Here is a quote from an online article: "A gust is on the way. NOAA forecasters expect a stream of high-speed solar wind to reach Earth on Sept. 14th-15th, sparking renewed displays of high-latitude auroras." Ref: http://www.spaceweather.com/archive.php?view=1&day=14&month=09&year=2015
Did the LIGO group actually detect a gravitational wave from the merger of two black holes, or did they detect the Sun-Earth weak coupling of the helioseismic burst generated by the solar flare eruption on September 14, 2015? It is clear from the LIGO data that the phenomenon was detected by Livingston, LA first at 09:50:45 UTC before it arrived at Hanford, WA, which is consistent with an EM pulse vectoring from the Sun in the east.
Also the waveform of the detected signal is indicative of dispersion consistent with what would be expected from a helioseismic burst. “A unique characteristic of solar seismic waves is acceleration. The solar waves accelerated from an initial speed of 22,000 miles per hour (9.8 km/sec) to a maximum of 250,000 miles per hour (112 km/sec) before disappearing. In contrast, water ripples on Earth travel outward at a constant velocity.” Ref: http://www.vibrationdata.com/Newsletters/August2001_NL.pdf
I just wonder.