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Not one but two HUGE SUNSPOTS

 
Waterbug

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Hey bro..

You could learn a lot from TS..
Might come a time when we all need her expertise
and insight.

Just sayin....

The sun is a puzzle..
Knowing which pieces fit in which holes is a boon.
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[link to sidc.oma.be] Updated magnetogram.
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Hey bro..

You could learn a lot from TS..
Might come a time when we all need her expertise
and insight.

Just sayin....

The sun is a puzzle..
Knowing which pieces fit in which holes is a boon.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Yes looking back I agree it was rather stupid of me to label any reading from the sun insignificant or irrelevant. All big changes start on small scales, so I see where TS is coming from and her point is valid.
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Lol kudos for the collection of my asshole statements.
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Sorry, rofl



When should this thing be earth-facing?
Nus
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Re: Not one but two HUGE SUNSPOTS
About 3-5 days is when it will be the most Earth facing I believe
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01/09/2013 09:58 AM
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I came here for Sun-doom.. I got a bun fight free.
Happy days!

hf
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I came here for Sun-doom.. I got a bun fight free.
Happy days!

hf
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Nothin like a good .. bun fight?
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I came here for Sun-doom.. I got a bun fight free.
Happy days!

hf
 Quoting: Jimmy Rustler 19871554


Nothin like a good .. bun fight?
 Quoting: aliensbro


And that was NOTHING like a good bun fight..........
;)
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Lol bump for subject matter
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Latest from Stereo A COR2 [link to stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov]
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Latest from Stereo A COR2 [link to stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov]
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any links for Jim Davis
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The Garfield cartoon artist?
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[link to www.brandonjcarr.com]

Here..

5a
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01/09/2013 10:59 AM

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Hey bro..

You could learn a lot from TS..
Might come a time when we all need her expertise
and insight.

Just sayin....

The sun is a puzzle..
Knowing which pieces fit in which holes is a boon.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Yes looking back I agree it was rather stupid of me to label any reading from the sun insignificant or irrelevant. All big changes start on small scales, so I see where TS is coming from and her point is valid.
 Quoting: aliensbro


Very refreshing to talk with someone who is not afraid
to admit a mistake.

A man.

We could use a lot more like you around here..

Good job..

clap
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Re: Not one but two HUGE SUNSPOTS
Hey bro..

You could learn a lot from TS..
Might come a time when we all need her expertise
and insight.

Just sayin....

The sun is a puzzle..
Knowing which pieces fit in which holes is a boon.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Yes looking back I agree it was rather stupid of me to label any reading from the sun insignificant or irrelevant. All big changes start on small scales, so I see where TS is coming from and her point is valid.
 Quoting: aliensbro


Very refreshing to talk with someone who is not afraid
to admit a mistake.

A man.

We could use a lot more like you around here..

Good job..

clap
 Quoting: Waterbug


Yeah I made a few today. Made a ridiculous uneducated statement about not being able to observe sunspots with a telescope or the naked eye. Haven't heard the end of it.. Astro set me straight though. I think I just need to sit back and fully confirm all information before posting, to avoid misinformation and discredibility. Never learn anything if you can't admit to a mistake : )
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Now that they have rotated in a bit, they are big, but nowhere near Jupiter sized....still young though, so may grow.
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01/09/2013 11:37 AM

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Sizzle..

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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01/09/2013 11:41 AM
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 Quoting: Waterbug


Brief explanation for those who don't know what they're reading?
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IMF polar angle... receptive.
[link to mms.rice.edu]

[snip]

Interplanetary Magnetic Field Polar Angle:

(Derived) This quantity is the angle between the IMF and the geomagnetic axis. When the IMF is southward, antiparallel fields near the magnetospheric subsolar point allow merging between the IMF and geomagnetic fields. This process increases the transport of solar wind mass, momentum, and energy into the Earth's magnetosphere. This process can also open the magnetosphere to solar energetic particle radiation. In severe conditions this radiation can threaten high altitude aircraft in high latitude and polar regions. Under less severe conditions this radiation can still threaten polar orbiting spacecraft. This quantity depends on IMF components measured by ACE/MAG.
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 Quoting: Waterbug


Brief explanation for those who don't know what they're reading?
 Quoting: aliensbro


The GOES X-ray flux plot contains 1 minute averages of solar X-rays.

Staying in the C range..
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 Quoting: Waterbug


Brief explanation for those who don't know what they're reading?
 Quoting: aliensbro


The X-Ray activity from the Sun (Which goes out in all directions, not just towards Earth) is holding steady at a medium level. Usually it flares up to C and then falls back down. The higher that line goes the more energy our Sin puts into Xrays it sends out to space and us. I am not quite sure of the effects of a very hard X-Ray flare, but our atmosphere and electromagnetic fields protect us.

No need to worry about getting cancer (faster) unless you're a cosmonaut, or flying at a high altitude on board a plane. Considering the size of that scale, it's not linear. A C3 is what, ten times more energetic then a C2 and the largest I've seen was an X25 or something. And we are all still here.

