Monday, June 16, 2014

Significant Papers, Spaceweather

Staff Writer, Nathaniel Diaz
Meteorology / Heliosphere

Earthquakes are up. Volcanoes are active. Storm surges are in the Caspian Sea. [insert CS Lewis joke here.]

The sun is quiet after last weeks increase in coronal holes strength and flaring, but this week not so much although the energy in storm, earthquakes, and volcano activities show that the Earth is still dealing with that.

Was that our Mini-Max or is more activity on the way from our sun before this cycle goes silent again?

Today's Featured Links:
Transcript of S0/U-Yen Video:

Mr2tuff2: 70Kv thru Ga. Clay on Acrylic sheet
Ice Age in 10/20 years:
Underside Melting in Antarctica:
Since the VDP Gazette took the weekend off, we didn't want you to be left out on all the buzz. 

Additional Links:
Evidence for elevated and spatially variable geothermal flux beneath the West Antarctic Ice Sheet
Climate Change:
Sun Series:
Charon Ocean:

Source: Suspicious Observers