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Update on incoming Space Weather – giant volcanoes awakening

Re: Supervolcano ‘worse than Vesuvius’ that could kill MILLIONS across Europe ‘ready to blow‘ Yes, and what’s causing the solar minimum he describes is the giant Helium cloud the entire solar system is passing through. Essentially, we are receiving solar wind from 2 different directions. THAT is what is causing the incredible magnetic storms in space, feeding energy into the core of our plant (as well as the sun’s) through its poles (check the sun’s new gaping southern coronal hole, & the earth’s polar auroras, people). That huge magnetic energy is what is heating up the earth’s core & magma, driving the increased volcanoes & earthquakes. There is nothing mankind can do to cause or stop this. As to where the Helium cloud came from, concerned astronomers are arguing over that on their respective YouTube science channels (Higher Truth, BPEarthwatch). Some are pointing at a large passing object (larger than Jupiter, emitting its own solar wind) which will also cause increasing gravitational disruptions to the earth’s rotation & orbit as it goes by, as well as the magnetic disruptions. It’s gone by before, explaining the earth’s & the sun’s own tilt wrt the Milky Way. The astronomers might disagree on…

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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.   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 to the “dark ages”, and on and on ‘buuga buuga buuga”.   For one thing, the “dark ages” are more related to…

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