posted on May, 12 2014 @ 09:48 AM
I find I get what my doc calls 'neuronal twitches' when storms are incoming. Ive not done any personal study on predictability as these relate to GM
storms, more their relationship to EQs. Does anyone else get particular headache? Tonal changes? Ears popping? Might be worth a communal blog site or
forum somewhere to record them to see if there are any patterns?
A 'right now' via spaceweather.com:
"INCREASING CHANCE OF FLARES: NOAA forecasters have boosted the odds of an M-class solar flare today to 50% mainly in response to the rapid growth
of a new sunspot in the sun's southern hemisphere. The sunspot, designated AR2060, has a 'beta-gamma' magnetic field that harbors energy for strong
For those who might not know, a beta=gamma field, like an increase in solar winds, is a precursory signal to sun flare activity. This is described
below as well in this
report from SusObs this morning. Part way
through this report, their observations confirm SW's view. See their links below their vid for all current info as it is publicly avail.
Generally though, the larger of the GM storms from last weeks big flares have passed by with very little EQ activity over 4mag surprisingly. Uber
sensitives should keep watch on NOAA's
as its due for an update in a few hours and we are about to face off
with a coronal hole. On GOES sat we are 3x3 'none' on Radio GM and Solar storm watch, so no incoming GM or EM activity being recorded on solar
dynamics telemetry atm ( at last update) No new flares or Gamma bursts recorded o/night either though a mag filament is emerging that along with
coronal hole and increase in winds does deserve a watch.
So a little space for breath it seems..time to sneak out to the garden! >B) The 'song' / hum of the sun is 'excitable' today even though its calm
outwardly...so I figure we have at least 24 before any real activity.
edit on 12-5-2014 by Rosha because: gremlins