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    We should all be alright, right?

    I mean, NASA solved the problem of shielding humans and tech from the devastating cosmic radiation in the '60's did they not...... When they sent that tin can to the moon and back, several times, almost 60 years ago.

    (sarcasm off)

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    Too funny!!

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    Looking back through this thread it's clear one or two people are expressing a significant misunderstanding of the known facts.

    For the record:

    We know the strength earth's magnetic field varies. At the moment it appears to be reducing.
    We know the magnetic poles wander, the rate of this wandering waxes and wanes.
    We know the earth's magnetic poles flip every few hundred thousand years. Once started (if it ever really stops) no-one knows how long this takes, shortest estimation I believe is decades. Maybe centuries or longer. Almost certainly not in days!

    When this does start to happen the hypothesis is that the magnetic poles don't slowly drift in opposite directions, but break up into numerous north/south poles across the earth. The South Atlantic anomaly may be how this starts - or maybe not.

    The sun's magnetic poles flip every 11 years approximately, so some suggest that a solar cycle is not really nine to 12 years, but twice that if you consider the sun's poles flipping for a complete cycle.

    Hands up anyone who has had solar activity impact on their daily lives during say the past 40 years? Or noticed solar activity even existed - apart from tabloid and ill-informed TV news hype?

    Again it is perhaps worth remembering that many of these observations are conducted by well equipped amateurs. Not just NASA! There are many hobbies (LF, MF, HF, VHF radio communication in particular) where all these changes have noticeable effects, but not to the man-in-the-street. Nothing particularly weird has been happening regarding solar or geomagnetic activity - the appropriate forums would be seriously pre-occupied by it if this were the case. (OK, this solar cycle was unusually slow to start and had a low sunspot peak, but only compared to accurate observation in the past couple of centuries. So in fact this might be what's the long-term 'normal'.)

    It's true that accurate observations are relatively recent and we don't really know what much longer, more subtle terrestrial or solar cycles may exist. Whatever they are, they appear not to have had catastrophic impacts on life here; those seem to have come from objects hitting us from space or massive geological activity from just below the earth's crust.

    Nevertheless, what we may call unusual solar or geomagnetic activity would not have affected the pre-industrial age. But for us now it could range from inconvenience to chaos, like another Carrington Event. But again, we have no idea how often one of those events, if blasted into our direction, might happen.

    The point is, there is no evidence of anything imminent being 'hushed up' by The Powers That Be. I hope this helps counteract the fear porn...
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    ... ^^^ ...

    Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_uiNwoSZu4



    Regarding the Carolina Bays: Carolina Bays: Solved

    What's missing in their puzzle pieces is what's the clock/chronometer that ties it all to the precession of the Equinoxes: The Solar system as a binary star system.

    Because, then, it also brings in "The Electrical Universe" component as an additional piece for the triggering of magnetic polar inversions, never mind the accompanying volleys of meteorites pummelings.
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    What's missing in their puzzle pieces is what's the clock/chronometer that ties it all to the precession of the Equinoxes: The Solar system as a binary star system.

    Because, then, it also brings in "The Electrical Universe" component as an additional piece for the triggering of magnetic polar inversions, never mind the accompanying volleys of meteorites pummelings.
    I'm not sure what you're saying here, Hervé. Is this evidence for, or against, meteor impact, magnetic polar inversions, the electric universe, and/or some combination, causation or correlation thereof ?

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    I'm not sure what you're saying here, Hervé. Is this evidence for, or against, meteor impact, magnetic polar inversions, the electric universe, and/or some combination, causation or correlation thereof ?
    In short, the data provided in the interview are evidence for all the above

    Ben Garrison/Suspicious Observers chat with Robert Felix promotes the idea that there seems to be a correlation between magnetic pole reversals, ice age and the Precession of the Equinoxes cycles but Robert seems to be of the idea that the Precession of the Equinoxes is due to Earth's wobble rather than the effect of a binary Solar System.

    Also, Robert doesn't think that the burnt/charcoal/coal layers correlated to ice age/magnetic reversals and related extinction events (e.g. mammoths) are due to meteorite impacts but rather to active volcanism.

    By leaving a very plausible Binary Solar System out of the picture, Robert (not sure about Ben) also leaves out a model which integrates most, if not all, of the observed phenomena.

    A Binary Solar System brings with it an Electric Universe component and its accompanying electromagnetic effects on the sun as well as earth and all the other planets and which in turn affect weather/climate and volcanism as well as the clockwork regularity of cometary/asteroid/meteoroid disturbances.

    In short, the chat (I would recommend anyone to have a listen to), is excellent in correlating a good number of phenomena but leaves out the most important piece (in my opinion) and that's a Binary Solar System with its accompanying electromagnetic and gravitational influence over said Solar System.

    PS: For those interested in the mammoths' fate, see this series of posts starting here (<---)
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