Effects of Solar Flares, Solar Wind, Solar Storms and Sunspots
The effects of solar flares, solar wind, solar storms and sunspots can be devastating on the Earth, and it is being particularly examined concerning 2012. High solar activity and the Earth don't mix well. What has alarmed NASA scientists is that the magnetic field of the Earth is decreasing, and that is the only component that protects the Earth from the sun's harmful rays. Besides the solar effects on the Earth, all communication and technology would be rendered useless as well if the magnetic field were decreased or the poles flip. Even if solar flares, solar wind, solar storms and sunspots aren't an issue, just the mere rays of the sun and the radiation that would enter the Earth's atmosphere would be enough to kill all plant life and therefore animal and human life in turn if the magnetic field were gone or severely reduced.
With the pole flip and pole reversal of the Earth being possible, and anomalies in the magnetic field of the Earth are already present, there is some concern about the magnetic field decreasing and what effect that would have on Earth life. Those who are in the deep underground bunkers might survive since those have been being set up for over 30 years for maintaining human, animal and plant life in case of an emergency. However, anyone on the surface would die just from the loss of plant life and climate on the Earth. That would happen anyway even if a solar plasma cloud, solar storm, solar wind or solar flare never reached the Earth. The effects would be dire just by the sun's radiation alone.
On the Possibility of Instantaneous Shifts of the Poles
By Flavio Barbiero
In 1974 a young Italian naval engineer, Flavio Barbiero, published a
ground-breaking book, Una Civilta sotto Ghiaccio (A Civilisation Under the Ice)
which proposed for the first time that the remains of a lost civilisation may lie
under the ice of Antarctica.
He suggested that there had been a cataclysmic and almost instantaneous
pole shift which had moved Antarctica from temperate into frozen latitudes -
a suggestion that has never been accepted by science. In this paper, specially
written forwww.grahamhancock.com in 2006, Dr Barbiero explains why he continues
to be convinced that instantaneous pole shifts can and do occur - with
devastating consequences for all life on earth.
Plasma Tubes Connect Dark Spherical Body Too Our Sun
Whilst the web has been buzzing with expectation of several potential big events for March including a mega-earthquake, another war, and several other possibles, out in space an incredible event has been silently brewing at the centre of our solar system. Something very weird has been happening to our Sun.
I say silently brewing, but actually in the last four days whilst this phenomenon was under-way we have been somewhat distracted away from it due to our focus being drawn to several major solar flares and coronal mass ejections, including three X-class flares and two M-class flares. This activity in itself has been quite astonishing.
The real show however can be seen by going to the SOHO website and running the dates 08-03-2012 to 12-03-2012 into the various camera feeds available. The best for this purpose is EIT-171, though I suggest you run the dates on all feeds. Just what exactly it is that has been discovered by two Youtube channel hosts 'Sunsflare' and 'MrMBB333' remains to be concluded, however what we see with our eyes is enough to be mind blowing. The pictures below with embedded links to original sources show us several compelling details. Then the video from Sunsflare gives us an increased level of clarity of the 'object'.
This first image shows us that what appears to be an enormous black sphere is connected to the Sun by a number of plasma tubes. If you go through the different video source option over at SOHO you find that this 'plasma object' is there from at least 09-03-12 and seemingly comes around from the other side of the sun. There are at least 4 plasma tubes 'feeding' it on 10-03-12, which makes sense as plasma tubes tend to manifest in pairs, then we find that the tubes seem to merge into just one on 11-03-12 though this may just be our viewing angle.
Then on 12-03-2012 an enormous energy event, seemingly a massive CME, blasts out from that precise region we are monitoring, and the object and tube both vanish from the location. Whatever it is, it then 'seems' to have been thrown away from the sun as part of the stellar eruption, appearing as the white mass with twisting tendrils shooting out before it. Note too the loop of energy ahead of it rather like some kind of stargate vortex opening. The SOHO EIT304 has another image of the eruption.
