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How's the volcano in indonesia doing?
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02-14-2020 10:16 AM

 




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How's the volcano in indonesia doing?
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Just wondering, I have a feeling there's going to be more significant geomagnetic events soon, judging by the peculiar activity of the sun recently.
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02-14-2020 10:19 AM

 




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RE: How's the volcano in indonesia doing?
Why don't you ask it?
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seasnake
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02-14-2020 10:20 AM

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RE: How's the volcano in indonesia doing?
Sunspots started going back up after their minimum, so there is a long weight until we hit the natural disaster cycle the world just went through during the last couple months of last year and a bit into this one.

https://www.space.com/new-sunspot-solar-...egins.html

First new sunspots in 40 days herald coming solar cycle
By Tom Metcalfe January 14, 2020

The cycle may result in dramatic space weather that could disrupt communications and power grids here on Earth.

Two new sunspots have ended a long period of relative quiet on the surface of our blazing host star, heralding the start of a new 11-year cycle of sunspot activity
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