Solar Cycle reveals dramatic flares..

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It only takes a Richard Branson or CNNs Jim Acosta to ingratiate themselves into putting two and two together and coming up with five by funelling their questions/concerns into global warming/climate change causing these destructive hurricanes. To use a bit of sarcasm, let me go with “all the obvious evidence points to global warming/climate change and anyone who does NOT believe in ‘climate change’ is officially a fool. It is mathematically obvious that human carbon emissions are not only causing wind and rain, but also triggering solar flares and lunar eclipses!!

The crazy thing is we’re headed for a mini ice age which is perfectly normal and right on schedule. The cycle is certainly nothing out of the ordinary and definitely NOT man made. We’ve got millions of tons of ice core samples to prove it.  Yet we must put up with all these asshats with their “man made Glo-bull warming” BS.

The last mini ice age we had was back during the Medieval “dark ages”, and the accounts in Europe at that time were about decreased crop outputs and such. The tidal River Thames in the heart of London would ice over for months at a time. Another odd thing about the dark ages was the massive increase of meteorites / bolides falling from the sky.  All very well documented.

Climate changes, and only the sun is responsible. And volcanoes. And forest fires. And meteorites. Show me a planet in thermal stasis and I’ll show you a dead planet.

Tyler Durden and his piece in ZeroHedge titled “Sun Erupts With Significant Flare” …

Around 12:06 p.m EDT on Sept 10, 2017, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captured an image of the sun unleashing a massive solar flare from a recently active region. Solar flares are powerful bursts of radiation. Harmful radiation from a flare cannot pass through Earth’s atmosphere to physically affect humans on the ground, however — when intense enough — they can disturb the atmosphere in the layer where GPS and communications signals travel.  Per NASA:

This flare is classified as an X8.2-class flare. X-class denotes the most intense flares, while the number provides more information about its strength. An X2 is twice as intense as an X1, an X3 is three times as intense, etc.

The X9.3 flare was the largest flare so far in the current solar cycle, the approximately 11-year-cycle during which the sun’s activity waxes and wanes. The current solar cycle began in December 2008, and is now decreasing in intensity and heading toward solar minimum. This is a phase when such eruptions on the sun are increasingly rare, but history has shown that they can nonetheless be intense.

This flare is the capstone on a series of flares from Active Region 2673, which was identified on Aug. 29 and is currently rotating off the front of the sun as part of our star’s normal rotation.

The flare was captured in the following NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center video.

Don’t know about everybody else out there, but personally I just find it amazing that about 1000 earths could probably fit into that solar flare, which kind of puts everything else (including spurious ‘climate change’ appeals) into perspective, wouldn’t you say?

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. ~ Albert Einstein

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