Wednesday, 19 August 2020


Hello and Welcome.  To make a change from the 'Altitude / Bends viral infection' I am going back to my real work as it were; the natural cycles ancient and modern back ups, real climate change and their cycles, the 6th extinction, the shift, the next step in evolution. In POSTS gone by I have written at length on the tie up and very distinct similarities between recorded cyclic weather changes, findings at Poles with ice drilling's, the true Mayan Calendar, the Yuga's and the many other signs; the drifting of the magnetic north, fossil evidence, archaeological and palaeontology evidence and so on and most significantly how there is a unity and oneness about creation, a symmetry an interrelationship and ecology and all pointing to evolutionary steps that are not in Darwinism and more like intelligent design and with research into the 5 previous extinctions and evidence old life forms and nature were wiped out as if their sell by date had well and truly expired and new forms and fauna appeared in a leap so to speak so thereby gradual Darwin adaption could not have taken place and I am predicting a new upgrade in humans and nature, the humans I name are Homo energetica / spiritulana. More of this you can see in my archives and the '1967' writings.  

1. The Late Ordovician

Global cooling has led to mass extinction. Mark Brennan/FlickrCC BY-SA

This ancient crisis around 445m years ago saw two major waves of extinction, both caused by climate change associated with the advance and retreat of ice sheets in the southern hemisphere. This makes it the only major extinction to be linked to global cooling.
This extinction caused the demise of around 57% of marine genera (the taxonomic rank above the species level), including many trilobites, shelled brachiopods, and eel-like conodonts.

2. The Late Devonian

This period is now regarded as a number of “pulses” of extinction spread over 20m years, beginning 380m years ago. It saw the extinction of around 50% of marine genera; among the species killed off were many corals, trilobites, sponges and the heavily armoured fish known as placoderms. This extinction has been linked to major climate change, possibly caused by an eruption of the volcanic Viluy Traps area in modern-day Siberia. A major eruption might have caused rapid fluctations in sea levels and reduced oxygen levels in the oceans.

3. The Middle Permian

Scientists have recently discovered another event 262m years ago that rivals the “Big Five” in size. This event coincided with the Emeishan eruption in what’s now China, and is known to have caused simultaneous extinctions in the tropics and higher latitudes. In particular, there were exceptionally high extinction rates: more than 80% of species were wiped out, among them brachiopods and single-celled benthic foraminifera.

4. The Late Permian

The Late Permian mass extinction around 252m years ago dwarfs all the other events, with about 96% of species becoming extinct. This included more trilobites, corals, and whole branches of species of terrestrial animals. The extinction was triggered by a vast eruption of the Siberian Traps, a gigantic and prolonged volcanic event that covered much of modern day Siberia, which led to a cascade of environmental effects.
A greenhouse effect rapidly took hold in the atmosphere, while the oceans suffered acidification and xygen depletion. The ozone layer was partially destroyed, meaning lethal levels of UV radiation reached the Earth’s surface. The recovery took almost 10m years and even then, the unstable environment this catastrophic crisis created meant the subsequent Triassic period saw intermittent bursts of heightened extinction.

5. The Late Triassic

The supercontinent Pangaea before it split.Wikimedia CommonsCC BY-SA

The Late Triassic event, 201m years ago, shares a number of similarities with the Late Permian event. It was caused by another large-scale eruption, this time of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province, which heralded the splitting of the supercontinent Pangaea and the initial opening of what would later become the Atlantic Ocean.
A similar cascade of environmental effects, as seen during the Late Permian, led to the extinction of around 47% of all genera. The extinction led to the final demise of the eel-like conodonts, as well as the largest known extinction of scleractinian corals. It also wiped out a significant proportion of terrestrial reptiles and amphibianspaving the way for the diversification of the dinosaurs in the Jurassic period.

