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IT is possible. Find any old deep freezes and put you electronic equipment in them. 

Sure is timely considering our $$$ is ready to collapse at the same time that (it appears) WWIII is on the horizon at the same time that our border is wide open to any thug who wants to cross it...... the Sun sure is clever!

Gee this is unusual, Amateur Radio publishes a solar flare accounting and hasn't mentioned anything of the sort.

Great  un-healthy  news,  won't  let  me  open  the  video's .  I'll  try  another  source..!  

I think it is very likely to happen in a lot the same way as this story goes. I think they have been poisoning the ground, air and probably us for a lot of years. The solar flares could be from the sun, but they also could be from man-made evils too. I do believe that our globalist leaders feel there are too many people on earth, and they would love to press "delete" and get rid of us. Its a scary thing, and I don't  know if my family and I will get through it, but if we don't, i'm sure that Jesus will shelter us. We just need to look at it this way. Check your hearts and make sure you are ready to go to heaven.

Right, Donna!! NOTHING else matters but where we'll spend eternity!

Today’s Reality: Solar Flares, Electro Magnetic Pulses & Geomagnetic Pole Reversals Avalon April 6, 2013


In the April 5th 2013 News by Suspicious0bservers covered Jupiter’s Moon IO, which is being constantly monitored by telescopes in space and is featured in the NASA article Scientists to Io: Your Volcanoes Are in the Wrong Place.

 Jupiter’s moon Io is the most volcanically active world in the Solar System, with hundreds of volcanoes, some erupting lava fountains up to 250 miles high. However, concentrations of volcanic activity are significantly displaced from where they are expected to be based on models that predict how the moon’s interior is heated, according to NASA and European Space Agency researchers.

This five-frame sequence of images from NASA’s New Horizons mission captures the giant plume from Io’s Tvashtar volcano. Snapped by the probe’s Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) as the spacecraft flew past Jupiter in 2007, this first-ever movie of an Io plume clearly shows motion in the cloud of volcanic debris, which extends 330 km (205 miles) above the moon’s surface.

The first video is from April 5th, followed by the April6th briefing which shows an M2 Solar Flare. Two additional videos are featured to bring awareness to extremely important information. Geomagnetic Pole Shift is an ongoing phenomenon that scientists are trying to understand the exact cause of. Research papers have explained the impact of Electro Magnetic Pulse from Coronal Mass Ejections (CME) and the possible devastating effect on the worlds infrastructure – the Grid.


Solar Storm Aftermath? $2 Trillion in Fixes

Scientists expect massive event to hit by next year

Published: 1/6/2013 

WASHINGTON – It was in January 1994 that two Canadian telecommunications satellites blanked out during a major sunburst while in geosynchronous orbit and communications were disrupted nationwide.

While recovery occurred after only a few hours on the first satellite, it took some six months and more than $70 million to recover the second satellite.

Then in January 2005, some 26 United Airlines flights had to be diverted during a space weather storm to non-polar routes – to avoid the prospect of high frequency radio blackouts.

Added were landings and takeoffs, flight time and other factors that elevated fuel consumption and costs. Each route change ended up costing more than $100,000.

Then in February 2011, there was a sun eruption experts described as the largest solar flare in four years. It caused interference in radio communications and global positioning system signals for aircraft traveling long-distances.

While it was a modest outburst, experts say it signaled the beginning of an upcoming solar storm.

The National Aeronautical and Space Administration along with the National Academy of Sciences is predicting that the Earth could be subjected to a solar storm maximum as part of the sun’s 11-year cycle.

If there is a direct hit, these agencies say that the impact could be catastrophic.

They say, brace yourself, it could cost upwards of $2 trillion in the first two years, affecting some 160 million people and could take anywhere from four to 10 years to recover.

“The sun has an activity cycle, much like hurricane season,” said Tom Bogdan, director of the Space Weather Prediction Center in Boulder, Colo. “It’s been hibernating for four or five years, not doing much of anything.”

Read the documentation behind the worry over EMP attacks.

What scientists have known for about two centuries is that disruptions occur in varying degrees of intensity about every 11 years. The problem is that they haven’t been able to figure out the size of any future solar super storm, although models have been developed that make suggestions.

