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The Sun Shall Explode if Eruptions Stop
By R.Bhambhani

Dr. Raj Baldev, Cosmo Theorist from India, explained: "A large sunspot is the region allowing all classes of eruptions. The eruptions are on the increase in recent years and it is dangerous for the Earth as well as other planets.

"In the Sun, there is a special ventilated area called sunspots which is a flaring region. Bemhard Fleck, Solar and Heliospheric Observatory Project Scientist with the European Space Agency simply says the sunspot groups have increased only in the last few years, which I beg to differ.

"The fact remains that this region used to discharge the solar flare regularly and systematically in the last century but now its ejecting balance has increased its width and it unleashes huge solar flare much more than from other areas.

"This type of sunspot regions has intense magnetic energy, which is cooler than the surrounding of the solar surface but it is dangerous though interesting to know." Dr. Raj Baldev said.

"If there is anything special that happens in the Sun or within the Solar System or the Cosmos as a whole, we must keep a watch on it.

"The Sunspot group, which is numbered 720, carried 16 M-class flares and 5 X-class flares. At 2 a.m.ET on one memorable Thursday of the last month, it gave a free rein to one of the most intense flares called X7 in recent years. Flares of visible light and X-rays are rated as M (medium) and X for strong ones.

"Some flares go together with coronal mass ejections (CMEs), which are clouds of charged sub-atomic particles, which move in the outer region at the speed of millions of kilometer per hour.

"However, it was not as strong as Halloween Storms, which occurred, in the last quarter of 2003. About this flare I predicted in my book "Two Big Bangs Created the Universe" (Formed in Eternal Space):

"P.52 reads: "Further I feel that they (flares) should occur between Oct. and Dec. 2003 with an approximate speed of about 7.5 million kmph. If the speed touches or exceeds the speed of 8 million kmph, which is unlikely this time, it can disrupt the magnetic field of the Earth and can also create a hole.

"Even if it touches the speed of 7.5 million kmph, which is likely this year, may damage the power grids, particularly in North U.S. and Canada and can also affect some communication satellites and plane routes by charging the clouds with particles emitted by the Sun."

"Exactly in the similar period, the flare of November 2003 had included 10X-class flares, which blew out two Earth-orbiting satellites and even paralyzed an instrument aboard a Mars orbiter, confirmed by Robert Roy Britt of the in the article released on 21 Jan. 2005 under the caption of "Sun unleashes huge solar flare".

"The most interesting point is that when the solar flare is ejected, it also affects the stars to some extent, which are placed in nearby trajectories. Bemhard Fleck, SOHO Project Scientist with ESA said, "During the first few hours of the storm, four stars were lost."

"If this Sunspot region is further widened, it can damage stars, the Earth or other planets including Jupiter, which it hit in 2001,"Dr Raj Baldev said.

"According to Hubble, astronomers first turned their telescopes to Jupiter, they noted a reddish spot on the giant planet. This Great Red Spot is still present 300 years later.

"It is a vast storm, spinning like a cyclone. Unlike a low-pressure hurricane , the Red Spot rotates in a counterclockwise direction in the Southern Hemisphere, showing that it is a high-pressure system.

"Storm winds reach speeds of 270 mph. The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the solar system; 15,400 miles across, it is twice the size of Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter. The Red Spot changes its shape, size, and color.

"In short, the fundamentals of the Sun, Solar System and the Cosmos are changing fast, either it is dangerous, which I think it is so, however, it is quite interesting and simultaneously thrilling." Dr Raj Baldev concluded.

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