Sunday, February 24, 2008

Lunar Eclipse / Meteor Showers / Tsunami Warnings / Earthquakes /
Signs of Earth's
'MAGNETIC FIELD CHANGES'



Hathaway noticed the latest polar reversal in a "magnetic butterfly diagram." Using data collected by ... Our data will cover a complete solar cycle." ...
The Sun Does a Flip

NASA Science News: NASA scientists who monitor the Sun say that our star's ... Hathaway noticed the latest polar reversal in a "magnetic butterfly diagram. ...

Pole Shift & Pole Reversal in 2012

Solar Lightning Causes the Polar Reversal. From legends and the sunspot cycle theory of the Maya, we can reconstruct the cause of a polar reversal. ...
2012 Flips
In our modern age we have not experienced a simultaneous solar and terrestrial polar reversal. Between now and 2012, these disturbances will keep increasing ...

Unpacking interplay of solar variability and climate change
Ars Technica, MA - Feb 20, 2008
He got there in part by noting that the signature of the 11-year solar cycle is actually really difficult to detect in the climate; it's apparent only if ...


This video shows activity on the Sun over an entire solar cycle. It is composed of images from the Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) on board the SOHO satellite, taken at a wavelength of 19.5 nanometres, shown in green. It shows plasma a...

UNO UPDATE: Does Meteor Spashdown cause 9.0 Earthqauke and Tsunami?

UNO UPDATE PART DUO: Does Meteor Spashdown cause 9.0 Earthqauke and Tsunami?


Meteor Likely Disintegrated; No Crater Found
National Geographic, DC - Feb 22, 2008
AP Some witnesses reported seeing Tuesday's meteor hit the ground southwest of Ritzville in central Washington, sending local officials on a fruitless hunt ...
Giant Meteor Fireball Explodes Over Northwest US
National Geographic, DC - Feb 21, 2008
A meteor zipped across the US Pacific Northwest sky early Tuesday morning before exploding, possibly littering eastern Oregon with marble- to ...
Ice "meteor" nearly killed our kids
BirminghamMail.net, UK - Feb 23, 2008
TEACHERS and pupils at a Birmingham school will this week be analysing fragments of "meteor" ice which crashed into a playing field, narrowly missing ...
After the Meteor shower... some real stars emerge
Irish Independent, Ireland - Feb 22, 2008
By Nick Kelly If anything underlined the need for the Choice Music Prize, it was last weekend's Meteors. Left to a public vote, the inexplicably popular ...
Meteor Streaks Across Pacific Northwest
FOXNews - Feb 20, 2008
An apparent meteor streaked through the sky over the Pacific Northwest early Tuesday, drawing reports of bright lights and sonic booms in parts of ...
Meteor didn't make major ground impact, UW scientists say
Seattle Post Intelligencer - Feb 20, 2008
By CASEY MCNERTHNEY Contrary to reports, there's no seismic evidence the meteoroid that could be seen from four Northwest states and British Columbia early ...
Where Did Tuesday's Meteor Land?
Fox 12 Boise, ID - Feb 22, 2008
Boise, Idaho -- Despite hundreds of eyewitness statements that a meteor hit the ground somewhere in the Pacific Northwest on Tuesday, scientists at the ...

Powerful earthquake of 7.5-magnitude hits Indonesia
InTheNews.co.uk, UK - Feb 21, 2008
A large earthquake has struck western Indonesia prompting tsunami warnings, the US Geological Survey has announced. The quake, with a preliminary magnitude ...



Indonesian earthquake triggers some tsunami fears
CTV.ca, Canada - 12 hours ago
AP JAKARTA -- An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 rattled Indonesia's Sumatra island, sending frightened residents running from their homes. ...
6.6-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Indonesia FOXNews
Indonesia hit with powerful earthquake United Press International
6.6-magnitude quake hits Indonesia, no tsunami threat Inquirer.net
Reuters - Independent Online
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Sumatra rattled by strong earthquake
Brisbane Times, Australia - 7 hours ago
JAKARTA, Indonesia - An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 rattled Indonesia's Sumatra island tonight, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said, ...

