huge spot has appeared on the sun that could send dangerous solar flares down to Earth.
The sunspot, dubbed AR2665, is 74,560 miles (120,000 kilometres) wide – big enough to be seen from Earth.
Experts have warned that the spot is large enough to produce 'M-class' solar flares, which can cause radio blackouts on Earth, knock out communications satellites and create radiation storms.

This sunspot is the first to appear after the sun was spotless for 2 days. Like freckles on the face of the sun, they appear to be small features, but size is relative: The dark core of this sunspot is larger than Earth as shown by this graphic

 

This sunspot is the first to appear after the sun was spotless for 2 days. Like freckles on the face of the sun, they appear to be small features, but size is relative: The dark core of this sunspot is larger than Earth as shown by this graphic.

Nasa's Solar Dynamics Observatory first detected the huge spot last week, and it appears to have lingered through to this week.
Sunspots are darker, cooler areas on the surface of the sun, caused by interactions with the sun's magnetic field.
They tend to appear in regions of intense magnetic activity, and when that energy is released, solar flares and huge storms erupt from sunspots.
Such a storm could create stunning auroras around the world, as well as play havoc with power grids, potentially causing blackouts in some areas. "

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4689446/A-75-000-mile-wide-HOLE-appeared-sun.html

 

 

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BPEarthWatch: Powerful Solar Burst/Sunday Quake Warning! [VIDEO]

Posted By: NaturalWisdom
Date: Friday, 14-Jul-2017 17:45:13

 

Per USGS and CSEM/EMSC, Macedonia, Oklahoma, and an area straddling the Columbia/Ecuador border have been repeatedly hit by 3.x and 4.x quakes lately. Western Montana near Yellowstone has seen several small tremors in recent days as well. While a major quake may not impact our planet over the next few days, it's still prudent to have survival plan, just in case.

Powerful Solar Burst/Sunday Quake Warning!
BPEarthWatch
July 14, 2017
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfJQNsJXSEk

Source http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=79229

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