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Dozens of pilot whales lay beached at Farewell Spit on the northern tip of New Zealand's South Island

SS: a sungrazer has appears and crossed under the sun .. many events lead up to this sungrazer crossing the sun .. it all started when two comets went into OUTBURST together for the first time since anyone can ever remember .. comet holmes* and the comet schwassmann-wachmann (the vanguard comet) went into outburst one after another forming two pearls in the sky . as the outbursts have mostly fading now here we have the sungrazer appear and crossed under the sun …

SS: and as it does so a suncruiser appears to come from behind the sun from the same general direction that the sungrazer had come as if following it . there is one small issue with the SOHO data in which the following frame the sun cruiser has been over layed out of the image. something is going on with that suncruiser following that sungrazer which is now a big secret . we need to continue to monitor the sungrazers progress through SOHO since it has survived the graze .

SS: UPDATE 02-21-15: the sun was flatlining (for six days) on the 18th as the comet was approaching the sun and soon after the sungrazers passage the sun began to erupt with solar flares as can see in soho image below. it seems pretty obvious to me that the sungrazer passage caused the solar flares and therefore there must be some interaction between the two objects that causes this phenomena.

THE SUN IS FLATLINING: For the 6th day in a row, solar activity remains very low. No sunspots are flaring, and the sun’s X-ray output has flatlined. NOAA forecasters estimate a scant 1% chance of significant solar flares on Feb. 18th. Solar flare alerts: text, voice

Dozens of pilot whales lie beached at Farewell Spit on the northern tip of New Zealand’s South Island, in this February 13, 2015 handout courtesy of the Department of Conservation.  Picture taken February 13, 2015.    REUTERS/Department of Conservation/Handout via Reuters (NEW ZEALAND – Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER ANIMALS)

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