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The Battros 'Equation'
|by Mitch Battros - Earth Changes Media
February 26, 2012
First let me apologize for the scarcity of my ongoing news updates sent to the ECM newsletter list. It is taking a bit longer to return my focus and energies focused on breaking news events in the field of science and ancient text. My newborn daughter continues to improve and we are hopeful to see a full remission (actually disappearance) of her cardio-pulmonary status.
Sunspots => Solar Flares (charged particles) => Magnetic Field Shift => Shifting Ocean and Jet Stream Currents => Extreme Weather and Human Disruption (mitch battros 1998).
There has been something going on in the field of solar-physics which has been both fascinating and alarming. It is the way charged particles (mostly solar) have been affecting the Earth's magnetic field and Earth's core. It would appear to the average person having general knowledge of the Sun-Earth connection to believe the current solar cycle (Cycle 24), is below average regarding sunspots - therefore, it is having a minimal affect to Earth and humans.
In a word: Wrong..... What we are learning highlights an ongoing barrage of charged particles smashing into our magnetic field, and also having an effect on its core.
Many of you were surprised when a sudden and unexpected array of northern lights (auroras) appeared on February 15th which did not appear to be related to solar events such as solar flares or CMEs (coronal mass ejections). Now we have a better idea of why.
Earlier today, a powerful magnitude 6.8 earthquake shook southwestern Siberia; there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries, emergency officials said. The earthquake hit about 100 kilometers (60 miles) east of Kyzyl, the capital of the Russian republic of Tuva, which borders Mongolia. FULL ARTICLE - http://bit.ly/xZarMQ
There have been some large earthquakes over the last few days, in addition, there was an alarming notice put out on February 21st warning us of a great danger of a Cascadia Subduction Zone eruption, in-part related to the devastating 9+ magnitude earthquake which hit Japan on March 11, 2010.
Detailed analyses of the way the Earth warped along the Japanese coast suggest that shaking from a Cascadia mega-quake could be stronger than expected along the coasts of Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. "The Cascadia Subduction Zone can be seen as a mirror image of the Tohoku area," said John Anderson, of the University of Nevada. FULL ARTICLE - http://bit.ly/AbCPd4
Latest Solar Activity News:
What is now being identified as the cause of February 15th aurora surprise - is a new term which could be added to the Battros 'Equation' is "Filament".
Charged Particles (sunspots, solar flares, filament, coronal holes, etc.) => Magnetic Field Shift => Shifting Ocean and Jet Stream Currents => Extreme Weather and Human Disruption (mitch battros 2012).
Beginning on February 22nd, solar scientists report the EUVI images indicated clear on-disk activity (filament eruption, dimmings) associated with a CME. On February 23rd, another CME fired off from the Sun's eastern limb. It was not Earth directed, but was expect to present a glancing blow on Feb. 26th.
There have been several CMEs in the northern part of the Sun. One CME produced a 'full halo and is expected to hit on Feb. 27th. It is a full halo CME (including the shock) and is expected to be geo-effective. The CME is nicely visible in COR2-B data as well where we derived a speed of around 500 km/s. SDO/AIA images show that this CME is the result from a large filament located in the north-eastern hemisphere which erupted late on the Feb.23rd. Dimmings and nice post-eruptive loops are visible. We expect geomagnetic active to minor storm conditions on Feb. 27th when the arrival of the CME is expected.
Geomagnetic conditions are expected to become unsettled to active during the next 36 hours. The CME that erupted on Feb. 24th around 4 UT, is expected to become geo-effective in the course of Monday Feb. 27th between 6 - 16 UT. The magnetic field is expected to be oriented northward, we therefore expect only active geomagnetic conditions (K=4). The >10 MeV proton flux is elevated but didn't reach the event threshold, however they may rise if a new event occurs.
The CME that erupted Feb. 24th around 4 UT is expected to become geo-effective in the course of Monday 27/2 between 6 and 16 UT. Yet another CME was observed late on the same day of Feb. 24th around 20 UT. It is also related to a filament eruption, this time in the south-east. This CME is not expected to have big geomagnetic consequences since it is directed mostly southward and since it is very slow (350 km/s). A glancing blow is however possible, which may lead to unsettled conditions late on Feb. 29th.