The new cycle, labeled “Solar Cycle 24,” is already slightly behind schedule and is now expected to peak around October 2011.
Earth’s protective magnetic field shields much of the planet from this radiation, but particularly strong flares can make the magnetic field fluctuate, producing geomagnetic storms that can disrupt communications and navigation systems. In addition to navigation systems, such flares can have significant consequences across many sectors, said Joe Kunches, head of the Forecast and Analysis Branch of NOAA’s Space Environment Center.
Satellites in low orbit around Earth are vulnerable to this radiation, which can cause Earth’s upper atmosphere to swell somewhat, interfering with the satellites’ orbits. Solar flares can also endanger astronauts by exposing them to potentially lethal radiation, and can even increase radiation dangers to pilots and passengers flying at very high altitudes.
Scientists, however, are still divided over the predicted intensity of the next solar cycle. Given in numbers of sunspots per year, the two competing estimates for maximum activity are 140, peaking in October 2011, and 90, peaking in August 2012. Although certainly different, both estimates are relatively moderate, Biesecker said: In comparison, the most active period in the past 100 years occurred in 1956, when sunspot activity averaged about 200.
The stage is now set for:
1. By 2012, a massive solar flare that will disable altogether the entire power grid of the 12:60-a day the Earth stood still effect. This would be the result of the massive amounts of electrically charged particles now stored in the magnetic field that would be released when a CME hits the magnetosphere, flooding and saturating the 12:60 electromagnetic field to such an extent as to knock it out all at once. This would be the no recovery knock out punch. The 12:60 system-the technosphere – would be irrevocably terminated. This would be especially so since the electromagnetic force would be oriented toward the north-that is, the northern hemisphere where the major 12:60 energy field is generated.
2. One further consideration within the range of possibility, especially owing to the factor of the intense solar-terrestrial polar reconnection: That the geomagnetic storm or perturbation unleashed could be of such a magnitude that it could set off the long anticipated shift in the polar magnetic fields. This would amount to an unprecedented scrambling of the entire electromagnetic field of the planet setting off highly unpredictable storms and natural upheavals. (See Patrick Geryl, The World Cataclysm in 2012, AUP press, 2005)
3. Simultaneous to such an event, there would occur a polar reconnection-auroral bursts at both poles would be joined in one continuous stream simultaneously connecting above the equator to create, in effect, a spontaneously occurring circumpolar rainbow bridge.
4. According the rainbow science of the Law of Time, bonded by a prolonged and sustained planetary wide telepathic meditation, this continuous auroral flow could become a permanent feature of the Earth’s electromagnetic field-the circumpolar rainbow bridge. This possibility underscores the importance of activating the entire CREST 13 project by 2010, so that the preliminary telepathically unifying meditation practices for this event can begin.
The NASA announcement should be taken very seriously-as it in fact, points to the imminence of a major disruption of the entire civilized order of global civilization. In light of this it is not too late to begin preparations for survival into the aftermath-an off-the-grid, self-sustaining life-style with an inner life based on the codes of the new time and a cultivation of telepathic meditation. This is precisely the prescription for the CREST13 project (www.lawoftime.org) The post-12:60 13:20 future is just around the corner.
(But the breach itself is not the biggest surprise. Researchers are even more amazed at the strange and unexpected way it forms, overturning long-held ideas of space physics.
The opening was huge-four times wider than Earth itself,” says Wenhui Li, a space physicist at the University of New Hampshire who has been analyzing the data. Li’s colleague Jimmy Raeder, also of New Hampshire, says “1027 particles per second were flowing into the magnetosphere-that’s a 1 followed by 27 zeros. This kind of influx is an order of magnitude greater than what we thought was possible.”
Raeder explains: “We’re entering Solar Cycle 24. For reasons not fully understood, CMEs in even-numbered solar cycles (like 24) tend to hit Earth with a leading edge that is magnetized north. Such a CME should open a breach and load the magnetosphere with plasma just before the storm gets underway. It’s the perfect sequence for a really big event.”)
he size of the breach took scientists by surprise. For the NASA researchers the circumstances were even more bizarre. Prior to this it was thought that breaches only occurred in response to solar magnetic fields that point south. This one pointed north. According to the accepted theory, when the north pointing solar wind hit the north pointing terrestrial magnetic field, the electromagnetic field should have closed up. Instead, the impact defied and contradicted all theories, and did the opposite-it opened a hole the size of the Earth, and the whole day side of the magnetic field was exposed.