A mass extinction in slow motion

So, are we currently in the middle of a mass extinction? If we really are, this time the cause is not a meteorite impact or volcanic eruptions. It is the work of a single species: Homo sapiens. Habitat destruction and climate change from rising carbon dioxide levels has driven extinction rates to levels reminiscent of the mass extinctions of the ancient past.
The similarities between today and the past are uncanny. The majority of past extinctions are associated with carbon dioxide from volcanoes causing rapid global warming, which led to a number of environmental cascade effects. The cause may be different, but the results will be the same.
However, it is now 66m years since the last mass extinction. Earth’s ecosystems are very different, and perhaps more stable given the length of time elapsed since the last major biotic crisis. The position of the continents has changed, meaning atmospheric and ocean circulation are different; that makes it very difficult to use past data to predict the outcomes of any future mass extinctions.
Current extinction rates are 50 times higher than expected background rates, suggesting that another mass extinction event is underway. But mass extinctions are also about magnitude: if we could travel millions of years into the future and examine rocks preserving today’s ecosystems, I’d wager we’d see little evidence of a major extinction event.
If we can stop the biodiversity decline in the near future, we may yet escape mass extinction. But 100 or 1,000 years more of human-caused stress on the biosphere will likely tip us over the edge into oblivion.
In my view there are major flaws in this presentation; It is now been proven that the Sun is involved in these changes and the Sun Earth connection is really worth exploring. In number one the Late Ordovician it is said it is the only one due to global cooling but it is not clear what caused it.

The gravitational pull of the Sun and the Moon produces the tides, so it makes sense gravity could affect plate tectonics and potentially trigger earthquakes. In a solar eclipse, the Earth, Sun, and Moon are aligned, so you’d expect the effect to be greatest. Is there a correlation between eclipses and earthquakes? The short answer is yes, but it’s not really the eclipse that increases the probability, but the lunar phase.
According to the U.S Geological Survey (USGS), recent studies have indicated a correlation between high ocean tides and earth tides and earthquakes on shallow thrust faults and undersea subduction zones. In an earth tide or body tide, the Earth’s surface is displaced by the gravity of the Sun and Moon. An ocean tide works the same way, except it’s water that moves rather than land. Both types of high tides occur during the full and new moon. A lunar eclipse occurs during a full moon while a solar eclipses occurs during the new moon, but there is no statistical increase in seismic activity compared with any other new or full moon. If you stop to think about it, the alignment between the Earth, Sun, and Moon has to be very precise to produce an eclipse, but the bodies come close to that alignment relatively often.
During earth tides, the surface of the crust may rise or fall by a few centimeters. The affect of ocean tides is more pronounced. Ocean tides can change the sea level by over a meter, which changes the pressure on subduction zones and the faults near the edges of continents.
How significant is the increased risk? The USGS calculation estimates a 3x increased risk of an earthquake. While this may seem like a lot, the risk at any given time is extremely low, so multiplying it by three still yields an extremely tiny probability of an occurrence.
The semi-diurnal tides also have an affect on seismic activity and have been connected with aftershocks in volcanic regions. Even so, the chance of an earthquake occurring is the same whether it is day or night in the region.
There is a  view that it is heat that can do it during the eclipses, the Earth cools down and then heats up  and in fault lines and fissures this has an expanding and contracting effect, then there is; (I have another view regarding the eclipses and evidence that there is a cooling and heating effect and other constituents)
More can be found in POST 353 Sunday August 2018; such as El Nino and La Nino 


A solar superstorm can make your lights go out. New maps released by the USGS show where the power is most likely to fail: The Denver metropolitan area, the Pacific northwest, the Atlantic seaboard, and a cluster of Midwestern states near the US-Canadian Border. Bright yellow and orange trace the trouble spots across the contiguous USA:

Power companies have long been wary of the sun. Solar storms can cause strong electric currents to flow through commercial power lines--so strong that the lines can't handle it. Fuses blow, transformers melt, and circuit breakers trip. The most famous geomagnetic power outage happened during a space storm in March 1989 when six million people in Quebec lost power for 9 hours.

Whether or not *your* power goes out during a solar storm depends on two things: (1) The configuration of power lines in your area and (2) the electrical properties of the ground beneath your feet. In areas of more electrically resistive rock, currents struggle to flow through the ground. Instead, they leap up into overhead power lines – a scenario that played out in
Quebec in 1989.

The new maps are possible thanks to Earthscope--a National Science Foundation magnetotelluric survey of the upper 2/3rds of the contiguous
USA. Earthscope mapped the electrical properties of deep rock and soil on a continent-spanning grid with points about 70 km apart. USGS researchers led by Greg Lucas and Jeffrey Love combined this information with the layout of modern power lines to estimate peak voltages during a century-class storm. 

