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HnryBwmn (OP)

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Can someone explain to me what the big continent-spanning bubbles are, on this graph?

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Yesterday I caught a blue one that covered all of North and South America. This morning there was one over Europe. They seem to appear suddenly and then fade away in minutes or hours.
 Quoting: elliotmtl 3170929


I think those are areas of high ionization. Auroras and radio interference areas .
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Interesting information from AA, thanks for posting it.

I currently live in Thailand. 19 degrees. My home is situated in the middle of hundreds of acres of rice paddies and farm land. I have noticed no die off of plants, and the frogs during this time of year make it hard to sleep. I have not noticed any thing unusual in regards to animal behavior.

One thing that I have noticed, being 60, that the color and intensity of the sun seems to have increased or changed.

The plasma cloud we have entered into does seem to effecting the sun and hence the earth and the other planets, but I feel that there are some other factors that are not being taken into consideration as of yet in this thread. Not an expert by any means so I hope my verbage is correct. It would seem that we are receiving incoming energies from a far more distant source also, in the form of energies being emited by stars. Not sure what they are called, but their is evidence to suggest that this is not the first time this has happened, based on ice core samples. Can AA speak to this or anyone else. sk
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Interesting information from AA, thanks for posting it.

I currently live in Thailand. 19 degrees. My home is situated in the middle of hundreds of acres of rice paddies and farm land. I have noticed no die off of plants, and the frogs during this time of year make it hard to sleep. I have not noticed any thing unusual in regards to animal behavior.

One thing that I have noticed, being 60, that the color and intensity of the sun seems to have increased or changed.

The plasma cloud we have entered into does seem to effecting the sun and hence the earth and the other planets, but I feel that there are some other factors that are not being taken into consideration as of yet in this thread. Not an expert by any means so I hope my verbage is correct. It would seem that we are receiving incoming energies from a far more distant source also, in the form of energies being emited by stars. Not sure what they are called, but their is evidence to suggest that this is not the first time this has happened, based on ice core samples. Can AA speak to this or anyone else. sk
 Quoting: seeker2


Again, I'm not a scientist, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn last night.

There is alot of evidence that weird crap is going on. the reversal of the solar wind, what, back in March? I think was mentioned about page 264 with a video posted by Parvati. That was strange. No explanation conclusively by any authority.

Strange days indeed. Hell I don't know what's in store.
How's that for an uninformative honest answer?
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Ummm... could we possibly have a little less 'sacred text' quotes and more hard science? Thanking you in advance.
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Almost all of the "Sacred Texts" as you call them are now posted.
Get the GLP to "unban" him and maybe he'll grace us with more of his ludicrous ideas.

(If he was banned, we don't know why he is absent).
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I (think) the a/c was referring to the texts from the Bhagavagita & others from ancient times. They are a science unto themselves & are a testament to what we see happening today. Nice to have confirmation from this valuable source also.
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Re-posting the information on the previous thread.. without the distractions, nit-picking and obvious attempts to derail.. is brilliant.
Pavrati deserves a medal for organizing the data..
The intended message of the info presented by AA will be better understood this way.

Many thanks to H and P. hf

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Both blessings to GLP!!
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Dang, does that cancel the negative Karma I've been getting?

Thank you much. We can use all the Blessings we can get.

Like the 2 bushel of peppers I just picked. Geuss my day is planned out........
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I donated some green & forgot to leave my name. Its the tks for moderating etc.
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Normal in Vancouver BC too. He claimed due to glacier/ice cap melting.
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same here is WA
use a compass and watch the fluxuating magnetic fields

the only way i can think of to truly protect yourself from the magnetically charged plasma is to construct a magnetic shieling device that matches the polarization of the plasma field, thus repelling it

lol like we can afford that


h**rp?
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Ummm... could we possibly have a little less 'sacred text' quotes and more hard science? Thanking you in advance.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18595606


Almost all of the "Sacred Texts" as you call them are now posted.
Get the GLP to "unban" him and maybe he'll grace us with more of his ludicrous ideas.

(If he was banned, we don't know why he is absent).
 Quoting: HnryBwmn


I (think) the a/c was referring to the texts from the Bhagavagita & others from ancient times. They are a science unto themselves & are a testament to what we see happening today. Nice to have confirmation from this valuable source also.
 Quoting: ohhappydays


I'm enjoying the "Sacred Stuff" too.

