Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Incoming halo-CME Aug 5th -6th.

Way back on Aug 1st the sun sent off a large filament that ejected a large amount of emissions and they are heading to earth.

GEOMAGNETIC STORM--MORE TO COME? The solar storm of August 1st sent two CMEs toward Earth. The first one arrived yesterday, August 3rd, sparking mild but beautiful Northern Lights over Europe and North America (see below). The second CME is still en route. NOAA forecasters estimate a 35% chance of major geomagnetic storms when the cloud arrives on August 4th or 5th. High-latitude sky watchers should remain alert for auroras.
Depending upon the arrival time we cannot know the specific if any  area of the earth that will be impacted.  The chances are very likely because of the intensity and other factors that are aligned overhead of earth makes this an event to keep an eye one.

What we can say is that increasingly space weather is getting more portent with regards to the effect on earth weather.

 There is a growing number of people that are looking at the relationship of the Sun to earth quakes and it is growing harder, IMHO, to ignore this possibility and to start to have an open and honest dialogue about the Earth Changes that are  Figure out the drawing and you will have a heads in on what is unfolding upon us NOW.

btw another thing to keep an watch upon is the length of this incoming energy it is possible that it will be over many hours which is very usual and not friendly to our electronics

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