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"We expected to see a fairly placid radiation belt system," Baker reports. "Instead, we see that the belts have been extraordinarily active and dynamic during the first few weeks. We're looking in the right places at the right times." The twin probes, built and managed for NASA by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Md., contain identical sets of five instrument suites. These suites have confirmed previous hypotheses about the belts' behavior, while also revealing that the belts are a far more dynamic and changing environment than previously thought.
Increase Charged Particles → Decreased Magnetic Field → Increase Outer Core Convection → Increase of Mantle Plumes → Increase in Earthquake & Volcanoes → Cools Mantle and Outer Core → Return of Outer Core Convection (Mitch Battros - July 2012)
Our planet's magnetosphere captures charged particles from the billions of tons of plasma ejected by the Sun and from other sources; fields and waves of electricity and magnetism control and guide the charged particles within the belts, with the particles "surfing" on the waves, losing or gaining large amounts of energy along the way as they enter and leave the region.
Related Article Aug. 9th 2012 titled: Magnetic Pole Reversals and Possible Crustal Displacement
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A new study just released indicates the June 2012 discovery by a team of Japanese scientists showing a spike in carbon-14 found in tree rings dating between 774-775 AD - was most likely caused by a CME (coronal mass ejection). Until now, the 1859 "Carrington Event" has been documented as the largest solar event to hit Earth ever recorded.
A research team lead by Adrian Melott, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Kansas and Brian Thomas, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Washburn University, have examined the evidence and zeroed in on the likely source of the 774-775 AD carbon-14 event.
It was noted that recent observations of stars similar to the Sun made by the Kepler satellite suggest that they are flaring at levels similar to that which they suggest - and higher - at average intervals of a few hundred to thousand years.
This new discovery has been titled the "Charlemagne Event" - named after Charlemagne's victory over the Lombards during the same period. "What our team concluded was the Charlemagne Event would be 10 or 20 times greater than the Carrington Event of 1859".
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Excitement is building over soon-to-be-released results from NASA's Curiosity rover, which is three months into a two-year mission to determine if Mars has ever been capable of supporting microbial life.
In an interview on (NPR) National Public Radio, aired Tuesday, lead mission investigator John Grotzinger hinted at something major but said there would be no announcement for several weeks.
Scientists do not expect Curiosity to find aliens or living creatures but they hope to use it to analyze soil and rocks for signs the building blocks of life are present and may have supported life in the past.
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Solar activity has been active for the past 48 hours. Three M-class flares have fired off from sunspot region 1618. The largest solar event of this period was an M3.6 flare event on Nov. 21st 15:10:00 UT. There was an M1.7 at 12:36:00 UT and M1.4 at 19:21:00 UT.
Region 1618 developed into a beta-gamma-delta magnetic configuration which gives it a potential for X-class flares. A filament eruption occurred between Nov. 20th (2305 UT) to Nov. 21st (0200) UT near sunspot region 1613.
A geomagnetic storm is expected on Nov. 22nd and 23rd and all three CMEs hit Earth's magnetic field. There is a greater than 70% chance of continued M-class flares from region 1618 with a 25% chance of X-class flares.
Watch for extreme weather events over the holidays - which include earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, and tropical storms. Also note - there has been a 6.0 magnitude or larger earthquake every day since the Nov. 13th total solar eclipse.
This new finding furthers ECMs new equation identifying a connection between our galaxy Milky Way, channeling charged particles in a narrow bands which would have a significant effect on our Sun, all planets in our solar system, and all that lives on them.
Increase Charged Particles -->Decreased Magnetic Field -->Increase Outer Core Convection -->Increase of Mantle Plumes -->Increase in Earthquake & Volcanoes -->Cools Mantle and Outer Core -->Return of Outer Core Convection (Mitch Battros - July 2012)
Once again, a feeling of accomplishment and free-floating-anxiety simultaneously engulf all my senses. Not necessarily a pleasant feeling - sometimes reflecting intense mood-swings. Why? Probably because of venturing into the unknown - or is it 'the known' - or maybe it's both at the same time.Personal note: Remember, prophecy or prediction does not produce a regimented fate. In fact, the purpose of prophecy is to alter the outcome by empowering us with knowledge. But there is a catch. We have to make will thought-out choices and changes using our gift of discernment and for some of us, our 'learned' skill of critical thinking.
Advancing black holes produce intense radiation and powerful relativistic jets, which are affected by the black-hole's spin magnitude and direction. While thin disks might align with the black-hole spin axis via the Bardeen-Petterson effect, this does not apply to jet systems with thick disks.
A newly published study describes how astrophysicists used simulations, which follow both the rules of general relativity and the laws of magnetism, to demonstrate that gravity isn't the sole arbiter of a spinning black hole's behavior.
Dr. Jonathan McKinney, professor of physics at the University of Maryland describes his team's findings: "We used fully three-dimensional general relativistic magneto-hydrodynamic simulations to study accreting black-holes with various black-hole spin vectors and disk thicknesses with magnetic flux reaching saturation. Our simulations reveal a "magneto-spin alignment" mechanism that causes magnetized disks and jets to align with the black-hole spin near black-holes and further away to reorient with the outer disk."
This mechanism has implications for the evolving of black-holes such as the one in our galaxy Milky Way and our neighbors Andromeda, SgrA* and M87.
FULL ARTICLE - http://bit.ly/WfyY7C
NASA has found a secret underground subway system indicating Martians have been trying to hide their anthropogenic induced pollution causing an unexpected warming of Mars. Silly, isn't it....
Observations of wind patterns and natural solar radiation patterns on Mars by NASA's Curiosity rover are helping scientists better understand the environment on the Red Planet's surface. The daily cycle of higher pressure in the morning and lower pressure in the evening results from daytime heating of the atmosphere by the Sun.
Effects of that atmospheric tide show up in data from Curiosity's Radiation Assessment Detector (RAD). This instrument monitors high-energy solar radiation considered to be a health risk to astronauts and a factor in whether microbes could survive on Mars' surface. "We see a definite pattern related to the daily thermal tides of the atmosphere," said RAD Principal Investigator Don Hassler of the Southwest Research Institute Boulder, Colo., branch.
Hassler goes on to say: "The atmosphere provides a level of shielding, and so charged-particles are less when the atmosphere is thicker. Overall, Mars' atmosphere reduces the radiation dose compared to what we saw during the flight to Mars."
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