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Can NASA call this random & normal? The recent "impact", auroras & "solar eruption"?

 
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Can NASA call this random & normal? The recent "impact", auroras & "solar eruption"?





recent thread:

Thread: Predictable period of Mysterious booms, Magnetic field disturbances, Mega Quakes & Fireballs? The proof, the patterns! watch is on!

thread from 2012:

Thread: Sun & NASA Bullshit exposed! Another source responsible for specific twisting of Earth's magnetic field & charged particle influx.


is below a coincidence?

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2013 wasn't "normal" either

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Beautiful aurora in Norfolk

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The end of the Great Year is upon us. The cycle always ends in cataclysm as we evolve through higher frequencies. I'm looking forward to it. This society is the most horrendous, sick manifestation in the history of the planet. It will be glorious to see it gone to make way for something far better.
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I think NASA is sharting their pants!!

Literally...
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I think NASA is sharting their pants!!

Literally...
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The end of the Great Year is upon us. The cycle always ends in cataclysm as we evolve through higher frequencies. I'm looking forward to it. This society is the most horrendous, sick manifestation in the history of the planet. It will be glorious to see it gone to make way for something far better.
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well said mate...good to read wisdom


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Beautiful aurora in Norfolk

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SO's attribute the recent geomagnetic activity to coronal holes and M1 flare(s) not so much the glancing blow from the X5. Starts about the 2 min mark:



The sun appears to be very weak nonetheless. In 2002, during the last double-peak, there were X flares daily, sometimes hourly.

Now our magneetoshpere is 15% weaker.

For some reason the large sunspots spout off on the eastern limb but then go quiet as they rotate towards us, this probably won't always be the case ...

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Why do I keep thinking that Ukraine is a 'distraction' from whats really happening in the heavens? It makes no sense. I must find out when Syria kicked off. ..
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So do you think this has to do with the magnetisphere or pole change? I watch the sun daily 3 or 4 times a day and the x 4.9 flare wasnt facing earth and should have completely missed us.Thats how I felt but these auroras are going further and further south everyday. Great post OP ...5 starsbump
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Things can be unusual, and still not be doom.

It's unusual for your heart to skip a beat, but when it does, it doesn't mean you are having a cardiac event.
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Dunno why you're getting so upset over magnetic reconnection.

It's still a lttle understood phenomena but you are hyping it up like something else:




The effects of seasonal and diurnal variations in the Earth's magnetic dipole orientation on solar wind-magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling

Observations have shown that the cross-polar cap potential tends to maximize near the equinoxes, when on average μ = 0, with smaller values observed near the solstices. This is similar to the well-known semiannual variation in geomagnetic activity.

[link to adsabs.harvard.edu]



The dependence of the coupled magnetosphere-ionosphere-thermosphere system on the Earth's magnetic dipole moment.

[link to www.hao.ucar.edu]





And NASA are sending up some new instruments to study it:




NASA building instrument to study magnetic reconnection

[link to www.sciencedaily.com]
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Weather manipulation.
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good thread, thanks.
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Dunno why you're getting so upset over magnetic reconnection.

It's still a lttle understood phenomena but you are hyping it up like something else:




The effects of seasonal and diurnal variations in the Earth's magnetic dipole orientation on solar wind-magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling

Observations have shown that the cross-polar cap potential tends to maximize near the equinoxes, when on average μ = 0, with smaller values observed near the solstices. This is similar to the well-known semiannual variation in geomagnetic activity.

[link to adsabs.harvard.edu]



The dependence of the coupled magnetosphere-ionosphere-thermosphere system on the Earth's magnetic dipole moment.

[link to www.hao.ucar.edu]





And NASA are sending up some new instruments to study it:




NASA building instrument to study magnetic reconnection

[link to www.sciencedaily.com]
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Re: Can NASA call this random & normal? The recent "impact", auroras & "solar eruption"?
Dunno why you're getting so upset over magnetic reconnection.

It's still a lttle understood phenomena but you are hyping it up like something else:




The effects of seasonal and diurnal variations in the Earth's magnetic dipole orientation on solar wind-magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling

Observations have shown that the cross-polar cap potential tends to maximize near the equinoxes, when on average μ = 0, with smaller values observed near the solstices. This is similar to the well-known semiannual variation in geomagnetic activity.

[link to adsabs.harvard.edu]



The dependence of the coupled magnetosphere-ionosphere-thermosphere system on the Earth's magnetic dipole moment.

[link to www.hao.ucar.edu]





And NASA are sending up some new instruments to study it:




NASA building instrument to study magnetic reconnection

[link to www.sciencedaily.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 54965110


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Are you noticing the connection!?!?!?!?!?!?!

All these mega quakes since 2010 from February through April occurred in tune with disturbances of Earth's magnetic field.

This is not the BS NASA is spewing.
Does that explain the earthquakes?

Or how it's also the period now when mysterious booms increase and can be predicted?

Thread: Predictable period of Mysterious booms, Magnetic field disturbances, Mega Quakes & Fireballs? The proof, the patterns! watch is on!

If it's "magnetic reconnection" then I shouldn't have been able to accurately predict when Earth would be hit by something and NASA will try to blame in on solar eruptions.. days before it occurred!
All simply by studying the data and patterns.

Thread: Sun & NASA Bullshit exposed! Another source responsible for specific twisting of Earth's magnetic field & charged particle influx.
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Re: Can NASA call this random & normal? The recent "impact", auroras & "solar eruption"?
Yesterday thar entire town of Arcanum Ohio ( The secret place)
They lost all electricity for around 4 hours , and my parents neighbor came home and found the electrical pole that sits in his yard, the trandformer had burst into flames and was burning so Jason didn't want to pull in his drive.

We had crazy cell phone stuff going on too.
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Yesterday thar entire town of Arcanum Ohio ( The secret place)
They lost all electricity for around 4 hours , and my parents neighbor came home and found the electrical pole that sits in his yard, the trandformer had burst into flames and was burning so Jason didn't want to pull in his drive.

We had crazy cell phone stuff going on too.
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Did it got any media report? It's deeply concerning if this was related to the solar storm, an X 4.9 flare was not certainly strong enough for causing that kind of problem, unless the magnetosphere was momentarily really really weak.
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