I apologize for this pesky hindrance. It was not a security problem, all that’s fine, it was just a configuration nuisance. The only negative outcome is this bad headache I’m still trying to get rid of.
What really bothered me was I had just asked to hear from you on both the solar eclipse analysis, and my explanation for focusing more on cause of solar cycles, and to increase reporting on current solar events i.e. solar flares, CMEs (coronal mass ejections) etc.
As you know, we are in solar minimum, however, there has been a few significant hiccups. With regard to this period of low solar events, it does present another, perhaps more significant concern – ‘radiation’ from galactic cosmic rays.
I would like you to read the articles below to give you an idea of the direction my research is taking me. There will be a significant amount to come. New research is pouring out at the moment, and I plan to digest and report over the next days.
Galactic Cosmic Rays are high-energy particles arriving from outer space are mainly (89%) protons – nuclei of hydrogen, the lightest and most common element in the universe – but they also include nuclei of helium (10%) and heavier nuclei (1%), all the way up to uranium.
When they arrive at Earth, they collide with the nuclei of atoms in the upper atmosphere, creating more particles. The charged ions can swiftly decay, emitting particles called muons. Muons do not interact strongly with matter, and can travel through the atmosphere to penetrate below ground. The rate of muons arriving at the surface of the Earth is such that about one per second passes through a volume the size of a person’s head.