Friday, November 18th 2011, 8:20 AM EST
The above is an extract from the November Earthquake and volcano forecast trial by Piers Corbyn.
Those of you who have read the latest news report from SpaceWeather.com (One of the biggest things in the entire solar system - The Great Filament) would have noticed the Sun has recently developed a unique area on it's surface. So much so, that the original Earthquake and Volcano trial that has been produced by Piers Corbyn for the period 13th - 14th November seemed to miss out a beat.
This current episode of solar changes on the Sun's surface does not seem to be the end of the story, as you can see from the above forecast, the next "beat" for the 18th - 20th could be far more intense.
The significant comment from the SpaceWeather.com story had this to say:
If the filament becomes unstable, as solar filaments sometimes do, it could collapse and hit the stellar surface below, triggering a Hyder flare. Indeed, part of the filament already erupted on Nov. 16th, but Earth was not in the line of fire. A similar event today would likely be geoeffective because of the filament's central location on the solar disk.
I will read into this comment in conjunction to the above Piers Corbyn forecast that when this area erupts it will be very significant, and as you can see from the above chart the effect could be enhanced even further.
The Earthquake and Volcano trials so far this year have shown to fall in with the said events, and it would also seem that the main effect on Earth is from the "kick" of the eruption on the surface of the Sun rather then the geomagnetic activity.
Stay turned for more...GR