Since I AM the "sponsor" of the part II thread I say it stays.
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Re-posting the information on the previous thread.. without the distractions, nit-picking and obvious attempts to derail.. is brilliant.
Pavrati deserves a medal for organizing the data..
The intended message of the info presented by AA will be better understood this way.

Many thanks to H and P. hf

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1295673


Both blessings to GLP!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8637765


Dang, does that cancel the negative Karma I've been getting?

Thank you much. We can use all the Blessings we can get.

Like the 2 bushel of peppers I just picked. Geuss my day is planned out........
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I donated some green & forgot to leave my name. Its the tks for moderating etc. Will trade you for some peppers.tounge
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Re-posting the information on the previous thread.. without the distractions, nit-picking and obvious attempts to derail.. is brilliant.
Pavrati deserves a medal for organizing the data..
The intended message of the info presented by AA will be better understood this way.

Many thanks to H and P. hf

~
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1295673


Both blessings to GLP!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8637765


Dang, does that cancel the negative Karma I've been getting?

Thank you much. We can use all the Blessings we can get.

Like the 2 bushel of peppers I just picked. Geuss my day is planned out........
 Quoting: HnryBwmn


I donated some green & forgot to leave my name. Its the tks for moderating etc.
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Luv ya, pershitate it too.
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Lord knows I gotta lotta peppers to trade.

How about you come for a visit?

I'm gonna need a buncha help canning real quick.
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Well while you guys are seemingly suffering a severe drought - in Ireland it's more rain than normal! Temps rarely exceed 23 degrees this summer...mainly between 13-18...it's miserable never getting ANY solar radiation!

Sounds like we're in for a massive dose...i'm quietly excited...despite the potential doomage of such an occurance - they say a change is as good as a rest - and by god, i need a rest!
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I've got one Irish fellow in my garden thread, he's having a helluva time getting much to do well. I think he said he has a greenhouse, which would help with excessive rain. Won't fix the lack of sunshine problem though.

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Threads becomes derailed by OP lol
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Yes OP that fellow that posted a few days ago is moi! Altho' i'm the lady fellow variety hahahaa...

Gardening is something i realllly love...but in the 4 yrs of trying it in this country...i am filled with so much sorrow to see most of my plants failing.

Would love to move - yep i love thriving plants THAT much! Been dreaming of the south of France...but these times globally make me feel i should stay put for a couple of yrs...

Glad to hear you're getting copious peppers!! The slugs enjoyed devouring all my plants - in one night! (why do they always go for the growing tip first!?!)

Thanx for the thread OP :-) Am very keen to follow solar awareness.
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hi OP this thread from 7/24/2010 just landed on the front page.


seems to be in line with what AA was saying

Thread: Attention! We are NOT passing through the plane of the Galaxy! The correct 2012 "event" is explained here.
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Threads becomes derailed by OP lol
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Talented fellow, No?

Yess.
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The weather and temps where I live are actually very normal.
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Yes, well wherever you live might not be nearest to the areas affected by these transitions in our Sun.

There are more changes coming around the bend that we can not even imagine happening. Scary to think that "normal" is such an oddity that we boast about it when we are lucky enough to live in a "normal" area of the globe.
It is so strange to feel so out of sync mentally and physically while these changes are upon us, however small-scale they may appear presently.
Live and let live, for we all have our own lessons to learn.
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hi OP this thread from 7/24/2010 just landed on the front page.


seems to be in line with what AA was saying

Thread: Attention! We are NOT passing through the plane of the Galaxy! The correct 2012 "event" is explained here.
 Quoting: anon2121416 20311597


Actually disagrees with much of AA.
And Mayans.
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Big softball green pepper and 2 large yellow bananas and a big fresh tomatoe and 3 Omish eggs with some cheddar cheese.....
Still good to be alive.

Call it lunch, skipped breakfast.

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The weather and temps where I live are actually very normal.
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Yes, well wherever you live might not be nearest to the areas affected by these transitions in our Sun.

