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Space Weather Message Code: ALTK04
Serial Number: 1560
Issue Time: 2012 Feb 19 0150 UTC

ALERT: Geomagnetic K-index of 4
Threshold Reached: 2012 Feb 19 0147 UTC
Synoptic Period: 0000-0300 UTC
Active Warning: Yes
Potential Impacts: Area of impact primarily poleward of 65 degrees
Geomagnetic Latitude.
Induced Currents - Weak power grid fluctuations can occur.
Aurora - Aurora may be visible at high latitudes such as Canada and
Alaska.

Link;
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Check out NICT Past few hours;

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

Out of no where we get this geomagnetic anomaly, Sun has had no action recently to effect our magnetosphere. What could this possibly be? Coronal Hole? Gravitational wave from GRB(not the focused energy from GRB but the 360deg shock-wave)?

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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Showing up here too:

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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Need better indication something weird is going on than this;

[link to geomag.usgs.gov]


I have never seen so many red spikes so close together and on every single one of them before.
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Bz still dropping;

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We seem to be entering uncharted territory so to speak.
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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Hey guys, check it out. 5 very close proximity Gamma Ray Burst in less than a week. Very close to our position too. They could cause a lot of seismic activity and could also explain some of the weird geomagnetic conditions that we have been experiencing.

[link to grb.sonoma.edu]

Calculate the constellation points of origin then add 6 days to the date of burst fast forward earth to that date and guesstimate what region, on earth, would be effected by this. Maybe someone here can calculate this for us. They usually arrive between 6 to 9 days. Remember that these GRB's can cause ripples in space in the form of electromagnetic waves and have been known to rumble and trigger quakes here on earth.
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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Hey guys, check it out. 5 very close proximity Gamma Ray Burst in less than a week. Very close to our position too. They could cause a lot of seismic activity and could also explain some of the weird geomagnetic conditions that we have been experiencing.

[link to grb.sonoma.edu]

Calculate the constellation points of origin then add 6 days to the date of burst fast forward earth to that date and guesstimate what region, on earth, would be effected by this. Maybe someone here can calculate this for us. They usually arrive between 6 to 9 days. Remember that these GRB's can cause ripples in space in the form of electromagnetic waves and have been known to rumble and trigger quakes here on earth.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


If you can work out the stars that have caused this GRB then we may get somewhere.
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BIG WHOOPS!

[link to geomag.usgs.gov]
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We seem to be entering uncharted territory so to speak.
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Uncharted territory my ass



This is some weird stuff.
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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Hey guys, check it out. 5 very close proximity Gamma Ray Burst in less than a week. Very close to our position too. They could cause a lot of seismic activity and could also explain some of the weird geomagnetic conditions that we have been experiencing.

[link to grb.sonoma.edu]

Calculate the constellation points of origin then add 6 days to the date of burst fast forward earth to that date and guesstimate what region, on earth, would be effected by this. Maybe someone here can calculate this for us. They usually arrive between 6 to 9 days. Remember that these GRB's can cause ripples in space in the form of electromagnetic waves and have been known to rumble and trigger quakes here on earth.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


If you can work out the stars that have caused this GRB then we may get somewhere.
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Came from the Lepus constellation;

[link to grb.sonoma.edu]
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They have conveniently frozen this one;

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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Hey guys, check it out. 5 very close proximity Gamma Ray Burst in less than a week. Very close to our position too. They could cause a lot of seismic activity and could also explain some of the weird geomagnetic conditions that we have been experiencing.

[link to grb.sonoma.edu]

Calculate the constellation points of origin then add 6 days to the date of burst fast forward earth to that date and guesstimate what region, on earth, would be effected by this. Maybe someone here can calculate this for us. They usually arrive between 6 to 9 days. Remember that these GRB's can cause ripples in space in the form of electromagnetic waves and have been known to rumble and trigger quakes here on earth.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


This is not good. No CME's nor flares in past few days. Then all those GRB's on that site in less than a week. This is going to cause a lot of seismic activity, volcanoes too.
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Could be the energy from the GRB of the 11th, look here;

[link to grb.sonoma.edu]
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I am placing my bets on this GRB from the 11th. The others will come in accordingly, 6 to 9 days from their inception. Very intense electromagnetic waves, highly charged intense electromagnetic energy.
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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Solarham statement;

Added 2/18/2012 @ 22:55 UTC
Solar Wind
The solar wind is at higher levels due to an incoming Coronal Hole (CH) stream. The Bz is also pointing South at times and this could help disturb the geomagnetic field at high latitudes.
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Solarham statement;

