I should drop in on you at Austech. Been a while. Do you ever wonder if the cosmic ray count is NOT the exact inverse of the solar cycle just what that may mean in relation to the Svensmark theories?
While it has been a low solarcycle it does not look to have peaked yet.
At this link the cosmic ray inverse of the solarcycle can be seen. Clicking on the hourly, daily, montly buttons etc you can see the shape of the sine/cosine wave has not peaked. cr0.izmiran.rssi.ru/mosc/main.htm
Space weather now reports…
“The sunspot number, already high, ticked upward again today with the arrival of another large active region over the sun’s eastern limb.” www.spaceweather.com/
Expecting a double max peak for this cycle as is common for every 3rd schwabe solar cycle
So do you see the 2011 and 2014 peaks as the double max – or do you discount 2011 and are expecting another peak to rival 2014 to make your double max?
I’ll declare and say I favour the first option.
Seems to have not peaked yet. “today’s sunspot count is anything but mini.” “Sunspot number: 199″ I like the double humper idea but this second one seems stronger and 2011 was too close to the long many spotless days min and too close to the extreme cosmic (neutron count) max. What we are having this time may be a Llllooonnnnngggg one. www.spaceweather.com/archive.php?view=1&day=05&month=07&year=2014