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   Strategies & Market TrendsTaking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment


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To: Sdgla who wrote (4504)2/7/2021 4:32:27 PM
From: Doug R
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Remember that "odd" Russian EQ?
It's evened up.
#2
volcanodiscovery.com

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To: Doug R who wrote (402)2/7/2021 4:39:39 PM
From: Doug R
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Nature going a bit beyond man's ability to fight against exceeding expected (assumed) standard deviations.
Just knocking the dirt from its cleats, nature's coming to bat.
Dam.

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To: Doug R who wrote (4534)2/8/2021 12:10:40 PM
From: 3bar
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Nicely said " Just knocking the dirt from its cleats, nature's coming to bat.
Dam." At its worse will be brutal for those unfortunate enough to get caught without

a board like this to help with info to know what could/will happen / how to prepare ect ..

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From: Doug R2/8/2021 3:42:02 PM
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An answer to a question. On a galactic level, the predominant one in regard to the 12,800 yr. cycle, our space environment is currently of negative (southern magnetic) polarity. In blue.
The galactic current sheet polarity boundary crossing is swinging that to positive (north magnetic). Designated in red.

With magnetics, things start going parabolic with distance.
Just sayin'.

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From: DinoNavarre2/10/2021 4:43:39 PM
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PERCEPTION AND REALITY


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To: DinoNavarre who wrote (4537)2/10/2021 7:17:06 PM
From: Doug R
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Yup.

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To: Doug R who wrote (4536)2/11/2021 8:47:29 PM
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The latest evidence of a galactic magnetic polarity change beginning to affect our solar system is seen on the sun itself now.
The beginnings of over accumulation of material in the corona.
The Sun is coming down with a corona virus.


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To: Doug R who wrote (4495)2/11/2021 10:19:42 PM
From: Doug R
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SOTT Earth changes summary for Jan 2021:

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To: Doug R who wrote (4534)2/12/2021 5:40:27 AM
From: 3bar
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Something of interest to me . The writers at spaceweather expected a lot more solar flares in July and Aug of last year as solar cycle 25 kicked in an expected higher gear .

So far that has not happened . Which suggests the batter will be knocking that ball into some very cold seats by next winter . If the trend continues .

spaceweather.com

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To: 3bar who wrote (4541)2/12/2021 7:35:40 AM
From: Doug R
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All the forecasts for cycle 25 are still just forecasts.
"Cold" via clouding is a cosmic ray relationship.
A GSM isn't the only way to boost their input to Earth.
The weakening magnetosphere coupled with reduced solar magnetic output has put us in a condition much like a full-blown GSM already.
In the last year or so, it's become more about magnetosphere strength.
And...in the background, there's still Rolf Witszche's contention that the Sun is in worse shape than a descent into a GSM.
There's only one direction from here.

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