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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - September 18, 2017

THE USD IS EXPECTED TO DEFAULT BY OCTOBER 1st WHICH WILL RENDER THE USA, INC. DEFUNCT.

ONCE THE USD DEFAULTS, MILITARY ACTION WILL BEGIN WITH AN EMERGENCY BROADCAST FOLLOWED BY THE USN REPLACING THE USD, TRUMP RESIGNING, PENCE'S PARDON THEN MASS ARRESTS.

THE RV IS TO BEGIN DURING THIS EVENT.


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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Deep Space Rays to Soon Hit Earth from the Sun

‘The sun might soon batter us with a shower of deep space rays’

July 11, 2017



Source: The Event Chronicle

It sounds like the sun is getting ready to ‘sneeze’! See the related links at the end of the article for more information. — Editor

Sun might plunge into ‘deep solar minimum’, which could cause part of Earth’s atmosphere to collapse

SCIENTISTS suspect the sun is on the verge of a “deep solar minimum”. It’s about to shower us with rays so intense that part of our atmosphere will collapse.

By Margi Murphy

THE sun might soon batter us with a shower of deep space rays so intense, it could cause part of our atmosphere to collapse.

Space scientists reckon we are on the verge of a “deep solar minimum,” which is a period of low activity, reports The Sun.

Unlike the name suggests, this could cause an outer layer of the atmosphere called the thermosphere to contract — and it’s not entirely clear what the effects of this could be on our planet.

Professor Yvonne Elsworth at the University of Birmingham in England believes that a “fundamental change in the nature of the [sun’s magnetic] dynamo may be in progress.”

It’s backed up by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory’s daily snaps, which have shown a spotless sun for 44 days in a row.

This led scientists to believe that it’s nearing a tumultuous period not seen since 2008.

Solar minimums are known to spark lots of cosmic ray activity that can penetrate our atmosphere.

These cosmic beams cause “air showers” of particles when they hit our atmosphere.

They pose a health hazard to astronauts, and a single stray cosmic ray could cause a satellite to malfunction.

As well as wiping out communication systems, a solar blast could down power grids.

It’s not entirely clear why low solar activity causes our thermosphere to collapse — or what it might be doing to our planet.

But when it happened back in 2008-2009, scientists suggested that climate change might be adding to the cooling and contracting in the upper layer of our atmosphere.

The thermosphere begins at a height of about 53 miles above humanity’s heads.

The International Space Station orbits the Earth in the middle of the thermosphere.

Elsworth reckons it will be 2019 before we reach the peak minimum, but that we’re already seeing strange things going on with our star.

In her recently published study of the sun, she wrote: “This is not how it used to be and the rotation rate [of the sun]has slowed a bit at latitudes around about 60 degrees.

“We are not quite sure what the consequences of this will be but it’s clear that we are in unusual times.”

“However, we are beginning to detect some features belonging to the next cycle and we can suggest that the next minimum will be in about two years,” said Elsworth.

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