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January 7, 2014

Taken by Rocky Raybell on January 6, 2014 @ Keller, Washington

1:30 PM ET Update, OH Crap X Class Flare, everybody duck…:)

Space Weather News for Jan. 7, 2014

STRONG SOLAR ACTIVITY:  One of the largest sunspots in years, AR1944, has turned toward  Earth and it is crackling with strong flares.  So far on Jan. 7th, the active region has produced M7- and X1-class eruptions, and more appear to be in the offing.  As this alert is being issued, analysts are waiting for more data from solar observatories to clarify the possibility of CME impacts and geomagnetic storms in the days ahead.  For updates, stay tuned to

HUGE SUNSPOT TARGETS EARTH: One of the biggest sunspots in years is crossing the center of the solar disk, putting Earth in the way of potential eruptions. Rocky Raybell photographed the active region named “AR1944” yesterday from his backyard in Keller, Washington:

Those sunspots contain a large amount quantum dark/vacuum energy contained within the strings connected through those sunspots in my vision of this universe. Let’s all hope the Sun does not become vomitous as those spots align with the Earth, which is much, much smaller.  Global warming will be the least of our problems if we were to be hit with that much dark/vacuum energy.  We would need all the gas turbines we can muster to keep this place warm.

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