There are more changes coming around the bend that we can not even imagine happening. Scary to think that "normal" is such an oddity that we boast about it when we are lucky enough to live in a "normal" area of the globe.
It is so strange to feel so out of sync mentally and physically while these changes are upon us, however small-scale they may appear presently.
 Quoting: Angel Helper


Actually to be totally fair almost all of the input in this thread is from North America, or more specifically, the USA. We cannot really say definitively that the weather is very weird in any place other than the eastern 2/3rds of the USA and possibly southeastern Canada.
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Hey Henry do you still think there will be no harvest this year? I remember some months ago that you said you figured no harvest this year.
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hi OP this thread from 7/24/2010 just landed on the front page.


seems to be in line with what AA was saying

Thread: Attention! We are NOT passing through the plane of the Galaxy! The correct 2012 "event" is explained here.
 Quoting: anon2121416 20311597


Actually disagrees with much of AA.
And Mayans.
 Quoting: HnryBwmn



but he has the same date, lol
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speaking from someone residing in the midwest, I can tell you there will be no harvest, there's been many MSM interviews with cattle owners and large scale farmers singing the blues about how everything is fried, better yet, having to sell their cattle making for thousands of $$ in losses, and most of all crops lost due to the high temperatures. Forecasters for the next 10 days continue to assure excesive heat of almost unprecendented stature. Heard some talk about water rationing coming soon near us, if this does not change soon, so it is not a pretty sight.
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This map might explain some of the weather anonmalies:

[link to weather.unisys.com]

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from

"There’s a whole lot of cold water hanging out off the western coast of the United States and Europe, even off Africa’s western coast."

[link to iceagenow.info]


"These noaa maps indicate above average temperatures forecast for the high arctic (above 80 deg. N) from November through to April, at least. It also indicates a colder than normal winter for the eastern half of the United States."

[link to www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov]

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NOAA Drought Outlook: Little Relief Ahead
Nick Wiltgen Updated: Jul 21, 2012

Little relief is in sight from the drought that now encompasses nearly two-thirds of the U.S., according to the latest three-month outlook from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), released Thursday.

…For the rapidly worsening drought in the Midwest, prospects for relief are bleak. The NOAA outlook outlines a bullseye over the Corn Belt where precipitation is expected to be below average.

"Unfortunately, the self-perpetuation of regional drought conditions, with very dry soils and very limited evapotranspiration, tends to inhibit widespread development of ... existing thunderstorm complexes," the report notes.

[link to www.weather.com]

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Duststorm attacks Arizona
JULY 21, 2012

A haboob (Arabic: هَبوب‎ "strong wind") is a type of intense duststorm carried on an atmospheric gravity current.

[link to www.examiner.com]


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Midwest drought and heat increase water supply worries

Demand is approaching record levels in some areas, forcing voluntary and mandatory usage restrictions as utilities strain to pump enough water while reservoirs and other sources shrink.

[link to www.usatoday.com]

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USDA: Thirsty crops deteriorate further, desperate for rain
Angela Bowman, Staff Writer | Updated: July 23, 2012

Nearly half of the nation’s corn fields are now rated in poor to very poor condition.
Corn: 45 percent in poor to very poor condition

Soybeans: Setting pods but baking
For soybeans, the news is just as grim. Though 36 percent of the soybeans have already set pods, compared to 16 percent last week, conditions continue to decline. This week soybeans fell by 3 percentage points, with 35 percent of soybeans in poor to very poor condition.


[link to www.cattlenetwork.com]


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Rain forecasts send corn futures lower on Monday
Doane Agricultural Services | Updated: July 23, 2012

[link to www.cattlenetwork.com]



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Can someone explain to me what the big continent-spanning bubbles are, on this graph?

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Yesterday I caught a blue one that covered all of North and South America. This morning there was one over Europe. They seem to appear suddenly and then fade away in minutes or hours.
 Quoting: elliotmtl 3170929



I believe that bubble circle is when the Sun itself is the source.
Now you will know that I am NOT AA!

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]


Global D-Region Absorption Prediction
Introduction

Long-range communications using high frequency (HF) radio waves (3 - 30 MHz) depend on reflection of the signals in the ionosphere. Radio waves are typically reflected near the peak of the F2 layer (~300 km altitude), but along the path to the F2 peak and back the radio wave signal suffers attenuation due to absorption by the intervening ionosphere.

Absorption is the process by which the energy of radio waves is converted into heat and electromagnetic (EM) noise through interactions between the radio wave, ionospheric electrons, and the neutral atmosphere (for a more extensive description of the absorption process see Davies, 1990).

Most of the absorption occurs in the ionospheric D region (50–90 km altitude) where the product of the electron density and the electron-neutral collision frequency attains a maximum. Within this region the neutral density is relatively constant over time, so variations in the local electron density drive the total amount of absorption.

The electron density is a function of many parameters and normally varies with local time, latitude, season, and over the solar cycle. These "natural" changes are predictable, and affect absorption only moderately at the lowest HF frequencies. Much more significant changes to the absorption strength are seen as a result of sudden increases of electron density in the D region (the classic short wave fade) due to, for example, solar X-ray flares on the dayside or solar proton precipitation in the polar regions.

