Video TIME!!

TWO POSTS TODAY… THE OTHER WILL POST AT 7:07pm

This one’s severely messed up.  I did it at ten o’clock last night and the first part I talked about today like it’s today and the last half I talked about today as if it were tomorrow… which it was, last night, but isn’t, now.  If you didn’t follow that, s’okay.  I’m on Thursday of my first week of school, and you’re lucky I can even talk in circles.  Straight lines are OUT of the question.

Anyhow, there’s stuff going down today, and you know me  ((everything points to a rapture!!)) I had to show you.  Three amazing events, one short period of time.  And one blonde who tried her best to convey thoughts but… yeah.

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Brian said, “At least you’re not goofy, this time.”  Which… okay.  I thought I was, but he’s probably right.  At any rate, there’s the information.  I’m geeked, maybe it’ll make you smile, too.

~ MoRNiNG uPDaTe  ~

This in from SpaceWeather.com:

Solar activity is high. Since the week began, giant sunspot AR2192 has produced 27 C-class solar flares, 8 M-class flares, and 2 X-flares.  The most powerful eruption so far was an X1.6-category blast on Oct 22nd.

aNNa ‘S NoTe:  That would be yesterday… they’re getting stronger as they head turn to face our way.

Remarkably, not one of the explosions so far has hurled a significant CME toward Earth. The primary effect of the flares has been to ionize Earth’s upper atmosphere, causing a series of short-lived HF radio communications blackouts. Such blackouts may be noticed by amateur radio operators, aviators, and mariners.

Earth-effects could increase in the days ahead. AR2192 has an unstable ‘beta-gamma-delta’ magnetic field that harbors energy for powerful explosions, and the active region is turning toward Earth. NOAA forecasters estimate a 95% chance of M-class flares and a 55% chance of X-flares during the next 24 hours.

aNNa’S NoTe:  It’s moving to be dead center for us, and the chances of a CME are HUGE… meaning massive earthquakes are not out of the question.  But for the shorter-term fun of this, note that the sunspot is naked-eye visible.  So it might show up during the eclipse!

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