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Sun Power, Part 2

It was Galileo, using his newly invented telescope, who, around 1600, saw sunspots for the first time in western history. From that point forward, sunspot observations were made on a regular basis by astronomers throughout Europe. 834 more words

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Coming to Grips With the Sun

It’s not well understood how the Sun affects the Earth.

We count the number of sun spots, measure the sun’s irradiance and the size of solar storms. 680 more words

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Ice Totals Increasing, Trend To Continue?

If one were to listen to just one side of the debate, the graph above could either confuse you or justify you. “Ha! Damn crazy hippies… Global warming is bullshit!!” or “Humanity is causing the planet to burn up at a faster and faster…. 278 more words

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Truth, vision, music

“Once the artist is free to explore, he can step into the music and discover things that have been hidden from us all…”

Keep your head UP!!

Cosmic Rays

Watch the Sun

Watching the sun could provide clues about global warming1.

In 1800, William Herschel, a leading astronomer, established that the price of wheat was linked to the number of sunspots. 1,120 more words

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New paper: Clouds blown by the solar wind

This paper suggests a terrestrial impact on cloud cover from the interplanetary electric field (IEF) via the global electric circuit. A primer video on the GEC is below. 1,283 more words

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Baked Alaska! NWS in Fairbanks Summary

Below is the recap for the final week of October, 2013, from the National Weather Service office in Fairbanks, AK. You can follow along at home by going to their website… 227 more words

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