Solar Cycle 24 and more Earth Changes
The upcoming solar cycle 24 will be the worst in 400 years. It will affect life on earth, the earth itself, the weather, and our own physical bodies. It will peak about 2011-2012, and I wonder what the combination of a total solar eclipse and a red moon prophesy from scripture, and an intense solar cycle will be like.
The last days will be full of negative earth changes, and this combination seems to fit this description.
To see the predicted solar and lunar eclipse schedule
I am wondering: The solar cycle 23, which is milder by comparison, produced weather like the tsunami in Indonesia, and Hurricane Katrina (category 5). With cycle 24, which is more intense, what awaits us in the next 11 years?
ALL EYES ARE ON THE SUN AFTER NOAA-LED SOLAR CYCLE 24 PANEL PREDICTS UPCOMING PERIOD OF INTENSE SOLAR STORMS
Each 11-year solar cycle consists of a solar maximum characterized by a large number of sunspots (and solar storms) followed by a solar minimum characterized by a smaller number of sunspots (and solar storms). Currently, we are approaching the end of Solar Cycle 23 (a solar minimum) and are on the heels of the start of Solar Cycle 24 (a solar maximum) — so the topic on the minds of many people is the upcoming Solar Cycle 24, its much anticipated solar maximum, and the number of solar storms it will generate.
“The next 11-year cycle of solar storms will most likely start next March (2008) and peak in late 2011 or mid-2012,” said Doug Biesecker, a solar physicist from the NOAA Space Environment Center in Boulder, Colo., who also chaired the NASA-funded 12-person panel.
In reality, these storms can carry tremendous power and travel at speeds up to 5 million miles per hour. Solar storms have been known to knock out satellites, power supplies, communications and navigation systems.
“The predictions for the strength of Solar Cycle 24 had more than a threefold difference among them — that’s a tremendous range,” says Murtagh, space weather forecaster at the NOAA Space Environment Center in Boulder, Colo..
Evidence is mounting: the next solar cycle is going to be a big one. Solar cycle 24, due to peak in 2010 or 2011 “looks like its going to be one of the most intense cycles since record-keeping began almost 400 years ago,” says solar physicist David Hathaway of the Marshall Space Flight Center. He and colleague Robert Wilson presented this conclusion last week at the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco.
3rd reference: Extra Thoughts (Mitch Battros)
It is not just the “external” (earth changes) which is shifting, but humans as well. Remember: we too have magnetic fields which surround each of us. I think it is not unrealistic to conjecture what is happening “externally” is also happening “internally”. I believe current science will acknowledge this notion, showing the Sun’s “charged particles” and its influence on Earth’s magnetic field is the impetus of change.
In-like, this same causal effect occurs with human magnetic fields ushering in a change or “transition”. Perhaps this is what our Mayan elders are trying to tell us—
We are coming into “cycle 24″ which was predicted “live” on ECM Radio Hour by NASA stating cycle 24 will be up to 50 percent stronger than “Cycle 23″ in which we witnessed the largest solar flare ever recorded. This means larger earth changing events in the way of earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes, and various storms. But it also means we (humans) will be bombarded with charged particles via severe geomagnetic storms from the Sun.Here is a physicist’s opinion about the sun in 2012:
For information about solar storms that are overdue
Here is a physicist’s opinion about the sun in 2012:
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