Published on Apr 23, 2012 by dutchsinse Here is the updated website post .. with the links and screenshots of the most recent Japanese release: http://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2012/04/23/4232012-update-on-quadri-polar-sun... In mid-May 2012 (next month) we will see the suns negative pole turn positive... while the current positive pole STAYS positive..... thus making TWO positive poles on the sun ----- and subsequently, two south poles to match these spots somewhere on the surface of the star. Normally, this happens every 11 years... this year.. its happening on year 10.. a year early. The last similar occurrence was approx. 300 years ago (per the Japanese). This is the new major quote that should be noted (as compared to the previous Japan story from the 19th) quote: "When a similar phenomenon occurred about 300 years ago, the Earth's average temperature fell slightly."
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