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On the Generation of High-Energy Gamma Rays Near Sunspots During the Transition from Solar Minimum to Maximum

Authors: Michael Harney

It has been recently discovered by Linden and others that high-energy gamma rays (>100 GeV in some cases) are being generated from the solar disk near the location of sunspots as the solar cycle progresses from solar minimum to solar maximum, corresponding with the movement of sunspots from the equator to the poles. It is postulated that the generation of the gamma rays are due to the interaction and inter-modulation of multiple magnetic fields near and under sunspots, which from the Wave Structure of Matter, will result in the conversion the static magnetic fields into high-energy gamma rays based on the moving wave structure of the electron, which in turn makes up the magnetic field.

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