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Earth’s Weakening Magnetic Field Contributes to Extreme Weather
2004 07 13

By Mitch Battros - ECTV

As so many of my articles have pointed out, suggesting as the natural cyclical event of Earth’s magnetic field weakening to a measure of “zero point”, Earth becomes more vulnerable to geomagnetic influence, namely solar flares, CME’s, and geomagnetic plasma burst.

The Earth’s magnetic field acts as a protector for various charged particles thrusting around in space. Most of this activity is generated by our Sun. As noted in my equation, the higher number of sunspots facilitates the size and number of solar flares. The size and number of solar flares, facilitates size and power of CME’s (coronal mass ejections). CME’s facilitate both in quantity and quality the significant disruption to our magnetic field. When Earth’s magnetic field is healthy and at full capacity, most solar storms are bounced and the magnetic field ‘warps’ around the Earth like a cocoon.

Sunspots -> Solar Flares -> Magnetic Field Shift -> Shifting Ocean and Jet Stream Currents -> Extreme Weather and Human Disruption (mitch battros)

But every so many thousand years (I hope to present a range in tomorrow’s article) Earth’s magnetic field ebbs and flows. It weakens, flips, then strengthens. This is a very natural event the Earth has seen many times before. However, we humans have not. So we don’t know quite what to expect as we may be witness to a lengthy scattered magnetic flux, meaning the poles will bounce around a bit, before a full pole flip. I can speculate “severe and freak storms” will be part of this transition. I am also concerned about human health. Without our magnetic field to protect us, it may manifest as though each and every human on Earth will be exposed to large amounts of radiation. It might be equal to flying in a Boeing 747 at 40,000 feet for days on end.

At this point, I am sure to support all efforts be made to focus on fast track research to learn more and quickly about the effects of minimal magnetic field protection. Remember, not only will this effect weather in a most severe manner; it will also effect humans and animals in a way of disassociation, confusion, loss of direction, depression, anxiety, mood swings. We just don’t have enough research at this time to determine just exactly how all this will play out.

But one thing we all can do, and do right now….Monitor animal behavior! Animals have not yet destroyed their natural sense of self as we humans have. Their senses are several times more aware of sudden change. Unfortunantlly for us, we have been ‘dumbed down’. This could give a whole new meaning to the term “The dumbing down of American…No the World”.

Much more on this later. For now, read today’s NY Times article which is the first mainstream to pick up what ECTV has been writing about since 1997.

Collapse of Earth’s Magnetic Field Accelerates

From: NY Times

The collapse of the earth's magnetic field, which both guards the planet and guides many of its creatures, appears to have started in earnest about 150 years ago, the NY TIMES is planning to report on Page Ones Tuesday.

Science reporter Bill Broad has filed a report, according to newsroom sources, which explores how: 'The field's strength has waned 10 percent to 15 percent so far and this deterioration has accelerated of late, increasing debate over whether it portends a reversal of the lines of magnetic force that normally envelop the earth."

Broad explains: "During a reversal, the main field weakens, almost vanishes, and then reappears with opposite polarity. Afterward, compass needles that normally point north would point south, and during the thousands of years of transition much in the heavens and Earth would go askew."

Broad claims: "A reversal could knock out power grids, hurt astronauts and satellites, widen atmospheric ozone holes, send polar auroras flashing to the equator and confuse birds, fish and migratory animals that rely on the steadiness of the magnetic field as a navigation aid."

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