posted on Mar, 7 2012 @ 08:54 PM
I placed this here, not because it was a prediction, but because it might lead to better predictions for geological activity in relation to sun
activity. *I* am not making a prediction...I am merely drawing the attention of everyone to observe what happens over the next week. If history
repeats itself, and IF the increase in solar particles hitting the Earth DO have an impact on geological activity, then we may be in for something
huge. This is the watching post!
Huge Solar Flare
As most everyone knows, we are due for a wave of solar particles to hit us from the largest solar eruption in five years. Over the next 24 hours, the
Earth will be showered in excited solar particles, most being deflected by our atmosphere, but some passing straight through the Earth.
No evidence to connect the two, you say? Well, hold your horses...
Here is only ONE example of many articles attempting to connect the two. I could have chosen many, but this is the first that came up, and it said
what I was looking for, so I'm using it for the example....
Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami Caused by Solar
Japanese media reported at least 1,000 people are presumed dead from Friday's massive 8.9 earthquake, most drowned by Tsunami that swept across
the northeast coast of the island nation. And its not only a coincidence that it happened exactly after 24 hours Solar flare hit Earth.
According to NASA website March 9th ended with a powerful solar flare. Earth-orbiting satellites detected anX1.5-class explosion from behemoth sunspot
1166 around 2323 UT. A movie from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (above) shows a bright flash of UV radiation plus some material being hurled away
from the blast site. In addition, on March 10, 2011 around 0630 UT, a CME did strike a glaceing blow to Earth's magnetic field. This was a result of
an M3 flare that occurred late on March 7, 2011.
This current solar eruption is larger than the one that happened before the tsunami. It's definitely worth some eyeballs.
This weekend could prove to be an eventful one, given that the New Madrid is stirring. There is also some independent research suggesting that the
regions of the sun in which the eruptions occur, also coincide with the areas of the Earth that respond. I will look for that information and post
later. In the meantime, I must go, but please post whatever activity happens over the next week, here. Maybe, together, we can find a decent
edit on 7-3-2012 by Gseven because: content