Moscow Neutron Monitor This Web-page was supported by RFBR grant 03-07-90389. See also Russian Science Foundation RSCF. Meteo VKO DME RealTime DB for high resolution: (nmdb ), nmdb Viewer: Kiel or Moscow Mirror or Paris and DOC nmdb WEBcam SpaceWeather Real time cosmic ray data. Available cosmic ray data (see info). Data are also available by FTPAll Data for all Station are available by FTPNeutron Monitor StationLinks Solar Cycle 24 | Space Weather and Amateur Radio Website Time-Price-Research NASA/Marshall Solar Physics We have suggested using the average of the predictions given by the Feynman-based method and by Thompson's method. [See Hathaway, Wilson, and Reichmann J. Geophys. Res. 104, 22,375 (1999)] However, both of these methods were impacted by the "Halloween Events" of October/November 2003 which were not reflected in the sunspot numbers. Both methods give larger than average amplitude to Cycle 24 while its delayed start and low minimum strongly suggest a much smaller cycle. The smoothed aa index reached its minimum (a record low) of 8.4 in September of 2009. Another indicator of the level of solar activity is the flux of radio emission from the Sun at a wavelength of 10.7 cm (2.8 GHz frequency).
Planetary K-index | NOAA / NWS Space Weather Prediction Center This chart updates every minute. The Estimated 3-hour Planetary Kp-index is derived at the NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center using data from the following ground-based magnetometers: Sitka, Alaska; Meanook, Canada; Ottawa, Canada; Fredericksburg, Virginia; Hartland, UK; Wingst, Germany; Niemegk, Germany; and Canberra, Australia. These data are made available thanks to the cooperative efforts between SWPC and data providers around the world, which currently includes the U.S.
Science Frontiers: Some Anomalies and Curiosities of Nature The primary intent of this book is entertainment. Do not look for profundities! All I claim here is an edited collection of naturally occurring anomalies and curiosities that I have winnowed mainly from scientific journals and magazines published between 1976 and 1993. With this eclectic sampling I hope to demonstrate that nature is amusing, beguiling, sometimes bizarre, and, most important, liberating. "Liberating?" Yes! First, though, some statistics about my overall endeavor. I confess that my newsletter, Science Frontiers, is only as teaser to tempt its readers to partake in a much larger, more comprehensive banquet: the Catalog of Anomalies. The Catalog of Anomalies represents my personal attempt to assemble the riddles of science and, given a large array of them, to discern some meaning implicit in the melange. Some mainstream scientists may recoil at the thought of 40,000 anomalies and curiosities. Such heavy philosophical fare, however, is not the main diet of the anomalist.
Solar Activity: A Dominant Factor in Climate Dynamics Precise forecasts that prove correct are a sharp criterion for efficient science. The protagonists of global warming remain empty-handed in this respect in spite of great material and personal expense. In the eighties S. Schneider from the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado, predicted in his book “Global Warming” a huge jump in temperature, polar ice melting away, seas surging across the land, famine on an epidemic scale, and ecosystem collapse. Today this is no longer taken seriously. Yet other climatologists, too, made forecasts in the eighties they no longer maintain. All these predictions have turned out to be untenable. The discrepancy between IPCC forecasts and observed data stands out very clearly as to temperatures in the polar regions. The main reason of the incompatibility of IPCC forecasts and observed data is the lacking suitability of the general circulation models (GCM) for the purpose of long-range climate predictions. 6. The IPCC holds: 7. 8.
Borderland Sciences Research Catalog “We push on into areas of consciousness where the inner mind is the only research tool for making quantitative and qualitative measurements of reality — whatever that is.” Riley Hansard Crabb This is your gateway to the source. What you will find in this catalog are print editions from the seventy-year tradition of Borderland Sciences, each one presented in our original, classic xerographic format, comfortably accommodating those who wish to conduct their work away from monitors and mobile screens. Thank you to all our associates, our contributors, our volunteers, and all interested researchers who have helped sustain our organization by purchasing our print material since 1945. “We have all to specialize, more or less — but whoever boxes himself in, tries to find the whole truth inside his box, knows nothing of other approaches to knowledge or is merely contemptuous of them, is working with only one hand and hopping on one foot, when he doesn’t need to.” N.
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