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Of the Beaver Creek Alpine Skiing Championships

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The sun rises over a view stand before the men’s downhill race at the alpine skiing world championships, Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015, in Beaver Creek, Colo. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

The sun shines brightly Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015, at the alpine skiing world championships prior to the men’s super-G competition, in Beaver Creek, Colo. The race was postponed Wednesday due to snow and wind conditions. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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    Of the Peruvian Andes White Sun

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    FILE- In this June 12, 2011 file photo, people walk along the Cordillera Real of the Andes mountains on the outskirts of La Paz, Bolivia. According to the Environmental Defense League, a Bolivian NGO, Bolivia’s glaciers along the Cordillera Real, Chacaltaya, Tuni Condorini and Illimani are shrinking in size by more than one meter every year and estimate that the majority of the snow in this area could disappear by 2030. A scientific assessment by the U.N.’s expert panel on climate change warned that rising global temperatures could have an irreversible impact on people and ecosystems as glaciers melt, sea levels rise, heat waves intensify and oceans become warmer and more acidic. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)

    A canyon cuts through the Andes mountains in Peru, Sunday, Dec. 7, 2014. The momentum from a historic U.S.-China pact to resist global warming is showing signs of fading at the U.N. climate talks in Peru, as the familiar rich-poor conflict persists over who should do what to keep the planet from overheating. Time remains to work things out as environment ministers are just starting to arrive. The conference’s high-level phase begins Tuesday. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)

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      Of the Western Washington White Sun

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      Sun shines through trees still standing at the Windsor Park Apartments, Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014, after a large tree fell overnight just to the side of one building, Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014, in Auburn, Wash. Gusty frigid winds moved through the area overnight in Western Washington, knocking out power to tens of thousands of customers, blocking roads, and in some areas delaying the start of the school day. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

      Ice forms on branches in the White River near R Street in Auburn, Wash., Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014. Gusty frigid winds moved through the area overnight in Western Washington, knocking out power to tens of thousands of customers, blocking roads, and in some areas delaying the start of the school day. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

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        Of the Siding Spring Mars Eclipse X-Flares

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        SS: the sun started x-flaring during the Siding Spring Mars flyby and continued with multiple x-flares through the solar eclipse. the latest X3 flare did not produce a coronal mass ejection.. the siding spring mars eclipse sequence ends with a x-flare storm .

        X1-CLASS SOLAR FLARE: This comes as no surprise. Behemoth sunspot AR2192 has unleashed an X1-class solar flare. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the blast in this extreme UV image of the sun on Oct. 19th (0500 UT):

        MONSTER SUNSPOT: The biggest sunspot of the current solar cycle is turning toward Earth. This morning when astronomer Karzaman Ahmad of Malaysia’s Langkawi Nagtional Observatory looked through the eyepiece of his solar telescope, he declared AR2192 a “monster” and snapped this picture:

        LOTS OF SOLAR FLARES: Solar activity is high. During the past 48 hours, monster sunspot AR2192 has produced a series of seven M-class solar flares of increasing intensity. The eruptions crossed the threshold into X-territory with an X1-class flare on Oct. 22nd. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded a powerful flash of extreme UV radiation in the sunspot’s magnetic canopy at 14:30 UT:

        ANOTHER X-FLARE: Giant sunspot AR2192 erupted again on Oct. 24th (21:40 UT), producing a powerful X3-class solar flare. Using a backyard solar telescope, Sergio Castillo of Corona, California, was monitoring the sunspot when it exploded, and he snapped this picture:

        GIANT SUNSPOT CRACKLING WITH FLARES: AR2192 is the biggest sunspot in nearly 25 years, and it is still growing. The active region now covers 2750 millionths of the solar disk, an area equivalent to more than 16 planet Earths skinned and spread out flat. It is so large that sky watchers are seeing it with the naked eye when the sun is dimmed by low-hanging clouds or, in this case, dense fog:

        A partial solar eclipse is pictured through cloud cover in Bellingham, Washington October 23, 2014. The eclipse was expected to have been visible through much of North America, according to NASA. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES – Tags: ENVIRONMENT)

        A total lunar eclipse, also known as a “blood moon”, is pictured from Encinitas, California October 8, 2014. The coppery, reddish color the moon takes is made as it passes into Earth’s shadow. The total eclipse is the second of four over a two-year period that began April 15 and concludes on Sept. 28, 2015. The total eclipse is the second of four over a two-year period that began April 15 and concludes on Sept. 28, 2015. The so-called tetrad is unusual because the full eclipses are visible in all or parts of the United States, according to retired NASA astrophysicist Fred Espenak. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES – Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)

        Sun reflects off of an instrument panel in a b-29 bomber before its flight from Baton Rouge, La., to New Orleans, Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014. The bomber will spend the weekend at the WWII AirPower Expo put on by the Commemorative Air Force and the National World War II Museum. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

        The sun reflects on a gun turret atop a B-29 bomber, as it flies enroute from Baton Rouge, La., en route to New Orleans, Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014. The bomber will spend the weekend at the WWII AirPower Expo put on by the Commemorative Air Force and the National World War II Museum. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

        Sun ‘n Fun 2011 will be remembered for the storm, but there was a lot more to it. Flying captures the power and the glory of Sun ‘n Fun. (bonnier Videos)

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          Of the Washington State White Sun

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          The sun sets over Jarrell Cove State Park at the north end of Harstine Island, Wash., on Aug. 1, 2014. The North Puget Sound and its iconic boating destinations such as the San Juan Islands and Deception Pass cast a pretty large shadow over the waters south of the Tacoma Narrows. And while sailboats, kayaks and watercraft head north, those who head south find waters that are typically calmer and less crowded. (AP Photo/The News Tribune, Craig Hill)

          The sun is reflected in leaked oil on the shores of an irrigation canal that flows into the river San Juan in Cadereyta August 22, 2014. An oil pipeline spill that contaminated a river in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon will take months to clean up, the country’s top water authority said on Thursday. The 24-inch Madero-Cadereyta pipeline, owned by national oil company Pemex, was ruptured when thieves attempted to tap into it, the company said on Sunday. David Korenfeld, head of Mexico’s national water commission, said that residents near the contaminated parts of the river, located about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the state capital of Monterrey, were advised not to consume the water. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO – Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)

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            Of the Atlantean ‘Light Screens’ White Sun

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            SS: these people in california had a big board meeting about the atlantean ‘light screens’ they say they have detected. have to wonder how the secret order knew about and described these ‘light screens’ over a 100 years ago .. seems obvious the secret order has knowledge of things beyond their TIME. and for obtaining things by their opposites means to pass through the moon to reach the sun.

            SS: expanding on their discussion the increased uv radiation detected 11 years ago was during the period in which the sun turned from yellow to white in the previous solar maximum.. that previous solar maximum was very active period in which we saw a new class of flare called the y-flare.. our current solar maximum is still at solar minimum compared to the previous solar maximum. the sun was very violent when it turned from yellow to white and then went into a calm phase after turning white.

            SS: expanding on their discussion of the california drought, if it is true that particulates cause droughts then i think we must consider the coincidence of how this drought began after fukushima. maybe someone is spraying the atmosphere to block uv radiation from the white sun and thinning ozone layer but that has been going on a long time. it seems like they were asking to have the atmosphere more closely monitored and tested. i think need monitor for more than just aluminum, need to monitor for radiation too.

            SS: there is something else that can cause a drought .. that something else is volcanic activity .. large amounts of magma can cause a drought in the atmosphere above .. i have seen droughts follow earthquakes too. and earthquake lights appear before earthquakes. i think that the plumbing inside the earth that the california and north western volcano system all connects to same system as yellowstone.

            SS: i tried to warn before when we were watching plume building under super-volcano toba the damage that using harmonic earthquake weapons caused when they backfired causing damage to the earth’s core causing it to heat and become unstable. we have been watching the louisana methane sinkhole volcano releasing massive amounts of methane and the bubbles we see there in the bayou look identical to bubbles seen at yellowstone.