Powerful earthquake strikes western Indonesia; tsunami warning issued
Los Angeles Times, CA - Feb 20, 2008
From AP JAKARTA, INDONESIA -- A powerful earthquake struck western Indonesia on Wednesday, alarming residents and prompting a tsunami warning, ...

Major earthquake off coast of Greece
USA Today - Feb 20, 2008
Earlier today, a magnitude 7.5 earthquake shook Indonesia. Reuters says it killed at least three people and injured more than two dozen others.


Major earthquake hits Wells, Nevada
Fox 12 Boise, ID - Feb 23, 2008
Wells, Nevada -- A major earthquake early Thursday morning rocked a small Nevada town and even sent shock waves into the Treasure Valley. ...
Video: Big Quake Causes Damage In Nevada
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Earthquake victims describe a frightening, shaky morning
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Earthquake levels Wells historic area
Reno Gazette Journal

Enews 2.0 - KTVB
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Earthquake rocks US state of Nevada
AFP - Feb 21, 2008
LOS ANGELES (AFP) — A strong 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck a sparsely-populated region of northern Nevada on Thursday, damaging buildings and rupturing ...

3.0 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Baja Calif.
CBS 2, CA - Feb 23, 2008
(AP) ― Another small earthquake has jarred the Mexican border but there are no immediate reports of injuries or damage. The US Geological Survey says a ...


SFist
6.0 Nevada Earthquake Reminds Bay Area To Get Ready
SFist, CA - Feb 21, 2008
A hefty sized earthquake hit northeastern Nevada this morning. You know what that means, don't you? Time to sound the alarm for everyone in the Bay Area to ...

Online Gambling Paper
Nevada earthquake leaves Las Vegas intact
Online Gambling Paper, GA - Feb 21, 2008
At 6:16 am today a strong earthquake has struck northeast Nevada. According to the US Geological Survey says the earthquake had a preliminary magnitude of ...


UNO UPDATE: Polar reversal causes shift in tectonic forces to accelerate outbreaks with earthquakes and Tsunamis.


Magnetic Reversals and Moving Continents

elementary description the origin of plate tectonics and the role of magnetism in its discovery.

Magnetic Reversals and Moving Continents

This is a brief review of the role of polar reversals in the development of the Theory of Plate Tectonics from the old continental drift concept of Alfred ...

How Are the Continents Moving

Magnetic Reversals and Moving Continents ... If the sea-floor was moving, then continents adjoining them might share that motion, just . ...

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Enews 2.0

Fault line that spawned Indian Ocean tsunami ruptures repeatedly
International Herald Tribune - 33 minutes ago
AP JAKARTA, Indonesia: The fault line that spawned the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami has ruptured nearly 20 times this month, with three strong quakes in the last 24 hours alone.
Indonesian Homes Damaged as 6.6 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Bloomberg
Massive quakes trigger fresh tsunami warning in Indonesia Monsters and Critics.com
Xinhua - Reuters India - AFP - GulfNews
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The Dynamo Process

15. Magnetic Reversals · & Moving Continents · 16. The Magnetosphere ... Faraday discovered that by moving a magnet next to a closed electric circuit, ...



The K7RA Solar Update
ARRL, CT - Feb 22, 2008
Kevin Seeger, WD0AVV, of Corona, California, wants assurance that this bulletin will identify Solar Cycle 24 sunspots as they appear; he also needs a method ...

Building balances comfort, impact
Barre Montpelier Times Argus, VT - 9 hours ago
We also took advantage of passive solar gain (letting the sun in on the south side), landscaping, and natural windbreaks to reduce heating and cooling loads ...
Calm Sun, Cold Earth
The Conservative Voice, NC - Feb 20, 2008
“Tapping reports no change in the sun’s magnetic field so far this cycle and if the sun remains quiet for another year or two, it may indicate a repeat of ...

