Saturday, March 25, 2017

Solar Flares' Shocking Influence on Sunspots | Space News

Thunderbolts Project | Mar 25, 2017

In the past, we have reported on many recent discoveries that call into question the foundational theories about our sun, and all stars. For the better part of a century, institutional science has told us that stars are powered by nuclear fusion at their cores.

However, on our own Sun, many of the observable features remain anomalous for the nuclear fusion model, and the problems only continue to grow with ever finer technological data. Now, a new study conducted by a team of scientists at the New Jersey Institute of Technology provides yet another blow to standard theories about the sun.

The problem is the discovery of a surprising relationship between solar flares and sunspots. In part one of this two-part presentation, Dr. Michael Clarage, a scientist on the SAFIRE project team, explores the significance of this discovery for the standard and electric universe theories of the sun, respectively.

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