Description of the Solar Cycle and Prediction of the Next Solar Maximum

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Description of the Solar Cycle and Prediction of the Next Solar Maximum

Post by LongtimeAirman on Thu Sep 11, 2014 9:19 pm

First posted at TB NIAMI, Re: Miles Mathis and his Charge Field, Tue Sep 09, 2014 8:01 pm.

At Miles has released:
NEW PAPER, added 9/7/14, The Cause of the Solar Cycle. I do the unified field math, showing the cycle is caused by charge and magnetic influences from the four large planets.

Miles begins with a link sent to him by a reader, an article which contains “wonderful new data from NASA”, Researchers Discover New Clues to Determining the Solar Cycle, The article includes a description of, “Bands of magnetized solar material – with alternating south and north polarity – march toward the sun's equator. Comparing the evolution of the bands with the sunspot number in each hemisphere over time may change the way we think about what's driving the sun's 11-year sunspot cycle”. These bands were observed to begin at +/-55deg on the sun’s surface.

Miles writes, “So why isn't the Solar cycle exactly 11.862 years? Because Jupiter isn't the only cause. To calculate the cycle in any given year, we have to track all four of the Jovians (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune). Basically, when Jupiter and Saturn are on the same side of the Sun, their E/M fields stack, giving us a maximum. When Jupiter and Saturn are opposite, we should get a minimum. The full maximum would be when all four Jovians are on the same side of the Sun”.

Miles makes two detailed predictions:
1) I predict all people predicting 2019 or 2020 will be wrong. The maximum won't occur until 2021, since the approaching Neptune will help the Jupiter/Saturn conjunction…So not only can I predict a delayed maximum, I can predict a very long maximum—as both Saturn and then Neptune pass through their conjunctions with Jupiter. What will probably happen is that they will report the next cycle arriving in late 2020, but that will turn out to be premature. So don't pay any bets early. The highest point of the maximum won't arrive until many months after the first reports of it, and the cycle will remain in this strange extended maximum for more than year and a half.
2) But a much more subtle prediction involves predicting something that no one even knows is predictable—or even variable. … an angle of 53.6 degrees.



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