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The Termination Event

Post by Djchrismac » Fri Jun 11, 2021 11:45 am

Something big may be about to happen on the sun. "We call it the Termination Event," says Scott McIntosh, a solar physicist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), "and it's very, very close to happening."

If you've never heard of the Termination Event, you're not alone. Many researchers have never heard of it either. It's a relatively new idea in solar physics championed by McIntosh and colleague Bob Leamon of the University of Maryland - Baltimore County. According to the two scientists, vast bands of magnetism are drifting across the surface of the sun. When oppositely-charged bands collide at the equator, they annihilate (or "terminate"). There's no explosion; this is magnetism, not anti-matter. Nevertheless, the Termination Event is a big deal. It can kickstart the next solar cycle into a higher gear.

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Above: Oppositely charged bands of magnetism march toward the sun's equator where they annihilate one another, kickstarting the next solar cycle.

"If the Terminator Event happens soon, as we expect, new Solar Cycle 25 could have a magnitude that rivals the top few since record-keeping began," says McIntosh.

This is, to say the least, controversial. Most solar physicists believe that Solar Cycle 25 will be weak, akin to the anemic Solar Cycle 24 which barely peaked back in 2012-2013. Orthodox models of the sun's inner magnetic dynamo favor a weak cycle and do not even include the concept of "terminators."

"What can I say?" laughs McIntosh. "We're heretics!"

The researchers outlined their reasoning in a December 2020 paper in the research journal Solar Physics. Looking back over 270 years of sunspot data, they found that Terminator Events divide one solar cycle from the next, happening approximately every 11 years. Emphasis on approximately. The interval between terminators ranges from 10 to 15 years, and this is key to predicting the solar cycle.

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"We found that the longer the time between terminators, the weaker the next cycle would be," explains Leamon. "Conversely, the shorter the time between terminators, the stronger the next solar cycle would be."

Example: Sunspot Cycle 4 began with a terminator in 1786 and ended with a terminator in 1801, an unprecedented 15 years later. The following cycle, 5, was incredibly weak with a peak amplitude of just 82 sunspots. That cycle would become known as the beginning of the "Dalton" Grand Minimum.

Solar Cycle 25 is shaping up to be the opposite. Instead of a long interval, it appears to be coming on the heels of a very short one, only 10 years since the Terminator Event that began Solar Cycle 24. Previous solar cycles with such short intervals have been among the strongest in recorded history.

These ideas may be controversial, but they have a virtue that all scientists can appreciate: They're testable. If the Termination Event happens soon and Solar Cycle 25 skyrockets, the "heretics" may be on to something. Stay tuned.

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Re: The Termination Event

Post by Djchrismac » Fri Jun 11, 2021 12:06 pm

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Re: The Termination Event

Post by Ilkka » Sat Jun 12, 2021 3:15 am

Lately I've been regularly checking every day news (pretty sun pictures mostly :D among other news that are sometimes interesting) from this channel in Youtube and yesterday this one video came up and now it seems that something is most likely going to happen. I tend to just not hear all the "million years cycles" since there is no actual physical evidence to support anything that happened like 200 years ago so not really trusting to anything that goes beyond that point. This fellow seems to have knowledge that the modern "experts" dont agree with. Few videos back there is info about it not including the daily updates though, so its actually several videos back.
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Re: The Termination Event

Post by Lozion » Sat Jun 12, 2021 11:12 pm

Interesting though am not sure how this termination Event would impact us. One thing I learned since 2012 is to not invest hope in any saviour type Event..


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Fri Jun 11, 2021 11:45 am
Something big may be about to happen on the sun. "We call it the Termination Event," says Scott McIntosh, a solar physicist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), "and it's very, very close to happening."

If you've never heard of the Termination Event, you're not alone. Many researchers have never heard of it either. It's a relatively new idea in solar physics championed by McIntosh and colleague Bob Leamon of the University of Maryland - Baltimore County. According to the two scientists, vast bands of magnetism are drifting across the surface of the sun. When oppositely-charged bands collide at the equator, they annihilate (or "terminate"). There's no explosion; this is magnetism, not anti-matter. Nevertheless, the Termination Event is a big deal. It can kickstart the next solar cycle into a higher gear.

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Above: Oppositely charged bands of magnetism march toward the sun's equator where they annihilate one another, kickstarting the next solar cycle.

"If the Terminator Event happens soon, as we expect, new Solar Cycle 25 could have a magnitude that rivals the top few since record-keeping began," says McIntosh.

This is, to say the least, controversial. Most solar physicists believe that Solar Cycle 25 will be weak, akin to the anemic Solar Cycle 24 which barely peaked back in 2012-2013. Orthodox models of the sun's inner magnetic dynamo favor a weak cycle and do not even include the concept of "terminators."

"What can I say?" laughs McIntosh. "We're heretics!"

The researchers outlined their reasoning in a December 2020 paper in the research journal Solar Physics. Looking back over 270 years of sunspot data, they found that Terminator Events divide one solar cycle from the next, happening approximately every 11 years. Emphasis on approximately. The interval between terminators ranges from 10 to 15 years, and this is key to predicting the solar cycle.

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"We found that the longer the time between terminators, the weaker the next cycle would be," explains Leamon. "Conversely, the shorter the time between terminators, the stronger the next solar cycle would be."

Example: Sunspot Cycle 4 began with a terminator in 1786 and ended with a terminator in 1801, an unprecedented 15 years later. The following cycle, 5, was incredibly weak with a peak amplitude of just 82 sunspots. That cycle would become known as the beginning of the "Dalton" Grand Minimum.

Solar Cycle 25 is shaping up to be the opposite. Instead of a long interval, it appears to be coming on the heels of a very short one, only 10 years since the Terminator Event that began Solar Cycle 24. Previous solar cycles with such short intervals have been among the strongest in recorded history.

These ideas may be controversial, but they have a virtue that all scientists can appreciate: They're testable. If the Termination Event happens soon and Solar Cycle 25 skyrockets, the "heretics" may be on to something. Stay tuned.

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Re: The Termination Event

Post by Ilkka » Mon Jun 14, 2021 3:18 am

Lozion wrote:
Sat Jun 12, 2021 11:12 pm
Interesting though am not sure how this termination Event would impact us. One thing I learned since 2012 is to not invest hope in any saviour type Event..
I let the experts worry about those things and consentrate on more important things like natural evolution. Them events come and go, and we adapt or die its that simple. :D

This one looks quite nasty on this small scale, but I doubt it would look anything like that on a global scale. On the up side it doesn't seem to affect these northern and southern parts of the globe. Still its just a theory so the real thing remains to be seen. I kinda hope that the magnetic ionization level would change so that the common radiation levels would shift, lesser half-lives and all that, if it really has happened to gold I mean. Would be interesting to see how the military reacts when their dirty bombs looses their "dirtyness" and nuclear powerplants go dark :lol:
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Re: The Termination Event

Post by Moose » Sun Jun 20, 2021 10:07 am

Seems most of us have been keeping an eye on the sun as of last, Ben Davidson (Suspiciousobservers) is a great resource on this front, I found out about him awhile back when he interviewed Randall Carlson. Even Randall has shifted his attention to the sun in his work. Ben summed up the events recently in a video here.

The only thing about these events is the RS side that Bruce has talked about from time to time and in the Daniel papers! Namely the expansion event of the planet and the planets be blown away into bigger orbits with the magnetic "temperature" cooling creating a slower rotation from what I recall him talking about. Bruce had lots of theories and interesting discussion around this event, I personally doubt it will be as bad as Ben describes it.

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