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Sunspot Count Jumps Past “Solar Maximum”
2004 10 25

by Mitch Battros – ECTV

Today’s sunspot count “passes” solar maximum by twenty eight. NASA’s predicted “maximum” for Cycle 23 is one hundred fifty. Today’s count is one hundred seventy eight. This occurred just days after NASA made their public statement that we may be entering the “solar minimum” and doing so years early. Now we see the so-called maximum is alive and well; and over three years later than predicted.

In addition, an M-Class flare has fired off just a couple of hours ago most likely from sunspot region 687. I will also suggest there is a 50-50 chance of an X-Class flare to occur from this same region within the next 48 hours.


Sunspots => Solar Flares => Magnetic Field Shift => Shifting Ocean and Jet Stream Currents => Extreme Weather and Human Disruption (mitch battros)

So what does all this mean? More proof we are not in a typical eleven year cycle. Further more, I would suggest we are in for quite a ride. Watch for extreme weather to occur around the world. Extreme temperature shifts, straight-line winds, micro-burst, hail storms and even possible tornados.

Here is the latest SOHO picture: It does not show the CME which occurred as the result of this latest M-Class flare. If the CME is Earth directed, there is a chance of satellite disruption. And here is a picture of the latest six sunspot regions.

Sunspots everywhere!

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