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The FLUFFY MAGNETIC RIBBON NEMESIS of the PLASMA UNIVERSE

 
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Nice additions to the argument Plasmare.
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No, just the same old ones... It's not easy to maintain all the relevant information in one thread, so many people just skip to the end because some threads are simply too long to read thoroughly. Just look at the magnetosphere thread... It's a behemoth.
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Why is it called the " nemesis " of the plasma universe ?
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Why is it called the " nemesis " of the plasma universe ?
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needed something bad ass to offset the queer(and not very doomish)sounding "scientific" term "fluffy"...1dunno1lmaopeace
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Why is it called the " nemesis " of the plasma universe ?
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needed something bad ass to offset the queer(and not very doomish)sounding "scientific" term "fluffy"...1dunno1lmaopeace
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cruise
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Why is it called the " nemesis " of the plasma universe ?
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needed something bad ass to offset the queer(and not very doomish)sounding "scientific" term "fluffy"...1dunno1lmaopeace
 Quoting: exiled1


So it's good or bad..?.., or nobody really knows donk...? and there's just a bunch of theories floating around ? If I wasn't confused before I found the fluffy ribbons I sure am now.

afro
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Is this the '6000C degree energetic helium/hydrogen plasma'? doomish enough?

needed something bad ass to offset the queer(and not very doomish)sounding "scientific" term "fluffy"...1dunno1lmaopeace
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I am a geology major and your right about one thing only the magnetosphere does change every 20 thousand years or so, but the effects that we are currently experiencing as far a volcanos and earthquakes is miniscule even compared to the mini ice age we went in in the 1800's, what is happening today is the earth is getting hotter like it always does before it goes into a cooling stage, its a natural process. You have to realize that if something that was as bad as what ya'll describe their would already have been catastrophic earthquakes and volcanoes much fiercer than an 8.5 or Iceland's volcano's
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If you won't look, how about I shove it into your face because you won't look for yourself.

Abstract

The Solar System during its life has travelled more than 10 times through dense interstellar clouds with particle concentrations of 102-103 and more, compressing the heliosphere to heliopause dimensions smaller than 1 AU and thus bringing the Earth in immediate contact with the interstellar matter. For cloud concentrations greater than of 102 , the flowing interstellar material even at the Earth`s orbit remains completely shielded from solar wind protons and would only be subject to solar photoionization processes. We have developed a 2D-two-fluid gas-dynamical numerical code to describe the hydrodynamical behavior of the incoming interstellar gas near the Earth, taking into account both the photoionization and the gravity of the Sun.

As we show, the resulting strongly increased neutral hydrogen fluxes ranging from 109 to 1011 cause substantial changes in the terrestrial atmosphere. During the phase of the immersion into the cloud the resulting flux of neutral hydrogen incident on the terrestrial atmosphere in the steady state would be balanced by the upward escape flux of H-atoms and the downward flux of water molecules, which is the product of the atmospheric hydrogen-oxygen chemistry via even-odd reaction schemes. In that case hydrogen acts as a chemical agent to remove oxygen atoms and to cause ozone concentration reductions above 50 km by a factor of 1.5 at the stratopause to about a factor of 1000 and more at the mesopause. Thus, depending on the specific encounter parameters the high mixing ratio of hydrogen in the Earth's atmosphere may substantially decrease the ozone concentration in the mesosphere and may trigger an ice age of relatively long duration.
[link to astro.uchicago.edu]

Plenty more there. Many different models showing the effects of different clouds.

Eons ago, giant clouds in space may have led to global extinctions, according to two recent technical papers supported by NASA's Astrobiology Institute.

One paper outlines a rare scenario in which Earth iced over during snowball glaciations, after the solar system passed through dense space clouds. In a more likely scenario, less dense giant molecular clouds may have enabled charged particles to enter Earth's atmosphere, leading to destruction of much of the planet's protective ozone layer. This resulted in global extinctions, according to the second paper. Both recently appeared in the Geophysical Research Letters.

"Computer models show dramatic climate change can be caused by interstellar dust accumulating in Earth's atmosphere during the solar system's immersion into a dense space cloud," said Alex Pavlov, principal author of the two papers. He is a scientist at the University of Colorado, Boulder. The resulting dust layer hovering over the Earth would absorb and scatter solar radiation, yet allow heat to escape from the planet into space, causing runaway ice buildup and snowball glaciations.

