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I read that the Sun physically oscillates and that it emits an electromagnet ...
 
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I read that the Sun physically oscillates and that it emits an electromagnet wave of a period of several minutes (among other periods) which intensity varies with the amplitude of this oscillation. I understand that this amplitude has been trending upwards and is inductively picked up as a resonant frequency of the Earth - as is evidenced by sattelite-based measurements intended to measure earthquake activity. If the earth crust is flexing more energetically (in sympathy with the Sun) then would not there be increased heat-of-deformation in the crust? Just a thought.