The Hot-Line Solar Collector
Mother Earth News, KS - Feb 21, 2008
March 2000 will witness the latest peak in an approximately 11-year-long cycle of solar activity. S... Design Software April/May 2002 Green Gazette During ...
Saturn belongs on everyone's gazing list
HeraldNet, WA - Feb 23, 2008
Since it takes Saturn 29 years to orbit the sun, compared with our Earth's one-year orbital cycle, the opposition lineup is an annual affair. ...
Sun Days Will Never Be the Same
American Thinker, WA - Feb 14, 2008
He suggested we were entering a new solar cycle which would begin a period of global cooling. The Sun expert reminded readers that a similar sunspot holiday ...
The Coming of a New Ice Age
Canada Free Press, Canada - 1 hour ago
NASA has predicted that the solar cycle peaking in 2022 could be one of the weakest in centuries and should cause a very significant cooling of Earth’s ...
Solar cycle can affect communications
New York Daily News, NY - Feb 14, 2008
Solar Cycle 24 began early last month when a reverse polarity sunspot - an area of highly organized magnetic activity - appeared on the sun. ...


PhysOrg.com
Solar evidence points to human causes of climate change
PhysOrg.com, VA - Feb 19, 2008
The 11-year sunspot cycle has not been significantly abnormal. This is just part of the reason for the difficulty of determining the sun’s influence on ...
Bill Jamieson - Chilly months make for cool reflection on the ...
Scotsman, United Kingdom - Feb 21, 2008
Tapping reports no change in the Sun's magnetic field so far this cycle, and if the Sun remains quiet for another year or so, it may indicate a repeat of ...
New cycle of solar activity
RIA Novosti, Russia - Feb 7, 2008
This is why it is called the 11-year sun cycle. During the past 80 years, the flow of the cycles speeded up a bit, and their average duration has gone down ...
Here Comes The Sun
Atlantic Online - Feb 8, 2008
Solar activity fluctuates in an 11-year cycle. But so far in this cycle, the sun has been disturbingly quiet. The lack of increased activity could signal ...
Eye on the Sky: Weather in Spaaaaaaaaaaace!
WSAW, WI - Feb 13, 2008
Right now, activity on the sun is very quiet, but that will soon be changing. The solar cycle is the 11-year cycle of activity on the sun. ...
ICE AGE OR LIE AGE?
NewsWithViews.com, OR - Feb 9, 2008
Solar activity fluctuates in an 11-year cycle. However thus far in the solar cycle, the sun has been abnormally quiet…historically atypical. ...

Honolulu Star-Bulletin
UH scientists observe flipping star
Honolulu Star-Bulletin, HI - Feb 19, 2008
The sun's magnetic field reverses about every 11 years, with a minimum to maximum sunspot cycle affecting Earth's climate. The peak activity, called the ...
Go Solar and Save Big!
Mother Earth News, KS - Feb 19, 2008
First, the sun’s path through the sky changes throughout the year. Second, this path repeats the same cycle every year. That’s why for any given building ...
Solar Static
Tampa Tribune, FL - Jan 27, 2008
The sun shifts gears about every 11 years in what is called a solar cycle - a reversal of its magnetic field. This creates periods of relative quiet or ...
New NOAA center focuses on increasingly powerful solar storms
Palm Beach Daily News, FL - Jan 26, 2008
This one was on the surface of the sun. A new solar cycle is about to begin, increasing the risk of solar storms, storms that pack a punch more powerful ...


