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Scientist Says Sun has Opened Three Coronal Holes:

from weekfacts.com on April 15, 2018
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Scientist Says Sun has Opened Three Coronal Holes:

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Scientist Says Sun has Opened Three Coronal Holes: Reply
by WD4ED on April 15, 2018 Mail this to a friend!
The articles on this linked website is chocked full of poorly written, factually incorrect or weak at best data. The site is essentially "fact based, false news". In another story on the site, "Climate change will destroy mankind... in about 5 billion years".

Don't bother clicking.
 
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by WB4TJH on April 15, 2018 Mail this to a friend!
Not just poorly written, but written by someone with a 4th grade command of English. This twit must have learned English from some other twit who dropped out of high school. Pitiful.
 
Scientist Says Sun has Opened Three Coronal Holes: Reply
by KC2YSO on April 19, 2018 Mail this to a friend!
English is not his first language, could you write articles in his language?

But... the article is pretty lame.
 
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