Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Earth Changes -Solar Flares - Solar System Warming

James Gilliland
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Earth Changes & Solutions from James Gilliland

We are experiencing a Grand Cycle where our solar system is moving to a new place in the universe with more available light and energy. Many refer to this as the photon belt. Russian research has proven the leading edge of our heliosphere is glowing with up to a thousand times more light as we move into this highly charged area. The planets within our solar system are also emitting up to three times more light and are all undergoing atmospheric changes. Our sun is also changing. What once was a yellow orange sun is now white. The hydrogen helium mixture is changing and the mega solar cycle with its unprecedented CMEs, coronal mass ejections and solar flares has continued to increase far beyond any 11 year cycle. In fact a whole new cycle is starting in 2007 which will be much more intense than the last solar cycle. Scientists are expecting to loose many of their satellites, even more severe weather, and an increase in number and severity in tornadoes and hurricanes.

How does this affect the Earth? When the Earth is hit by a CME or solar flare the first affects are the bioelectric fields around the physical embodiment. Stanford Research has proven when monkeys were exposed to changes in the magnetic fields they exhibited behavior from comatose to self mutilation. We are experiencing massive shifts in the magnetic fields which reverberate when hit by a CME or solar flare.

...These social changes are followed by erratic weather, an increase in tornado and hurricane activity along with a warming up or drought in some places and a cooling down or floods and freezes in others. The jet streams are also affected which move the weather patterns which in turn affect crop production. What once grew in some places will grow in others. Deserts will bloom etc. As the energy is absorbed through the poles the Earth begins to overheat. The overheating causes pressure which has to be released through volcanoes and earthquakes. When you add the greenhouse effect caused by man made emissions we aggravate this cycle causing more heat to be trapped within the system. The undersea volcanoes are heating up the oceans creating changes in the ocean currents. Changes in the ocean currents create changes in the weather and climate of whole continents. The massive storm and cloud cover along with volcanic eruptions creates a natural shielding effect. It is the Earths way of defending herself and adjusting to the new energies.
Our Link to the Outer LimitsJames Gilliland
James Gilliland - around 8:30min into the video I can see connections to Lynne McTaggart
Lynne McTaggart in the sense of consciousness changing.

Both acknowledge increased solar flares - James states this is part of Grand Cycle (the procession that relates to the Mayan Calender)
The Intention Experiment
"Lynne McTaggart is the award-winning author of five books, including the international bestselling sensations 'Living The Field' and 'The Intention Experiment'. She is an internationally recognized spokesperson on the science of spirituality."

Lynne makes statement
linking sun spot activity with consciousness -
it hit a "0" activity in March 2008 - and peaks in 2012
high activity can enhance intentionality...
others predict peak for 2010-11
What impact do solar flares have on human activities?

Cracks in the Magnetic Field.
Recent space satellite studies show that worrying cracks have begun to appear in Earth’s magnetic field.
But should we be concerned, and could these cracks be signs of a Polar Reversal?
Latest research and observations from NASA's IMAGE space craft and the joint NASA/European Space Agency Cluster satellites have shown the development of huge cracks in the Earth’s magnetic field. According to the observations there are periods when the magnetic field just peels away over massive areas to expose our atmosphere to the full brunt of solar radiation.

The Problems.
Cracks to the Magnetic Field are bound to pose problems for space satellites, radio communication, and all manner of electrical systems. But what are the implications for life on the planet and in particular the people that inhabit it?

Reassuring voices say our atmosphere is capable of dealing with this flood of Solar particles and filtering them out. However some effects - most noticeably concerning weather - are bound to be felt and it is worth noting that the energy from the Sun is never constant. For instance one recent flare eruption broke all records, and it is possible that the combination of a massive Solar Flare in conjunction with a crack in the Magnetic Field could result in harmful exposure to solar rays on the surface of the planet. If this exposure was maintained over a long enough period crops could fail, animals would die, and humans fall prone to deadly cancers.

The latest observations cite data showing some cracks in the magnetic field last for longer than nine hours. If so the likely consequences would depend on the actual strength of the Solar Wind at that time.

Polar Reversal.
In many respects magnetic cracking is cause for concern because it might well indicate an imminent Polar Reversal. These amazing events involving the magnetic reversal of the Earth’s poles - some say even the geographic poles - have occurred roughly once every three quarters of a millions years and scientists say the next one is long overdue. One prominent sign we may be headed for a reversal is that over the last century or so the Earth’s Magnetic Field has been steadily diminishing. Amongst other things it is probably this that is also responsible for the recent cracks in the Magnetic Field.

