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Mysteries of the Sun

FCG

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CMEs and solar flares in the sun have their counterpart in hurricanes here on Earth. Same mechanism, different body (star vs. planet). That is to say, star, inside-out-star, or perhaps, planet, inside-out-planet. Whichever you prefer.
 

FCG

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Low sun spot activity -> low "extreme" weather events on Earth....

High sun spot activity -> significant increase in "extreme" Earth-weather events.... with emphasis on hurricane/tornado

But sun spots, we are told, are cooler than the surrounding corona. This statement is based on observation of "darkened area" in the region of the CME. How can this be? How can a HUGE ejection of extremely-energetic particles result in a reduced temperature in the area of incidence?

It's like it's inverted (reciprocal, maybe?)... hmm

Colder... perceived colder by our senses as the thermal motion has exceeded 1 natural unit (for temperature, recall temperature is simply a measure of thermal motion... an effective net inward linear vibration in the time region of the atom) and that motion continues into a 2nd scalar dimension wherein a further increase in temperature is observed as an increase in inverse-temperature (a reduction in temperature, from our perspective). While the thermal motion continues to increase, and the expression is reversed due to the magnitude of the motion... what is hotter appears progressively cooler to both our senses and our instrumentation... we are observing FASTER THAN LIGHT (FLT) motion.

The "speed of light" is not a limit.

It's a constant of proportionality. Specifically, s/t = 1 = c or 1 unit of space to 1 unit of time.

One guy (Einstein) claims FTL motion is not possible. One guy... and everyone's swallow it's deep and hard and now we can't even conceive of the alternative... human spirit is being crushed. Think for yourself!

P.S. No, FTL motion does not allow anything to go "back in time" a.k.a "time travel."

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sun spots are strange when we look at them from earth with just what we see, the temp difference is just mind blowing but the truth is we dont really know the sun very well, we make guesses with a bit of data we get but its sketchy at best.
i tend to forget about the science when working and just love Sol for the mightyness of it. sun spots are one of most wonderful things to watch in realtime and when there flaring there very dynamic and get me spelbound untill the next bit of cloud comes along, thay come all different sizes some looking like animals or other crazy shapes but i can tell one thing sol never dissapoints.
heres a shot from last year which also shows a caterpilla fillament which is quite rare.
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opps ive just realised where in 2019 this is from 2017 i lost a year somewhere:)
 
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thanks Drone , we had a nice few days imaging when i caught that one, theres another AR coming on to the discs. its been quiet and cloudy for the most of this year mainly just proms to snap but theres is 2 small spots today my friend told me but 100% cloud here in south wales.
 
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