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  1. English language is not my language, so please keep that in mind The theory of cloud formation due to GCR is as follows: During solar maximum, the electromagnetic radiation from the sun compresses Earths own magnetic field and this makes it stronger. While during solar minimum and weak electromagnetic radiation from the sun, the earth's own magnetic field floats outwards thus opening up for more penetration of the GCR. GCR collides with small particles in the atmosphere which in turn creates ionized particles, so-called aerosols, which are particles who water vapor react with, and create water droplets, ie clouds. Henrik Svensmark has worked with this theory in allmost 20 years. See link att below if you want to find out more. I have followed H.S`s work since 2010 and its no doubt. Sun, GCR and cloud formation is linked togheter. Regards volcanoes I have not got into this. But have registered that some claim this. https://principia-scientific.org/top-astrophysicist-warns-of-cosmic-rays-climate-impact/ Picture below relates to what happened during an CME. This is from "The Cloud Mystery"
  2. As I've said before, my knowledge is at "hobby Level". That said, I understand what you're saying, I believe. Whether GCR affects the sun directly is an interesting thought. What we do know is that GCR is increasing by the sun's lower activity with subsequent cloud formation in the earth's atmosphere. Some also believe that volcanoes are affected by increasing GCR. When little Mercury appears to be able to influence the formation of sunspots on our gigantic star, it should not be excluded that the sun can also be affected by an increase in GCR. If I didn't misunderstand you?
  3. 2751 Sunspot is quite interesting as it is probably due to tidal effect from Jupiter. As the moon creates tide on both the lunar and opposite sides simultaneously, in the same way I believe the effect that creates sunspots can occur on the back of the sun at the same time. But again, this is only speculation.
  4. Thank you so much to my observant friend "Over there". Mercur's orbit is lowest in relation to Earth at this time of year and highest in February / March. When Mercur passes between Earth and the Sun around February 17, 2020, we will have new sunspots belonging to SC25, but this time high north on the solar disk. Around December 28, Venus will come between Earth and the sun, which will form distinct sunspots as they are in the opposite side of Jupiter and benefit from the "tidal effect" of Jupiter. I bet 2019 will be one year with over 280 days without sunspots. 2020 will have not less that 265-270 spotless days
  5. Nov. 1, 2008, Mercur is in perfect line between Venus and the Sun. During the solar minimum, it looks like it needs a minimum of 2 planets together to create sunspots.
  6. We are approaching the 26th of October and Venus is about to get between Jupiter and the sun, which will cause sunspots, unless the solar minimum is so deep that it does not emit actual sunspots. Around 3.november Mercur will be able to create sunspots when it comes between Earth and the Sun. This possible sunspots will be quite low on the solar disc I believe. Time will show
  7. As a hobby, I study the effect the planets have on the sun, that causes sunspots. In the period between 26 October and 5 November we will be able to get some sunspots. This will be the last sunspots in 2019. It should indicate that 2019 will end up with between 278 and 283 days without sunspots. We might even get sunspots in the period belonging to SC25. However, as I said, its just an hobby so I might of course be wrong! RAB.
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