X3 Solar Flare Moves FASTER Than Light

Waves like this, with a period of 22.6 years, eminate from the GC, causing our Sun's maximum and minimum cycle.

The following is from spaceweather.com: SOLAR FLARE CAUSES RARE ‘MAGNETIC CROCHET’: On Nov. 5th at 22:12 UT, the magnetic canopy of sunspot AR1890 erupted, producing a brief but intense X3-class solar flare. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the extreme ultraviolet flash: Radiation from the flare caused a surge in the ionization of Earth’s upper atmosphere–and this … Continue reading

Baked Alaska! NWS in Fairbanks Summary

Below is the recap for the final week of October, 2013, from the National Weather Service office in Fairbanks, AK. You can follow along at home by going to their website http://pafg.arh.noaa.gov/ PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK 900 AM AKST MON NOV 4 2013 …WEEKLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA… OBSERVED LAST … Continue reading

Severe Weather Should Be Expected 3 Days From Now

From the SDO.GSFC.NASA team, this represents sunspots on the solar disk. A large increase of sunspot activity on the farside of the Sun can be seen.

  Over the past few years I have been observing and preserving data, twice daily, from NWS, SWPC, SOHO, SDO, NOAA, and a few others in order to pinpoint the exact nature of the relationship between our Sun and the weather patterns on Earth. Also if a connection between tectonic plate shifts and Solar activity … Continue reading

Sea Ice Levels Begin to Increase, 09/19/2012

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Data from the Naval Ice Center shows that the 2012 Minimum Ice Levels have been reached and we have begun to GAIN sea ice.  After falling to the lowest levels seen in recorded history, between September 19 and September 26 sea ice has increased by 268,700 sq km. Though the ice will not be as … Continue reading

2nd CME Causes 2nd January Tornado Outbreak

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From the NWS- NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX 844 AM CST WED JAN 25 2012 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN LEAGUE CITY HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WARNING FOR…   MONTGOMERY COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS… * UNTIL 915 AM CST * AT 840 AM CST…NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A   SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE … Continue reading

Coronal Mass Ejection Kills 4 In Southern United States

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Impact from a CME causes a rare January sever weather outbreak in the Southern United States. At posting, 2 confirmed people dead and 2 unconfirmed. The news of the CME leaving the Sun was reported 3 days prior to impact here on Earth…. 3 DAYS WARNING. yet sever weather was forecasted only 6 to 12 HOURS before … Continue reading

Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) Causes Tornado Outbreak

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The impact of an Earth directed CME on January 22, 2012, has sparked a sever weather outbreak across the southern United States. The NWS has issued a PDS statement and, as of posting, at least one person has been trapped inside their home due to a fallen tree. The CME compressed Earth’s magnetosphere and exposed … Continue reading

Geomagnetic Storm Strikes Earth- Expect Thunderstorms and Wild Weather Soon

Earth's magnetosphere (simulation) from the NICT on 2011/11/22

Earth’s magnetosphere (simulation) from the NICT on 2011/11/22   A Geomagnetic storm is currently raging, causing our magnetosphere to, at first, compress, then expand as the shockwave pass our planet. this, as the solar activity is in a ‘lull’. Sunspot count is at 101 and flares have been all directed away from Earth.   On … Continue reading

Cosmoclimatology: Svensmark Clouds and CMEs Effect on Atmospheric Water Content

Below is a quote from- http://hypsithermal.wordpress.com/2009/08/05/latest-from-svensmark-…  I will try to find out more about this because I deeply feel this is the answer to just about everything. As we came out of this last deep solar minimum in December 2009, it became obvious after each CME or sunspot flare the atmosphere was reacting.   Quote- … Continue reading

Sunspot Number Falls to 30, Climbs to 84

A "Train" of sunspots. Image found on spaceweather.com

  After the Sun’s dramatic fall to zero and subsequent climb to 90, a peak of 127 was seen on 7/19/2011. Eight days later, the count bottomed out at 30. Last night and this morning, the Sunspot number stands at 84. IF the pattern holds, we will see a return to low twenties in around … Continue reading

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