            SS: i am pretty sure we all hope that the methane fire that is feeding the louisnana sinkhole did not cause magma to expand and effect yellowstone.. however considering my very same work with the indonesian plume and toba i think is possible to happen again at yellowstone.

            There was also a “listener,” three men who took turns to sit upon the highest peak, above the “light-screens,” and whose duty it was to give the alarm if any noise disturbed Atlas. On their report that High Priest charged with active governorship would take steps to ascertain and destroy the cause.

            The “light-screens” spoken of were a contrivance of laminae of a certain spar such that the light and heat of the Sun were completely cut off, not by opacity, but by what we call “interference.” In this way other subtle rays of the Sun entered the “house,” these rays being supposed to be necessary to life. These matters were the subjects of the deepest controversy. Some held that these rays themselves were injurious and should be excluded. Others considered that the light-screens should be put in position during moonlight, instead of being opened at sunset, as was the custom. This, however, was never attempted, the great mass of the people being devoted to the Moon. Others wished full sunlight, the aim of Atlas being (they thought) to reach the Sun. But this theory contradicted the prime axiom of attaining things through their opposites, and was only held by the lower classes, who were not initiated into this doctrine. –Liber Li by the A.’.A.’.

            Yosemite wildfire forces evacuation of Foresta July 26, 2014 The cause of the fire remains unknown. There have been more than 3,000 lightning strikes in or around Yosemite since July 14, but there haven’t been strikes near Foresta recently, Cobb said. Sometime between 3:30 and 4 p.m. Saturday, an El Portal resident heard the sound of an electric line shorting, and within minutes smoke and flames were close to homes in the Highway 140 community. The blaze then moved up the hill, threatening Foresta homes on the other side of the ridge.

            ALERT! Yellowstone Buffalo Running for Their Lives! Mar 20, 2014 I ran across another piece of data–the G2 cloud–and its link to a possible imminent eruption at Yellowstone, which I thought I should make you aware of. First let me present the G2 cloud data. Scientists are telling us that there is a giant gas cloud that is coming very close to the center of the Milky Way, and if it contains a brown dwarf,

            The sun rises behind the Statue of Liberty and the skyline of lower Manhattan in New York July 11, 2014. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES – Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL CITYSCAPE)

            The sun rises to the east of the U.S. Federal Reserve building in Washington, July 31, 2013. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

            The sun peeks through a tree at sunrise at the White House in Washington July 18, 2014. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES – Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

            The sun rises over the Supreme Court in Washington June 19, 2014. The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that implementing an abstract idea using a computer does not make an invention patent eligible. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

            Officials said Thursday, the ever-changing thermal geology of Yellowstone National Park has created a hot spot that melted an asphalt road and closed access to popular geysers and other attractions at the height of tourist season. Yellowstone spokesman Al Nash said, “There are plenty of other great places to see thermal features in the park.” However, the damage to Firehole Lake Drive is unusually severe and could take several days to fix. (USA Today Screen Capture)

            A swan swims in front of the Sun Valley Lodge in Sun Valley, Idaho July 8, 2014. The Allen and Co. media conference begins in Sun Valley on July 9. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES – Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS)

            FILE – In this April 20, 2014 file photo, a group of bison graze along a state highway near West Yellowstone, Mont. The Department of Interior in a report on bison conservation released Monday, June 30, 2014, have identified 20 parcels of public lands in 10 states they say could be suitable for bison relocated from Yellowstone National Park. The locations include areas as diverse as Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park, an Iowa wildlife refuge and a North Dakota national historic site. (AP Photo/Matthew Brown,File)

            This undated photo provided by the National Park Service shows damage to a Yellowstone National Park road caused by the park’s ever-changing thermal features in the park in Wyoming. The hot, damaged pavement has prompted park officials to close Firehole Lake Drive and access to some geysers and thermal features at the height of summer tourist season. (AP Photo/Yellowstone National Park)

