Why Solar Cycles? Modeling the Dynamics of Solar Activity


  • Maria Kuman


why solar cycles; modeling solar dynamics; reversal of sun’s magnetic polarity; reversal of sun’s direction of spinning


Amazingly, helium nano-droplets and the helium-containing sun when active have the same torus-shaped fast spinning nonlinear electromagnetic fields (NEMFs) with the same dynamics. The fact that our Sun changes its magnetic polarity periodically and regularly (known as periodic flipping of the magnetic poles of the Sun) actually means periodic switches of the directions of spinning of the nonlinear electromagnetic field (NEMF) of the Sun. When the Sun spins clockwise like a vortex, it sucks energy in through both magnetic poles at the two ends of the axis of spinning. This speeds the sun’s spinning, which bulges the Sun at the equator and increases the turbulent activity there, making the Sun more active. When the Sun spins counterclockwise as an anti-vortex, it loses energy out through its magnetic poles. This shapes it as a lemon, shrinks the equatorial area, and ceases the solar activity. This is the basis of the observed periodic switches of high and low activity of our Sun (and also of helium nano-droplets). The article offers a dynamic model, which explains the periodic changes of high and low solar activity.

How to Cite

Maria Kuman. (2019). Why Solar Cycles? Modeling the Dynamics of Solar Activity. Global Journal of Science Frontier Research, 19(A10), 7–14. Retrieved from https://journalofscience.org/index.php/GJSFR/article/view/2548

Why Solar Cycles? Modeling the Dynamics of Solar Activity