Monday, 14 November 2011

What is happening to our planet?

The world goes through a constant change,

and this is a fundamental part of the universe and should be embraced. So to accept this basic understanding is to understand that our planet is not 'stable' and with each passing moment we live in a different world.

Our planet currently is in the midst of some extreme change, we can see this in the extreme weather conditions, financial crisis, riots, revolutions and regime changes.


Severe Weather Patterns 
Devastating weather systems have been ripping through various parts of the United States. Night after relentless night of tornadoes and thunderstorms have ravaged parts of the South. A late April Blizzard created hazardous road conditions in the Northern Plains. Floods tormented people on the East Coast. Texas struggles to survive the worst drought they've experienced in 45 years. There were even tornado warnings in California, with at least one actually touching down.  

  

Across the world things aren't looking much better. Sri Lanka is experiencing extreme rains and flooding. People are being left homeless after massive flooding in Brazil. Flooding in Saudi Arabia, cyclones in New Zealand… and that’s not even counting the devastating Earthquakes which, while not technically a meteorological phenomenon, certainly fit into the category of devastating. 2011 has been the most expensive year with regard to weather damage.

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Terrifying amateur footage of Alabama tornado



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Tsunami Japan 2011


Why has the planet's weather patterns and geological activity become so extreme over recent years?
The Sun is one of the reasons why we have evolved into modern humans, but will be the reason why the planet will one day cease to exist.  
The Sun directly effects our weather and has been linked with increased earthquake activity. Therefore as the Sun increases in activity, there will be increased CME's, severe solar winds and an increased warming of our planet.  
The increased warming of the Sun has an effect on all planet's in our solar system, it has been recently shown that Mars polar regions have shrunk since 2001. 
This simply will mean more extreme weather, poles melt, oceans rise, flooding, etc....  
During 2010-2011 we have witnessed extreme planetary weather and geological activity; severe flash flooding, tsunamis, excessive rainfall, severe droughts, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions.  
This is a fact that is hard to ignore.
Could This Deadly Weather Become Our New Normal? 
Some are also suggesting that these bizarre weather patterns can be blamed at least in part on our magnetic poles shifting. An interesting 2007 article from The Economist suggests as much. And it also points out that in addition to Earth weather, the pole shift will affect space weather, which plays a huge role in satellites and radio communications. 
The United Nations has also stated that extreme weather is the “new normal”. According to an article on South Asia’s OneWorld.net, Special Representative for Disaster Risk Reduction Margareta Wahlstrom said of the $1 billion in economic damages to Australia after their devastating flooding earlier this year, “With weather patterns becoming more unpredictable and extreme, costs of this magnitude may become commonplace in all parts of the world unless we urgently change the way we think about and react to disasters.”

These changes have been increasing for some time now.

These increases seem to be due to increased fuel to the sun. If that is true, such events will continue to increase over the next few years.
  • A 300% increase in the amount of "severe" solar activity than what was formerly predicted for the year 1997 alone (NASA 1998)
  • A 400% increase in the speed that solar particle emissions are capable of traveling through the energy of interplanetary space (NASA 1997-2001)
  • A 200% increase in tornadoes in unexpected areas such as Maryland from 50 years ago. Planetophysical State of the Earth and Life by Dr. Dmitriev (1997)
  • A 400% increase in the overall number of natural catastrophes on Earth between 1963 and 1993 (Dmitriev 1997)
  • A 230% increase in the strength of the Sun's magnetic field since 1901 (Lockwood, 1998)
  • 9 out of the 21 most severe earthquakes from 856-1999 AD occurred in the 20th century (Russian National Earthquake Information Center, 1999)
  • A 500% increase in Earth's volcanic activity between 1875 and 1993. For increases between 1973 and 1998 see the graph below (Mandeville 2000 )
  • Strange activity in the X-ray emissions of the sun


Solar Storms Building Toward Peak in 2013, NASA Predicts 

Solar flares like the huge one that erupted on the sun early today (Aug. 9) will only become more common as our sun nears its maximum level of activity in 2013, scientists say.

