by Mitch Battros – Earth Changes Media
This is the second strong warning the space and atmospheric agencies have put out for cycle 24. Several coronal mass ejections (CMEs) along with coronal hole and filament discharges have been produced over the last 72 hours. The cumulative effect of these events has caused an unexpected alert. The status of this event has been placed as a G3 ‘Strong’ event.
Geomagnetic Storm Chart: CLICK to ENLARGE
The following agencies have been put on alert: The FAA, US Air Force, National Security Space Office (NSSO) and National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) [NSSO and NSTAC is a joint committee which oversees commercial and military satellite operations], and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) which oversees eight regional reliability entities and encompasses all of the interconnected power systems of the contiguous United States, Canada and a portion of Baja California in Mexico.
Take a look at the video below to see the power and number of particle discharges. Something is odd about this series of events. We would expect to see the velocity of such events to be associated with high range M-class flares (between 7-9) or X-class flare (between 1-5).
CME’s Earth Bound Video: http://bit.ly/SXugVp
Watch for extreme weather events over the next 72 hours – this would include large earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, hurricane (water) tornado (land), and various extreme weather fluctuations.
Charged Particles (sunspots, solar flares, filament, coronal holes, etc.) => Magnetic Field Shift => Shifting Ocean and Jet Stream Currents => Extreme Weather and Human Disruption (mitch battros 1998 Updated: 2012).
Stay tuned for updates —–