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NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.

 
Phillip J. Fry
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NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
March 22, 2012: A recent flurry of eruptions on the sun did more than spark pretty auroras around the poles. NASA-funded researchers say the solar storms of March 8th through 10th dumped enough energy in Earth’s upper atmosphere to power every residence in New York City for two years.

“This was the biggest dose of heat we’ve received from a solar storm since 2005,” says Martin Mlynczak of NASA Langley Research Center. “It was a big event, and shows how solar activity can directly affect our planet.”
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
Where in the report does it state that the event accounted for the heatwave?

I believe it refers to the upper atmosphere.
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[link to weatheraction.com]

Piers Corbyn agrees. peace
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Piers Corbyn agrees. peace
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I love him he is soooo sexy!!!! Do u know if he's married? I love men thay know the sun is the higher consciousness directing the planet aka God.
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[link to weatheraction.com]

Piers Corbyn agrees. peace
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Piers uses the SLAT method for forecasting long range weather effects - ie solar lunar modulation. I accept this may have an effect on the jet stream. Few scientist agree with him, even less in the field of Meteorology.
These effects do not affect out weather on the surface over such a short time scale.
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Piers is Ok now get back to the good science and perhaps PINN this one..


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Piers is Ok now get back to the good science and perhaps PINN this one..


Where is Kelley Lebrock when you need her
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I don't understand what you're saying
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
March 22, 2012: A recent flurry of eruptions on the sun did more than spark pretty auroras around the poles. NASA-funded researchers say the solar storms of March 8th through 10th dumped enough energy in Earth’s upper atmosphere to power every residence in New York City for two years.

“This was the biggest dose of heat we’ve received from a solar storm since 2005,” says Martin Mlynczak of NASA Langley Research Center. “It was a big event, and shows how solar activity can directly affect our planet.”
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I see,...thanks OP. I will forward this to my forward looking friends ASAP.




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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
Where in the report does it state that the event accounted for the heatwave?

I believe it refers to the upper atmosphere.
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this heating of the upper atmosphere does effect the whole of the troposphere. research it out and see how the different layer effect each other. just the simple fact that the compression of the upper atmosphere can create heat throughout the atmospheres. this the can effect the jetstream and now there are long term effects.

look at this satellite image from today over the US
the water vapor will show the swirl over the midwest the best.
[link to www.weather.gov]
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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denial

just look at the weekly temp forecasts and when large solar activity happens and poof the temps go up 15 to 20 degrees.
happens every time.
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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denial

just look at the weekly temp forecasts and when large solar activity happens and poof the temps go up 15 to 20 degrees.
happens every time.
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Suggestion: Never reason with the dim-witted. It is a losing proposition.



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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
Never had it happen this DRAMATICALLY, in the past solar maximums...I call bsflag
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
Well send some of that energy further north, then. Below normal temperatures in my area, and further north it's even colder. I had -5 yesterday morning.

Silly jet stream, please move!
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[link to nextgrandminimum.wordpress.com]
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Never had it happen this DRAMATICALLY, in the past solar maximums...I call bsflag
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I guess you don't remember Super El Nino of 1998. Global temperature was significantly higher in many years and we still have not seen that kind of global temperature since then. Believe it or not, we have seen a slight cooling off since then but I expect global temperature to go up a little bit when el nino makes a comeback later this year but it won't last long. The next solar cycle may be very weak and we could see significant global cooling, hopefully not like little ice age....
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
Say what you will about the sun, there are changes. When I go to pickup my newspaper from the driveway the side facing upwards is now BURNED! Never happened before now.
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
Well send some of that energy further north, then. Below normal temperatures in my area, and further north it's even colder. I had -5 yesterday morning.

Silly jet stream, please move!
 Quoting: suvalley


Where do you live?
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
The poles are also shifting and the west coast is further 'north' now. The east coast is further south. BC, Cal. all have colder than normal, and PQ ON, NY, MI etc are all much warmer.
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
Say what you will about the sun, there are changes. When I go to pickup my newspaper from the driveway the side facing upwards is now BURNED! Never happened before now.
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Get your a$$ out of bed and get the paper sooner!
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
The poles are also shifting and the west coast is further 'north' now. The east coast is further south. BC, Cal. all have colder than normal, and PQ ON, NY, MI etc are all much warmer.
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I don't believe the poles have anything to do with that.
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
Well send some of that energy further north, then. Below normal temperatures in my area, and further north it's even colder. I had -5 yesterday morning.