Tuesday's flare was the most powerful sun storm since 2006, and was rated an X6.9 on the three-class scale for solar storms (X-Class is strongest, with M-Class in the middle and C-Class being the weakest). 
Flares such as this one could become the norm soon, though, as our sun's 11-year cycle of magnetic activity ramps up, scientists explained. The sun is just coming out of a lull, and scientists expect the next peak of activity in 2013. The current cycle, called Solar Cycle 24, began in 2008.
http://www.space.com/12586-solar-storms-intensity-2013-peak-nasa.html

Stronger Sunlight Not Manmade Greenhouse Gasses
Dr Sallie Baliunas at the Harvard College Observatory in Massachusetts, concluded that during the 20th century, earth went through a cycle of natural climatic change. According to her data, from 1900 to 1940 the planet warmed slightly, then cooled from 1940 until 1970, then warmed up again from 1970 onwards. Given that 80% of the world's carbon dioxide emissions have been produced since 1940, the expected effect, if carbon dioxide was causing global warming, would be higher temperatures not lower, she said. 
Dr Baliunas's data also concluded that the period of warming between 1900 and 1940 must have been due to natural causes, most likely increased sunlight hitting the earth's surface, since carbon dioxide emissions were negligible at the time. The evidence, she said, pointed to variations in the sun's brightness being the cause of the planet's warming up, not carbon dioxide.
A web site dedicated to uncovering the green house gases fraud.

Russian solar probe to predict Earthly cataclysms
Some scientists believe bursts of solar activity cause natural disasters on our planet, but until now the star has been too difficult to reach or explore in any detail. Some Russian researchers think they have the solution. 
Volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis – apocalyptic pictures are becoming an ordinary part of news bulletins across the globe. And scientists are not giving out reassuring forecasts. 
“Unfortunately, we're expecting more severe cataclysms which may lead to large-scale human losses and destruction,”says Baku-based Professor Elchin Kakhalilov of the Global Network for the Forecasting of Earthquakes. “I'm talking about even a possible shift of the centers of our entire civilization.” 
The change in the Earth's seismic activity coincides with the rise of activity on the sun. Scientists have been witnessing gigantic bursts of plasma on its surface and say they are affecting our planet, even though it is over 90 million miles away. 
Each burst sends billions of particles into space which impacts the Earth's magnetic field. This may trigger some of the processes going on deep bellow its surface, leading to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. 
Scientists predict solar activity will increase and say in the next few years, large-scale disruptions of electronic equipment, radio transmissions, computer failures and massive black-outs could become parts of everyday life. 
The sun is currently monitored either by stations on Earth or in orbit. But sending a probe four times closer to the star would be far more helpful. And it may not be science fiction much longer, thanks to a project currently being developed by the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS). 
“This is going to be like a thermometer which would fly close to the Sun, measure its temperature, density and magnetic fields,” Dr. Sergey Bogachaev, an Interheliozond engineer from Moscow. “We're making it from scratch: no one has ever done this before.”
The project of Interheliozond, as it is called, is intended to study the sun from close range, says RAS Space Research Institute Director Lev Zeleny according to Interfax. The space probe will provide new data about the sun. Scientists are currently carrying out preliminary design and trajectory studies of the future spacecraft. The project has been included into Russia’s Federal Space Program. 
The Interheliozond is set to be launched by 2015. Of course it will not be able to control the star's activities, but it could at least give a heads up to humanity before disaster strikes.
http://rt.com/news/space-probe-sun-scientists/


Why have people become more aggressive?
The planets magnetic field is on the move, changing in strength, and position. This is a natural thing that happens, and has happened before. However, this is the first time that humans have been here to witness it, and it seems to have had an effect on us psychologically.

 Earth Magnetism, Human Body and 2012 
With the changes to our planet, it has been suggested that we react to these changes. Sometimes in a positive way and sometimes not, but we do react, it affects our moods, health and our thoughts. 
These planetary changes not only change us emotionally but may also be affecting our DNA and it may be starting to show in our children.

There has been an increase in ADD/ADHD diagnosis on children. This however does not indicate that there is something wrong with our children but something may have changed.However, there is the social affect to consider concerning changes in our children, with media exposing children to adult ideas, video games and a culture of expectance on children today. 
Though there are changes happening to our solar system, sun and planet, I think the changes to us may initially be psychological, however with increased planetary radiation, etc, there will be a biological change too in time.




So what's in store?

More of the same it would seem......

This period of change may last years, so we need to accept this and prepare.

If the planet constantly changes, all its residents have to change with it.

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