(PS! I just felt a strange feeling, like a power surge / current running through my body. Might be unshielded cables, or the sun crackled my way again ;) )

Considering this developing sunspot situation. I am starting to get worried about those two large spots. They could have some really damaging potential in a while. I should prepare and stock up on water and canned goods. Luckily such food is cheap in Russia. The skies have been cleared so it's just lean back and enjoy a good Auroral show I guess, always wanted to see the Northern Lights. burnit
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 Quoting: Waterbug


Brief explanation for those who don't know what they're reading?
 Quoting: aliensbro


The GOES X-ray flux plot contains 1 minute averages of solar X-rays.

Staying in the C range..
 Quoting: Waterbug


Very helpful, thanks.
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...

If the double barrel sunspots blow with a massive CME ...

The empire could pop an EMP device above the USA and blame it on the solar flare. The ultimate False Flag.

The TV show Revolution, I believe, is a notice to all from the NWO. They always tell us what they plan to do to us before the event.

The emperor was successful with eliminating 1 in 14 Americans from voting with the first Sandy False Flag.

The emperor is almost successful with the second Sandy Hook False Flag. We are very close to being 'declawed'.

The emperor will complete his agenda with a third 'Sandy'.


...
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 Quoting: Waterbug


Brief explanation for those who don't know what they're reading?
 Quoting: aliensbro


The GOES X-ray flux plot contains 1 minute averages of solar X-rays.

Staying in the C range..
 Quoting: Waterbug


Wow. The backgrounds X-rays are in the C range level.
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 Quoting: Waterbug


Brief explanation for those who don't know what they're reading?
 Quoting: aliensbro


The GOES X-ray flux plot contains 1 minute averages of solar X-rays.

Staying in the C range..
 Quoting: Waterbug


Wow. The backgrounds X-rays are in the C range level.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


So? Thats not impressive
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Brief explanation for those who don't know what they're reading?
 Quoting: aliensbro


The GOES X-ray flux plot contains 1 minute averages of solar X-rays.

Staying in the C range..
 Quoting: Waterbug


Wow. The backgrounds X-rays are in the C range level.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


So? Thats not impressive
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31834929


Yes it is. It's the background level. It is usually in the lower B range, but this time it is in the C range. We should see some nice flaring, but the sunspot is currently stable. We want it unstable. It should be monitored as long as it doesn't decay.
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The GOES X-ray flux plot contains 1 minute averages of solar X-rays.

Staying in the C range..
 Quoting: Waterbug


Wow. The backgrounds X-rays are in the C range level.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


So? Thats not impressive
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31834929


Yes it is. It's the background level. It is usually in the lower B range, but this time it is in the C range. We should see some nice flaring, but the sunspot is currently stable. We want it unstable. It should be monitored as long as it doesn't decay.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


No, "we" dont want it unstable. As soon as these small (to the sun) sunspots pass with no events, the background levels will drop and all will be back to their mundane, messes up lives. Theres no use for even tracking it, obvious non-event.
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Hey bro..

You could learn a lot from TS..
Might come a time when we all need her expertise
and insight.

Just sayin....

The sun is a puzzle..
Knowing which pieces fit in which holes is a boon.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Yes looking back I agree it was rather stupid of me to label any reading from the sun insignificant or irrelevant. All big changes start on small scales, so I see where TS is coming from and her point is valid.
 Quoting: aliensbro


Very refreshing to talk with someone who is not afraid
to admit a mistake.

A man.

We could use a lot more like you around here..

Good job..

:clap:
 Quoting: Waterbug


Yeah I made a few today. Made a ridiculous uneducated statement about not being able to observe sunspots with a telescope or the naked eye. Haven't heard the end of it.. Astro set me straight though. I think I just need to sit back and fully confirm all information before posting, to avoid misinformation and discredibility. Never learn anything if you can't admit to a mistake : )
 Quoting: aliensbro


I have never seen a person who didn't make mistakes.

Why are people so polarized though these days regarding "credibility"?

Do you feel the need to be an "expert source" for some reason?
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Yes looking back I agree it was rather stupid of me to label any reading from the sun insignificant or irrelevant. All big changes start on small scales, so I see where TS is coming from and her point is valid.
 Quoting: aliensbro


Very refreshing to talk with someone who is not afraid
to admit a mistake.

A man.

We could use a lot more like you around here..

Good job..

clap
 Quoting: Waterbug


Yeah I made a few today. Made a ridiculous uneducated statement about not being able to observe sunspots with a telescope or the naked eye. Haven't heard the end of it.. Astro set me straight though. I think I just need to sit back and fully confirm all information before posting, to avoid misinformation and discredibility. Never learn anything if you can't admit to a mistake : )
 Quoting: aliensbro


I have never seen a person who didn't make mistakes.

Why are people so polarized though these days regarding "credibility"?

Do you feel the need to be an "expert source" for some reason?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29820852


This forum is not for the weak at heart..
Most of the time, kindness is mistaken for weakness.
There is a time to listen and a time to speak out..
Wisdom will tell you which is which.

The loudmouths never learn.
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Sunspot 1654 has showed some growth today.

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