    Sprawling power lines act like antennas, picking up currents and spreading the problem over a wide area.
They found a huge variation in hazard across the USA. "The largest estimated once-per-century geoelectric field is 27.2 V/km at a site located in Maine, while the lowest estimated once-per-century geoelectric field is 0.02 V/km at a site located in Idaho. That is more than 3 orders of magnitude difference," they wrote in their research paper "A 100year Geoelectric Hazard Analysis for the U.S. HighVoltage Power Grid." Notably, some of the most vulnerable regions are near big cities: Denver, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, DC.
To complete the hazard map, the researchers are waiting for a new magnetotelluric survey to cover the rest of the USA. It can't come soon enough. The last "century-class" geomagnetic storm hit in May 1921 ... 99 years ago. (Courtesy
Courtesy New Dawn Magazine
see further information on natural cycles and effects of Geomagnetic Storms on Humans
THE GREAT GEOMAGNETIC STORM OF MAY 1921: 99 years ago this week, people around the world woke up to some unusual headlines.
"Telegraph Service Prostrated, Comet Not to Blame" — declared the Los Angeles Times on May 15, 1921. "Electrical Disturbance is 'Worst Ever Known'” — reported the Chicago Daily Tribune. "Sunspot credited with Rail Tie-up" — deadpanned the New York Times.
They didn’t know it at the time, but the newspapers were covering the biggest solar storm of the 20th Century. Nothing quite like it has happened since.
It began on May 12, 1921 when giant sunspot AR1842, crossing the sun during the declining phase of Solar Cycle 15, began to flare. One explosion after another hurled coronal mass ejections (CMEs) directly toward Earth. For the next 3 days, CMEs rocked Earth’s magnetic field. Scientists around the world were surprised when their magnetometers suddenly went offscale, pens in strip chart recorders pegged uselessly to the top of the paper.
Then the fires began. Around 02:00 GMT on May 15th, a telegraph exchange in Sweden burst into flames. About an hour later, the same thing happened across the Atlantic in the village of Brewster, New York. Flames engulfed the switch-board at the Brewster station of the Central New England Railroad and quickly spread to destroy the whole building. That fire, along with another one about the same time in a railroad control tower near New York City's Grand Central Station, is why the event is sometimes referred to as the "New York Railroad Superstorm."
What caused the fires? Electrical currents induced by geomagnetic activity surged through telephone and telegraph lines, heating them to the point of combustion. Strong currents disrupted telegraph systems in Australia, Brazil, Denmark, France, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, the UK and USA. The Ottawa Journal reported that many long-distance telephone lines in New Brunswick were burned out by the storm. On some telegraph lines in the USA voltages spiked as high as 1000 V.

Above: Sunspot AR1842 on May 13, 1921. [more]
During the storm's peak on May 15th, southern cities like Los Angeles and Atlanta felt like Fairbanks, with Northern Lights dancing overhead while telegraph lines crackled with geomagnetic currents. Auroras were seen in the USA as far south as Texas while, in the Pacific, red auroras were sighted from Samoa and Tonga and ships at sea crossing the equator.
What would happen if such a storm occurred today?
Researchers have long grappled with that question–most recently in a pair of in-depth papers published in the journal Space Weather: "The Great Storm of May 1921: An Exemplar of a Dangerous Space Weather Event" by Mike Hapgood (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK) and "Intensity and Impact of the New York Railroad Superstorm of May 1921" by Jeffrey Love (US Geological Survey) and colleagues.
The summary, above, is largely a result of Hapgood’s work. He painstakingly searched historical records including scientific journals, newspaper clippings, and other reports to create a moment-by-moment timeline of the storm. Such timelines are invaluable to emergency planners, who can use them to prepare for future storms.

