JUST IN: Historic Space Weather Could Clarify What’s Next

“Historic space weather may help us understand what’s coming next, according to new research by the University of Warwick.”

Actually, those of you who have followed Earth Changes TV, Earth Changes Media, and Science Of Cycles over the years, know what is mentioned in this ‘new’ research – is anything but ‘new’. Having said this, I am grateful that so many scientists around the world have come to affirm what happens in and around our solar system, does in fact have an influence on our planet Earth and those who reside on it.

Although this research addresses space weather as it relates to the Sun-Earth connection, I can assure you space weather will encompass our solar systems connection to our galaxy Milky Way within the next few years… (wipe smirk off face) however, SOC’s published research is already there – and has been since 2012 as identified in my 2012 updated equation. (see below)

This symbiotic causation is driven by charged particles. It has now become known as “space weather.” My research spans back to 1997, when I began to interview some of the highest esteemed scientists from agencies such as NASA, NOAA, ESA, US Naval Observatory, Royal Observatory – along with several professors from highly qualified universities such as Stanford, MIT, Johns Hopkins, Caltec, and UCLA.

Perhaps the most important word in this ‘new’ research is the word “historic”. This is to say scientists have gathered enough data to observe cycles and patterns. In doing so, the day is inching its way closer to better predict and prepare for mini and mega cycle events. And of course…another way to put it is the “ScienceOfCycles.”

Professor Sandra Chapman, from Warwick’s Centre for Fusion, Space and Astrophysics, led a project which charted the space weather in previous solar cycles across the last half century, and discovered an underlying repeatable pattern in how space weather activity changes with the solar cycle.

This exciting research shows that space weather and the activity of the Sun are not entirely random-and may constrain how likely large weather events are in future cycles. This breakthrough will allow better understanding and planning for space weather, and for any future threats it may pose to the Earth.

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Long-Term Warming Trend Continued In 2017: NASA, NOAA

Earth’s global surface temperatures in 2017 ranked as the second warmest since 1880, according to an analysis by NASA.

Continuing the planet’s long-term warming trend, globally averaged temperatures in 2017 were 1.62 degrees Fahrenheit (0.90 degrees Celsius) warmer than the 1951 to 1980 mean, according to scientists at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York. That is second only to global temperatures in 2016.

In a separate, independent analysis, scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) concluded that 2017 was the third-warmest year in their record. The minor difference in rankings is due to the different methods used by the two agencies to analyze global temperatures, although over the long-term the agencies’ records remain in strong agreement. Both analyses show that the five warmest years on record all have taken place since 2010.

Because weather station locations and measurement practices change over time, there are uncertainties in the interpretation of specific year-to-year global mean temperature differences. Taking this into account, NASA estimates that 2017’s global mean change is accurate to within 0.1 degree Fahrenheit, with a 95 percent certainty level.

“Despite colder than average temperatures in any one part of the world, temperatures over the planet as a whole continue the rapid warming trend we’ve seen over the last 40 years,” said GISS Director Gavin Schmidt.

The planet’s average surface temperature has risen about 2 degrees Fahrenheit (a little more than 1 degree Celsius) during the last century or so, a change driven largely by increased carbon dioxide and other human-made emissions into the atmosphere. Last year was the third consecutive year in which global temperatures were more than 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit (1 degree Celsius) above late nineteenth-century levels.

Phenomena such as El Niño or La Niña, which warm or cool the upper tropical Pacific Ocean and cause corresponding variations in global wind and weather patterns, contribute to short-term variations in global average temperature. A warming El Niño event was in effect for most of 2015 and the first third of 2016. Even without an El Niño event — and with a La Niña starting in the later months of 2017 — last year’s temperatures ranked between 2015 and 2016 in NASA’s records.

In an analysis where the effects of the recent El Niño and La Niña patterns were statistically removed from the record, 2017 would have been the warmest year on record.

Weather dynamics often affect regional temperatures, so not every region on Earth experienced similar amounts of warming. NOAA found the 2017 annual mean temperature for the contiguous 48 United States was the third warmest on record.

Warming trends are strongest in the Arctic regions, where 2017 saw the continued loss of sea ice.

NASA’s temperature analyses incorporate surface temperature measurements from 6,300 weather stations, ship- and buoy-based observations of sea surface temperatures, and temperature measurements from Antarctic research stations.

These raw measurements are analyzed using an algorithm that considers the varied spacing of temperature stations around the globe and urban heating effects that could skew the conclusions. These calculations produce the global average temperature deviations from the baseline period of 1951 to 1980.