Silly jet stream, please move!
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Meanwhile we're getting June temperatures in March.

I wondered a few weeks ago when this heat wave first began if there was a direct correlation to the sun activity. Reason I thought this is because temps seemed to soar well above the forecasted highs within a day or so of a large flare/CME. I was out strolling in the garden during the second week of March and the sun on my face felt like a heat lamp. Never ever felt that before this early in the year, and I spend a fair bit of time outdoors all year 'round.

One thing I can say that may debunk this just a bit is that overnight low temps in my area have been consistently well above average temp for the time of year....since last summer. This means to me that the ground isn't cooling off enough at night, so when the sun shines it's all the more warmer. And then when you bring in the solar flares, even warmer still.

So my hypothesis is that although solar flares may be causing or at the very least contributing to this heat wave, they are not the only reason for warmer than normal temps because we have been warmer than normal for a while now.

It's as though someone is turning up the knob on the heater.

hot
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
March 22, 2012: A recent flurry of eruptions on the sun did more than spark pretty auroras around the poles. NASA-funded researchers say the solar storms of March 8th through 10th dumped enough energy in Earth’s upper atmosphere to power every residence in New York City for two years.

“This was the biggest dose of heat we’ve received from a solar storm since 2005,” says Martin Mlynczak of NASA Langley Research Center. “It was a big event, and shows how solar activity can directly affect our planet.”
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 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry


No its from the continual heating of the core and the increasing vibration of matter from the WAVE. they continue to HIDE the earth changes in every sort of way they can, the bastards. YOU have a RIGHT TO KNOW.
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
Never had it happen this DRAMATICALLY, in the past solar maximums...I call bsflag
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I guess you don't remember Super El Nino of 1998. Global temperature was significantly higher in many years and we still have not seen that kind of global temperature since then. Believe it or not, we have seen a slight cooling off since then but I expect global temperature to go up a little bit when el nino makes a comeback later this year but it won't last long. The next solar cycle may be very weak and we could see significant global cooling, hopefully not like little ice age....
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Didn't 1998 have alot of solar activity ? I remember how hot that summer was.
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Piers is Ok now get back to the good science and perhaps PINN this one..


Where is Kelley Lebrock when you need her
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I don't understand what you're saying
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iamwith

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Say what you will about the sun, there are changes. When I go to pickup my newspaper from the driveway the side facing upwards is now BURNED! Never happened before now.
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Do you live next door to a 9-year old who owns a magnifying glass ?
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
Well send some of that energy further north, then. Below normal temperatures in my area, and further north it's even colder. I had -5 yesterday morning.

Silly jet stream, please move!
 Quoting: suvalley


Meanwhile we're getting June temperatures in March.

I wondered a few weeks ago when this heat wave first began if there was a direct correlation to the sun activity. Reason I thought this is because temps seemed to soar well above the forecasted highs within a day or so of a large flare/CME. I was out strolling in the garden during the second week of March and the sun on my face felt like a heat lamp. Never ever felt that before this early in the year, and I spend a fair bit of time outdoors all year 'round.

One thing I can say that may debunk this just a bit is that overnight low temps in my area have been consistently well above average temp for the time of year....since last summer. This means to me that the ground isn't cooling off enough at night, so when the sun shines it's all the more warmer. And then when you bring in the solar flares, even warmer still.

So my hypothesis is that although solar flares may be causing or at the very least contributing to this heat wave, they are not the only reason for warmer than normal temps because we have been warmer than normal for a while now.

It's as though someone is turning up the knob on the heater.

hot
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It's called La Nina...
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Re: NASA admits current Heatwave is from the recent Solar Flares.
Never had it happen this DRAMATICALLY, in the past solar maximums...I call bsflag
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I guess you don't remember Super El Nino of 1998. Global temperature was significantly higher in many years and we still have not seen that kind of global temperature since then. Believe it or not, we have seen a slight cooling off since then but I expect global temperature to go up a little bit when el nino makes a comeback later this year but it won't last long. The next solar cycle may be very weak and we could see significant global cooling, hopefully not like little ice age....
 Quoting: AlcoholicRunner


Didn't 1998 have alot of solar activity ? I remember how hot that summer was.
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Apparently so...
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Sounds logical!

Do we need to be prepared?

Do we need a Aluminum Protection Sheet?

Nuke her?
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