"SWPC Anonymous FTP Server Alerts, Forecasts, and Summaries Solar Region Summary"
daily forecasts as data - when open each file
Current Space Weather Conditions - graphical data
Sun spots
Summary: Activity Level -- VERY LOW -- no flares in past two days

Hinode (Sunrise) is a project to study the Sun, led by the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) in collaboration with NASA, the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), and the European Space Agency (ESA). Hinode's three year mission is to explore the magnetic fields of the Sun, and improve our understanding of the mechanisms that power the solar atmosphere and drive solar eruptions.
the latest 48 hours of solar wind data
brought to you by the CELIAS/MTOF Proton Monitor on the SOHO Spacecraft

Solar Rain The Earth Changes Have Begun (BOOK)
Mitch Battros : earthchangesmedia - mix of science and prophesy/predictions
My Equation suggest what occurs on the Sun is made manifest on Earth within "hours and days". This new concept shifts the current paradigm from what has traditionally been measured in the way of "climate" as it relates to cycles, to what is now being measured in the way of "weather". Weather indicates causal events which is measured in hours, days, and weeks.
Sunspots => Solar Flares => Magnetic Field Shift => Shifting Ocean and Jet Stream Currents => Extreme Weather and Human Disruption (mitch battros)

understanding of the symbiotic and closely knit relationship between what happens on the Sun, and what can cause almost immediate problems on Earth. - articles by mitch
prophecy and prediction

scientific perspective

Geomagnetic storm
A geomagnetic storm is a temporary disturbance of the Earth's magnetosphere caused by a disturbance in space weather. Associated with solar coronal mass ejections (CME), coronal holes, or solar flares, a geomagnetic storm is caused by a solar wind shock wave which typically strikes the Earth's magnetic field 24 to 36 hours after the event. This only happens if the shock wave travels in a direction toward Earth. The solar wind pressure on the magnetosphere will increase or decrease depending on the Sun's activity. These solar wind pressure changes modify the electric currents in the ionosphere. Magnetic storms usually last 24 to 48 hours, but some may last for many days. In 1989, an electromagnetic storm disrupted power throughout most of Quebec [1] — it caused auroras as far south as Texas [2]


There is a growing body of evidence that changes in the geomagnetic field affect biological systems. Studies indicate that physically stressed human biological systems may respond to fluctuations in the geomagnetic field. Interest and concern in this subject have led the International Union of Radio Science to create a new commission entitled Commission K - Electromagnetics in Biology and Medicine[1] Current chair Dr. Frank Prato[2].

  • 3.3 Disrupted systems
    • 3.3.1 Communications
    • 3.3.2 Navigation systems
    • 3.3.3 Satellites
    • 3.3.4 Geologic exploration
    • 3.3.5 Electric power
    • 3.3.6 Pipelines
      Human activities, simultaneous terrestrial and solar polar reversals and massive solar flares are ingredients of devastating earthquakes between now and 2012

      India Daily Technology Team
      Sep. 17, 2005

      According to Geophysicists, the world is headed for a catastrophe in terms of earthquakes between now and 2012. The reason behind unprecedented levels of massive earthquakes is human hands, simultaneous terrestrial and solar polar reversals and abnormal solar flares. The Sun is in some kind of million-year cycle. The earth is just too hot with massive amount of solar flares hitting the earth continuously. This will continue between now and 2012 – till the simultaneous solar and terrestrial polar reversals are complete.

      The seismic activities can be so large that catastrophe can occur in every continent. The plates are getting brittle, the temperature is rising all over the world and polar shifts in the earth are accelerating. The Sun is extremely active these days. That is a major reason for worry.

      Human activities are creating possible trigger points.

      Construction of a reservoir, hydrocarbon production, or the injection of fluids into the ground triggers an earthquake at a specific location. Several well-documented cases exist where such large engineering projects and damaging earthquakes are genetically related. In most of these cases, the engineering projects themselves most likely did not create the stresses that caused the earthquake, but rather changed local conditions in such a way as to allow an earthquake to occur. The difference between inducing an earthquake and triggering an earthquake is subtle but important; generally, human activity will not create enough stress in the underlying rocks to cause an earthquake large enough to be recorded by distant seismographs. However, the activity can change the physical conditions at depth and thus allow an earthquake to occur.