NOAA scientists used much of the same raw temperature data, but with a different baseline period, and different methods to analyze Earth’s polar regions and global temperatures.

The full 2017 surface temperature data set and the complete methodology used to make the temperature calculation are available at: https://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp

GISS is a laboratory within the Earth Sciences Division of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. The laboratory is affiliated with Columbia University’s Earth Institute and School of Engineering and Applied Science in New York.

BREAKING NEWS: NOAA Hurricane Prediction Updated and Raised by “Double”

In addition to yesterday’s announcement of this year’s hurricane season being updated to “extremely active”, news regarding the swarm of earthquakes at Yellowstone supervolcano shows no signs of letting up. Swarms at Yellowstone are not unexpected, however, once the earthquakes reach magnitude 4.0 and higher, everything shifts and seismologists, geologists, and volcanologists are put on alert. There was one isolated event on June 15 measuring 4.4 mag., which did set off alarms, but all following quakes measured below the 4.0 threshold.

I expect for both earth changing events and civil disturbance to escalate as we draw closer to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse. From here on-out over the next three weeks, it will perhaps be increasingly uncomfortable to read (become aware) of scenarios as they unfold. For this reason, I will be producing my articles on “Disclosure vs Omission” and something called “Crisis Fatigue”. My personal research suggests “disclosure” is the better option, however, not everyone agrees with my conclusion.

NOAA Announces 2017 Hurricane Season Will Be Twice as Active

Today NOAA issued the scheduled update for its 2017 hurricane season outlook. Forecasters are now predicting a higher likelihood of an above-normal season, and they increased the predicted number of named storms and major hurricanes. The season has the potential to be extremely active, and could be the most active since 2010.

In just the first nine weeks of this season there have been six named storms, which is half the number of storms during an average six-month season and double the number of storms that would typically form by early August. An average Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June 1-November 30, produces 12 named storms, of which six become hurricanes, including three major hurricanes.

“Today’s updated outlook underscores the need for everyone to know their true vulnerabilities to storms and storm surge,” said FEMA Administrator Brock Long. “As we enter the height of hurricane season, it’s important for everyone to know who issues evacuation orders in their community, heed the warnings, update their insurance and have a preparedness plan.”

JUST IN: Earthquake Swarm Continues at Yellowstone Supervolcano

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations (UUSS) is monitoring an earthquake swarm which is currently active on the western edge of Yellowstone National Park. The swarm began on June 12th, 2017 and continues to this day composed of over 1,600 events with the largest measuring 4.4 magnitude. The M4.4 event has an oblique strike-slip moment tensor solution.

The swarm consists of one earthquake in the magnitude 4 range, 8 earthquakes in the magnitude 3 range, 134 earthquakes in the magnitude 2 range, 505 earthquakes in the magnitude 1 range, 879 earthquakes in the magnitude 0 range, and 35 earthquakes with magnitudes of less than zero.  These events have depths from surface to 14.0 kilometers, relative to sea level. At the time of this report, there were 125 felt reports for the M4.4 event.

North Korea Update: Probability of conflict now raised to 67% to occur within 21 day window.

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It’s All True…Everything! But Not Necessarily New – Cosmic Rays,Radiation,Earthquakes

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As mentioned in my last article, I am catching up on recent disclosures and it appears some scientific releases have come out sooner than I had expected. I am going to lay this out with the most recent article and then venturing backwards two or three weeks. The reason for this title is a nod to a few colleagues working under the NASA/NOAA umbrella, who have respectfully challenged my research (which is appropriate and necessary), even though uncomfortably harsh at times,  and now have to ease-up a bit since they just happen to be the source on a few items.
Note: Although peer-review can be quite challenging, and on one or two personal occasions ‘humiliating’, it is absolutely necessary to weed-out insubstantial conjecture from theory or at least hypothesis.

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The first of which caught my attention is NASA’s release concerning galactic cosmic rays. This will not be news to you me, and all those who have followed my research over the last 10 years, and even further hints of such going back 21 years during my research of the Sun-Earth connection. Recent released data from both NASA and NOAA now affirming the real-time consequences of Earth’s weakened (and weakening) magnetic field is allowing extensive measures of solar and galactic cosmic rays to enter Earth’s atmosphere. I would suggest the only reason this would be considered ‘news’ is because NASA says it news.

