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Scientists Predict a New Solar Cycle is About to Begin:

from msn.com on April 16, 2019
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Scientists Predict a New Solar Cycle is About to Begin and That it Will Be Stronger Than the Last One:

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Scientists Predict a New Solar Cycle is About to Begin:  
by W7TJ on April 16, 2019 Mail this to a friend!
Hope they did their homework.....they missed the last cycle in bottom,start, and intensity.
 
Scientists Predict a New Solar Cycle is About to Begin:  
by K0UA on April 17, 2019 Mail this to a friend!
I am thinking it is about like the local weather. You can't predict it with any more than 50/50 accuracy much more than 3 days out. Computer models notwithstanding.
 
RE: Scientists Predict a New Solar Cycle is About to Begin:  
by WA4DOU on April 17, 2019 Mail this to a friend!
I agree with the previous post, as regards solar predictions being about as reliable as weather forecasting, especially several days or a week out! In the last several years we've had forecasts everywhere from going into decades of decline (maunder minimum) to, now, rising numbers and higher expectations! We'll see!
 
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