Sunspot/Crop Circle Connection?

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2009-07-05 23:49:19

#ygrps-yiv-803084108 v0003a* { } #ygrps-yiv-803084108 v0003a* { } From SpaceWeather and Crop Circle Connector. Thanks to Louise for fwd’ing this.   From: Bea Date: 05/07/2009 3:48:50 PM To: think-outside-the-bo… Subject: This sunspot is going nuts!!!   and it’s just a baby!!! don’t know what will happen when mama comes around later in the cycle….hoooweeee….…?… SUDDEN SUPER SUNSPOT: Sunspot 1024 is crackling with B- and C-class solar flares. The activity is so intense, astronomers can’t seem to take a picture of the sunspot without catching a flare in action. Pete Lawrence sends this example from his backyard observatory in Selsey, UK: “Active region 1024 is putting on a fantastic show,” says Lawrence. “The center of this region is incredibly bright and fluctuating.” Solar observers haven’t seen an active region like this one in more than two years. It is big, complex, and rapidly growing: movie. The magnetic polarity of the sunspot, revealed by SOHO magnetograms, show that it is a member of new Solar Cycle 24. This makes sense: New research shows that solar jet streams are beginning to stimulate new-cycle sunspot production. Sunspot 1024 appears to be a sign of the process at work, heralding more to come. Monitoring is encouraged.   ***********************   www.cropcircleconnec…   Image Olivier Morel  (WCCSG) Copyright 2009

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