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Was the Plasma Vortex / C8.7 Solar Flare and the M8 Earthquake related?: Updated by Piers Corbyn
Wednesday, February 6th 2013, 7:00 AM EST
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Below is an awesome video capturing the C8.7 solar flare around Sunspot 1667. During the eruption, a blob of plasma above the blast site is captured spinning like a Tornado vortex. Most of us Sun lovers hope for X-Class solar flares, however even a C-Class flare can be fascinating. A slow motion version is also included.

EARTH-DIRECTED ERUPTION - The magnetic canopy of decaying sunspot AR1667 erupted this morning (Feb. 6th @ 00:21 UT), producing a long duration C9-class solar flare and hurling a coronal mass ejection (CME) into space. According to first-look images from NASA's STEREO-B spacecraft, the CME appears to be heading in the general direction of link for Video link

Updated below with comments from Piers Corbyn
Solar Climate Change: Was today's Solar Flare the cause of today's major Alaska Earthquake and also the start of second peak for SC24?
Saturday, January 5th 2013, 11:35 AM EST
Co2sceptic (Site Admin)
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The Sun burst into life today and according to "there was a wave of ionization rippling through the upper atmosphere over Europe" the above chart was produced from Dave Gradwell, it has coincided, maybe coincidently, maybe not, with today's events in Alaska

This active period was NOT forecast as a Pier Corbyn "Red Warning" R4/R5 period and there is also no current indication of a "power up" of tropical storms going on, although for the past two days we have seen a CAT1 being present.

This looks as if it could be the start of bigger events to come, maybe this is a second peak for SC24?...more to follow

To illustrate the growing spottiness of the sun (, each active region in this Jan. 5th image from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory is circled (click link for latest image of the Sun)

The most active sunspot so far is emerging over the sun's northeastern limb. Crackling witth flares, it unleashed an M1.7-class eruption on Jan. 5th at 09:34 UT that sent a wave of ionization rippling through the upper atmosphere over Europe. More flares appear to be in the offing; stay tuned....
Daily Quake: Second Major Alaskan Earthquake in just over two months!
Saturday, January 5th 2013, 4:49 AM EST
Co2sceptic (Site Admin)
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This latest Earthquake follows the M7.7 on the 28th October 2012 I will update this article as soon as I can....

Latest report from reuters.comQuake measuring 7.7 strikes in Pacific off Alaska..earthquake of 7.7 magnitude struck in the Pacific Ocean about 60 miles southwest of Port Alexander in Alaska on Saturday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The quake struck at a depth of about 6 miles at 0858 GMT, the survey said...more to follow
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