Cold for summer in the Midwest–but remember, that’s weather

I don’t know if I wanna make a big deal about this–too much like the way the Weather Channel makes every event some ominous sign.

Not reasaonable to think “record” temps mean much.

http://iceagenow.info/2015/07/record-cold-in-illinois-iowa-kansas-wisconsin-minnesota-indiana-and-michigan/

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One response to “Cold for summer in the Midwest–but remember, that’s weather

  1. Yes, unusually cool and wet here in Missouri, too. But that’s no big deal.

    The big deal is 70 years of deception after WWII to hide the energy source that destroyed Hiroshima – NEUTRON REPULSION – the same course of energy in ordinary stars like the Sun and in heavy atoms like Uranium.

    These peer-reviewed papers show the error:

    1. This paper from the 2002 SOHO Workshop on Helioseismology shows the standard solar model is wrong:

    O.K. Manuel and Stig E. Friberg, “Composition of the solar interior: Information from isotope ratios”, Proceedings of SOHO 12/GONG Conference on Local and Global Helioseismology: The Present and the Future, 27 Oct-1 Nov 2002, Big Bear Lake, CA, U.S.A. (ESA SP-517, editor: Huguette Lacoste) pp. 345-348 (2003). http://arxiv.org/pdf/astro-ph/0410717v1http://www.omatumr.com/abstracts/gong-2002.pdf

    2. This 1965 paper showed that the solar cycle is induced by solar motion:

    P.D. Jose, “Solar motion: Sunspots,” Astron J 70 (1965) 193-200: http://www.giurfa.com/jose.pdf

    3. These three papers show how the Sun’s dense (pulsar) core causes solar vibrations

    3. Peter Toth, “Is the Sun a pulsar?” Nature 270 (1977) 159-160. http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v270/n5633/abs/270159a0.html

    4. V.A. Kotov, “A pulsar inside the Sun?” RQE 39 (1996) 811-814: http://www.springerlink.com/content/j549440457107v36/

    5. Carl A. Rouse, “Evidence for a small, high-Z, iron-like solar core,” Solar Physics 110 (1987) 211-235: http://www.springerlink.com/content/k26825872rv64411/

    Seventy years of deceit is a big deal!

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