160 Minute Solar Pulse
OBSERVED SOLAR PULSES CAN BE SIMPLY COMPUTED AND EXPLAINED
Schriefer Unified Theory© SERIESIntroduction
It is observed that the sun pulses every 160 minutes. Scientists have studied this phenomenon since its discovery in 1962 by a group at Cal Tech headed by Robert Leighton. What are these solar pulses, what causes them, and what do they mean to us on earth?
The answers to these, and many other questions, lie in revolutionary discoveries by Howard Lawrence Schriefer in pursuit of a Unified Theory of the universe.