The day the sun gave the end times sign, only the End Times Prophet reacted

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  3. MetaKron Registered Senior Member

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    Begging your pardon, but Mercury transiting or even Venus transiting makes for a rather small sunspot.

    Also, didn't you know that "Pravda" is Russian for "bull dookey"?
     
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  5. spidergoat Valued Senior Member

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    OOO spots on the sun, that's only been happening for like, 10 billion years.
     
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    Here's another sunspot report from 2000:

    Largest Sunspot in Nine Years Found On Sun


    By Maia Weinstock


    Writerhttp://www.space.com/php/contactus/feedback.php

    posted: 06:00 pm ET
    21 September 2000



    Solar scientists today are being treated to an eyeful from our nearest star. The largest sunspot in nine years, an active region known as AR 9169, is providing them with a spectacular show as it slowly rotates toward the center of the suns near side.

    According to solar physicists, the last time an active region this large graced the solar surface was in 1991. And although AR 9169 is by no means the largest sunspot ever recorded (in fact it is a group of sunspots located extremely close together) it covers a particularly large area about 2 percent of the solar disk and more than 12 times the area of one side of Earth.

    Sunspots are measured by scientists in terms of millionths of the suns visible area. A sunspot is considered on the large side if it measures 300 millionths to 500 millionths of the entire solar area. AR 9169 crushes those measurements on September 20th it spanned an area of 2,140 solar-millionths. The largest sunspot this century was recorded in 1947. That mega-sunspot covered an amazing 6,132 millionths of the visible solar area.

    Image in motion:

    http://www.space.com/php/multimedia...he dark spot at left-center. Click to enlarge.


    http://www.space.com/php/multimedia...ts as of Sept. 21, 2000. [142k animated .gif]
     
  8. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

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    Please keep the topic science oriented - talk of prophets will see this thread closed.

    Carry on.

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    So did you see the Venus Transit? It made for a rather large spot!

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  10. BenTheMan Dr. of Physics, Prof. of Love Valued Senior Member

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    Ok. I'll take one for the team.

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    You don't want to mess with (Q).:runaway: :fright:

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  12. BenTheMan Dr. of Physics, Prof. of Love Valued Senior Member

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    (Q) is just a big teddy bear. I'm messing with MattMarr.
     
  13. BenTheMan Dr. of Physics, Prof. of Love Valued Senior Member

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    Surely yall are fine with that...
     
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    The sun's unusual behaviour is in direct proportion to the anomalies in matter interacting within the milkyway galaxy.
    This results in a 11-year sunspot cycle. The next sunspot cycle will be 30-50% stronger than the last one and begin as much as a year later than average, according to a breakthrough forecast using a computer model of solar dynamics developed by NCAR scientists.
     

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