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moonomaly

A possible explanation for the 11-year Solar cycle

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Very interesting. I always wondered :)

 

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I was watching a video on that paper just last night, I have to confess my woo-woo meter was pinging, but looks like a serious paper (I kept expecting someone to deny global warming or mention the ology)

Any solar researchers on here? Wouldn’t mind know if this is the current state of thinking...

 

 

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Another article on the topic references two studies regarding predictions to when a solar cycle will end and another will begin. The article mentions the visual indicators, but it doesn't specifically provide the cause of the increase in the magnetic activity. It may be referenced in the actual studies. My logic tells me that it's possibly due to the study referenced in previous comments here.

https://www.space.com/sun-tsunamis-terminators-solar-cycle.html

 

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