AFP
Ring cycle: Antarctica, Australia, NZ to get annular eclipse
AFP - Feb 6, 2008
Because of a minute difference in distance because of celestial mechanics, the Moon does not cover the solar face completely, as in a total eclipse. ...
Solar Cell Directly Splits Water To Produce Recoverable Hydrogen
Science Daily (press release) - Feb 17, 2008
"Each surface iridium atom can cycle through the water oxidation reaction about 50 times per second," says Mallouk. "That is about three orders of magnitude ...
Wake Up! The Sun is Shining
Orangeville Citizen, Canada - Feb 13, 2008
It was cheaper to supply new 60 cycle electrical implements for every home. What would it cost to subsidize purchase and installation of solar panels for ...
Missile Intercept Of US Satellite Highlights Space Policy Issues
Science Daily (press release) - Feb 20, 2008
That rate varies from about three per day for solar maximum – a period of time when the Sun exhibits its greatest activity in an 11-year solar cycle that ...
What if the Sun dictates global warming and cooling?
Atomic, Australia - Feb 15, 2008
The real reasons for climate changes are uneven solar radiation, terrestrial precession (that is, axis gyration), instability of oceanic currents, ...
Energetic neutral atoms as the explanation for the high-velocity ...
Nature.com (subscription), UK - Feb 21, 2008
It is lower than a scaled Earth value of 0.6–1.6 s -1 over a solar cycle. The coordinate system used is centred at the planet with its x axis towards the ...
Open thread 2/21
The Wichita Eagle, KS - Feb 21, 2008
“If only the sun had stayed aboil for one more solar cycle, the religionists would have succeeded. When the inevitable cooling did come, it would still pull ...
Global Warming and Astronomy: Part Two
University Times, ME - Feb 12, 2008
More immediate is the Sun's 11-year sunspot cycle. When the Sun is active and has many sunspots, the Earth is warmer than when there are few sunspots. ...
Doomsday takes a Holiday
Men's News Daily, CA - Feb 8, 2008
"Solar scientists predict that, by 2020, the sun will be starting into its weakest [11 year] cycle of the past two centuries, likely leading to unusually ...
Global Warming Scam Report: Arctic Ice Returned and is Thicker
Stop the ACLU, PA - Feb 16, 2008
Climate scientists have already looked at changes related to Sun spot activity - a cycle of approximately 11 years - and long-term changes in the Sun's ...

Solar Activity and Severe Weather
KOAM-TV, KS - Feb 3, 2008
Matt Vincent asked: Do periods of solar flares and sun storms affect frequencies of severe storm outbreaks? I know that when these occurences with the sun ...

Flirting with Solar Causes of Climate Change
CO2 Science Magazine, AZ - Jan 29, 2008
The authors state at the outset of their provocative new paper that "we know [our italics] that there are terrestrial imprints of the solar cycle," even ...
Global warming: Is the sun to blame?
Helium, MA - Feb 5, 2008
We know that sunspots operate on an 11 year cycle, between times of very high sunspot activity to times of very low sunspot activity. ...
Transcript of chat on global warming with UCSD professor Jeff ...
San Diego Union Tribune, United States - Feb 8, 2008
The warming of the 1920s and 1930s, that was associated with the famous "dust bowl", was caused by the sun. Solar activity peaked then, as we can easily ...

Independent, UK - Feb 21, 2008
The first total lunar eclipse for four years stunned observers across the world yesterday. Steve Connor explains what caused its dramatic change of colour ...


STARS POP OUT:
Watching last Wednesday's lunar eclipse, Mike Hollingshead was amazed how "the sky went dark when the Moon entered Earth's shadow." Photographing the event from the bitter cold ("0o F!") of Little Sioux, Iowa, he documented the startling change:
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"The first frame looks like day, but it's just strong moonlight. As the eclipse progresses the stars pop out and the ground darkens," he says. "I just love this aspect of lunar eclipses."

"It has always fascinated me how dark it gets and how the shadows change during a lunar eclipse," agrees John E Cordiale who made a similar movie from his backyard observatory in Queensbury, New York. "I used a Nikon D200 to take 30 second exposures. This worked until mid-eclipse when the batteries in the camera stopped working at the 4o F outside temperature."



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