posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 08:09 PM
Let's look at his example for February 23, 2012.
So early on Feb 23rd, 2012 I saw Earth's magnetic field experiencing some oddities.
Lets just say I had a very strong gut feeling NASA would pull the same BS and "blame the Sun" and we'd be hit before the "end of the 26th" so early on
the 23rd I made a prediction which is below.
What he saw was a simulation produced with data from the ACE satellite. Here is that data:
What do we see at the time he
shows for the simulator run? We see very low density (middle graph) and fairly high speed (upper graph) in the solar wind. These are the
characteristics of the "fast solar wind". The fast solar wind originates from coronal holes. So was there a hole at the time? Here is the report from
NOAA for the day before:
Somewhat later in the day a solar sector boundary crossing was observed (22/0815Z) and was followed by a marked increase in solar wind velocity,
indicative of the onset of a high speed stream from a coronal hole.
So yes, a high speed solar wind which originated from a coronal hole. What about that "compressed" effect? As I explained in the thread I linked
earlier, that is the result of a north turn of the solar wind. What do we see in the data? A north turn of the solar wind (in the bottom graph).
So what does he do? He claims that NASA (even though he uses spaceweather.com) is covering up the high speed solar wind from the coronal hole (which
they didn't) by talking about a CME on the 25th. He is grasping at straws. And rather than trying to learn what it is he is looking at, he makes stuff
edit on 1/1/2013 by Phage because: (no reason given)