New States and Activity of the Sun

The physical state of the Sun is concerned, there are significant modifications that have occurred in the behavioral model of the Sun in our solar system. Unusual forms, energetic powers, and activities in the Sun's functions, as well as modifications in it's basic fundamental properties. A progressive growth of the Sun's general activity has been observed. This growth first revealed itself most definitely in the 22nd cycle; which posed a real problem for heliophysicists who were attempting to revise their main explanatory scenarios:

The velocity of reaching super-flash maximums.
The emissive power of separate flashes.
The energy of solar cosmic rays.


High in the heliospheric latitudes, the absence of the magnetic dipole, which drastically changed the general model of heliomagnetism. The important heliospheric role of coronal holes has now become clear; to regulate the magnetic saturation of interplanetary space. They generate all large geomagnetic storms, and ejection's with a southerly directed magnetic field are geo-effective. The solar winds effects upon Earth's atmospheric zone circulation, and lithospheric dynamics .

The increased frequency of X-Ray flux flares which occurred, provided evidence of the large-scale events to come; especially in relation to an increase in the frequency of super-flashes. The situation has become extremely serious due to the growth in the transmitting qualities of the interplanetary environment and the growth of Jupiter's systems heliospheric function; with Jupiter having the possibility of being shrouded by a plasmosphere extending over Io's Jupiter' Moon orbit .


Therefore, a growth in the velocity, quality, quantity,
and energetic power of our Solar System's Heliospheric processes.

The unexpected high level of Sun activity in the later half of 1997, that is continuing into present time. There were three "X" level Goes 9 X-Ray Flux events in 1997 where one was forecasted; a 300% increase. The most dramatic of these, a X-9.1 coronal mass ejection on November 6, 1997, produced a proton event here on Earth of approximately 72 hours in duration.

The character, scale, and magnitude of current Sun activity has increased.
Just as solar scientists thought the Sun may be winding down it has
unleashed the biggest solar flare ever recorded.

Nov 2003: Giant sunspot 486 unleashed another powerful solar flare on Nov. 4th (1950 UT). Ionizing radiation hit Earth's atmosphere soon after the explosion and caused a severe radio blackout, noticed by radio listeners across North America. This latest flare from sunspot 486 could be historic. The blast saturated X-ray detectors onboard GOES satellites for 11 minutes. The last time a flare did this, on April 2nd, 2001, it was classified as an X20--the biggest ever recorded at the time. The Nov. 4th, 2003, solar flare appears to have been even stronger.

This equation has played out in the last two solar events which occurred. The first on February 5th 2000 which resulted in X-Class flares. Within 72 hours of this event, more than 80 people died and over 100,000 homeless from sudden floods in South Africa. The second solar flare activity occurred on February 12th 2000. Within 72 hours freak tornadoes hit Georgia and Arkansas killing 29 people and injuring hundreds.

Equation: Sunspot
Count = Solar Flares = Magnetic Shift = Shifting Ocean/Jet Stream Currents = Extreme Weather

Current Sun activity has increased.
Just as solar scientists thought the Sun may be winding down it has
unleashed the biggest solar flare ever recorded.




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