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Solar Wind Smashes into Earth

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Solar Wind Smashes into Earth
[link to www.doomdaily.com]

This is a part day observation covering only the active periods from 11:40 on June 28th 2009 till 04:40 on June 29th 2009
Day 179 June 28 2009

Lowest Solar Wind @ SOHO L1 345.80 Max 430.30

Lowest Solar Wind @ ACE L1 349.6 Max 449.6

It has long been established that magnetic storms not only affect the performance of equipment, upset radio communications, blackout radars, and disrupt radio navigation systems but also endanger living organisms. They change the blood flow, especially in capillaries, affect blood pressure, and boost adrenalin.The young and fit couldn’t care less, but those who are older, may develop problems. They have to consider the state of magnetosphere in their daily plans. Before, people were glued to weather forecasts. Now they are obsessed with the geomagnetic situation.

But what is a magnetic storm?

Shortly after the launch of the first satellites, mankind discovered the solar wind - a continuous flow of hot plasma from the solar corona. At a distance of 10-12 Earth’s radii in the direction of the Sun, where the energy of the solar wind equals that of the Earth’s magnetic field, solar wind particles change their direction, and flow around the Earth, forming a comet-like plasma vacuum — the magnetosphere. The size of its sophisticated but fairly stable structure depends on solar wind pressure, and hence, on solar activity.

The tail of the magnetosphere, which stretches for hundreds of thousands of kilometers in the direction opposite to the Sun, accumulates magnetic energy. From time to time, it is released in explosions, which heat up plasma, and create powerful electric currents (millions of amperes). When such bursts follow one another, the magnetosphere is filled to capacity with hot plasma, while its electric currents embrace the entire near-Earth space. These phenomena are referred to as magnetic storms.

The heart and cardio-vascular system have always been considered the main biological targets of geomagnetic activity. However, the damage inflicted by magnetic storms on human health has been found to be different. Experts from the Institute of Space Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Institute of Physics of the Earth (RAS), and the Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy have established that the biggest danger emanates from the micro variations of the geomagnetic field, which coincide with the heartbeat. They occur in about half of all magnetic storms, and are most typical for a prelude to a storm with insignificant changes in the geomagnetic field (mostly affecting high altitudes), and for the recovery phase, when the geomagnetic field is coming back to normal.

Medical statistics for Moscow show that 70% of all micro variations, caused by geomagnetic disturbances, are accompanied by an abnormally high incidence of heart attacks (a growth of about 13%), and blood-strokes (7.5% growth). The low and extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields destabilize the heartbeat, leading to a sudden death or infarction. Medical experts have finally explained why heart attacks take a heavy toll before a magnetic storm - because micro variations begin 24 hours before the storm.

And here some comments from the website:

Doomy Hendrix says:
June 30, 2009 at 16:33

Carl Sagan reports that a study was conducted to determine what environmental phenomena were responsible for periodic bouts of unpredictable behavior, including rage, among inmates at an insane asylum. After food, moon phases, instutitional rule adjustments and other variables were eliminated, it was determined that during solar storms inmate behavior, generally speaking, became unpredictable. Solar storms triggered a worsening of already insane behaviors.

Djtru says:
June 30, 2009 at 16:59

There has been several anomolous incidents latlely that I feel can be attributed to these phenomona. The air france incident over the atlantic, the D.C. Metro crash,the deaths of Billy mays and even perhaps Michael Jackson, The new airbus crash over the indian ocean, and the train derailment in italy. I feel like i’m onto something here, I’ll have to check back with you guys ; )

solar panels says:
June 30, 2009 at 17:38

I was wondering how do They change the blood flow, especially in capillaries, affect blood pressure, and boost adrenalin.
harbinger says:
June 30, 2009 at 18:13

Yes. There is an article here about the Flight 447 and the same magnetosphere hit!

Maybe this is an angle. Also note how it can give people cardiac problems… MJ ;)

harbinger says:
June 30, 2009 at 18:14

It can also cause really bad sleeping problems. Its basically electricity in the air. It would have an effect on the human body in some form.
Pressure could be an area to research.
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Re: Solar Wind Smashes into Earth
This is extremely interesting, Simone, and probably would explain all the "I feel off" threads I've seen on here the past couple of days. I was thinking Mercury in Retrograde, but that's not the case again until September. Thanks for sharing this with us.