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Old 09-19-2008, 10:59 PM   #1
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Wink Still No Sun Spots?

I have been monitoring the Sun's activity. Why? Because I feel that it is a key element to our future and the changes occuring on our solar system. I like to visit www.spaceweather.com because it is a quick way to see what the Sun is doing.

Also, you will notice the unusual aurora activity that we are experiencing. The same kind of activity is also occuring on the Sun.

The "no sunspot activity" is the first time in a hundred years since this has happened at such a prolonged period of time. And we all know that the more calm it is before a storm, the bigger the storm. I'm talking about a build up of energy.

So, if there are any scientists or astronomers out there, can you give us a logical explanation of what is occuring? Because I am also getting signals that 2012 is leading up to a huge solar storm when our planets align with the brighter part of our galaxy.

Is the definition of ascending to a higher life form also known as fried chicken?

So feel free to share your thoughts.

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2012, aurora, solar system, sun, sunspots

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