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Re: [CQ-Contest] CQ-Contest Digest, Vol 39, Issue 16

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Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] CQ-Contest Digest, Vol 39, Issue 16
From: "Yngvi Hardarson" <yngvih@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2006 14:28:37 +0000
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Interesting spot on a new sun spot model:

73, Yngvi TF3YH

On 3/9/06, cq-contest-request@contesting.com <
cq-contest-request@contesting.com> wrote:
> Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2006 09:46:09 EST
> From: K3BU@aol.com
> Subject: [CQ-Contest] We are doomed - no sunspots!
> To: cq-contest@contesting.com
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> Recent commotion about no sunspots and that we hit the bottom of the cycle
> made it to the media. See the article at
> http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2006/06mar_solarminimum.htm?list196201
> and about the next huge solar maximum at
> http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1591232/posts
> There is one study saying that they arrived at foolproof method of
> prediction
> and that the next cycle is going to be the strongest. While another one,
> while back said that it will be one of the lowest ones. Go figer!
> Relative quiet from the "global Warming" crowd that Sun perhaps has
> anything
> to do with temperature and weather fluctuations on mother Earth. (Like,
> dude,
> see the difference in temperatures between day and night, winter and
> summer?)
> In any way, it will be either paradise for low banders if the cycle is
> low,
> or explosion of activity and high bands, if the cycle is high.
> I was fortunate to be ham radio born in 1958, during the peak of the last
> highest cycle. Working the world on 10m, round the clock, coming through
> all at
> the same time, with 10 W army surplus tank junk on AM, with piece of wire
> (Windom) was the norm. It was never repeated since. So if the next cycle
> is better,
> we are in for some radio fireworks.
> World did not come to an end, but hams had great time in radio paradise.
> Jus' a bit skeptical about all'em predictions by the "scientwists". They
> can't predict fricken weather few days ahead, but they know all about the
> next 11
> years and what the ol' Sol will do. We'll see. Just enjoy the freaky 160
> and
> low bands and brace for what is to come.
> For contesters, it should be another big wake up and stimulation to get in
> and beat some records. You never know what games the propagation will play
> with
> us. You gotta be there, in case IT happens! So get off the packet
> crutches,
> sharpen some antennas, beef up your watts, computerize your rigs and touch
> type
> your way into the top boxes and record tables.
> See you all in the contest pileups!
> Yuri  K3BU.us da Tesla BUm
> Tesla RC - N2EE, NT1E
> N8T, K8V - celebrating 150th anniversary of Nikola Tesla
> - the first Ham and inventor of AC and RADIO
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