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    My son tells me there was an item on the TV news about increased agitation from the people about "chem trails" the usual platitudes were dished out , " Do not be concerned it is just condensation from the aircraft that must take the most direct rout to their destination". This is so insulting to the thinking man's intelligence, - How dare they! Despite the dumbing down of our children we have eyes to see- one day they will acknowledge their lies and eat their words.

    Tonight There was exceptional chem trail activity around the sunset -so, armed with my camera I trekked up the hill to get some shots of the action , not so clear here but there was an unusual object /glow/ WHY to the west of the sun , do push you PC screen away to get some dramatic 3 d contrasted shots of life here in Herefordshire, what ever it was they definitely didn't want us to see it. will down load photos asap.

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    Quote I have been able to predict several flares and earthquakes, is your equipment sophisticated enough to do that? Have you been successful at that? I have.
    If you can predict flares and earthquakes (and if you have plenty of of documentary evidence, which I guess you will have) you should be in great demand.

    No doubt government agencies will be skeptical, but present your evidence to some of the amateur solar and geology and groups first. They'd be very keen to be in on something that no one else has done, and they'd be very interested to work out the physics linking these events.

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    Quote Posted by Nick Matkin (here)
    Quote I have been able to predict several flares and earthquakes, is your equipment sophisticated enough to do that? Have you been successful at that? I have.
    If you can predict flares and earthquakes (and if you have plenty of of documentary evidence, which I guess you will have) you should be in great demand.

    No doubt government agencies will be skeptical, but present your evidence to some of the amateur solar and geology and groups first. They'd be very keen to be in on something that no one else has done, and they'd be very interested to work out the physics linking these events.

    Nick.
    In the past I have done just that. Including contacting Hawaii before the 2004 tsunami. They ignored Hawaii and they are the world's foremost leading authority besides Japan. If they are ignored, well that tells you something. I've done my time so to speak. But that was 10 years ago so perhaps I should give it another try. Thank you for your suggestion. I will consider it.

    I'm not sure I have the fight in me. Even if I am curious. Semi-retired now. But this is not my field of expertise directly, perhaps I needed to approach another country instead.

    I know I am NOT the only one.
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    My body is sensing energies tonight. At around 9 pm central US time until current. Anyone else have their feelers up?

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    I thought it felt like 3 waves if subtle energy. I felt another a little while ago. Not sure, I checked for earthquakes but no big ones today. Not yet.

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    Something wrong with my Wi-fi here, laptop nor table PC won't connect so I have the use my smart phone. Not really used to that.... Besides that I've been sleeping really poorly thanks to hot weather and the Moon.

    Elevated cosmic rays so that's what you probably have been feeling something and the sunspot situation is getting catastrophically minimal. This is what was predicted, we will soon start to see a Sun which is incapable of developing any sunspots. Then it will get cold...

    Solar Flare Risk
    M-Class: 01%
    X-Class: 01%

    SolarHam: "Here is an updated look at the visible solar disk on Tuesday. With the exception of region 2113 which is in an advanced state of decay, the Earth facing side of the sun is just about spotless. Solar activity is expected to be at very low (X-Rays below C-Class) to low levels during the next 24 hours. No Earth directed coronal mass ejections were observed during the past day."


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    Via SolarHam:

    Spotless

    "Below is an updated image of the visible solar disk on Wednesday. Okay, Technically this is a picture of an orange, but our visible disk looks very similar today. Region 2113 faded away leaving the Earth facing side of the sun spotless for the first time since August 14, 2011. This will be made official later today just as long as 2113 remains a spotless plage. We will likely see more periods of active sunspots during the next year or so, but a gradual downward turn in overall activity is inevitable. Solar activity should continue at very low levels today. No Earth directed coronal mass ejections were observed during the past day. Stay tuned to SolarHam.com for the latest information."



    Visible Solar Disk (Wednesday) - SDO/HMI
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    Unbearably hot in Belgium. Our climate is as such that anything above 29°C feels like anything well above 40°C in Spain and even that feels cooler (to do with altitude and, both, proximity and open flanks to the sea). Belgium is a historical part of the "Lower Lands" aka Netherlands.

    Tomorrow rain is promised...but not until another day passes with yet 1 degree hotter.

    And how are you guys doing?

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    Here in Northern Italy Central, it is extreemly hot and humid, too... over 104°F (40° C) in direct sun at 13:00.

    When I go out, I can actually feel the rays penetrating/cooking the skin... awesome!

    I'm noticing that there are less chemtrails lately... I would have expected more with the flight re-routes....

    A thunderstorm just went through but it just barely rained here... at least the air is a little cooler now.
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    On July 17th, we broke the two-and-a-half years' ongoing record for Solar Cycle 24 of "days with sunspots" ... The last time we could observe the earth-facing side of the sun without any sunspots was in 2011...

    Update from spaceweather.com:

    Quote THE "ALL QUIET EVENT": For the 4th day in a row, solar activity is extremely low. Compared to the beginning of July, when sunspots were abundant, the sun's global X-ray output has dropped by a factor of ten. Moreover, on July 17th the sunspot number fell all the way to zero. We call it "the All Quiet Event."

    As July 19th unfolds, the sun is no longer completely blank. Three small sunspots are emerging, circled in this image from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory:



    These small sunspots are not about to break the quiet. None of them has the kind of complex magnetic field that harbors energy for strong flares. NOAA forecasters estimate the odds of a significant flare (M- or X-class) in the next 24 hours to be no more than 1%.

    Before July 17, 2014, the previous spotless day was August 14, 2011, a gap of nearly 3 years. What happened then provides context for what is happening now. Overall, 2011 was a year of relatively high solar activity with multiple X-flares; the spotless sun was just a temporary intermission. 2014 will probably be remembered the same way. Or not. Almost anything is possible because, as one pundit observes, "you just can't predict the sun."
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    Wow... Look at these cosmic ray readings!

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    This is getting out of hand...

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    Holy cow. Is that really the cosmic rays? That is crazy.

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    Quote Posted by Sidney (here)
    Holy cow. Is that really the cosmic rays? That is crazy.
    Yes, the cosmic ray readings have been so massive that they even pop out of the frames, but I've seen heavy editing recently so I doubt that were even seeing all of the real readings. At the same time the solar wind speed is really low... 275 km/s. Too low, I think that these events could be related. So basically we're under cosmic ray showers constantly and they affect us in unknown ways. It's just that most people won't notice it. Human eyes are actually quite limited when it comes to seeing.



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    uh oh, did the sun just shut off or did the red dwarf Nibiru just appear?



    something is going on with the EIT 304 satellite...
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    It shows up on this imagery also same satellite. Up above and to the left. What is that?
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    I took a screen shot of those in case they disappear. What the heck???????????????????????????

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    what the hell

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    huge object interacting with the sun and no one has something to say here at avolon?

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    Quote Posted by loc333 (here)
    huge object interacting with the sun and no one has something to say here at avolon?
    This is not one of the busier threads, (it should be IMO, but what you going to do??LOL)

    But I agree on the WTF is going on up there anyway. There is a lot of extremely weird stuff that is captured on those cameras, and many time I wonder why nobody pays attention. But IF those really are objects, they are MASSIVE.

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