Extreme Patterns

Extreme Patterns

Europe Weather: An Extreme Weather Pattern Has Taken Hold… (7 min)

Mt. St. Helens Eruption 44th Anniversary – More Snow For The West – Power Is Still Out In Texas (6 min)

Pole Shift – Earth Risk Rising (2 min)

A Real Hockey Stick (2 min)


Society Changing Events Coming in Late 2024 (53 min)

 

Climate the Movie

Climate the Movie

It will get colder not hotter….

Winter Weather Alerts for 5 States – M7.4 Solar Flare – Geomagnetic Storm Watch – Climate The Movie (11 min)

Climate The Movie (1:19 min)


Safe Zones and Disaster Zones (16 min)


I do not hold to the theory of the mantel slipping and causing a global tsunami. However, there will be local flooding, volcanic and massive seismic activity  following a CME.  Is there anywhere “safe”?  Very hard to say, but one thing is certain…  it is not very sensible to live next to a volcano or on a plate boundary.

Earth’s Magnetic Field and Health, Quasars, Space Weather | S0 News Mar.21.2024 (3 min)

 

The climate cult

The climate cult

SOLAR STORMS | Earth Vulnerability & Impact (9 min)

Space Weather, SPHERE, Volcano, Geoelectric | S0 News Mar.5.2024 (3 min)

Over 10 Feet Of Snow Tahoe Brings Snowfall Totals Above Average – Fernandina Volcano, New Eruption (11 min)

 

Brian Sussman: Climate Cult | Tom Nelson Pod #199 (1: 09 min)

Martian Sunspot

Martian Sunspot

From Spacewather on Feb 9th (https://spaceweather.com/)

THE “MARTIAN SUNSPOT” IS FACING EARTH: A sunspot big enough to see from Mars is now turning to face Earth. NASA’s Perseverance rover on Mars first noticed the sprawling sunspot group last week, photographing it using the rover’s MASTCAM. It was a behemoth then, and it has only grown bigger since. Here’s how AR3576 looked yesterday from Argentina:

“The view was fantastic,” says Eduardo Schaberger Poupeau, who photographed the sunspot using a solar-filtered telescope in the town of Rafaela. “AR3576 appeared as a large archipelago containing a multitude of dark cores.”

In fact, the sunspot is even bigger than the picture suggests. There’s more of it visible in Poupeau’s full frame image. From end to end, the sunspot group stretches more than 150,000 km with at least 4 dark cores larger than Earth. You can see it using ISO-approved eclipse glasses–no magnification required.

AR3576 is big, yes, but of even greater interest is the sunspot’s magnetic complexity. This magnetic map from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory shows a mixture of polarities in the sunspot’s core:

In the circled region, positive and negative magnetic polarities are so closely-packed, you may need to look at this unlabeled map to see them clearly. Opposite polarities bumping together can cause explosive magnetic reconnection. Indeed, NOAA forecasters say this sunspot poses a threat for strong X-class solar flares–and Earth is directly in the line of fire. Stay tuned.

Micronova Outbursts, Magma Ascent, Space Weather | S0 News Feb.8.2024 (3 min)

 

Ophelia Pain

Ophelia Pain

Tropical Storm Ophelia Make Landfall – Geomagnetic Storm Watch – Snow Has Arrived – Yurt Life (7 min)

Assessing Government Climate Agencies (5 min)

First Burning Of The Earth – Cosmic Impact Oral Traditions – The Cycle Repeats Itself (55 min)

 

Space Weather, Dark Matter, Galactic Surprise | S0 News Sep.24.2023 (3 min)