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The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) is the biggest player forcing this to the front. Real and hard hitting data covering the better part of a decade, provides a daunting picture of commercial airline operatives such as pilots, attendants and frequent flyers traveling at altitudes of 35,000 feet or above. The threat is even greater for flight paths near the magnetic poles, because the momentum shielding by Earth’s magnetic field is at its weakest.

Going back to 2008, airline flight crews were currently classified as “radiation workers,” a  federal designation that means they are consistently exposed to radiation. Flight crews on high- latitude routes, in fact, were exposed to more radiation on an annual basis than nuclear plant workers. Move forward 9 years with new instruments and natural evolutionary causes, radiation exposure may have doubled.

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But increased radiation is not only a threat to high flying humans (haven’t decided if pun intended or not just yet), it is perhaps the most instrumental impetus of natural cyclical flux of warming and cooling trends which has a direct causal effect on Earth’s mantle and literally, down to her core. From here, I could jump right into Earth’s coming full magnetic flip, which as I have documented fully as part of my research, a great many of you will have firsthand experience of its latter phase, selfishly to say – I will not be one of them as it comes in the 2060’s. But hey, we all have are time in history. “I was alive and fine in sixty nine.” Uhh, that would be 1969 when I was just a baby (or so).

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But there is more pressing recent disclosures I wish to address. The acknowledgement of what is being called “fracking” and its man-made ‘moderate’ earthquakes. I use the word ‘moderate’ indicating earthquakes have gone beyond 2.0, 2.5, or 3.5, now ranging into the high 4’s and being felt in multiple states. The cause of these quakes is a term I have made popular (so they tell me) calling “fluid-displacement” as the cause. Whether it is forcing fluid out, or forcing fluid in, it is the sudden shift on tectonic plates which cause the rattle. Perhaps oddly, so-called fracking had nothing to do with my original theory of fluid-displacement – it was historical analysis of both a full solar eclipse and full lunar eclipse. My research clearly showed a greater than theoretical corroboration of natural events, namely earthquakes and volcanoes, occurring  within 14 days prior to, or 14 days after the full eclipse.

More Coming…..

Side Note: Thank you to all those sending me your happy birthday heraldings. It always feels good knowing someone remembers you enough to just say “hey, you’re still around.” And for those of you who know me perhaps a bit more, it really does warm my heart. And for those of you…oh boy really didn’t want to go there…who have really shared some tangible time and space in my life…well darn it, you simply and truly brought a smile to my face, and yes on occasion, a tear to my eye.

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My Two Girls Alexa and Sophia now 8 and 4

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And Of Course My Ageless Wife and Mother Elly

From high school friends and foes, to college roommates and frat bros (not sure how I feel about the frat period, early 20’s young dumb and full of – oh whatever. I think most of you who are hovering around my age will agree…the foes are few or none, and whatever time we spend together in this day seems to take on a time-warp when a few quality minutes or hours make up for years or tens of years as if we had been in touch somehow in some-way as if it were hidden along some-kind of small celestial portal…Warning, Mitch appears to be slipping into some heavy-heavy esoteric mindscape – Oh what the helion, might as well finish this thought. What if we discover there really is some factual data around ‘string theory’, bosons, and firmions.

What if there is such a place! and along the walls of this portal we see the face of our friends, foes, roommates, family and extended family. In that very moment we realize in less than a flash, every single person place and thing was tied to us from the beginning and I do mean the ‘beginning’.

 

I have never said this publically before. My children would at times ask me: “where did I come from.” Of course my first reaction was: “Oh honey, Alexa has a question for you.” And then she would ask: “how did you and mom meet, and why did you have me?” To my surprise, I wanted to answer this question. Without hesitation, my answer just came out effortlessly. “Alexa, me and mommy didn’t choose you – you chose us. And every single day I thank God, and you, for looking down from the heavens and deciding along with your angels that you chose us to come into this world. The days that I fail you as being your dad to help you experience the challenges of this Earthly life, eats at me every time. So every time I see you trying to figure out this world, I am too and I’ll never ever forget your first hours in this life. I would stare at you all night not wanting to miss a single second, and I might add your mom would laugh at me because sometimes I would put a mirror under your nose to make sure you were breathing. But honestly, to me during this time I knew without a single doubt you could see and speak to the very place you just left. In fact, I wrote about this experience to all the members of daddy’s work. And guess what, other moms and dads had a similar experience. So any of those times dad yells at you, it’s either something you did scares me, or I don’t know quite what to do, and sometimes I even scare myself.”

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Okay folks, it’s time to get back to science. If you can, help support our work with your donations. There is a lot to say and time is not necessarily on the best of sides.

Cheers, Mitch

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