posted on Jul, 16 2009 @ 03:41 PM
reply to post by looofo
Ummmm...except for the part you skipped, which stated:
I think it is stunning that the most intense sunspot activity in nearly three years of an abnormally quiet sun occurred between July 5 and 6
right up to July 7. There was a solar physics meeting in Boulder, Colorado, in mid-June and the hottest topic was why is the sun so quiet and when
will it come back alive? Then Sunspot 1024 erupted suddenly on July 5 - each spot the size of Earth, each spot 8,000 miles in diameter. By July 8, the
sunspots had grown to the size of Jupiter, 78,000 miles across!
By 1:06 UT July 7, the huge, intense sunspots had projected two large solar flares into space and a large coronal hole also opened up on the sun,
releasing increased solar radiation that would reach Earth around July 9.
Perhaps the Spring 2009 oilseed rape crop formations were a test to see who would pay attention. Now, we need a Rosetta Stone for the June 30 Milk
Hill “alien symbols,” the June 27 South Field “electrical grids” and beyond! On July 7, I interviewed physicist Mike Reed about his
perspective of the sudden, huge and intense Sunspot 1024 forming within forty-eight hours of July 7, 2009.
It was the most activity in the last 2 - 3 YEARS. Kind of hard to say it's an everyday thing.