Unusual Solar X-Class Flare Activity
By Ted Twietmeyer
The size and duration of this X-class flare is almost unprecedented. I have been monitoring the sun daily for about 12 years now, using these charts originally from NOAA below. NASA operates and controls these satellites for NOAA.
All images below were captured on January 15th 2005. The proton flux chart you see below has marked "Jan 14" labeled on the X axis. On this data you see normal radiation levels typical of our sun. It appears something unusual is happening now as illustrated in the ongoing, upward trend in these charts.
The X-ray intensity chart below also has a space station impact. Although we hear deafening silence from NASA, it is well known that extended space station irradiation also has a large impact for those onboard the station. Astronauts cannot venture outside the protection module on the station for any length of time, if at all. Doing so could result in harmful doses of gamma radiation. Almost all space station modules afford almost no radiation protection, except for one specially designed protection module.
Note the long spike in the curve, has repeated with greater intensity. This is also extremely unusual. It appears another upward trend is developing:
In the white light spectrum, massive sun spots are safely visible only for those with properly filtered telescopes. These sunspots are the size of hundreds of earths across, and are far larger than they appear below. The two small sunspots are the normal size of visible light spots. The massive, concentrated cluster near the center of the image is somewhat unusual:
Our sun is supposedly a highly chaotic and random process. Yet we see events this taking place. This repetition makes these events highly unusual. Is this the result of outside tampering? Considering that "solar max" was *supposedly* over more than two years ago. Since excessive solar activity has not subsided, perhaps experiments or tampering using advanced technology is indeed the case:
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22:15 Jan-11 (2 comments)
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