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Pastimes : Is anyone watching the sun lately?

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To: Cage Rattler who wrote (46)5/31/2013 4:15:51 PM
From: weatherguru1 Recommendation   of 58
Wow -- that would be something. I tip my hat to him for trying to help/warn others (& make them aware of this interaction).

It is interesting, and (as noted) the large coronal hole is there to "wobble" things after a "wobble" the previous week. The "wobble" of the Earth's magnetic field is like sporadic, gusty winds rippling the sail on a boat. If the wind is steady, then the sail stays taut. If the wind is sporadic, especially from calm to strong, then the sail really ripples (sail = Earth's magnetic field).

For the Atlantic, something from the Canary Islands would trigger a hefty tsunami, i.e. an earthquake/volcanic eruption triggering a land slide?

Oh, I just read that on the bottom of the page. I put more weight to a full moon on tectonic motion (e.g., 6/22 Bradley date), but the potential wobble from solar flares is there. I'm sure he studies it more than me however, so hmmmmm.
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