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From 'Weather Wars', by Scott Stevens - KPVI in Idaho
Breaking… October 27, 2004
The Sun has been more active in the last 70 years than it has for the previous 8000, according to an analysis of tree rings dating back 11,400 years. But researchers say its recent bout of hyperactivity does not account for the rapidly rising temperatures recorded on Earth over the last three decades.
Sunspots more active than for 8000 years
Or does it?! Does this activity account for the massive changes found throughout the solar system? We must study the boundary layers that interface the solar wind and the earth’s magnetic system. The answers we seek will be found there! But why all the sunspots and solar storms why did they just ‘turn on’ in 1930’s? Find the unconventional reasoning and answers below.
Jan 20, 2004 1042Z
Every minute of every day, for many years now, a great number of 'ships' travel to our Sun and to this Solar System. Why? And why haven't we been told?
January 30, 2004 0954Z
Large ships, very large ships, representing other civilizations bringing their workers by the thousands to OUR Sun! Why?
...they pull up, unload, and then return later when the assigned task has been completed. It is a job done with the precision of a military… But whose?
January 24, 2004 0530Z
Seems to me that the SETI program is a big waste of time, a public relations coup. I’m thinking there has been a coup of another kind. NASA calls these ‘cosmic rays!’ Rays, yup and they come from the cosmos… so I suppose they aren’t completely lying to us. Remember that NASA’s best discoveries are NEVER accompanied by a press release. I laughed when someone referred to NASA as Never A Straight Answer, oh how true!
Originally posted by jessemole
evilution, Thanks for bringing that to our attention... Damn amazing I'd say.
Appears to me that the Sun has been a fuel station for sometime now.
Not to mention, being able to get that close to the Sun and not melt.