Saturday, 7 September 2013

News from outer space

The sun's magnetic field is about to reverse, sometime in the next few weeks, as it does every 11 years.

Our farthest out probe has left the solar system magnetic field and entered a regional galactic one.

The galactic wind has changed direction during the short span of forty years of observation.  It's patchy out there.

The sun has cycles that trigger ice ages and it's pretty clear we are about to enter a big new one.  This isn't new news but it's big news and should show up in the next tens to few hundreds of years.  Carbon Dioxide increases may dampen the signal briefly.  The depressed sun spot cycle is suggestive of a cooler period ahead.

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