Solar X-ray flares have significant emission in the 0.1-0.8 nm [1-8 Å] wavelength range. This is important because these wavelengths ionize the D region, dramatically increasing local electron density, and hence the total EM absorption.

The flares, which can last from a few minutes to several hours, are rated C, M, or X according to the 0.1-0.8 nm flux as measured by instruments on the GOES satellites. To qualify as a C-class flare the flux, F, must fall within the range 10-6 &#8804; F < 10-5 W·m-2, for M-class 10-5 &#8804; F < 10-4 W·m-2, and X-class F &#8805; 10-4 W·m-2. In standard notation the letters act as multipliers, for example C3.2 equates to a flux of 3.2 x 10-6 W·m-2. The C, M, and X classification is based on the full-disk X-ray emission from the sun.

During periods of high solar activity, such as solar maximum, the background flux may increase to C-class levels for days at a time, even without flare activity.

The D region electron density is directly driven by the total X-ray flux regardless of the source, so these periods of high background flux are equally important to radio absorption. Due to geometric effects, D region ionization by solar X-rays is greatest at the sub-solar point, where the sun is directly overhead. The amount of ionization and absorption falls with distance away from the sub-solar point, reaching zero at the day/night terminator. The night-side of the Earth is unaffected.

The precipitation of protons (as well as other ions) into the earth’s atmosphere during the Solar Energetic Particle (SEP) events can also create significant enhancements of ionospheric electron densities in the D region.

Solar protons with energies between 1 to 200 MeV are primarily responsible for most of ionization of the D region and, consequently, for the ionospheric absorption of HF radio waves. Because of shielding of the earth by its magnetic field SEPs find easy access to the atmosphere only in high latitude regions around the earth’s geomagnetic poles. Such occurrences are therefore termed Polar Cap Absorption (PCA) events.

The latitudinal extent of the polar cap in turn is determined by the disturbance level of the geomagnetic field, which is typically characterized by geomagnetic indices such as Kp.

[link to www.solarham.net]

Determination of the rate of ion-pair production due to the propagation of energetic particles through the atmosphere requires the input particle spectrum, which is best provided by direct satellite observations, as well as a realistic model of the atmospheric density.

Determination of the effective recombination coefficients which determine the resulting electron density profiles is less certain. These parameters depend upon a complex atmospheric chemistry and so upon altitude, time of day, season, and solar illumination. As a consequence of these dependences, the day-time and night-time recombination and detachment rates are significantly different and therefore result in quite different levels of absorption for same incident energetic particle spectrum.

More here:

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

[Thanks NiNzrez!]

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

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Nibiru ...

Zecharia Sitchin was a very careful scholar.
However, he publicly admitted that he couldn't figure out what the word "Nibiru" meant.
I was at that Denver lecture/presentation.
And that one night in a dream, it came to him that Nibiru was a planet, the planet of the Anunnaki.
So essentially Sitchin 'channeled' the idea!

This fact always makes me laugh.
The rest was made up by countless entrepreneurs.
Rubbish.
Of all Sitchin's theories, this one became the most abused.
Which also bothered him.


"People prefer false ideas."

Last Edited by Parvati on 07/28/2012 02:44 AM
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dance

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AA points out many times that the effects are NOT uniform in all locations, not homogenous.
So many are experiencing terrible droughts, floods, weather and solar radiaiton weirdness.
While other locations are more normal.

I think of this plasma thing, his
"presence of high density of magnetically polarized plasma in the galactic plane which we are now entering"
as poorly mashed potatoes.
Some parts are lumpy and thick, while other are soopy and thin.
He does seem to think that the equatorial regions will get the worst of it.

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Last Edited by Parvati on 07/28/2012 02:45 AM
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speaking from someone residing in the midwest, I can tell you there will be no harvest, there's been many MSM interviews with cattle owners and large scale farmers singing the blues about how everything is fried, better yet, having to sell their cattle making for thousands of $$ in losses, and most of all crops lost due to the high temperatures. Forecasters for the next 10 days continue to assure excesive heat of almost unprecendented stature. Heard some talk about water rationing coming soon near us, if this does not change soon, so it is not a pretty sight.
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Sorry to hear that man. I guess we're all gonna have to pay thru the nose for this at the supermarket. TPTB are probably loving it. I wouldn't be surprised if they are the ones keeping this heatwave going. The temps should at least start to drop off by September.

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