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...y'all should know by now that the SUN has absolutely no influence on the Earth whatsoever at all!!!
Originally posted by SydeWinder
KingIchigo, That whole post of mine was steeped in "Sarcasm", I was just trying to get a few chuckles, if you go back and reread it with this in mind you may understand the point I was trying to make..But thank you for at least reading it....
I am looking forward to see what NASA has to say in thier briefing.OP. please keep up with this, and post more info when it comes out..Thank you..
Originally posted by Cyberbian
How does someone mentioning a black hole merit derailing a thread about solar winds causing an ice age?
[edit on 20-9-2008 by Cyberbian]
I came to the conclusion that it was sarcastic!
Originally posted by welivefortheson
one interesting affect of the solar wind is that it strengthens the earths magnetosphere-the shield we have against dangerous radiation.
the solar wind does this by creating additional charge when the plamsa collides with the magnetosphere thus strengthning it.
thus this may be a factor in why the magnetosphere is so weak at the moment.
I first published this forecast by Dr. Landscheidt in 2003. However, with the
recent reported cooling of the Atlantic Ocean, and with the first reversed
sunspot of what may be the beginning of the next solar cycle, and with Russian
scientists predicting a new Little Ice Age, I thought it would be an appropriate
to give more credit to Dr. Landscheidt. He had been predicting this
scenario for years.
Here's what Dr. Landscheidt had to say:
New Little Ice Age by 2030!
Originally posted by carewemust
So NASA's satellite is telling us that the sun's energy is at a 50 year low.
What satellite went there 50 years ago to set the benchmark? I think
this world has deteriorated into press conferences and press releases
that come so frequently, 90% don't say much at all that's newsworthy.