As the Sun Turns: Solar Minimums and Maximums

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Re: As the Sun Turns: Solar Minimums and Maximums

Postby Maria » Mon 1 May 2017 7:00 pm

Belgium's manipulations continue. Below is the SILSO EISN plot for April 30, 2017.
Daily Sunspot Plot thru 04-30-2017_EISNcurrent.png
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Daily Sunspot Plot thru 05-01-2017_EISNcurrent.png
Daily Sunspot Plot thru 05-01-2017_EISNcurrent.png (42.13 KiB) Viewed 66 times

And above is the newly manipulated EISN plot that was done on May 1, 2017.
Notice the elimination of one of the spotless days, on April 9, 2017, which had an original range of 0 to 3, but which has now been replaced with an approximate EISN of 12.
This is a huge discrepancy. The standard deviation on April 9, 2017 was listed as 0.0 with data given as "0". However, I noticed from SILSO's daily text data that there was data for April 9, 2017 from 20 reporting stations that were eliminated as outliers.

      Real date/countdown sp std sr sa
      2017 04 09 2017.270 0 0.0 31 51

      0 = sp = estimated sunspot number
      0.0 = std = standard deviation
      31 = sr = stations reporting
      51 = sa = stations available

      The data of 51 stations was available for 04/09/2017
      But only 31 stations were reported for 04/09/2017

      This is a difference of 20, so 20 stations had their data eliminated as outliers (data that is too high or too low to fit a standard bell curve). This is unscientific and insane. This cherry picking of data should not be tolerated. If data shows that there are sunspots, then why eliminate that data? This information should have been brought to light much earlier than waiting until May 1, 2017 to doctor the evidence.

There are several other data manipulations, but they fall within the standard deviation.
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Re: As the Sun Turns: Solar Minimums and Maximums

Postby Barbara » Tue 2 May 2017 2:34 am

Thanks for explaining what outliers are. Now I understand better.
Good for you, Maria, for seeing this falsification of data. That is truly alarming. One wonders how many other pieces of data across the board are faked to produce the desired agenda ? Probably this is why I tune out statistics when I read anything about the results of 'studies'.

That is good you are keeping a sharp eye on this. The Belgian laboratory seems to be quite slippery, eh ?

On the previous post, that sun looks spectacular with the golden arches. I kept looking for awhile at the picture. How dynamic ; it makes the sun appear to be boiling away right before one's eyes.

Is the ultraviolet light mentioned the same color as the rest of these hues portrayed ? Or is not visible to our eyes ?

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Re: As the Sun Turns: Solar Minimums and Maximums

Postby Maria » Tue 2 May 2017 7:31 pm

If we were to look directly at the sun (which we should never do), it would blind us.

In the past and still in the present, scientists projected the image of the sun onto paper to look at sunspots.

These awesome images are taken by precise scientific instruments to capture the sun's images at different wave lengths, which lets us see the sunspots more clearly. In addition, we can see other features such as the coronal holes that have created such beautiful auroras lately.
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Re: As the Sun Turns: Solar Minimums and Maximums

Postby Maria » Mon 15 May 2017 3:40 am

During this month of May, we have had several spotless days, but when we do have a sunspot or two, they are very low in number so that the average Sunspot Number is hovering around 12.
Daily Sunspot Plot thru 05-15-2017_EISNcurrent.png
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The month of May most likely will have the lowest sunspot number so far this year.

Below is a current image of the sun. Notice that there is a former sunspot cluster starting to face the earth. Will this put an end to the spotless days until June? From what I have recently observed, just as soon as a former sunspot cluster faces earth, it rapidly decays into insignificance. In the next few days, we will know for sure. My educated guess is that tomorrow or the next day will show an increase in solar activity, but then this sunspot area will rapidly decay after a day or so.
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