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This is the same sunspot number 1024 that sent Laurent Langelez recently, but this time choosing the best subframes of the sequence to get the sharpest details of the spots.
2015-10-18 16:30:39       
Because they can't find where the plugs, I mean the stoppers are lotcead. It's probably too far to reach and you could get eaten by a shark to reach your arm down so low.Imagine you find the plug from your boat, but then when your hand emerges out of the water with the stopper, your entire arm is missing! Seriously, that could hurt..!
2014-03-06 03:34:40       
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2014-02-06 09:17:21       
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2013-08-09 07:37:26       
Funny, Science is supposed to be DISPASSIONATE. I asumse that everyone who is following this climate change stuff is an adult who is reasonably intelligent, but for some reason most discussions on this issue always evolve into a school yard argument of "huh ah, bull, bull honkey, yes so, no way" before everyone runs away with their fingers in their ears singing "na na na, I can't hear you."The solar cycle hypothesis has been around since I started following this debate back in the late 90s. This is the first live test that we have had of this hypothesis, and so far it does fit the observed truth that global temperatures have cooled. Could this just be a happy accident, yes of course it could!Now, that La Nina thing. First, everyone I have read accepts that the ENSO cycle effects global temperatures, just like volcanos effect the climate in the short run. This latest La Nina was nothing exceptional, but it was a La Nina, and now its gone. I know that the La Nina had an effect, but we saw a pretty radical drop in Global Temperatures, from January 2007 which I do not think can be completely explained by a minor La Nina. Question is, "What happens from here now that the Pacific has returned to normal?"May and June were both cool, and the La Nina was pretty much faded by then. At the same time the North Atlantic has been much warmer than usual for what seems like years now, but this month something seems to be happening in the North Atlantic, and some scientists are speculating that the Atlantic Multi-Decadal Oscillation is turning into a cool phase. This is roughly co-inciding with the PDO turning to a cool phase. What is causing these phase changes? Could it have something to do with the sun?We all know the influence that the moon has on our oceans by observing the tides, but could it be possible that something else effects our oceans like magnitism? After all, we know that the Earth has a magnetic field and the sun does too, and both have been weakening as of late, could this hve an effect on our oceans? After all the simple observational experiment of holding a bar magnet up to a steam of water flowing from a kitchen sink does bend the flow of water, so it is rational that magnets might have an effect on our oceans. We know that sun spots are magnetic storms on the surface of the sun, so could it be possible that altering these magnetic fields could cause an upwelling of cold ocean water to the surface, such as what occurs during a La Nina?Simply enough, I do not know, but I do understand that ocean surface temperatures do seem to have the greatest effect on the climate, so what ever controls these upwelling would have a great deal of effect. I know that there are also an hypothesis about the solar wind and cosmic rays, and all sorts of other things, but the only thing that we really know for certain that that the climate has changed in the past, and it will change again in the future.CO2 driven climate change is just another hypothesis, and really has no greater validity than any of the other ones out there, but unfortunately some people have decided to make it a political issue, and these same people are succeeding in greatly upsetting the normal function of nations in dealing with economic issues and have caused a spike in food and fuel prices as a result of their meddling. Naturally this is going to piss people off, when they know that there is little evidence to support this hypothesis that is already causing so many problems. If allowed to go unchallenged, it will doubtlessly lead to the collapse of all of the economies of the Western World, no to mention mass starvations and domestic unrest in poor nations.Maybe, Global Warming caused by CO2 is a concern, but it is hardly a crisis and it should be properly relegated back to the 4th tier of concerns that nations and people face in their daily life. It's likely if we drop all of the hype and propaganda and genuine insanity surrounding this issue we can find common ground on solutions which will benefit our civilization, rather than acting on a crazy hunch based on shakey science which will destroy our civilization. Until then, I deeply resent being lied to by the Global Warmists and I will oppose everything they want. I say we water board Dr. Hansen and Algore to see what they really know about Global Warming, really it's the least we can do to save the Earth.
2012-10-31 17:42:50       
Incredible resolution. Nice picture. I guess it is not easy to get this kind of results...
2012-01-11 00:02:08       
HHIS I sohlud have thought of that!
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