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Radio Topic 03/28/2017 – Off the Charts Solar Ultra-Violet Radiation, Time to Protect Yourself & Your Pets

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So satellite data says we’re having extremely high radiation right now from the sun & an interplanetary helium cloud passing through the solar system reacting with the sun & the regular solar wind. There are hot debates as to the source of this extra helium, but we’re definitely getting hit with X-rays, Gamma rays, UVA rays, UVB rays are off the scale, & UVC radiation is reaching the ground when it’s never supposed to, from all these particle collisions going on in space. These are also causing magnetic storms, which are feeding energy into the earth through our magnetic poles, heating up the Earth’s core (no, humanity didn’t do it, nor can stop it), causing all these drastically …

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Update on incoming Space Weather – giant volcanoes awakening

Campi Felgrei, near Naples & PompeiiRe: Supervolcano ‘worse than Vesuvius’ that could kill MILLIONS across Europe ‘ready to blow

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“fustbariclation” The chances of an eruption in the next year or two are much higher than usual, because we are going through a grand solar minimum, which has started two years early, and is likely to last until 2050 or 2060. Particularly during the decline into the minimum, during the first year or two, the effect on the magnetosphere is marked. We’ve seen a large increase in the number of earthquakes already, since the solar minimum started in December, as well as an increase in vulcanism. We can expect more earthquakes, and more large earthquakes, as well as an increase in vulcanism generally. The reason previous solar minima have been ‘little ice ages’ has been because of the increased vulcanism – the Dalton, Maunder and Spörer minima all had increased levels of vulcanism. This was thought to be a coincidence, but recent research has shown that the low sunspot activity affects the magnetosphere that causes the increased vulcanism. So we can expect this …

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Space Weather – Incoming!!

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A friend asked what I thought about this article: What is the difference between a photon and an electron? All I can say is a photon is not to be confused with a proton, (which I now see one of the article respondents also said).  Photons exhibit both particle and wave properties. Protons only exhibit particle properties. I guess like Helium and magnetism —- A friend and I have been watching feuding astronomers on YouTube who both/all watch satellite data. What they agree on is that our solar system is passing through a massive interstellar Helium cloud with associated gamma rays, which is having drastic effects on earth’s magnetic shield (CERN seems to be standing down at the moment, but for how long?). The helium is highly magnetic, and it’s spiraling massive amounts of energy into the earth’s magnetic core through the earth’s magnetic poles, causing the earth’s core to heat up. It’s also affecting the sun, causing massive gaping coronal holes on the solar surface right now, enabling the sun to expel stronger currents of solar wind, hitting the earth with even more energy. So we are observing increased seismic and volcanic activity from this …

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Weaponizing the Sun, Rube Goldberg style

A friend sent me an article concerning today’s transit of the planet Mercury, crossing the face of the sun from earth’s perspective, and relating it to biblical doomsday prophecy.  He was wondering if he should worry. My first instinct is no.  1) Mercury orbits the sun 4 times a year, so that is not rare.  And 2) Mercury’s orbit is skewed, so it actually gets between the sun and the earth about 8 times per century, which on the astronomical scale of things, makes that not rare at all either. Mercury-orbit-a   Mercury-transit-a On the other hand, I have been watching scare tactics for years by people who want to “make us afraid” of the sun, the very thing most needed for life.  The usual tactic is to put up a spectacular image of a solar flare, along with very scary sounding articles that such a thing could take down all electronics & electronic communications, the power grid, hospitals (oh the humanity), GPS & navigation, the unnecessary and suffocating tangle of computers in automobiles & mass transit, will knock us back …

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