Thursday, July 6, 2023

Big Solar Flares

7/5/23 Fox News reports on two big solar flares headed our way likely to produce impressive aurorae.

In case you were wondering increased solar activity increases the area around the Sun that blocks cosmic rays.  Cosmic rays increase cloud cover and rain. This is a secondary effect of increased solar output, which is well known by astrophysicists but ignored by climate "scientists."

The relationship between cosmic rays and climate history can be measured because cosmic rays create a few exotic isotopes that do not happen otherwise such as Be-10.  Cosmic rays only penetrate about a foot into the ground so you can measure historical cosmic ray volume 

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