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Our Amazing Turbulent Sun: Part 1

Updated on September 22, 2016
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K.D. Martel is a writer, published author and artist working from her studio in the province of Québec, Canada.

After writing this hub out I realized that it was way to long to put into one hub so I divided it up into smaller sections.

A few days ago I was listening to radio and video lectures by the well renowned physicist Nassim Haramein who has been studying the sun for the many years now. His amazing findings come after studying thousands of photos taken from the NASA satellite SOHO that is in orbit around the sun. Much of what he is saying over the past few months is directly related to the climatic changes we have been experiencing all over the globe! I was so taken aback by all this and have spent countless hours myself researching similar information all over the internet.

He shows us the actual SOHO satellite pictures of the sun, the sunspots that have been multiplying into the hundreds as we approach the solar maximum (end of the 11 year sunspot cycle which is about to begin in 2011-2012). Never have scientists seen so many sunspots appearing in the last 135 years since sun record keeping has begun! The sun is apparently going to shift its magnetic poles (not the physical ones) very soon and this creates a whole lot of turbulence! Our sun is even now, 30% hotter that it has been in the last thousand or so years and even now, the sun has become “stormy” and unpredictable as it shoots out massive amounts of negative ions into our solar system.

For part 2, click here!



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