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Solar Climate Change: Public Warning: This Weeks Major R5+ Solar Event To Produce Additional Stratospheric Warming
Sunday, January 13th 2013, 8:14 AM EST
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The above extract is from the "Red Warning" report issued at the start of January from Piers Corbyn at

You would have noticed that there have been several recent commentators indicating that the current Sudden Polar Stratospheric Warming has induced a change to weather patterns in the Northern Hemisphere producing a much colder circulation of air.

According to this report from Piers Corbyn, there will be Additional Stratospheric Warming, making the current conditions even worse, also including in this forecast is a higher chance of M7+ Earthquake, and an enhancement to storms....more to follow.

The last time we had an R5+ Solar event was from a forecast for the 26-27th October, this resulted in Hurricane Sandy and a M7.7 Earthquake in this space for more!

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