Above: Aurora sightings in May 1921. The leftmost red circle marks Apia, Samoa.
Jeffrey Love and colleagues also looked into the past and–jackpot!–they found some old magnetic chart recordings that did not go offscale when the May 1921 CMEs hit. Using the data, they calculated "Dst" (disturbance storm time index), a measure of geomagnetic activity favored by many space weather researchers.
"The storm attained an estimated maximum −Dst on 15 May of 907 ± 132 nT, an intensity comparable to that of the Carrington Event of 1859," they wrote in their paper.
This dry-sounding result upends conventional wisdom. Students of space weather have long been taught that the Carrington Event (-Dst = 900 nT) was the strongest solar storm in recorded history. Now we know that the May 1921 storm was about equally intense.
If the May 1921 storm hit today, "I’d expect it to lead to most, if not all, of the impacts outlined in the 2013 Royal Academy of Engineering report led by Paul Cannon," says Hapgood. "This could include regional power outages, profound changes to satellite orbits, and loss of radio-based technologies such as GPS. The disruption of GPS could significantly impact logistics and emergency services."
It’s something to think about on the 99th anniversary of a 100-year storm….
An expanded and sharable version of this story is available here.(Courtesy

SPACE WEATHER BALLOON DATA: Approximately once a week, and the students of Earth to Sky Calculus fly space weather balloons to the stratosphere over California. These balloons are equipped with radiation sensors that detect cosmic rays, a surprisingly "down to Earth" form of space weather. Cosmic rays can seed cloudstrigger lightning, and penetrate commercial airplanes. Furthermore, there are studies ( #1#2#3#4) linking cosmic rays with cardiac arrhythmias and sudden cardiac death in the general population. Our latest measurements show that cosmic rays are intensifying, with an increase of more than 18% since 2015:

Why are cosmic rays intensifying? The main reason is the sun. Solar storm clouds such as coronal mass ejections (CMEs) sweep aside cosmic rays when they pass by Earth. During Solar Maximum, CMEs are abundant and cosmic rays are held at bay. Now, however, the solar cycle is swinging toward Solar Minimum, allowing cosmic rays to return. Another reason could be the weakening of Earth's magnetic field, which helps protect us from deep-space radiation.(Courtesy
Courtesy  Exploring lIfe's Mysteries
Perhaps when all the power struggles and materialistic hedonism and huge profits out of peoples health and welfare hopefully dies down one can get down to more hidden as yet from mainstream science although I have several well known climatologists, archaeologists, palaeontologists, astro / particle / and other scientists of various disciplines especially in NASA, ESA and Russian Space Academies who are well aware of the above yet to save their funding and credibility keep ostensibly quiet.   
When you or others are feeling out of sorts or uncharacteristically anxious or irritable, saying "there must be something in the air" -- this may be closer to the truth than you think. Scientists today believe the earth's constantly changing electromagnetic fields can affect your day-to-day health, feelings and behavior. This enlightening video is full of interesting facts about our physical and emotional relationship with the earth's magnetic field and the sun. These facts were brought to you by the Global Coherence Initiative (, a special project of the Institute of HeartMath Research Center (, where ongoing research is being conducted to help us and humanity find a better understanding of how we are all connected. To contribute to this research, go to:

Just consider the human collective unconscious and how we are all connected and this lock down and stuff has permeated our brains and consciousness and then contemplate the effect consciousness has on the human psyche and the Schumann Resonance and whether one scoffs at the idea of how it effects the weather, moods, and the evidence of the gamma rays all making the cocktail for human experience more complicated to say the least. 
Courtesy CNN News
Truly outstanding series of photos and top class stuff===fascinating
Courtesy Financial Times
Also see POST 2 February 2013.
EARTH'S MAGNETIC FIELD IS QUIVERING: A fast-moving (600 km/s) stream of solar wind is blowing around Earth, causing our planet's magnetic field to shake and quiver. "The solar wind is moving the needle on my magnetometer here in the UK," reports Stuart Green, who sends this chart recording from Preston, Lancashire 

