Links between the Earth's Magnetic Field and its effects on its inhabitants 

Links between the Earth's Magnetic Field and its effects on its inhabitants

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Heliocentric: All Planets (including Pluto)
The last time all nine planets lay within a 90° sector was on February 1, 949 (Julian; 80°) and the next will be on May 6, 2492 (90°).

Jewish tradition says that if a comet comes out of Orion, the end of the world is near.
The opening of the Sixth Seal in Rev. describes a what sounds like a physical pole-shift and of seeing 4 angels standing at the four corners of the Earth, holding the four winds of the Earth just after. This will be the beginning of the Great Day of The Lords Wrath as described in Rev. 6:12.

Planetary alignment caused tsunami: Scientist
Tsunami caused by Earth being hit by Antimatter : Oogle

Mr Tewari says the killer waves were a result of electrical repulsive forces between cosmic bodies.
The deadly tsunami on December 26 was the result of Saturn, moon, earth and the sun falling in a straight line, claims a retired scientist of the Department of Atomic Energy.
Paramahamsa Tewari, who supervised construction of Narora and Kaiga atomic plants and authored the controversial Space Vortex Theory, says his conclusion about the cause of tsunami stems from his theory that all spinning cosmic objects, including the sun, develop electrical fields that repel each other.
On the fateful day, Saturn, moon, earth and the sun were perfectly aligned. As a result, the earth was subjected to the repulsive electrical force of the sun on one side. But the balancing force on the other side due to Saturn was very much reduced as it was shielded by the moon which does not spin and, therefore, has no electrical repulsive force on its own, he claims.
Mr Tewari says the resulting “imbalance” of the electrical repulsive force pushed solid earth away from the sun, causing sea water to overflow due to its fluidity, creating a tsunami.
He points out that a few years back, a 6.8-magnitude earthquake occurred in the sea of Maramara (Turkey), a day after a total solar eclipse. Also, in 1883, the Krakatoa explosion occurred when the moon was crossing the Saturn-sun transit.
He claims these events and the recent tsunami are proof of his theory that electrical repulsive forces exist between cosmic bodies including galaxies (with axial rotation).
“Planets are electrically repelled constantly by each other and also by the sun — something that modern astrophysicists do not want to recognise,” Mr Tewari says.
According to present theories, the only force existing between heavenly bodies is gravity, which is an attractive force.
A Delhi University physicist who did not want to be named, says Mr Tewari’s theory is “weird”.
Mr Tewari says that if his theory were correct, the most catastrophic tsunami would occur “if Jupiter-moon-earth-sun alignment takes place”.

Polar Upheavals and Torrid-Area Volcanism

If Antarctic deglaciation history portrayed in the ICE-3G crustal rebound model is realistic . . . then a vast geographical region in West Antarctica is uplifting at a rate in excess of 20 mm/yr, and the predicted changes in polar motion are quite substantial.
[Edited composite of quotes from the paper]

Updates to the latest (ICE-4G) crustal-rebound model have been made since 1995. They show predicted uplift rates that are somewhat smaller than those first given for crustal upheavals due to the slowly melting Antarctic ice sheet. But according to James, “the newly computed uplift rates are still quite substantial” (personal communication).
Note that volcanic eruptions can reflect the onset of crustal upheavals. In April 1997, French scientists visited the Beerenberg volcano on Jan Mayen Island, above the Arctic Circle. It is the northernmost active volcano in the world. Eruptions on Beerenberg occurred in 1732, 1818, 1970, and 1985. The latest two were within the readings’ 1958-1998 time period for gradually increasing Earth changes. The French group found only weak emissions of gas and steam on their visit.
But in a September 1997 paper in EOS (vol. 78, no. 35) entitled “Center of the Iceland Hotspot Experiences Volcanic Unrest,”
we are reminded that the volcanoes of Iceland, located near the Arctic Circle, can “produce catastrophic events of global importance . . . [and] . . . there is every reason to worry when they become restless.”
Simply put, a plume of deep mantle material may be getting ready to erupt extensively in Iceland.
In the south polar region, Mt. Erebus, on Ross Island, is the most active volcano in Antarctica and the world’s southernmost active volcano. A lava lake has been active within the crater for at least several decades. No special activity is occurring at Mt. Erebus at the present time. But in 1992, scientists detected currently active volcanoes beneath the Antarctic ice in both the Marie Byrd Land and the Trans-antarctic Mountains areas. Finally, evidence is accumulating for accelerating volcanic eruptions in the torrid areas, lying roughly between the equator and the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn (latitudes 23.5°N and 23.5°S, respectively).

