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The Sun is Going to Sleep - Suspicious0bservers

Good afternoon from a very damp and overcast Surrey.

All my dear friends are aware that I have been speaking about my Sister’s revelations that our Sun would be undergoing its own changes – changes that are ongoing at this time – during our lifetimes.   80 more words

Earth Changes

The Universe Is Steadily Deteriorating And So Is The Human Race–Why Is This Happening?

The Universe Is Steadily Deteriorating And So Is The Human Race – Why Is This Happening?

By Michael Snyder – Aug 11th, 2015

Did you know that scientists have come to the conclusion that “the universe is slowly dying”?  1,796 more words

Rex Dexter

Propagation Report from Hannes Coetzee, ZS6BZP | Southgate Amateur Radio News

Propagation Report from Hannes Coetzee, ZS6BZP | Southgate Amateur Radio News.

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Please click link to read the full propagation report.

Source:  http://www.southgatearc.org/news/propagation_report_from_hannes_coetzee_zs6bzp.  Accessed on 10 August 2015, 00:24 hrs, UTC. 142 more words

Amateur Radio

Altitude adjustment for solar observations

Our Earth is in orbit around the Sun while at the same time rotating, all this means that the view we have of the Sun varies from the time of year and even the time of day. 170 more words

Sun

Solar Wind Decrease, 2nd Confirmation of 2030 Mini Ice Age | Mini Ice Age 2015-2035

The model forecasts that the existing cycle, 24, will end in 2018. The next cycle, 25, could prove to be very interesting, as the model predicts it will be di… 228 more words

Glaciation

Little Ice Age By 2030?

Professor Valentian Zharkova of Northumbria University presented her results for a new model of the Sun’s interior dynamo to the Royal Astronomical Society. Zharkova and her team believe they have made a discovery that allows them to predict solar activity. 701 more words

AGW

#No New #IceAge - Sheesh

A “team of researchers had analyzed the sun’s 11-year cycles from a purely astronomical perspective and found that the solar cycle that will come into force in the 2030s looks much like the one last seen in the mid-17th century, a time period known as the Maunder Minimum, when Europe and North America experienced particularly bitter winters… 323 more words

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