"It's always so interesting to see geomagnetic effects for myself, with data streaming down the wires to my PC, showing up as wiggles on a chart." says Green.
"The sensor is buried in my garden about 0.5 meters below the surface in an East/West orientation," he adds. "This allows very sensitive (sub ) measurements of magnetic declination. The plot shows the change in magnetic flux density in nanotesla occurring between readings every few minutes."
The stream of solar wind causing this unrest is flowing from a northern hole in the sun's atmosphere. Earth is expected to remain inside it for another ~12 to 24 hours. High latitude sky watchers should remain alert for auroras through August 5th. Aurora alerts: SMS Text.(Courtesy and Stuart Green) 
Seeing from previous POSTS and information that everything is interconnected and interrelated and that Cosmic Rays have an effect on arrhythmia's and sudden heart attacks so the shaky (nanotesia = An SI unit equal to one billionth of a tesla).(The tesla (symbol T) is the derived SI unit of magnetic flux density, which represents the strength of a magnetic field. One tesla represents one weber per square metre. The equivalent, and superseded, cgs unit is the gauss (G); one tesla equals exactly 10,000 gauss). 
From this we can deduce that sensitive people can feel shaky or whatever and also it effects the Schumann Resonance. There is also a discussion that the Planets of the solar system are having climate change which puts a doubt of just human made climate change.
Another kind of astrology?
Do the planets fields really affect who we are or what happens to us on a daily basis? Dr Michael Nitsche, of the Institut Z & S in Grosselfingen, Germany, has created an entire mathematical model suggesting that planets are continually vibrating through the heavens. 

He theorizes that the weak fluctuations of gravity have an effect because the planets also have constant giant frequencies created by their orbits. 

In a sense, the rotating planets are all giant oscillators (vibrating entities) that create huge vibrations throughout the cosmos. The vibrations of these gravitational fields lead to higher vibrations and higher harmonics in material structures, such as ‘open’— that is, constantly changing—biological systems like us. 

Nitsche has carried out a body of research showing that the fluctuations of the closest planets to earth—the moon, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn—have an effect in forming the structure of human intelligence and the stability of psychological processes—and even the triggering of earthquakes. 

“A metaphor for this is the formation of waves through movements of the air over the ocean,” says Nitsche. “The powerful masses of water on top of the deep ocean can be compared with the constant gravitational field of the earth. The small waves can be compared to the fluctuation of the planetary gravitational field.” 

Nitsche hypothesizes that these planetary fluctuations have a lifelong effect on the structure and stability of the human brain, particularly during the period when the brain is first developing and synaptic connections are being formed—in other words, when a child is born. 

Nitsche put his ideas to the test by examining 186 children and the positions of certain planets at the time of birth. Despite some variations, his results show a correlation: that children with a higher intelligence were born during a time when the planets were more in harmony and stabilizing. 

By the same token, when carrying out certain word tests with the children, Nitsche found an association between children unwilling to take risks and birth dates at a time when the major planets were particularly in harmony. In other words, those born when the planets were in close accord seemed likewise to prefer accord in their lives. 

His model also suggests that psychological instabilities and crises could be triggered by these planetary fluctuations.

Other researchers have found a correlation between schizophrenia and the position of certain planets at birth. For instance, Dr Jude U. Ohaeri, consultant psychiatrist (currently at the Psychological Medicine Hospital in Safat, Kuwait), found a correlation between certain planetary positions and relationships at birth in a group of Nigerian schizophrenics. 

According to Frank McGillion, a member of the Research Colloquium on Astrology from the University of Southampton, there is a scientific explanation for these findings. The electromagnetic fields and levels of light during the time of our births affect our levels of melatonin. Many of these factors, in turn, determine our subjective response to the effects of electromagnetic fields on our body and brain from all sources, including the planets, for the rest of our lives. 

“This could also predispose and/or cause an influence on our mood and other states of consciousness on a day-to-day basis,” he says. If there is a significant effect of certain planets on EM fields of a type and intensity known to influence the pineal gland,” says McGillion, “it’s just possible the positions of certain planets at the time of birth could— to a greater or lesser degree through the perinatal actions of melatonin—influence our development and behavior from the time of our birth as astrologers have claimed for millennia.” 

Not astrology as we know it, but something about our fixed relation to the always changing stars of our birth. Courtesy Lyn McTaggart
Reinvented the Wheel Dr Percy Seymour did this:-
Courtesy NASA Mars exploration
RESEARCHERS PREDICT A SURGE IN COSMIC RAYS: Interplanetary space is about to become a more dangerous place. A new study just published in the research journal Space Weather predicts that galactic cosmic rays will surge in the decades ahead--a result of the sputtering solar cycle. This could limit deep space missions for astronauts to as little as 200 days. Get the full story at

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