Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Öner Döşer - Solar Activities and Us

The Sun and all the planets, including the Earth, carry massive electrical currents, and the electromagnetic waves they emit penetrate the magnetic field and biosphere of the Earth in the form of electrical storms. 

The magnetosphere of the Earth is highly sensitive to these waves. Each planet has a different effect on the Earth’s magnetosphere. Although we know the planets directly emit electromagnetic radiation, we do not know how effective they are. As the planets emit electromagnetic energy in every direction, they affect each other as well as the sun. The electromagnetic radiation emitted by the planets affects the inner part of the sun and leads to the formation of sunspots. Some combinations of planetary gravitation also affect the sunspots on the surface of the sun and trigger solar flares.

Read Part I & Part II & Part III