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Intense Solar Flare Unleashed from Unruly Sunspot

A strong solar flare took out low-frequency radio communications over South America and the Atlantic Ocean earlier today (Sept. 28), and the unstable sunspot is likely to erupt again. 242 more words

The online revolution of CME

A new study predicts “by 2016, half of doctors will be using distance medical education to earn online CME credits.” Such a radical increase (in 2008 numbers put online CME at 7-9%) can be easily explained looking at the incredible technological advancements of the recent years. 376 more words


it seems quite a connection: sunspots and hurricanes!

I learned about this connection from the “suspicious0bservers” YouTube channel. they observed the connection between solar flares and hurricane formation. 310 more words

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: BP, Caterpillar, Ciena, CME, Campbell Soup and Many More

Stocks were indicated lower on Friday after the Dow was relatively flat on Thursday. On Thursday, this was thought of as being only a slight recovery from the dips that we saw earlier this week, but it appears that it may only be going down on Friday. 383 more words


Sunspot numbers are still the best indication of earths temperatures yet found.

After all the billions of dollars recently spent on climate change research – with the predetermined conclusion that humans are the cause of recent warming… 346 more words

156 Years Ago, a solar superstorm struck Earth

Source:  http://www.southgatearc.org/news/2015/september/carrignton_event.htm.

Accessed on 03 September 2015, 05:42 hrs, UTC.

Please click on link to read the full story.

On 02 September 1859, a massive Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) struck the Earth head-on, setting telegraph poles on fire, burning telegraph stations, and creating auroras so bright that people in Cuba could read newspapers by the light of these geomagnetic storms. 201 more words