posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 12:23 PM
reply to post by pazcat
She might have exagerated but in premise what she says is at least partially true.
Questioningall is not the only one to come up with this information. Linda Moulton Howe (sp) has made similar investigations and posted more or less
the same as questioningall. Linda even interviewed a couple of astronomers and posted their interviews. Will have to check for them.
BTW the mainstream media is catching up now.
Sun develops new spots
Solar activity over July 4th weekend is the most significant in many months
After one of the longest sunspot droughts in modern times, solar activity picked up quickly over the weekend.
A new group of sunspots developed, and while not dramatic by historic standards, the spots were the most significant in many months.
"This is the best sunspot I've seen in two years," observer Michael Buxton of Ocean Beach, Calif., said on Spaceweather.com.
Solar activity goes in a roughly 11-year cycle. Sunspots are the visible signs of that activity, and they are the sites from which massive solar
storms lift off. The past two years have marked the lowest low in the cycle since 1913, and for a while scientists were wondering if activity would
ever pick back up.
it is the most activity in the Sun we have seen in two years, and as i said in July 6th, and part of July 7th the Sunspot remained as a class C
Sunspot, which hasn't occurred in two years.
That's not all, i also pointed out the corona holes which shouldn't be happening now since we are still in a Solar minimum and not a Solar maximum,
and they are still increasing in size.
The crop circle that made this prediction was made in April, if i recall correctly, and yes it was in three stages but it made a prediction that we
could only make with our best equipment within 36 hours, and then it would only be a guess.
People just jumped to conclusion as to what this was.
[edit on 8-7-2009 by ElectricUniverse]