Transcript for scene 10 of the video " Absolute Climate Change: 2 - Paradox of Climate" by Rolf Witzsche  

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The sunspots are holes ripped into the photosphere

The sunspots that we observe are essentially holes ripped into the photosphere, typically by overload explosions. Big ones can result in solar mass ejections. By looking through the umbra of the sunspots left behind, we see that the Sun is dark inside. This tells us that the energy that is radiated from the Sun, does not come from within the Sun, but from without it. Simply put, the solar energy is catalyzed by the Sun, in plasma-fusion reactions on its surface, as a by-product. The fusion process releases the radiant energy of the wide spectrum of sunlight. Overload conditions can have explosive consequences.


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