Unusual quake pattern observed in Andaman & Nicobar Islands: Seismologists

Press Trust of India
Mumbai, January 29|15:50 IST

Experts said that there was "unusual earthquake pattern" in Andaman and Nicobar Islands with more than 120 tremblors recorded in the last one month releasing a large amount of seismic energy. This kind of unusual release of large energy is considered as "unusual events" and "is unheard of in the history of seismology," the seismologists from Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) and the Earth Sciences Department of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) here on Friday.
The Seismology Department of BARC and the Earth Sciences Department of IIT have recorded over 120 such unusual events in the islands following the December 26 major earthquake that measured 8.9 on the Richter scale in Sumatra Island in Indonesia triggering tsunamis that wrecked havoc in South and South-East Asia.
Of these events recorded at BARC's Gouribidanur station in Karnataka, over 33 events were above 5 on the Richter scale, they said adding, "this is unusual and alarming as large amount of energy is being released so frequently."
The earthquakes recorded had both `strike slip' (lateral movement) and 'dip slip' (vertical movement). The strike slip would put tremendous pressure on Himalayan range while the dip slip will create local disturbance, they said.
Eleven events with surface wave of magnitude 5, indicating large amount of energy close to Nicobar Islands was also recorded, the seismologists said.

Why Does Earth's Magnetic Field Flip?

John Roach for National Geographic News
September 27, 2004

Earth's magnetic field has flipped many times over the last billion years, according to the geologic record. But only in the past decade have scientists developed and evolved a computer model to demonstrate how these reversals occur.
"We can see reversals in the rocks, but they don't tell us how it happens," said Gary Glatzmaier, an earth scientist and magnetic field expert at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Based on a set of physics equations that describe what scientists believe are the forces that create and maintain the magnetic field, Glatzmaier and colleague Paul Roberts at the University of California, Los Angeles, created a computer model to simulate the conditions in the Earth's interior.
The computer-generated magnetic field even reverses itself, allowing scientists to examine the process.

Computer Model

Scientists believe Earth's magnetic field is generated deep inside our planet. There, the heat of the Earth's solid inner core churns a liquid outer core composed of iron and nickel. The churning acts like convection, which generates electric currents and, as a result, a magnetic field.
This magnetic field shields most of the habited parts of our planet from charged particles that emanate from space, mainly from the sun. The field deflects the speeding particles toward Earth's Poles.
Our planet's magnetic field reverses about once every 200,000 years on average. However, the time between reversals is highly variable. The last time Earth's magnetic field flipped was 780,000 years ago, according to the geologic record of Earth's polarity.
The information is captured when molten lava erupts onto Earth's crust and hardens, much in the way that iron filings on a piece of cardboard align themselves to the field of a magnet held beneath it.
Most scientists believe our planet's magnetic field is sustained by what's known as the geodynamo. The term describes the theoretical phenomenon believed to generate and maintain Earth's magnetic field. However, there is no way to peer 4,000 miles (6,400 kilometers) into Earth's center to observe the process in action.
That inability spurred Glatzmaier and Roberts to develop their computer model in 1995. Since then, they have continued to refine and evolve the model using ever more sophisticated and faster computers.
The model is essentially a set of equations that describe the physics of the geodynamo. The equations are continually solved, each solution advancing the clock forward about a week. At its longest stretch, the model ran the equivalent of 500,000 years, Glatzmaier said.
By studying the model, the scientists discovered that, as the geodynamo generates new magnetic fields, the new fields usually line up in the direction of the existing magnetic field.
"But once in a while a disturbance will twist the magnetic field in a different direction and induce a little bit of a pole reversal," Glatzmaier said.
These bits of a pole reversal are referred to as instabilities. They constantly occur in the fluid flow of the core, tracking through it like little hurricanes, though at a much slower pace—about one degree of latitude per year.
Typically, instabilities are temporary. But on very rare occasions, conditions are favorable enough that the reversed polarity gets bigger and bigger as the original polarity decays. If this new polarity takes over the entire core, it causes a pole reversal.
"It's a very complicated, chaotic system, and it has a life of its own," Glatzmaier said.

Weak Spot

Peter Olson, a geophysicist at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, said scientists can now pinpoint the core-mantle boundary where these instabilities in the magnetic field are happening.
One such disturbance Olson has been observing recently formed over the east-central Atlantic Ocean. Like a little hurricane, the anomaly swept toward the Caribbean and is moving up in the direction of North America.
"It's a new one, a little thing," Olson said. "Time will tell whether it develops into something significant. But it is here in the North Atlantic, moving towards the Pentagon. We can track it over the next couple of decades."
Instabilities such as this, Olson added, are causing Earth's magnetic field to weaken. Today the field is about 10 percent weaker than it was when German mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss first began measuring it in 1845. Some scientists speculate the field is headed for a reversal.

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