April 25, 2009
Facing the science of solar dimming
It was with great trepidation that I saw Glenn Reynolds' link to a report that "The Sun is the dimmest it has been for nearly a century" -- especially because of Glenn's observation that the solar dimming may be causing civil unrest (as well as his concerns about fallen angels).
There's no question that the sun is dimming. What ought to be of greater concern, though, is the fact that scientists claim not to understand why.
There are no sunspots, very few solar flares - and our nearest star is the quietest it has been for a very long time.Lest anyone think this is a form of hysteria, photographic evidence reveals that the sunspots are disappearing!
The photo on the left shows the sun in 2001 (just as the Bush term was beginning), and on the right is this year.
The vital spots on which we all depend are gone.
Can it be a pure coincidence that this dramatic dimming all happened under Bush, and at precisely the same time that Al Gore and all other top scientists unanimously consensusized that human activity (in the form of deadly CO2 emissions) is destroying the Earth in a major cataclysm?
Considering the interconnectedness of everything on earth (which is part of a vastly interconnected vast interplanetary ecosystem), isn't it likely that all of this noxious human activity is in fact the cause of the solar breakdown?
In light of known scientific theories, what I'd like to know is why they are saying it's unclear? From "The correcting role of unusual heliocentric atmospheric phenomena," by A. N. Dmitriev, of the Geology and Geophysics Institute, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, USSR.
Research has been done on solar-terrestrial correlations on the basis of the organism model for the Earth, which suggests that the Earth affects the Sun by means of a natural energy and information flow and as a result of man-made factors.(Emphasis added.) The evidence that the earth affects the sun is so overwhelming that it is repeated. Repeatedy:
Changes in the Earth pattern affect regular processes in the solar system and cause new formations in solar activity. Solar-terrestrial correlations represent an energy and information flux and provide regulation mechanisms for the biosphere and the climatic engine on an evolutionary basis in strict agreement with the evolution of the solar system.In other words, the sun is striking back against our destructive power. So why don't more people know about this so we can all face the science? Why isn't it part of the Overwhelming Scientific Consensus?
The only explanation I can come up with is that because of the Bush administration's War Against Science, vital scientific research has been ignored.
But because of Change© a new future may be dawning!
posted by Eric on 04.25.09 at 10:24 AM
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