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Sep 27, 2012 - 1:24:51 AM



Magnetic Portals Connect Sun with Earth - and Maybe Milky Way

By Mitch Battros - Earth Changes Media
Sep 27, 2012 - 1:16:45 AM

 

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This study is important because it further confirms just how closely connected the Sun is to our home and us. But I want more.... I believe the most recent cutting-edge data coming from our advanced spacecraft, telescopes, and satellites are indicating a very similar magnetic interaction occurs between our galaxy Milky Way and our Sun.

Scientists who study interplanetary actions and specifically with geo-magnetic fields, have long known there is a steady stream of charged particles, mostly coming from the Sun, which interact with the Earth's magnetic field. Most are slower moving particles known as solar wind. During times of high solar activity such as a solar cycle's maximum period (lasting approximately 3 years) - charged particles such as CMEs (coronal mass ejections), solar flares, coronal holes, and solar filament - impact with a much stronger and faster punch.

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Earth's magnetic field is filled with particles from the Sun some of which penetrate our planets magnetic defenses. They enter by following magnetic field lines that can be traced from Earth's surface all the way back to the Sun's atmosphere.

Approximately every eight minutes, the Sun's particle waves and Earth's magnetic field merge, forming a "portal" through which particles can flow. The portal takes the form of a magnetic cylinder with a diameter as wide as Earth.

Take this equation to the next step and it suggests our galactic center has a rhythmic cycle with our solar system, namely the Sun - perhaps in a very similar way as with the Sun-Earth. There would be differences however. Perhaps the first noticeable one is "time". Instead of a short 11 year duration, it would more likely be 11,000 year duration or even an 11 million year time-link-means. Whatever number it is - it is a 'cycle'.

My first question, as with a similar scenario regarding the Earth's magnetic pole shift (which has already begun) - would be: "Where in this 11,000 or 11 million year cycle are we? The number 11 is arbitrary - it could be 23,000 yrs, 27 million years or something else. But remember: there are always cycles within cycles.

Although I have not overtly referenced ancient text and their ancestral documents telling of this same narrative, it is always at the forefront of my mind.

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IPCC Members Get Tongue Lashing From Their Own

The skill of a climate model depends on three criteria at its lowest threshold. The model has to use reliable data, its prediction must be better than a prediction based on chance, and its prediction must be closer to reality than a prediction that only considers the internal climate variability of the Earth system and ignores processes such as variations in solar activity, volcanic eruptions, land-use change such as urbanization and deforestation.

"Without such a track record, how can the community trust the climate projections we make for the future?" says Xubin Zeng, a residing board member of the Atmospheric Sciences and Climate of the National Academies and sits on the Executive Committee of the American Meteorological Society, made it clear to the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) and other global warming enthusiasts, their research lacks any resemblance of a credible track record.

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