The expected solar storm, called a solar storm maximum, is what NASA and the NAS expect sometime over the next 24 months.

In an in-depth, 132-page report funded by NASA and issued by the NAS entitled “Severe Space Weather Events: Understanding Economic and Societal I... a 2008 study detailed the potential devastation of solar storms beginning during the 2012-2014 period.

There’s already been a warning. In late January 2012, the sun unleashed what scientists said was a charged plasma that space weather watchers said would just miss Earth – that time.

“Our simulations show potential to pack a good punch to Earth’s near-space environment,” said Antti Pulkkinen of the Space Weather Laboratory at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt. The plasma blast, Pulkkinen said, was “more of a glancing blow.”

For that January occurrence, satellite operators and power companies were alerted. Even though it bypassed Earth, some communications were affected, especially at high latitudes.

NASA estimates that the impending solar storm maximum could perhaps be even more powerful than the one recorded back in 1859 that had the effect at the time of a massive disruption of the fledging telegraph system. Then, it produced spectacular aurora displays that could be seen throughout much of the Western hemisphere.

The 1859 solar storm was called the Carrington Event, named after the British Astronomer Richard Carrington who saw the effects of the solar storm and was the first to link sun activities with the Earth’s geomagnetic disturbances.

NASA experts say that the size of the impending solar storm maximum will be at least as big as the 1859 Carrington Event. But they say it could have a much greater impact because of contemporary society’s heavy reliance on electricity.

Drawing from the lessons of the 1859 Carrington Event and subsequent instances of solar storms, it is apparent the damage it can cause electric power grids, judging from the effects on the ‘Victorian Internet” at the time. Such storms also may contribute to the corrosion of oil and gas pipelines.

These storms also interfere with high-frequency, very high-frequency and ultra high-frequency radio communications and navigation signals from GPS satellites. The collateral effects of space-weather-driven technology failures can include complete blackouts of high-frequency communications along transpolar aviation routes, requiring aircraft flying these routes to divert to lower latitudes.

In comparing various solar storm events, the 1859 event still looms as the largest, even greater than those experienced since the dawn of the Space Age.

In looking at potential events between 2012 and 2014, solar physicist David Hathaway of the National Space Science & Technology Center, of NASA, said that the magnetic belts of the sun have begun to turn very fast. He said that many magnetic fields are being swept up and that a future sunspot cycle is going to be very intense.

Underlying this concern is what scientists also determined are major breaks in the Earth’s solar defenses, caused by the recent discovery of a thick layer of solar particles inside the Earth’s magnetic field.

To scientists, discovery of this thick layer of solar particles inside the Earth’s magnetic field strongly suggests that Earth could experience serious solar storms in the 2012-2014 with major impacts on civilization’s electrical power sources.

“The sequence we’re expecting … is just right to put particles in and energize them to create the biggest geomagnetic storms, the brightest auroras, the biggest disturbances in Earth’s radiation belts,” said David Sibeck of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland.

“So, if all of this is true, it should be that we’re in for a tough time in the next 11 years,” Sibeck said.

Recent data from NASA’s THEMIS satellite has revealed a 6,437-kilometer, or 4,000-mile, thick layer of solar particles have accumulated and continue to gather within the outermost part of the magnetosphere, which is a protective bubble created by Earth’s magnetic field.

The magnetosphere is supposed to block these solar particles – also referred to as solar winds – which leave the sun at a million miles an hour, experts say.

“The solar wind is constantly changing, and the Earth’s magnetic field is buffeted like a wind sock in gale-force winds, fluttering back and forth in response to the solar wind,” Sibeck said.

With expected increased activity with a solar storm maximum, the reaction in the magnetosphere could be quite dramatic.

This prediction comes from a team led by Mausumi Dikpati of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, which is headquartered in Boulder, Colo.

NCAR is managed by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research and is sponsored by the National Science Foundation. In turn, the UCAR is a consortium of more than 75 universities nationwide offering post-graduate studies in atmospheric and related sciences.

“The next sunspot cycle will be 30 percent to 50 percent stronger than the previous one,” Dikpati said. If this is true, then scientists believe a solar storm maximum expected between 2013 and 2014 could produce bursts of solar activity second only to the historic Solar Max of 1958.

