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Old 19-02-2018, 11:44 AM   #1
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Most of the weather is generated by he sun. It is the single largest influence on the Earth. We are hearing about a solar minimum. That will effect the Earth's climate. We are hearing about pole shift and possible magnetic pole flip. The sun has a gigantic magnetic field. You can be sure that the Earth is aligned to the suns field. Is the sun's field in the process of flipping?
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Most of the weather is generated by he sun. It is the single largest influence on the Earth. We are hearing about a solar minimum. That will effect the Earth's climate. We are hearing about pole shift and possible magnetic pole flip. The sun has a gigantic magnetic field. You can be sure that the Earth is aligned to the suns field. Is the sun's field in the process of flipping?
Solar minimum happens every nine to 11 years. Look up 'solar cycles'. We're in the declining part of cycle 24. That does not mean there have only been 24 cycles of course. It's just when the detection/observation of cycles was first made in 1755.

There appears to be little if any effect on the climate, although extended solar minima (look up Maunder Minimum) may have a cooling effect.

The solar activity is related to sun spots and solar flares. There are always at least one or two some major events in each solar cycle, but I bet you have never had any of them impact on your life - unless you're involved in HF communications, power distribution or various some forms of navigation.

The alt media like to combine solar activity with all kinds of mostly unrelated stuff. The solar magnetic field reverses every cycle. Again, I bet you never noticed. No one does! It's more or less irrelevant on Earth, and we've been measuring and observing with scientific instruments for about 150 years.

The earth's magnetic field changes polarity every few hundred thousand years (some think we're over due). Best guesses are that is gradually breaks up into multiple magnetic north and south poles all over the place before refocussing at opposite poles. The South Atlantic anomaly might be the start of one of those. Anyway, there's no evidence it suddenly happens, likely centuries or millennia. And there's no obvious fossil record linking extinctions with magnetic pole reversal.

However, for all we know human civilisation has evolved in a period of relative solar stability. We've only been observing it instrumentally for less than 200 years. Massive solar flares and CMEs might have been common to stone-age man, but all they noticed were very bright aurora!

You might like to look up 1859 The Carrington Event. We've no idea how often that happens, but in today's society it would prove... interesting!

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