Truthfully? Here's the Giant Inconvenience

UPDATE: Potentially Habitable Planet Found (see below)#
In Galactic terms...It's only 120 trillion miles away!
The Giant inconvenience: Global Warming marketing efforts have continued to down-play earth's most critical influence...How solar effects impact the tilt (climate change) reflected in Earth Changes. Can we convert “Bad Science" to Good, in order to meet –any- level of urgency?
Listen to the pulse of the Sun!

According to this former "NASA's Picture of the day"...
"The NASA image (below) is duped as: "A Twisted Solar Eruptive Prominence." A huge eruption seen moving out from our Sun in this condensed half-hour time-lapse sequence. Ten Earths could easily fit in the "claw" of this Solar Monster!"
By Permission only! Credits: SOHO Consortium, ESA
And just take a look at this list! # They say that many dread being hassled by people who hold less thirst for knowledge, than they do to impose penalties...

Image Caption: The groups have misjudged the collective community's desire to move forward and create sound Science; rather than ‘non-scientific penalties.' Nothing can be addressed in a fear-full way...Especially on a planet that relies upon radical changes to renew itself… This large prominence, though, is significant not only for its size, but its shape. The twisted figure eight shape indicates that a complex magnetic field threads through the emerging solar particles. Recent evidence of differential rotation inside the Sun might help account for the surface explosion. The sequence was taken early this year by the Sun-orbiting SOHO satellite. Although large prominences and energetic Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) are relatively rare, they are occurring more frequently now that we are near the Solar Maximum, a time of peak sunspot and solar activity in the eleven-year solar cycle.
Potentially Habitable Planet Found...#

Potentially Habitable Planet Found: lower image:#

ht:# The planet is just the right size, might have water in liquid form, and in galactic terms is relatively nearby at 120 trillion miles away. But the star it closely orbits, known as a "red dwarf," is much smaller, dimmer and cooler than our sun.” read more
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