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CME that resulted from Thursday's M6.3 solar flare arriving now.
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 12298001:MV8xODA2MjExXzMwMDQ0OTI2Xzk5QzI1RTdB] [quote:Anonymous Coward 12298001:MV8xODA2MjExXzMwMDQ0ODE2X0IzMkQ2NzhF] Stronger than normal thunderstorms have been occurring in Australia and Hawaii, for instance. Direct connection to the increasing electron and proton influxes from back to back to back CME's and other solar anamoly. Solar maximum was supposed to occur in 2010, but the date has for the max has been "revised" several times, and is now set for sometime in 2013. I think that it will be later than that even. Time will tell. [/quote] Look at this image of the thunderstorms in the area of the Hawaiian Islands. This has been going on for some time now, and I think its directly related to increased electromagnetic energy striking the earth. The TEC count has been at extremely high levels lately too! Energy being deposited into the North Pole is causing earth's core to increase in temperature. Has a direct effect on earth. [/quote]
the CME associated with Thursday evenings M6.3 solar flare seems to be arriving now. a second CME resulting from the M8.4 solar flare yesterday still in route.
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