Sunday 15 January 2023

After nearly two weeks of constant solar activity and threats from numerous DANGEROUS sunspots, Earth's magnetosphere has received a powerful shock wave from a Coronal Mass Ejection, (CME). A Near Miss: A sign from Heaven... 2012 the year the world was supposed to end almost did!

Credit Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) 
After nearly two weeks of constant solar activity and threats from numerous DANGEROUS sunspots, Earth's magnetosphere has received a powerful shock wave from a Coronal Mass Ejection, (CME). The CME left the sun three days earlier and managed to spark bright red auroras as far south as Scotland according to

SOLAR FLARE AND CME: A twist of dark plasma left the sun on Jan. 14th, propelled by a double-dip M4-class solar flare in the magnetic canopy of sunspot AR3182: The debris carved a spiralling path through the sun's atmosphere, a blender-like process that hurled a coronal mass ejection (CME) into space. First-look images from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) reveal a bright CME emerging from the sun's southwestern limb. Clearly, the CME is not heading directly for Earth, but a glancing blow might be possible early next week. NOAA analysts are evaluating the possibility now.

Our Sun is still very active and continues to produce very strong explosions. Last week our Star popped off three potentially dangerous X-Class Solars. Active sunspots, AR3184 and AR3186 are all showing very unstable 'delta class' magnetic fields and could be potentially dangerous, with new sunspots AR3190/91/92 turning to face earth on the sun's eastern limb.
Credit SDO/HMI.

A Near Miss: A sign from Heaven... 2012 the year the world was supposed to end almost did!

If an asteroid big enough to knock modern civilisation back to the MIDDLE AGES appeared out of deep space and buzzed the Earth-Moon system, the near-miss would be instant worldwide headline news. Ten years ago, Earth experienced a close shave just as perilous, but most newspapers and the tv media didn't mention it. The "impactor" was an extreme solar storm, the most powerful in as much as 150+ years. "If it had hit, we would still be picking up the pieces," says Daniel Baker of the University of Colorado.

The powerful coronal mass ejection (CME) tore through Earth's orbit on July 23, 2012. Fortunately, Earth wasn't there. Instead, the storm cloud hit the STEREO-A spacecraft. "I have come away from our recent studies more convinced than ever that Earth and its inhabitants were incredibly fortunate that the 2012 eruption happened when it did," says Baker. "If the eruption had occurred only one week earlier, Earth would have been in the line of fire and would have suffered "insurmountable damage to its electronic infrastructure."

Extreme solar storms pose a threat to all forms of high technology. They begin with an explosion--a "solar flare"—in the magnetic canopy of a sunspot. X-rays and extreme UV radiation reach Earth at light speed, ionizing the upper layers of our atmosphere; side-effects of this "solar EMP" include radio blackouts and GPS navigation errors. Minutes to hours later, the energetic particles arrive. Moving only slightly slower than light itself, electrons and protons accelerated by the blast can electrify satellites and damage their electronics. Then come the CMEs, billion-ton clouds of magnetized plasma that take a day or more to cross the Sun-Earth divide. Analysts believe that a direct hit by an extreme CME such as the one that missed Earth in July 2012 could cause widespread power blackouts, disabling everything that plugs into a wall socket. Most people wouldn't even be able to flush their toilets because urban water supplies largely rely on electric pumps. Full story

To make matters worse, geologists have been expressing concerns about the magnetic field that shields Earth from deadly solar radiation. In 2019, when the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration was forced to update its World Magnetic Model a year early after finding that the magnetic north pole was rapidly moving out of the Canadian Arctic and toward Siberia.

The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration is tracking an immense, growing, and slowly splitting "dent" in the Earth's Magnetic field. The area, known as the South Atlantic Anomaly, is situated in the southern hemisphere between South America and the southern Atlantic Ocean off the coast of southwestern Africa. According to recent NASA monitoring and modelling, the area is expanding westward and becoming weaker and expected to completely split into two separate cells, each spanning thousands of kilometres across, very soon. Full story

A coronal mass ejection mentioned in the Bible?