Added 2/18/2012 @ 22:55 UTC
Solar Wind
The solar wind is at higher levels due to an incoming Coronal Hole (CH) stream. The Bz is also pointing South at times and this could help disturb the geomagnetic field at high latitudes.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano



But according to NICT it's not wind it's something dense;

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]
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We seem to be entering uncharted territory so to speak.
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twilight zone hello damned
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Thanks for the pin guys.
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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Didn't the central core of our galaxy go black hole
Then a star between here and there went supernova
Now energy is incoming
Every event magnifying the core current
Like when a comet causes a CME
Except this energy isn't standard

The field currently is reacting, that is ok
When it does not and goes pale and wide - no light
Then it can come thru the fluff
It either appears the instruments are unable to read
Or something else - ?
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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Didn't the central core of our galaxy go black hole
Then a star between here and there went supernova
Now energy is incoming
Every event magnifying the core current
Like when a comet causes a CME
Except this energy isn't standard

The field currently is reacting, that is ok
When it does not and goes pale and wide - no light
Then it can come thru the fluff
It either appears the instruments are unable to read
Or something else - ?
 Quoting: Best guess 1969020


I think it might be Energy Incoming. IMHO.
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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Didn't the central core of our galaxy go black hole
Then a star between here and there went supernova
Now energy is incoming
Every event magnifying the core current
Like when a comet causes a CME
Except this energy isn't standard

The field currently is reacting, that is ok
When it does not and goes pale and wide - no light
Then it can come thru the fluff
It either appears the instruments are unable to read
Or something else - ?
 Quoting: Best guess 1969020


The centre of our milky way is listed as Saggitarius A, that's not written in stone however.
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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Didn't the central core of our galaxy go black hole
Then a star between here and there went supernova
Now energy is incoming
Every event magnifying the core current
Like when a comet causes a CME
Except this energy isn't standard

The field currently is reacting, that is ok
When it does not and goes pale and wide - no light
Then it can come thru the fluff
It either appears the instruments are unable to read
Or something else - ?
 Quoting: Best guess 1969020


The centre of our milky way is listed as Saggitarius A, that's not written in stone however.
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So there must be a Sagittarius B. Logic. spock
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Or it could just be a normal incoming coronal hole wind shock rofl
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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur;

Space Weather Message Code: ALTK04
Serial Number: 1560
Issue Time: 2012 Feb 19 0150 UTC

ALERT: Geomagnetic K-index of 4
Threshold Reached: 2012 Feb 19 0147 UTC
Synoptic Period: 0000-0300 UTC
Active Warning: Yes
Potential Impacts: Area of impact primarily poleward of 65 degrees
Geomagnetic Latitude.
Induced Currents - Weak power grid fluctuations can occur.
Aurora - Aurora may be visible at high latitudes such as Canada and
Alaska.

Link;
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Check out NICT Past few hours;

[link to www2.nict.go.jp]

Out of no where we get this geomagnetic anomaly, Sun has had no action recently to effect our magnetosphere. What could this possibly be? Coronal Hole? Gravitational wave from GRB(not the focused energy from GRB but the 360deg shock-wave)?
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


what is the cause of this?
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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Didn't the central core of our galaxy go black hole
Then a star between here and there went supernova
Now energy is incoming
Every event magnifying the core current
Like when a comet causes a CME
Except this energy isn't standard

The field currently is reacting, that is ok
When it does not and goes pale and wide - no light
Then it can come thru the fluff
It either appears the instruments are unable to read
Or something else - ?
 Quoting: Best guess 1969020


The centre of our milky way is listed as Saggitarius A, that's not written in stone however.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11025385


So there must be a Sagittarius B. Logic. spock
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There WAS a Sagittarius B.
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Or it could just be a normal incoming coronal hole wind shock rofl
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Could very well be. Just some of the USGS and NOAA sites are not providing very good info.
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Re: NOAA Admitting something is wrong Geomagnetically, stating possible power grid fluctuations can occur.
Didn't the central core of our galaxy go black hole
Then a star between here and there went supernova
Now energy is incoming
Every event magnifying the core current
Like when a comet causes a CME
Except this energy isn't standard

The field currently is reacting, that is ok
When it does not and goes pale and wide - no light
Then it can come thru the fluff
It either appears the instruments are unable to read
Or something else - ?
 Quoting: Best guess 1969020


The centre of our milky way is listed as Saggitarius A, that's not written in stone however.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11025385


So there must be a Sagittarius B. Logic. spock
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano

There WAS a Sagittarius B.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11025385


You think it's become a black hole?

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