Mexican quake and shake

Mexican quake and shake

Mexico 7.6 Earthquake and Tsunami Footage – LIVE Questions and Answers With DIAMOND

Wow…that ended in an epic rant (lolz).

9/19/2022 — CONTINENTAL SIZED starforts + rare Earthquakes hitting them directly – AZ to Cali M4.4 (31 min)

Galactic Current Sheet | Review of The Disaster Trigger (10 min)

Solar Impact on Airplanes, Star Mountains | S0 News Sep.19.2022 (3 min)

Manufacturing Will Stop

Manufacturing Will Stop

Continuing inflation and disruptions across all areas of life, now manufactures that turn metals into something else, their electricity cost is too high. Smelters, refiners, manufacturers and fabricators will shut production. Anything metal will stop moving.

Manufacturing Will Stop; What You Can Do (14 min)

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Cosmic Signs

Cosmic Signs

This from https://spaceweather.com/

FAST-GROWING SUNSPOT: Two days ago sunspot AR3085 barely existed. Since then it has grown more than 10-fold, turning itself into a double sunspot group with cores nearly as wide as Earth. Watch this movie. The active region is directly facing Earth and crackling with C-class solar flares. Solar flare alerts: SMS Text

AURORAS ON JUPITER: Yesterday, NASA released the first James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) images of auroras on Jupiter. The red rings of light circling Jupiter’s poles were big enough to swallow Earth:

But Jupiter’s auroras are more then just oversized versions of our own. They are formed in a completely different way. One of the key ingredients is volcanoes, and–so much for space weather–solar activity is not required.

For the most part, Jupiter makes its own Northern and Southern Lights. It does this by spinning–like crazy. Jupiter turns on it axis once every 10 hours, dragging its giant planetary magnetic field around with it. Spinning a magnet is a great way to generate a few volts; kids do it all the time for science fair projects. Jupiter’s spin produces 10 million volts around its poles.

These voltages set the stage for non-stop auroras. The fuel comes from Jupiter’s volcanic moon Io, where active vents spew ions such as O+ and S+ into Jupiter’s magnetosphere. Polar electric fields grab these ions and slam them into Jupiter’s upper atmosphere. The resulting glow can be seen almost anytime JWST wants to look. Jupiter’s volcano-powered auroras are usually “on.”

Solar wind and CMEs can also help. However, solar storm clouds are naturally weakened by the time they travel all the way to Jupiter, five times farther from the sun than Earth. Also, Jupiter’s powerful magnetic field forms a potent shield. Io is already inside Jupiter’s “defenses,” so it can be more effective.

Two distinct auroras coexist over the poles of Jupiter: Ultraviolet auroras created by atmospheric hydrogen in its molecular form (H2) and infrared auroras created by the hydrogen ion H3+. JWST saw the infrared variety. In fact, the telescope is well instrumented to monitor these auroras. Its Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam) has a filter that nicely captures the 3.3 to 3.6 micron glow of H3+. NASA, we want more!

 

Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Major Scientist in Trouble | S0 News Aug.23.2022 (3 min)

Sunspots Growing Quickly, Solar/Magnetic Field Impact | S0 News Aug.22.2022 (4 min)

 

Solar Eruptions

Solar Eruptions

Solar/Seismic Watch, Auroral Forcing, Sahara | S0 News July.31.2022 (3:01)

Solar Eruptions Return, Particle Forcing of the Lower Atmosphere | S0 News Jul.30.2022 (3 min)

Lasers electromagnetic RAIN MAKING (1:00)

12,300 Year Old Fossil Footprint In Utah Reveals A Second Site Of Human Habitation Rewriting History (14 min)

Note the time frame.

Massive Earthquake Swarm Fagradalsfjall Volcano, Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland- Krýsuvík-Trölladyngja (5 min)