In Revelation 8:7 John appears to describe a coronal mass ejection; The first angel sounded and there followed hail and fire mingled with blood, and they were cast upon the earth: and the third part of trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up. 

If a massive coronal mass ejection happened today like the one in 2012 facing the Earth, within 30 minutes, the flares would reach Earth’s magnetosphere and trigger a geomagnetic storm. According to Brent Miller the religious academic, Plasma leaving the sun would be 2 million deg F, and by the time the ejection reached Earth, the plasma would be liquid fire at 6,000 deg F. The plasma would cause a pressure wave which would push through the outer atmosphere which is minus 150 deg F into the stratosphere freezing all the water crystals into ice causing ice and hale, the heat would follow causing hundreds of aeroplanes in the air at the time to crash. The heat would then continue to burn the part of the Earth's vegetation, (hail and fire mingled with blood).



Laughing-Bear said...

Dear Gary and Reader of the Big Wobble,

This Alaskan is always grateful for the heads-up when I get your latest update on the Suns belching energy towards the Earth. Especially as higher levels can and do alter life as we know it. Coronal Mass Ejection (CME), that comes from Canyon-like hole openings in the Sun's atmosphere, eject high-speed solar winds. These Solar Storms affect humans and animals as this space weather has a powerful negativity on our health.

As I wrote in the past years, two of my sled dogs, Malik and Cyrus, would have major seizures during these storms. Malik had them so bad that she would bounce her head off the ground and her house until blood would flow from her ears and nose. It broke my heart and I eventually had to put both down; they now rest in my dog grave yard in the back yard where I will someday be placed, if God tarries. These seizures in both only happened during Category 5 Solar Storms. Other mushers I know across Alaska were experiencing dogs doing the same as my two.
Based on the accumulative information from your research, and mine, Gary, there can be only one conclusion: fluctuations in the Ionosphere bring about all kinds of havoc with all life on our planet as well as the earth itself. While their seizures were taking place, the same days some members of the “Dead Heads,” our brain injury support group (TBI) were fighting migraines, seizures and cognitive function issues. In fact, during one during one storm two pilots died while flying their aircraft here in Alaska. And a relative of mine had a stroke the same hour at the controls of his train locomotive and died.

You, Gary, were able to determine that anytime whales or dolphins beached themselves en masse, it was during such storms. Birds and bees fly off course, earthquakes ramp up, and volcanoes start becoming really active.

There is little I can do when these storms strike, except to stay low and not drive on such days. But I will bring up something I did three months ago. Because these Electromagnetic Pulse's (EMP) can fry electronics, I bought a couple of EMP bags. In the smallest, which is about the size of the average Bible, I placed BibleSticks and thumb drives that are from I want those who will miss the Rapture to find how to come to know God. The BibleSticks have the complete Bible on them and are just a little bigger than a Bic lighter. They run off one AAA battery and two batteries will get you through the complete Bible. 

The Bigger bag now holds my Grundig Shortwave Radio. I store it without batteries. Since it is a German piece of equipment, it is made for the European power grid and will not run on our U.S. power grid. I was told that I could buy an adapter, but why? I love listening to Trap Line Chatter from those who live remote and share life over their radios. Also, I can listen to news from around the world that is known to be more accurate and honest. The last time I checked, U.S. news reporting was among the lowest trusted among the countries surveyed. This little computer would fit into the bag as well, if I had ample warning. And, I have a small solar panel inverter. I do not own all the other electronic gadgets most have and except for this computer, I do not rely on the power-grid that will fry some day! If necessary, I can hook up my solar panel to a battery and check e-mail and the Big Wobble, then shut it down if anything is still functioning out there.

I do sleep under a Faraday Canopy that blocks Electrosmog and Solar Storm pollution. For my old dog truck, I put in a battery disconnect so the system is not powered up. Not sure, but I was told if the system is dead to power it will not fry. Who knows, I might have one of the few running rigs.... until the gas runs out. 

I am grateful that we have a God Who controls the Sun, for in the last days when the Beast takes the helm, he will not stand a chance against a God Who can torch Earth!!!

Just this Alaskans musing for now.

Gary Walton said...

Thanks for that great input Bill.

I hope you have lots of snow because that's what you like!