Moderately dense space clouds are huge, and the solar system could take as long as 500,000 years to cross one of them. Once in such a cloud, the Earth would be expected to undergo at least one magnetic reversal. During a reversal, electrically charged cosmic rays can enter Earth's atmosphere instead of being deflected by the planet's magnetic field.

[link to www.nasa.gov]

Now maybe they didn't teach you such complicated things in your geology major or these discoveries were made after you finished learning. But there is plenty of geological evidence for this from the ice core samples which shows the atmospheric density and composition, as well as cosmic ray flux to tree rings and geological features.
 Quoting: Plasmare


I never said an ice age was impossible intact i hinted in that direction, as i said a natural process that our earth goes threw all the time, it might only happen every 20 thousand years to us but it has happened plenty of times before and we have only had three extinction level event that really hurt us and none were caused by an interstellar cloud.
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I am a geology major and your right about one thing only the magnetosphere does change every 20 thousand years or so, but the effects that we are currently experiencing as far a volcanos and earthquakes is miniscule even compared to the mini ice age we went in in the 1800's, what is happening today is the earth is getting hotter like it always does before it goes into a cooling stage, its a natural process. You have to realize that if something that was as bad as what ya'll describe their would already have been catastrophic earthquakes and volcanoes much fiercer than an 8.5 or Iceland's volcano's
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward


If you won't look, how about I shove it into your face because you won't look for yourself.

Abstract

The Solar System during its life has travelled more than 10 times through dense interstellar clouds with particle concentrations of 102-103 and more, compressing the heliosphere to heliopause dimensions smaller than 1 AU and thus bringing the Earth in immediate contact with the interstellar matter. For cloud concentrations greater than of 102 , the flowing interstellar material even at the Earth`s orbit remains completely shielded from solar wind protons and would only be subject to solar photoionization processes. We have developed a 2D-two-fluid gas-dynamical numerical code to describe the hydrodynamical behavior of the incoming interstellar gas near the Earth, taking into account both the photoionization and the gravity of the Sun.

As we show, the resulting strongly increased neutral hydrogen fluxes ranging from 109 to 1011 cause substantial changes in the terrestrial atmosphere. During the phase of the immersion into the cloud the resulting flux of neutral hydrogen incident on the terrestrial atmosphere in the steady state would be balanced by the upward escape flux of H-atoms and the downward flux of water molecules, which is the product of the atmospheric hydrogen-oxygen chemistry via even-odd reaction schemes. In that case hydrogen acts as a chemical agent to remove oxygen atoms and to cause ozone concentration reductions above 50 km by a factor of 1.5 at the stratopause to about a factor of 1000 and more at the mesopause. Thus, depending on the specific encounter parameters the high mixing ratio of hydrogen in the Earth's atmosphere may substantially decrease the ozone concentration in the mesosphere and may trigger an ice age of relatively long duration.
[link to astro.uchicago.edu]

Plenty more there. Many different models showing the effects of different clouds.

Eons ago, giant clouds in space may have led to global extinctions, according to two recent technical papers supported by NASA's Astrobiology Institute.

One paper outlines a rare scenario in which Earth iced over during snowball glaciations, after the solar system passed through dense space clouds. In a more likely scenario, less dense giant molecular clouds may have enabled charged particles to enter Earth's atmosphere, leading to destruction of much of the planet's protective ozone layer. This resulted in global extinctions, according to the second paper. Both recently appeared in the Geophysical Research Letters.

"Computer models show dramatic climate change can be caused by interstellar dust accumulating in Earth's atmosphere during the solar system's immersion into a dense space cloud," said Alex Pavlov, principal author of the two papers. He is a scientist at the University of Colorado, Boulder. The resulting dust layer hovering over the Earth would absorb and scatter solar radiation, yet allow heat to escape from the planet into space, causing runaway ice buildup and snowball glaciations.

Moderately dense space clouds are huge, and the solar system could take as long as 500,000 years to cross one of them. Once in such a cloud, the Earth would be expected to undergo at least one magnetic reversal. During a reversal, electrically charged cosmic rays can enter Earth's atmosphere instead of being deflected by the planet's magnetic field.

