Monthly Archives: July 2017

Monster Solar Minimum Approaching

  Guest essay by David Archibald at Watts Up With That This recent post was on the fact that the Sun’s EUV emissions had fallen to solar minimum-like levels well ahead of solar minimum. The implication was that the Solar … Continue reading

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Sunspots and Volcanos?[Updated]

Anthony Mengotto in a comment brought up and interesting point, the sun is growing quiet, while volcanism is increasing. I have always wondered it there was a connection. Does vulcanism fluctuate with the increase and decrease of sunspots? The Smithsonian/USGS … Continue reading

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Solar Minimum in 2019-2020

According to the NASA Video below the next solar minimum is on the way and should arrive by 2019 As the next solar minimum is exposed by time, I will be focusing more on this event and its potential impact … Continue reading

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