During the event in 1958, a radio blackout ccurred across the entire United States and cut off the country from the rest of the world. This happened during the Cold War period and when fires developed in Europe, some people wondered whether war had broken out again.

This solar maximum also occurred during the beginning of the Space Age. Sputnik had been launched in October 1957 and the first U.S. satellite, Explorer 1, was launched in January 1958.

At the time, there wasn’t the sophisticated means of measuring solar activity. However, people knew something potentially big was happening when the Northern Lights were seen three times in Mexico.

Today, such a solar maximum would be noticed on mobile phones, global positioning systems, from weather satellites and the potential effects on the electronics that are so much a part of everyday life.

Dikpati’s assessment for the next 11 years is based on what she says is a conveyor belt on the sun. It is similar to ocean conveyor belt on Earth, except the conveyor belt on the sun is a current of electrically conducting gas.

According to Dikpati, it flows from the sun’s equator to the poles and back again. Just as the great ocean conveyor belt determines Earth’s weather, the solar conveyor belt affects weather on the sun by controlling the sunspot cycle.

Hathaway said this conveyor belt effect takes some 40 years for the belt to complete one loop.

“The speed varies anywhere from a 50-year pace – considered slow – to a 30-year pace, which is considered fast.”

Hathaway said that when the belt is turning fast, a considerable number of magnetic fields are being swept up and that a future sunspot cycle is going to be intense.

“The belt was turning fast in 1986 to 1996,” Hathaway said.

Dikpati and her NCAR team are looking to predict what they call cycle 24, which would have up to a 50 percent higher peak than the previous cycle, 23. While some models have stated that cycle 24 would be smaller than cycle 23, Dikpati said that her “flux transport dynamo model” has correctly forecast the relative peaks of cycles 16-23 going back to the 1921 event using sunspot area data from previous cycles.

A computer-simulated magnetic flux NCAR scientists used to conduct their analysis in 2010 went back to the 12th cycle, which put solar activity around the year 1880. While that wasn’t as significant, the most dramatic was the 1958 event referred to earlier by Dikpati, based on simulated computer modeling. It is the 1958 event that cycle 24 could begin to match in intensity.

The solar storm maximum of cycle 24 is expected between 2013 and 2014. Not stopping there, Dikpati and her team continued simulations to the year 2020, showing solar peaks until then approximating the peaks for cycle 24.

Dikpati and her team base the confidence of their analysis on forecasting the previous eight cycles from surface sunspot area data for preceding cycles.

“We’re entering solar cycle 24,” said University of New Hampshire scientist Jimmy Raeder in forecasting what could be described as an upcoming Perfect Storm.

“For reasons not fully understood, CMEs [sun flares] in even-numbered solar cycles – like cycle 24 – tend to hit Earth with a leading edge that is magnetized north. Such a CME should open a breach and load the magnetosphere with plasma just before the storm gets underway. It’s the perfect sequence for a really big event.”

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OK - a date for the start of these solar flares would be useful. I wouldn't mind knowing 24 hours in advance so I could unplug my electronics and my truck battery. Also, keeping a vehicle under a metal roof will help (like my garage). I have horses so can simply saddle up to go somewhere. It will just take me a little longer to get there.

We can manage fine - the cities can't.

It seems to me that I've been hearing dire and imminent predictions for years and years and none of them ever happen.  From solar flares to EMPs to weird planets coming into Earth's orbit to asteroids nearly missing Earth and on and on and on.  Last December we were all supposed to be annihilated at the end of the Mayan prophecy calendar.  Didn't happen. 

Of course, any of these things COULD happen, but since they haven't, I have to seriously doubt another one.

Was Edward Snowden a remote viewer I wonder.  It sounds like he was since he knew of the significant others being checked out.  Probably not common knowledge. 

Of interest to us all are the fires raging in San Francisco and the possibility of both power and water being cut off to all residents there.  San Francisco has always been a "testing ground" for NWO agendas and the possibility of a test run to see what happens if these solar flares do indeed become reality, is another consideration. 

As most people say, it always good to be prepared however I am not going to be upset about another "dire prediction" until more evidence becomes available.

It is interesting. I want to think about this.

To protect ALL your electronics(which is in everything you own that consumes energy) is to build what is called a"faraday box".



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