Periodically, the cross connection between abnormal solar activity and 
hurricanes is mentioned in the ALT-SCI press.

Of course this year is no exception as the strongest storm in a decade and the 
strongest solar flares in the past 11 year cycle are aligned in time.

It is a complex interaction but there seems to be something beyond coincidence 
going on in this alignment. Often water temperature is said to play a role in 
hurricanes, but this year the Ocean water temperature in hurricane alley is 

Perhaps the sunspot itself is not the driving force for more intense storms on 
earth but instead, the sunspot feeds a greater tonnage of dense hydrogen into 
the solar wind, and that dense hydrogen becomes the driving mechanism for the 
extra power of the storm.

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