[link to www.nasa.gov]

Now maybe they didn't teach you such complicated things in your geology major or these discoveries were made after you finished learning. But there is plenty of geological evidence for this from the ice core samples which shows the atmospheric density and composition, as well as cosmic ray flux to tree rings and geological features.
 Quoting: Plasmare


I never said an ice age was impossible intact i hinted in that direction, as i said a natural process that our earth goes threw all the time, it might only happen every 20 thousand years to us but it has happened plenty of times before and we have only had three extinction level event that really hurt us and none were caused by an interstellar cloud.
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And just so you know the odds of that happening agin in our life times is the same odds as every person in the world winning the lottery. $.5 billions years and its happened twice, come on do the math for your self
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Why is it called the " nemesis " of the plasma universe ?
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needed something bad ass to offset the queer(and not very doomish)sounding "scientific" term "fluffy"...1dunno1lmaopeace
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You laugh at Fluffy and he'll kick your ass.
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Is this the '6000C degree energetic helium/hydrogen plasma'? doomish enough?

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Enough to char the steaks thats for sure...
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Why is it called the " nemesis " of the plasma universe ?
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needed something bad ass to offset the queer(and not very doomish)sounding "scientific" term "fluffy"...1dunno1lmaopeace
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You laugh at Fluffy and he'll kick your ass.
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:flatfluffy:
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Why is it called the " nemesis " of the plasma universe ?
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needed something bad ass to offset the queer(and not very doomish)sounding "scientific" term "fluffy"...1dunno1lmaopeace
 Quoting: exiled1


You laugh at Fluffy and he'll kick your ass.
 Quoting: m/walk


:flatfluffy:
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Alrighty Sick, don't need a BAD trip down memory lane, the seventies and eighties for hair styles in the US was deplorable, at the least...but i can't say i was'nt guilty of sporting a Clark Kent doo.
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SS puts a lot of work into these threads. Then the funny-ha-ha crew comes along and has to joke it up pissing all over the work the guy does.

The thread dies....

Can't you shitheads STFU and go post on one of the thousands of worthless threads that are started here every 5 minutes?

Fuckwads!
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SS puts a lot of work into these threads. Then the funny-ha-ha crew comes along and has to joke it up pissing all over the work the guy does.

The thread dies....

Can't you shitheads STFU and go post on one of the thousands of worthless threads that are started here every 5 minutes?

Fuckwads!
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I agree, I also worked hard and would rather people discuss the contents rather than bicker.
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SS puts a lot of work into these threads. Then the funny-ha-ha crew comes along and has to joke it up pissing all over the work the guy does.

The thread dies....

Can't you shitheads STFU and go post on one of the thousands of worthless threads that are started here every 5 minutes?

Fuckwads!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2253205


I agree, I also worked hard and would rather people discuss the contents rather than bicker.
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This is not about you. It's about fuckwads shitting up the important threads with the worthless funny-ha-ha's and their cute little smiley's.

Most of SS's important threads can be filtered down to about 2-3 pages of quality content, the other 85 pages are just pure bullshit contributed by fuckwads.


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are ya'll crazy, i'm really asking this is the plot of star trek generation some nerd obviously thought he could scare someone into believing this and i guess it worked show me some evidence, CME's happing all the time and what make you think that in the earths 4.5 billion year existence that this would happen in the smallest micron of time which we have existed, this is human imagination running wild nothing more.
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Go away noob. hfyodahf
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Why is it called the " nemesis " of the plasma universe ?
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needed something bad ass to offset the queer(and not very doomish)sounding "scientific" term "fluffy"...1dunno1lmaopeace
 Quoting: exiled1


So it's good or bad..?.., or nobody really knows donk...? and there's just a bunch of theories floating around ? If I wasn't confused before I found the fluffy ribbons I sure am now.

afro
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Right on!!
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Why is it called the " nemesis " of the plasma universe ?
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needed something bad ass to offset the queer(and not very doomish)sounding "scientific" term "fluffy"...1dunno1lmaopeace
 Quoting: exiled1


You laugh at Fluffy and he'll kick your ass.
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:flatfluffy:
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LOL!
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Nice additions to the argument Plasmare.
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No, just the same old ones... It's not easy to maintain all the relevant information in one thread, so many people just skip to the end because some threads are simply too long to read thoroughly. Just look at the magnetosphere thread... It's a behemoth.
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Thanks for your contribution. I value it greatly and it is meaningful. Many of us out here are like toddlers, crashing in to the walls whilst trying to learn to walk.

I've been following, or trying to, ever since I bumped in the associated threads. Reading them all is one thing, digesting them another, and finally organizing the information in to knowledge and useful information that an individual can use and also use to explain to others; Well, that's what everyone wants obviously, but of course you remember and value things best when you actually have to work for them. So I understand some of Anon 2253205 frustrations.

Right now it seems we are experiencing reports of malfunctioning electronic gear in Vancouver BC on the docks. Other anomalous reports are visible.

