Friday, December 27, 2013

Cosmic Waves and Magnetosphere Disturbances...what's going on?? (Updated)



You don't have to be a scientist to understand the basic information shared in this video. Something is amiss in our solar system. NOAA is either clueless or sharing altered information. What ever is happening is accelerating in frequency. Follow along with Astral Traveler and remember that English is not his first language (though he does a pretty damn good job). Comments welcome..

Update: And just in case anyone thinks that solar flares or coronal wind had anything to do with the data above, here is Spaceweather.com's post for today:

via Spaceweather.com
(ALMOST NO) CHANCE OF FLARES: Two sunspots facing Earth (AR1934 and AR1936) have 'beta-gamma' magnetic fields that harbor energy for strong flares. Both sunspots have been quiet for days, however, and they show no signs of an imminent eruption. This has prompted NOAA forecasters to place low odds on flares today: a 25% chance of M-flares and a 1% chance X-flares. Solar flare alerts: text, voice.

SOLAR WIND STREAM MISSES EARTH: A stream of solar wind expected to hit Earth's magnetic field on Dec. 26-27 has apparently missed, sailing mostly north of our planet. As a result, Earth's magnetic field is quiet and the polar auroral oval is dim. Another solar wind stream is coming, though, and it will likely reach Earth on Jan. 2-3, producing the first auroras of New Year. Arctic sky watchers could see something like this:
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