Since "something profound is happening inside the sun." And not in a billion years. Last year. Or the last two years, actually, when the regular cycle of solar surface activity was significantly disrupted. By what? Not sure, says New Scientist, whose cover story asks: What's Wrong the Sun? One potential answer: it's shrinking. Is that good? Did you see that movie, Sunshine? Don't try to fix it, or if you do, don't dock with another ship and let that ship's spooky monster captain try to kill you. Either way, the answer is: no. Not good.