Since this Plasma Cloud is a charged cloud, interacting with the planetary fields, we must then be experiencing some early effects. Right now the Vancouver Docks are supposedly being effected, but other reports of annomolous electrical malfunctions have been happening for some time, usually with a plausible explanation.

Any thoughts from anyone on this?

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This thread will be devoted to the ideas presented by topics related to the "ALL I CAN SAY, IS THAT SOME OF YOU ARE VERY CLOSE" thread.


I will try and structure much of the information, dissecting out of the thread certain material that I and others deem irrelevant, and updating posts with summaries of pertinent information. That way we can see some of the connections without having to traipse through an entire thread. We can just jump to certain pages if we are curious about a certain phenom.

One thing I want everyone to try and do (when possible) is summarize briefly in laymen terms any highly educated input. If a certain person posts something but doesn't have time to summarize, maybe someone else can summarize with a question to the original poster, "RIGHT?" That way, others won't get drowned in 'over the head' theories or ideas.

PLEASE, if anyone has other suggestions, throw them out. I will try and structure the thread every now and then to keep everyone up to date (kinda like I did on the last one).

Good luck, and may the force be with you


fluf

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OMG I love that you used my "solar death" drawing on your post!!! :)
Occam's Razor, morans!
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This thread will be devoted to the ideas presented by topics related to the "ALL I CAN SAY, IS THAT SOME OF YOU ARE VERY CLOSE" thread.


I will try and structure much of the information, dissecting out of the thread certain material that I and others deem irrelevant, and updating posts with summaries of pertinent information. That way we can see some of the connections without having to traipse through an entire thread. We can just jump to certain pages if we are curious about a certain phenom.

One thing I want everyone to try and do (when possible) is summarize briefly in laymen terms any highly educated input. If a certain person posts something but doesn't have time to summarize, maybe someone else can summarize with a question to the original poster, "RIGHT?" That way, others won't get drowned in 'over the head' theories or ideas.

PLEASE, if anyone has other suggestions, throw them out. I will try and structure the thread every now and then to keep everyone up to date (kinda like I did on the last one).

Good luck, and may the force be with you


:fluf:

:diebitches:
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OMG I love that you used my "solar death" drawing on your post!!! :)
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NO WAY! That is yours?!?! LMAO. I was browsing images in Google and came across it! That is too funny!
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This thread will be devoted to the ideas presented by topics related to the "ALL I CAN SAY, IS THAT SOME OF YOU ARE VERY CLOSE" thread.


I will try and structure much of the information, dissecting out of the thread certain material that I and others deem irrelevant, and updating posts with summaries of pertinent information. That way we can see some of the connections without having to traipse through an entire thread. We can just jump to certain pages if we are curious about a certain phenom.

One thing I want everyone to try and do (when possible) is summarize briefly in laymen terms any highly educated input. If a certain person posts something but doesn't have time to summarize, maybe someone else can summarize with a question to the original poster, "RIGHT?" That way, others won't get drowned in 'over the head' theories or ideas.

PLEASE, if anyone has other suggestions, throw them out. I will try and structure the thread every now and then to keep everyone up to date (kinda like I did on the last one).

Good luck, and may the force be with you


fluf

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 Quoting: Sickscent


OMG I love that you used my "solar death" drawing on your post!!! :)
 Quoting: MartianPrincess


NO WAY! That is yours?!?! LMAO. I was browsing images in Google and came across it! That is too funny!
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Haha yeah I was amused (and a little scared) of all the solar doom so I created it. Still have the original link to it, where you can see it in color! Check it out and enjoy ;) [link to artpad.art.com]

Occam's Razor, morans!
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This thread will be devoted to the ideas presented by topics related to the "ALL I CAN SAY, IS THAT SOME OF YOU ARE VERY CLOSE" thread.


I will try and structure much of the information, dissecting out of the thread certain material that I and others deem irrelevant, and updating posts with summaries of pertinent information. That way we can see some of the connections without having to traipse through an entire thread. We can just jump to certain pages if we are curious about a certain phenom.

One thing I want everyone to try and do (when possible) is summarize briefly in laymen terms any highly educated input. If a certain person posts something but doesn't have time to summarize, maybe someone else can summarize with a question to the original poster, "RIGHT?" That way, others won't get drowned in 'over the head' theories or ideas.

PLEASE, if anyone has other suggestions, throw them out. I will try and structure the thread every now and then to keep everyone up to date (kinda like I did on the last one).