It is well known that the poles have often changed their position on the Earth's surface
during past geological eras. The marks left by thick ice sheets in Africa and India, the
residual magnetism in ancient rocks, the old coral reefs' and coal deposits' distribution and
so on, all together are compelling evidence that the poles have wandered from what is
today's equator to the actual poles.
To add to the mystery we can see that the current image for the position of sunspots shows nothing in the area from which the CME type event occurs, extremely peculiar. This makes no sense at all, we should be looking at a huge sunspot here to produce a CME of this enormous and massive nature. If indeed it even is a CME.
By Bruce Fenton
A changing climate isn't just about floods, droughts and heatwaves. It brings erupting volcanoes and catastrophic earthquakes, says Bill McGuire in London.
The idea that a changing climate can persuade the ground to shake, volcanoes to rumble and tsunamis to crash on to unsuspecting coastlines seems, at first, to be bordering on the insane. How can what happens in the thin envelope of gas that shrouds and protects our world possibly influence the potentially earth-shattering processes that operate deep beneath the surface? The fact that it does reflects a failure of our imagination and a limited understanding of the manner in which the different physical components of our planet - the atmosphere, the oceans, and the solid earth, or geosphere - intertwine and interact.
If we think about climate change at all, most of us do so in a very simplistic way: so, the weather might get a bit warmer; floods and droughts may become more of a problem and sea levels will slowly creep upwards. Evidence reveals, however, that our planet is an almost unimaginably complicated beast, which reacts to a dramatically changing climate in all manner of different ways; a few - like the aforementioned - straightforward and predictable; some surprising and others downright implausible. Into the latter category fall the manifold responses of the geosphere.
The world we inhabit has an outer rind that is extraordinarily sensitive to change. While the earth's crust may seem safe and secure, the geological calamities that happen with alarming regularity confirm that this is not the case. In Britain, we only have to go back a couple years to April 2010, when the word was Eyjafjallajokull - the ice-covered Icelandic volcano that brought European air traffic to a grinding halt. Less than a year ago, our planet's ability to shock and awe headed the news once again as the east coast of Japan was bludgeoned by a cataclysmic combination of megaquake and tsunami, resulting - at a quarter of a trillion dollars or so - in the biggest natural-catastrophe bill ever.
In the light of such events, it somehow seems appropriate to imagine the earth beneath our feet as a slumbering giant that tosses and turns periodically in response to various pokes and prods. Mostly, these are supplied by the stresses and strains associated with the eternal dance of a dozen or so rocky tectonic plates across the face of our world; a sedate waltz that proceeds at about the speed that fingernails grow. Changes in the environment too, however, have a key role to play in waking the giant, as growing numbers of geological studies targeting our post-ice age world have disclosed.
Between about 20,000 and 5000 years ago, our planet underwent an astonishing climatic transformation. Over the course of this period, it flipped from the frigid wasteland of deepest and darkest ice age to the - broadly speaking - balmy, temperate world upon which our civilisation has developed and thrived. During this extraordinarily dynamic episode, as the immense ice sheets melted and colossal volumes of water were decanted back into the oceans, the pressures acting on the solid earth also underwent massive change. In response, the crust bounced and bent, rocking our planet with a resurgence in volcanic activity, a proliferation of seismic shocks and burgeoning giant landslides.
The most spectacular geological effects were reserved for high latitudes. Here, the crust across much of northern Europe and North America had been forced down by hundreds of metres and held at bay for tens of thousands of years beneath the weight of sheets of ice 20 times thicker than the height of the 135-metre-tall London Eye. As the ice dissipated in soaring temperatures, the crust popped back up like a coiled spring released, at the same time tearing open major faults and triggering great earthquakes in places where they are unheard of today. Even now, the crust underpinning those parts of Europe and North America formerly imprisoned beneath the great continental ice sheets continues to rise - albeit at a far more sedate rate.
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