      The different activities that can trigger or induce earthquakes include impounding of deep artificial water reservoirs, underground mining, large-scale surface quarrying, high pressure fluid injection, removal of subterranean fluids for hydrocarbon production, and underground explosions. For example, reservoir-induced seismicity has been documented in China, central Africa, Greece, India, Egypt, Russia, Italy, South Carolina, Arizona, and California (Oroville Reservoir). The first well documented example occurred when Lake Mead, formed by Hoover Dam on the Colorado River, began filling in the late 1930's. The largest and most damaging reservoir-induced earthquake occurred on December 10, 1967, at Koyna, India (M 6.3), and claimed over 200 lives while destroying much of the Koyna Nagar town.

      Pumping fluids into the ground at high pressure plays a major role in geothermal power generation, oil production, solution mining, and hazardous waste disposal. The first well-documented case of triggered seismicity due to fluid injection occurred at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal near Denver, Colorado during the early 1960's, where there was no previously recorded seismicity. Following these earthquakes, a fluid-injection experiment carried out in Rangely, Colorado, in a producing oil field proved that injecting high pressure fluids into geologic formations under the right conditions of stress could trigger earthquakes.

      note: similar information on this link to story pasted below

      Solar Cycle 24 Has Begun
    • © 2008 Linda Moulton Howe

      “There are a number of indicators that suggest Solar Cycle 24 Maximum
      should be a big cycle.” - David Hathaway, Ph.D., NASA

      On left, is Extreme U
      V-wavelength image of the sun and on right, a B&W magnetogram showing
      positive (white) and negative (black) magnetic polarities. On December 11, 2007, this new
      high-latitude active solar region was magnetically reversed from sunspot magnetic
      directions in the previous Solar Cycle 23. So, this new sunspot officially marks the
      beginning of Solar Cycle 24. Images courtesy SOHO/NASA/ESA.

      January 10, 2008 Huntsville, Alabama - One month ago on December 11, 2007, a patch of magnetism on the sun was declared by NASA to be the first official sunspot of the new Solar Cycle 24. The spot was in a high-latitude on the sun with reversed polarity from the previous Solar Cycle 23 that has been in minimum for a long time. The sun has had a blank face without any sunspots for days and weeks at a time. But from now forward to 2012, sunspots should start appearing again all over the sun, leading up to what NASA astrophysicist, David Hathaway, Ph.D., thinks will be one of the more intense solar maximums on record. Dr. Hathaway is the Solar Physics Team Leader at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. He received his Ph.D. in astrophysics from the University of Colorado in Boulder in 1979.

      Dr. Hathaway is now one of the top solar astrophysicists in the world. He was surprised last week in the beginning of January 2008, to learn that his own solar physics research was being used by a non-scientist named John Casey in an Orlando, Florida company calling itself “Space and Science Research Center.” SSRC recently distributed an alarming press release on the internet entitled “Changes in the Sun’s Surface to Bring Next Climate Change.” The press release warned there will be a global food shortage in the next Solar Cycle 25 (approximately 2018 - 2029).

      This week I talked with Dr. Hathaway about the press release and his own perceptions about what’s expected in this current Solar Cycle 24 and beyond.


      David Hathaway, Ph.D., NASA Astrophysicist.

      David Hathaway, Ph.D., Solar Physics Team Leader, NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama: “In the beginning of the cycle, it’s a little like popping popcorn where first one spot will come out and then you wait. Then there is another - bam, bam, bam! And off it goes, the cycle is on its way.

      We’re expecting this cycle will start rising in the next few months and should reach its maximum in about 2011 to 2012 time frame. Of course, the solar maximum is an extended period – one to two years at least where the sun is particularly active, compared to where we are now. We’ve gone for days and weeks at a time without any sunspots at all.

      Left: not a single sunspot on December 30, 2007.
      Right: Active sunspots in previous Cycle 23. Images credit: SOHO/MDI.

      During solar maximum, we should see lots of spots on the sun. Even the low predictions for this Cycle 24 indicate that at maximum there ought to be on any given day at least 70 or 80 spots on the sun.


      Unfortunately, no. (laughs) We continue to do research and it really comes down to two models and two different techniques for predicting the size of the next cycle, both of which agreed on the last Cycle 23, but disagree on this Cycle 24. We really have not gotten to the bottom of it yet.


      I’m still sticking with it, that’s right. There are a number of indicators that suggest Solar Cycle 24 Maximum should be a big cycle, and there is a model out there that has shown to be extremely accurate in going back in time to predict the last eight cycles. That model can do it better than any of the other techniques out there and suggests that this upcoming solar maximum should be a much bigger solar cycle than average.
      New Climate Change Theory Gains Influential Support


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1 comment:

Unknown said...

Nice Info! The three sorting were interesting to say the least. A planet has to orbit around the sun, which Pluto does. It has to have adequate mass to acknowledge a nearly round shape, or hydrostatic equilibrium for space buffs.

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