Good luck, and may the force be with you


:fluf:

:diebitches:
 Quoting: Sickscent


OMG I love that you used my "solar death" drawing on your post!!! :)
 Quoting: MartianPrincess


NO WAY! That is yours?!?! LMAO. I was browsing images in Google and came across it! That is too funny!
 Quoting: SickScent



Haha yeah I was amused (and a little scared) of all the solar doom so I created it. Still have the original link to it, where you can see it in color! Check it out and enjoy ;) [link to artpad.art.com]

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cruise
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Things have been slow at work lately...... moshpit
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Too bad this isn't the kind of "popular" doom people are interested in like that tiny little comet to fit tiny little minds.
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So can someone verify I have this right?


We are passing through an area of space with intense magnetic energies and these are interacting with the outer edge of the heliosphere. The heliosphere is the bubble formed by solar winds interacting with forces at the edge of the solar system, keeping activity within the Milky Way and cosmic storms away from Earth and the other planets. The heliosphere can change shape and size depending on what its interacting with; its the result of a kind of a mix of solar activity and external galactic pressure that constantly fluctuates.

My questions:
This magnetic ribbon or whatever could or has penetrated the heliosphere?

The magnetic ribbon is interacting with the sun electrically and causing increased solar activity?

We can expect either massive CME, or exposure to forces outside a weakened heliosphere, or the ribbon itself hitting Earth, to cause problems with our grid and other systems sometime in 2012?


thanks
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I can tell this is going to be one intense galactic ray summer and maybe much longer than one summer(lol) if the Boeing poster is giving us all the pieces.

To sum this up the way I see the pieces falling you have to start small.

Our own magnetosphere protects us from our sun, the suns heliosphere protect the sun and us (for now) against the density of plasma and galactic rays.

The solar heliosphere is going to be compressed by the pressure at some point so that falls short of ONE AU, exposing the earth shielding to be directly exposed to the galactic rays and plasma.

The intense galactic magnetic rays will leak in and put us back into the 1800 electric wise with not just one galactic EMP but a long extended series of EMPs.

We will loose all power, mankind will riot, food may not even grow (which explains why they created that Arctic seed storage project from seeds of all nations).
The underground bases will probably be the only places with power since being underground creates a natural Faraday cage for them.

Look at the surface condition of the moon and other planets in our solar system that have not been kept safer inside our magnetosphere and you can see what could happen to our planet in a worst case scenario.

---Complete doom for surface life that are unprepared---

Now the good side of the story. It's still bleak but not completely bleak for the few that survive.

Apparently it is clear....The earth has been through this probably many times before without looking like the surface of the moon, or venus, so that has to mean that our magnetosphere must have given the earth some protection in it's history.
However, mankind on the surface probably won't survive unless they live away from others and can live off grid, since there won't be a grid anymore and they best be very good at protecting the few resources they have.

Hopefully, for the sake of the survivability of the spices of mankind, the one's that can not live without the grid, that can't live without a supermarket or pumped in water or a sewage system that won't work decide to commit suicide so they don't become rogue hunters of the few that might be able to survive on their meager resources. Cannibalism could very much be a reality to our "New" world.

My take in things explains the existence of everything from the FEMA camps, to marshal law and more. I don't see the government just sitting underground and watching all of us on the top to become cannibals, but who knows, especially if they want to strengthen the human race by letting the strongest survive.

Yes, I agree with the Boeing man...It's going to get very bad folks. I wish I just knew when and how long it will last.

Shopping list:
Automatic Assault Rifle so I can kill and maybe even consume burglars. (I'm not above cannibalism if it's cooked right, probably tastes like ham anyway.)
More ammo, can never have enough!
Solar battery chargers to recharge 2 perimeter alarms.
Buy 6 more perimeter alarms just in case.
Lots of water! (Thank goodness my property backs up to a good sized lake)
Powerless water filter system.
I already have chickens for meat and eggs protein.
I do need a nice faraday cage to hold my 2 solar panels and a few deep cycle batteries.
Lots of salt for food storage.
Netting for food drying and sleeping with the windows open since the AC won't be working anymore.
Traps and snares for burglars and wildlife and the thousand of homeless pets that people will toss out since they can't feed them.

I think this is going to be the time where people have to choose to die by their own intention or lack of and only the strong well prepared will survive.

This of how horrible this could get.
Silent churches filled with rotting bodies that were trying to find piece when their food ran out combined with rogue cannibals.
All because they can't stop sucking the power grid bobble.

:/