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Solar X-ray activity has remained flat-line for about a week - until now. Just before midnight GMT (UTC) last night, new solar acitvity began to take place. At first this might not seem remarkable. That is, until we examine all the data associated with this activity.
The odds are astronomical (no pun intended) that a sudden change of inactivity would happen EXACTLY at midnight, after more than a week of no real X-Ray activity. It appears that someone or something was making their capabilities known to alter the Sun's operation. Such technology is more dangerous than the biggest collection of atomic weapons any country could have. Tinkering with Solar activity can result in unpredictable, grave and irreversible damage to Earth.
Tick marks along the bottom axis of each chart represent 3 hour intervals on all charts.
Fig. 1 - X-Ray activity for 2 1/2 days.
Fig. 2 - What these same X-ray wavelengths looked like when very active almost one year ago, as measured by the very same detector. Note the jagged red line between the flares. This was the normal baseline for 1.0 to 8.0A wavelengths (long X-Rays.)
NASA has claimed in the past they don't understand (?) why the red line (GOES 10 in Fig. 1) has remained a flat line for more over a year now. Perhaps the real reason is because there is no longer any real measureable energy at that wavelength. If so, this marks a very important change in the way our Sun is functioning.
Shortly after high noon (UTC) on January 24, a tiny blip appears in Fig. 1. Apparently the satellite was detecting something at this wavelength. Yet while recent activity for the same satellite which was measuring activity at shorter wavelengths of .5 to 4.0A, we still see no activity on the red line. Is it possible there reason for a flat red line is the result of a problem in the satellite?
In the drawing below (Fig. 3) we see that satellite architecture doesn't use a separate sensor for different wavelengths. The X-Ray sensor uses one sensor with rotating wheel containing plastic and metal filters (labled as Entrance Filters in Fig. 3) to filter various X-Ray wavelengths. These filters are all opaque to heat (infrared), ultraviolet and visible light. Any argument that the wheel isn't rotating clearly cannot apply here - if the wheel were unable to rotate, then neither wavelength would be detected correctly, or both charts would have exactly the same plots if the filter could not move. This deduction is made in the absence of NASA announcing that a technical problem occured with the filter wheel, which to date hasn't been made to my knowledge.
Fig. 3 - How X-Rays are actually detected (for making Fig. 1 charts) aboard GOES satellites. After rotating the correct filter into position, the CCD sensor takes an average from all the pixels in a 512 x 512 CCD camera. At least 10 previous and current GOES satellites have used this same sensing system, with more being constructed as these satellites die one by one over the years. This sensor is robust, since the failure of several pixels in the CCD will have very a small overall effect on the data. (from NASA website on GOES satellite construction, 2004.)
Fig. 4 - Proton, magnetic and electron activity for 2 1/2 days. The orange and blue wavy lines in the upper half of the electron flux chart is the Sun's magnetic field. The higher the KP index the further south on Earth the Aurora can be seen. It is normal for proton flux to rarely change at all, even when other plots are varying widely. Only on rarely does this every change. For proton flux, Red is 10 Mev (Million electron volts,) blue is 50 Mev and green is 100Mev.
In summary, it appears that when Solar magnetic activity was altered just before midnight (UTC) it caused the Hp value to peak almost exactly at midnight (Fig. 4.) Apparently the external influence by someone or something also increased X-Ray output at almost exactly the same time (Fig. 1.) This indicates someone or some government is in posession of highly advanced technology and they are using it for some purpose.
Also interesting is that solar activity is completely unrelated to whatever time it may be on Earth. Our measure of time comes from an arbitrary decision to use Greenwich, England as the ordinate (starting) point for all 24 hour time on Earth. The Sun could not possibly be influenced by such a decision, as this decision was made many decades ago and is non-physical.
Another nail in the coffin of global warming.
Perhaps manufacturers of sun blocking lotion will ultimately see their market "dry up."
Comparison of X-ray measurements from two concurrently operating GOES satellites reveals a systematic difference signal that shows both diurnal and seasonal variations.