posted on Dec, 16 2011 @ 11:24 AM
reply to post by Romanian
Just was going to post this there is certainly an increase at this time which needs to have an source hopefully as said the sun lol:
That is for this year.
Again as you said I was going to add its difficult to compare the range of these results, as the rest of the worlds monitoring of this is in BV/Hr
wheras the Russian observatory uses an %, am digging to convert that into hourly units to see if the data is the same as being recorded elsewhere or
if this is specific to Moscow/Russia.
Looking more likely just normal fluctuation s but cant rely on an "picture" for that need to convert both Russian and current other data to the same
units to compare with now and historically.
Also as we have not hit the solar maximum and the sun as the OP points out is "quiet" then we would expect more cosmic rays from space as the solar
wind does not blow them away or protect the earth from them, So at times of low solar activity we should see an increase in Cosmic Rays and also when
at full activity (cme's and such like firing protons to earth). What needs to be ascertained is either of the following way of Mean
1 The time and speed of increase normal?
2 The amount being measured, again within normal ranges?
3 Translated measurements into onne comparable and accepted format from US/world/Russia
On the case.
edit on 16-12-2011 by MischeviousElf because: (no reason given)