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[quote:aether:MV8xOTI4ODE0XzMzODczODEwX0YzRUYyOEYy] [quote:Jonny Blaze:MV8xOTI4ODE0XzMzODczNzYwX0I3RjJGOTA4] A perfectly symmetrical object like a 0 is normal and has gone through the inversion process simultaneously. A symbol like a star that only has one axis only has to be turned upside down. With the addition of each additional axis of symmetry, the inversion process changes. It's exactly like crystalline structure. Isometric, Hexagonal, Tetragonal, Rhombohedral, Orthorhombic, Monoclinic, Triclinic. Inversion can be applied to all of them...but it might not be recognized unless you have the proper point of view. [/quote] yes, everything possess a pattern and all patterns fit into the pattern they are patterns within because self aware = no mystery = knowing what can never happen = always adoring what does happen = always loving life (living) wow jonny you got some lovely connectivity is the sensation [/quote]
An X-2 class solar flare recently missed a direct impact with Earth.
Heliophysicists classify solar flares according to their brightness in X-ray wavelengths. C-class flares are the smallest on the scale, with X-ray measurements in the 10^-6 watts per square meter range (W/m^2), while X-class flares can exceed 10^-4 W/m^2. Why is that important?
An X-2 solar flare has enough energy to overload satellite circuits and disrupt other forms of communication should its full force be directed at Earth.
Modern astronomers believe that solar flares, or coronal mass ejections (CME), occur when magnetic reconnection events in the Sun’s atmosphere cause a short circuit in magnetic field lines. According to one theory, “magnetic energy” then accelerates the superheated gases into space. Although no one knows what “magnetic reconnection” is, it is the only explanation offered................
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