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              Of the Rich Pedophile White Sun

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              The sun shines over a dried plant in the meadow where the Department of Water Resources, held the final snow survey of the season at Phillips near Echo Summit, Calif., Thursday, May 1, 2014. No snow was found at the Phillips station and the DWR reported that manual and electronic readings of the statewide snowpacks’s water content showed it to be only 18 percent of average for this time of the year. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

              The sun sets over shacks in Khayelitsha township, with a part of table mountain, left rear, seen on the outskirts of the city of Cape Town, South Africa, Friday, May 2, 2014. Some thousands of people still are considered to live under the poverty line 20-years after the first democratic elections, and just a few days before South Africans go to the polls again. (AP Photo/Schalk van Zuydam)

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                Of the Teotihuacan Pyramid of the Sun Spring Equinox

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                A man looks at the Pyramid of the Sun during spring equinox celebrations at the Teotihuacan archeological site, in Mexico, Friday, March 21, 2014. Although the official vernal equinox occurred on Thursday, thousands of visitors were expected to climb the ancient pyramid on Friday to greet the sun and celebrate the beginning of spring. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

                A hot air balloon rises alongside the Pyramid of the Sun shortly after sunrise, during spring equinox celebrations at the Teotihuacan archeological site, in Mexico, Friday, March 21, 2014. Although the official vernal equinox occurred on Thursday, thousands of visitors were expected to climb the ancient pyramid on Friday to greet the sun and celebrate the beginning of spring. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

                In this Friday, March 21, 2014 photo, visitors celebrating the spring equinox greet the sun as it rises over the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan archeological site, in Mexico. Although the official vernal equinox occurred on Thursday, thousands of visitors were expected to climb the ancient pyramid on Friday to greet the sun and celebrate the beginning of spring. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

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                  Of the ‘Observation Deck’ White Sun

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                  The morning sun is framed by ice crusted on a barrier on the Observation Deck of New York’s Empire State Building, Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. The latest winter storm to pummel the country was moving off the East Coast by Friday morning after slamming the Southeast with traffic jams and power outages and dropping a foot or more of snow on parts of the mid-Atlantic and Northeast. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

                  The sun shines though icicles that have formed on the grates of a fence on the roof of the Empire State Building in the Manhattan borough of New York February 14, 2014. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES – Tags: ENVIRONMENT)

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                    Of the Sochi Olympics White Sun

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                    Putin Brought His Own Dog to Sochi Feb 8, 2014 Yume, a two year-old Akita, was a gift from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as a sign of thanks for Russia’s assistance after a massive earthquake and tsunami struck Japan in 2011. Her name means “Dream” in Japanese. Putin and Abe met today at the presidential residence outside Sochi on the margins of the Winter Olympics. Abe petted Yume and said “good dog” in Russian, according to RIA Novosti. “Yes, but she can bite sometimes,” Putin reportedly replied.

                    The sun rises above the Caucasus Mountains beyond a set of Olympic Rings Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014, in Rosa Khutor, Russia. The area will host the alpine events at the 2014 Winter Olympics which opens Friday, Feb. 7. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

                    The sun shines over the Olympic flame at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, February 8, 2014. Sochi will host the 2014 Winter Olympic Games from February 7 to February 23. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (RUSSIA – Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SPORT OLYMPICS)

                    The sun sets over the Olympic Park before the opening ceremony of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Friday, Feb. 7, 2014. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

                    Russian President Vladimir Putin waits for arrival of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as he has his dog Yume, an Akita-Inu, on a leash in the Bocharov Ruchei residence in Sochi, Russia, Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014. (AP Photo/RIA-Novosti, Mikhail Klimentyev, Presidential Press Service)

                    Russian President Vladimir Putin pats his dog Yume, an Akita-Inu, as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe looks on during a meeting in the Bocharov Ruchei residence in Sochi, Russia, Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014. (AP Photo/RIA-Novosti, Mikhail Klimentyev, Presidential Press Service)

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