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Originally posted by saintinwaiting
reply to post by GoldenRuled
This is significant - other readings have been way off normal, too...
Watch the weird "flash" ray go across the Atlantic toward Canada...
There were also corresponding quakes in the same area of Canada as the flash - not sure if it's all correlated, just fishing...
Originally posted by AriesJedi
I bet this explains why the UK had a storm as cosmic rays increase cloud cover.
Originally posted by highfreq
A neutron monitor is a ground-based detector designed to measure the number of high-energy charged particles striking the Earth's atmosphere from outer space. For historical reasons the incoming particles are called "cosmic rays", but in fact they are particles, predominantly protons and Helium nuclei. Most of the time, a neutron monitor records galactic cosmic rays and their variation with the 11-year sunspot cycle and 22-year magnetic cycle. Occasionally the Sun emits cosmic rays of sufficient energy and intensity to raise radiation levels on Earth's surface to the degree that they are readily detected by neutron monitors. They are termed "Ground Level Enhancements" (GLE). The neutron monitor was invented by University of Chicago Professor John A. Simpson in 1948. The "18-tube" NM64 monitor, which today is the international standard, is a large instrument weighing about 36 tons.
reply to post by HiGilgamesh
There is much more than just neutron energy. As we enter the golden age we get energy from the center of the galaxy for 2000 years, we are about to be in its full blast/radiance on dec 21 from this energy for 2000 years we will evolve very fast