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To compare solar cycles we can also use the F10.7 radio flux values that have been recorded since 1947 in Canada.

Solar cycle 20 was a weak cycle which is currently looking strong against solar cycle 24.

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The speck ratio is increasing during what is looking like a grand minimum type cycle.

This ratio is a little like the Livingston & Penn contrast measurements, the L&P method is to measure the darkest part of the spot and compare it with the photosphere to achieve a contrast figure.

This graph using the SIDC monthly count from Jan 1798 will compare the Layman's Count from Jan 2008.

The Layman's Count is the only count that can properly compare with the old SIDC (Wolf) measures.

The prediction was for a SSN value of less than 50 according to the old scale.

So far I am on track but I also mentioned that SC24 might be a cycle where one hemisphere shuts down.

The last quarter for 2017 has been updated which shows a continued fall in SC24 to almost solar minimum levels on the sunspot and F10.7 flux scales.

The September anomaly not being sustained in both records.

My predictions show that SC24 will be similar to SC5.

The same Solar system forces are in play at similar timings and strength (SC24 perhaps showing a stronger disruption strength, which indicates that SC24 should be a smaller cycle than SC5).

Will there be enough sunspot activity in the south to allow the transportation of the reversing flux necessary for a polarity change? Below is the current speck ratio for solar cycle 24.

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