jonboy

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  1. 16.8 please
  2. Daily Sun: 16 May 17 A new, unnumbered sunspot is emerging at the circled location, breaking a string of 7 consecutive spotless days. Credit: SDO/HMI Sunspot number: 0 What is the sunspot number? Updated 16 May 2017 Spotless Days Current Stretch: 0 days 2017 total: 37 days (27% How does the above work. say's sunspot number is 0 but not a spotless day?
  3. Wow and to think it was projected to be 2020 at the latest now we have to wait 50 years!!!!!
  4. a late 11.5
  5. lag times if the sun activity had such an immediate effect we would see it every day we don't. the changes are subtle and take time as patterns change and built up heat from the previous very high active cycles disapates
  6. I was talking to my sister in New York at the week end and their daffs are still to come out blossom is late and they have only just started getting seasonable temps
  7. Squaw Valley ski resort in California is considering staying open all summer due to snow amounts and not that long ago it was all doom and gloom due to lack of snow how things change!!
  8. Spaceweather.com may have called 1 spotless day but activity has been so low laymans sunspot count are on 10 spotless days. unlikely to last more than a day or two
  9. Well this was referring to undersea volcanic activity which we know little about and therefore cannot say whether it's increasing or not. However if such activity is driving the noted above Nino then it is changing climate
  10. 9.3 for me please
  11. I see there is talk of a super Nino forming which according to Peruvian scientist Jorge Manrique Prieto is because of high level of subterranean volcanic activity.
  12. So taking that to one of its logical conclusions might be that global temperatures peaked in 2007!!!!
  13. Cold winters but I do believe the next cycle is likely to be less active than the present one so yes two deep deep's and I don't expect cycle 26 to be as active as 23 but more like the present 24.
  14. I would hope for two or three!!!
  15. I notice they call 2009/10 a deep solar minimum. I wonder what they will call this one?