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Jacques Re: Comments on Sunspots

Mar 08, 2006 05:28 AM
by krsanna

You know a lot about the sun!  The magnetic / electromagnetic drives 
of the sun seem to be something the ancients knew, based, in part, 
on KH's comments, and which NASA likes too.  

1.  Are you familiar with the solar inititions the Maya did?

2.  Are you familiar with data acquired by NASA's Ulysses?  

Best regards,

--- In, Jacques Mahnich <jacmahnich@...> 
> krsanna <timestar@...> wrote:     Is this 11-year mid-cycle when 
the sun's magnetic poles reverse. 
>   Yes, it is. The sunspots are caused by magnetic lines emerging 
at the "surface" of the sun, due to Archimede thrust. They appear 
generally as paired : the front one having the same polarity than 
the hemisphere it belongs to, the tail one having the invert 
polarity and being situated at a higher latitude. Due to the 
differential rotation, the magnetic flux of the tail sunspot will 
arrive before the other one, and the combined effect of both is 
driving the reversal of sun's pole field. It happen every 11+ year.
> Using 26- and 52-day cycles of the 260-day calendar (Tzolkin), I 
> announced reversal of the sun's poles in 2000 six months before 
> announced it. I identified the change with the calendar and sent 
> email on September 30, 2000. I noticed that phenomena associated 
> with the calendar reversed at that time, and the only possible 
> explanation was that the sun's poles had reversed. In February 
> 2001, NASA announced the poles had started reversing in October 
> 2000. 
> I was thrilled to see KH's comments on sunspots along with the 
> coronal effects that can be created with the brain. 
> It would be nice to compare the sunspot cycles taken in Australia 
> 680 million years ago. Can you tell me wht information you are 
> using? 
>   Information about Australia findings came from NATURE, vol. 291 
n 5817, pp. 624-628 / Macmillan Journals Ltd., 1981.
>   Other valuable information on the subject can be founded at the 
Royal Greenwich Observatory : 
> Krsanna
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