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Is she waking up?

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posted on Sep, 6 2017 @ 07:08 PM
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I remember reading about and actually seeing sun spots back in 2005, around the time of Katrina.

Interesting coincidence that the sun is active and we have a very active Atlantic basin.




posted on Sep, 6 2017 @ 07:26 PM
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USGS -


Scientists assembled historical records of the Sun’s interaction with Earth, looking at sunspots, solar wind, and magnetic storms. They then compared these with historical records of earthquake occurrence. They found no significant pattern between solar activity and more or larger earthquakes. There is no demonstrated way to use space data to predict future earthquakes.


The published study.


[15] From retrospective analysis of historical data, we cannot confidently resolve a statistically significant relationship between solar-terrestrial variables and earthquake occurrence. Therefore, we cannot confidently reject the null hypothesis of no solar-terrestrial triggering of earthquakes. This does not mean, of course, that there is no such role—we just cannot detect its presence in historical data. What it does mean is that we have no testable correlation that can be used to objectively predict future earthquakes. In contrast to the work reported here, some advocates of hypotheses in which solar-terrestrial interaction does actually trigger earthquakes have reported the identification of different types of correlations of possible relevance. Before such claims can be regarded as valid, advocates need to demonstrate the statistical significance of their correlations in objectively chosen historical data sets. To guard against inspection and selection biases, advocates of solar-terrestrial triggering of earthquakes also need to demonstrate the persistence and statistical significance of their claimed correlations against future data. This has not been done. And until it is, the hypothesis that solar-terrestrial interaction can trigger earthquakes must be regarded with significant skepticism.


It would seem that there is no evidence and they have done a study to answer the questions. Anything else I've seen comes from questionable sources at best. Like the Suspicious Observers organization which seems to be lawyer moonlighting as an expert of some kind.

I'll go with the real experts and what they have to say, which appears to be there is simply no proof of solar activity being related to earthquakes.

NOAA report

Looks like some radio interference at worst.

Another NOAA Link

The geomagnetic storm watch for the 6 and 7 September, 2017 UTC-days has been upgraded to G3 (Strong). The G3 Watch is in anticipation of the expected arrival of a coronal mass ejection (CME) that took place in association with an M5 flare (R2-Moderate radio blackout) observed on 4 September at 2033 UTC (1633 ET). Current analysis and forecasts reflect CME arrival late on 6 September, 2017; with CME effects continuing into 7 September. Keep checking our SWPC website for updates to the forecast.


It looks like folks down in the northern part of the lower 48 States may get a nice show, something like we see at times up here.



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