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Sunspots Everywhere - What’s Going On With the Sun?
2005 07 04

by Mitch Battros – ECTV

Today’s sunspot count has jumped to 168. The Sun is peppered with spots covering most of the Earth facing surface. Sunspot region 783 poses the greatest threat of M-Class flares.

So what caused the Sun to suddenly act out? Well, we just don’t know. I am working feverously to find out. Everything I learn is being placed in the sequel book “Cosmic Rain”. This book picks up where “Solar Rain” stops. Now you can read all about how we have greatly enhanced our knowledge of what causes the extreme weather phenomena on Earth as it is directly connected to the Sun. ‘Solar Rain’ goes into great detail using 350 pages in sixteen chapters. Charts and color photos help make it an easier ready for those just learning about this incredible causal effect. By the time you finish reading ‘Solar Rain’, your very first question may be: “But what causes the “solar cycles”? In the sequel “Cosmic Rain”, we ex! plore GRB’s (gamma ray burst) Pulsars, Quasars, and assorted energy waves (plasma, magnetic, gravity) coming from the center of our galaxy (Milky Way) and near by Andromeda. This may in part be the source to what appears to be a natural rhythmic occurrence driving the Suns cycles. ‘Cosmic Rain’ due out next spring.

Today’s Sunspots:

Watch for sudden spikes in the X-Ray Flux:

Then within 72 hours of the Flux, watch for a sudden spike in the Kp Index:

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

Get Outside Tonight or Watch NASA TV

Tonight July 3rd at 10:52 PM – Pacific: watch NASA throws a missile at comet Temple-1 “so we can see what happens” (NASA). We might also watch for signs of “unintended consequences”.

Important “Deep Impact” links and information:

“Deep Impact Mission” Home Page:

NASA Deep Impact “live” Feed:

Webcast Details: All Times Pacific:

  • July 3, 10:52 p.m. - Expected time of impact

  • July 4, 1 a.m. - Post-impact briefing

  • July 4, 11 a.m. - Post-impact press conference

  • Article from: Earth Changes TV Newsletter

    More: Deep Impact Live Coverage

    NASA Deep Impact News

    Viewing Opportunities Near You

    Predictions on “Deep Impact”

    Deep Impact On Course for Comet Crash

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