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(The Atlantic)   So, let's see what's new today. JLH is engaged, Kate Winslet is pregnant, there is a giant hole in the Sun. Wait. What?   (theatlantic.com) divider line 10
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2013-06-05 05:29:50 PM
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lockers: What the hell is a JLH and what the hell is it engaged in? DAMN IT SUBBY I WANT TO KNOW!


i.telegraph.co.uk
2013-06-05 02:57:43 PM
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whither_apophis: Is it the same giant hole as yesterday?


That's my soul up there.
2013-06-05 02:52:43 PM
4 votes:
Is it the same giant hole as yesterday?
2013-06-05 05:52:06 PM
2 votes:

snocone: You know how I know nobody knows diddly about the sun?


www.billsumner.com
2013-06-05 11:52:45 PM
1 votes:

gweilo8888: My god, you mean some archaic exhibits weren't able to communicate via an outdated comms method? That shiat right there is NASTY!

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Archaic exhibits?  Perhaps.  I happen to like that sort of thing, but hey, I'm weird.

Outdated comms method?  Yeah, it's outdated right up until all your fancy networks fail because their infrastructure is destroyed or flooded, like happens every farkin' year during hurricane season, not to mention other natural disasters like the Boxing Day tsunami.  Then it doesn't seem so outdated anymore, because it's the only thing that still farkin' works.
2013-06-05 05:29:53 PM
1 votes:
Black hole sun,
Won't you come
And wash away the rain?
Black hole sun,
Won't you come?
2013-06-05 05:26:07 PM
1 votes:
What the hell is a JLH and what the hell is it engaged in? DAMN IT SUBBY I WANT TO KNOW!
2013-06-05 05:25:36 PM
1 votes:
I blame climate change. Caused by humans of course.

/derp
2013-06-05 05:25:00 PM
1 votes:
i4.ytimg.com
2013-06-05 02:45:14 PM
1 votes:
FTFA:
Beyond the photo, though, what effects will the coronal hole's rotation Earth-ward have on those of us living on Earth? Not much, for better or for worse. The solar wind streams that coronal holes can cause generally take two to three days to travel to our planet, so we've likely already experienced the anticlimactic effects of this particular hole.

HF propagation sucked on Saturday because of it, right during Museum Ships Weekend.  So yes, it *DID* have a nasty effect.
 
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