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To: Doug R who wrote (3975)7/8/2020 9:05:47 AM
From: Doug R
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From the SO video in the previous post, "...that's a wave frequency within the current flow."
This is relevant to R. Witszche's proposition that there are also resonant harmonics involved with a waxing and waning of energy within that flow. And that for our Sun, the current feeding it is on the waning side of that particular cycle. Leading to his further proposition that this waning will lead to a "low-glow" mode for the Sun in 2 to 3 more decades.

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To: Doug R who wrote (3940)7/8/2020 1:03:29 PM
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As RC sets up a branch office with S0, he astutely zeroes in on cosmic ray flux and its primary modulators.

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To: Doug R who wrote (3959)7/8/2020 6:18:26 PM
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The East Coast has some issues coming.
Engulfing DE on Friday.
This is a period in the sunspot cycle when East Coast hurricanes are more common.
Waters off the East Coast up past NY are very warm for this time of year.

The table below shows the near real-time and average water temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit (°F).
ncei.noaa.gov




ncei.noaa.gov

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To: Doug R who wrote (3842)7/9/2020 12:52:10 AM
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The cosmic ray flux situation is written all over Sott's June review:

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To: Doug R who wrote (3979)7/9/2020 1:30:22 PM
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Hail during high cosmic ray flux vs. airborne airliner:

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To: Doug R who wrote (3980)7/9/2020 6:35:55 PM
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First bit of info in today's S0 video was on hail.
Last bit of info is on the probability of grid down due to magnetosphere weakness during solar cycle 25.
25% chance at current strength...increasing as the field weakens.
Also, particular, century-long, progressive changes in the structure of global climate factors seen due to the weakening geomagnetic field.

IF the grid goes down, how might the total control agenda proceed?
Exclusively prioritize flow of resources to select locations for building local "grids" as the "smart" move?
Each "smart" location an energy enclave requiring strict rationing of energy, etc?

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To: Doug R who wrote (3978)7/9/2020 8:31:35 PM
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6th named tropical system of the year. Earliest ever for a #6.

Hadley cells pushing north...a cosmic ray thing...more of these for the East Coast. And Japan especially with ENSO headed toward La Nina.

The current track puts the brunt of "landfall" over Delmarva and New Jersey gets nailed.


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To: Doug R who wrote (3979)7/10/2020 3:32:02 AM
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"Cosmic rays seeded clouds during the last geomagnetic reversal"



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To: Doug R who wrote (3983)7/10/2020 3:50:04 AM
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Insane weather is the new normal:

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To: Doug R who wrote (3982)7/10/2020 10:53:02 PM
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As the effects of Fay are being dealt with...in the Upper Midwest...some dangerous weather begins.

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