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I would like to draw your attention to the sudden interruptions in the rays coming from the sun and would like to know what you think. These graphs should normally be like a standard bell curve.

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11 minutes ago, Marcel de Bont said:

Hmmmm, what could be blocking the Sun sometimes when standing on Earth... could be alien spaceships. Doubt its clouds. 😉

I wondered what kind of cloud it was. There must be clouds loaded with heavy metals 

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Wyoming has yellowstone National park in its upper left hand corner. Hmm.  Cool or maybe not. Depending on your perspective. Edit:  Checked USGS and NWS  Weather currently fine in YNP.   Elon’s satellites??? Nah. 🤣

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3 minutes ago, Parabolic said:

Bu bir troll yazısı mı, yoksa bir komplo teorisi mi?

 

Neither, It's just something I'm curious about.

 

 

38 minutes ago, hamateur 1953 said:

Wyoming'in sol üst köşesinde Yellowstone Milli Parkı vardır. Hmm. Harika ya da belki değil. Bakış açınıza bağlı olarak. Düzenleme: YNP'de şu anda iyi olan USGS ve NWS Hava Durumu kontrol edildi. Elon'un uyduları??? Hayır. 🤣

What's in this area? and pay attention to interrupt synchronization.

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I actually was genuinely concerned when I saw Jester’s post.  Yellowstone is a seismically active area well known to me personally. I have visited it many times.  Although I feel an eruption is very unlikely it is still possible. And can chuckle at my own fear. 

15 minutes ago, CMX said:

 

Neither, It's just something I'm curious about.

 

 

What's in this area? and pay attention to interrupt synchronization.

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15 minutes ago, hamateur 1953 said:

I actually was genuinely concerned when I saw Jester’s post.  Yellowstone is a seismically active area well known to me personally. I have visited it many times.  Although I feel an eruption is very unlikely it is still possible. And can chuckle at my own fear. 

Pretty much only the southern border of Yellowstone is in the image lol. They could move the image up a little bit.

35 minutes ago, CMX said:

What's in this area? and pay attention to interrupt synchronization.

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That fits fairly well with the timing of the cloud cover at that location.

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1 hour ago, Ingolf said:

People with solar panels on their roofes know this phenomen very well. (and we hate it) 

Cloud cover monitoring using DC voltage and output current? Haha.  At least my wild imagination of a super volcano eruption was quickly put aside when checking USGS and our National Weather Service. 😇

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