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   Strategies & Market TrendsTaking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment


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From: 3bar8/7/2022 3:29:57 PM
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Doug seen a while back the sun had changed in orbit to Earth of about a mill miles , due to a wobble in the sun .

Suspect i got it wrong . Wonder if you would know where that idea came from ?

Diamond and the Blue Yatch guy were talking about it a couple of years back .

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To: 3bar who wrote (5537)8/8/2022 8:41:51 AM
From: Doug R
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The distance between Earth and Sun is constantly varying. It's normal.
Barycenter

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From: 3bar8/8/2022 7:19:54 PM
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Doug

youtube.com

About 1 min they show a chart of what they claim is higher solar activity . It is compared to 2 years ago .

But 15 years ? We have gone from 200 spots/day to less than 10 . Is it me or is suspicious observer trying to paint the tape ?

The chart is showing Spots for the month . The daily tells the story . If he is saying the lack of spots allows a chance for a CME to mess things up , ok .

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To: 3bar who wrote (5539)8/9/2022 12:59:26 PM
From: Doug R
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Several months ago at the Colorado Museum of Mining I brought up to Ben that while he's watching the progress of cycle 25 relative to the predicted curve, when compared to that of cycle 25, it's not much different.
So, there may be a little tape painting going on in that regard.
Not much though since there's also the weakening magnetosphere to take into account.

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To: 3bar who wrote (5539)8/9/2022 3:52:38 PM
From: Doug R
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Meant to say...when compared to cycle 24 rather than the cycle 25 forecast.

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To: Doug R who wrote (5515)8/11/2022 4:25:39 PM
From: Doug R
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SOTT review of July's "dynamics".

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From: 3bar8/13/2022 8:04:36 AM
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Some thing of interest . A surface mass ejection . youtube.com

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From: Litore Lapis8/15/2022 4:14:16 AM
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So that is where the rain went.



Death Valley awash with rain soaked Europeans.

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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (5544)8/16/2022 3:03:18 PM
From: Doug R
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Lol.


Back to back 1,000 yr. storms in the same location is becoming a trend.

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To: Doug R who wrote (5545)8/16/2022 3:23:31 PM
From: Litore Lapis
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People worried about the dried up reservoirs are having their prayers answered.

Nevada, the new Surf State. The world is changing. -g-

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