Wednesday, May 02, 2012

With the Sun transforming itself as a 4 Polar Magnetic Star, Say Hello to the New Little Ice Age!

According to research by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, an unusual magnetic change is taking place in the sun which may have four poles as early as this month (May).
Normally, the sun's magnetic field flips about once every 11 years. In 2001, the sun's magnetic North Pole, which was in the northern hemisphere, flipped to the South.

Even more significant, the study points that the Sun is currently exhibiting similar solar activity to that observed during the Maunder Minimum, which occurred during the coldest years of the Little Ice Age in the 17th century.

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