Evening News Blurb -- (Jan. 21, 2014)
(0:01) Good evening folks, we'll start with the latest update from Stanford's Wilcox Solar Observatory.
Newest data is up: shows a pole reversal of the North Solar Field at the New Year. Indeed, the largest Earthquake we've had in two months came on January 1st: 6.6 in Vanuatu [Downgraded to a 6.5 Mag by the USGS].
Fly on the Wall - Jan. 25th, 2014:
And quick review for those who missed the 'Evening News' last night: we were talking about how the idea of Solar Polarity being significant to Earth is virtually identical to the idea that a Coronal Hole should be significant to Earth for Earthquakes.
And that's the idea that there are permanent Coronal Holes at the North and South Pole of the Sun.
If you look at the middle portion of the ENLIL Spiral Graphics, that basically show a side-cut, you'll notice that the Equatorial Solar Wind is much calmer than what's coming out of the Polar Regions of the Sun and that's due to the permanent Coronal Holes there and we see the same thing when a Coronal Hole is trans-equatorial or near the Solar Equator as it pumps out much harder solar wind in our direction.
FOTW -- Coronal Hole Call-back: "Because the Sun is a sphere magnet, and the Earth is a sphere magnet orbiting it with a now recognized electromagnetic connection too. It's certainly not out of the realm of possibility to consider that essentially a coronal hole is like pointing an extra strong magnet out of one part of that central star at our planet for a little bit and then taking it away…
It's not hard to see how that could potentially change, even only slightly, our orbital distance, our orbital speed, our angular momentum, our tilt; it wouldn't take much to have serious implications down under our feet."
And then there's the Interplanetary Magnetic Field, our Magnetic Portal, which basically acts like a copper wire directly to the Sun which is why when it gets hit with a flare we get surged at the speed of light.
But people don't consider the fact that the Sun and Earth are both sphere magnets in an Electrical System; one orbiting around the other.
And you just think about a magnet where it's got the loops coming out one pole and going in the other; expanding out. And I said last night how they can only draw so many loops on a piece of paper, when in reality there's trillions coming out of the Earth at both poles and there's trillions coming out of the Sun at both poles. And while the Earth's only extend out to the Magnetosphere, the Sun's extend from the upper corona out past Pluto; some of those are going to interact with the Polar Fields of Earth as well.
And so we have just as strong and a permanent magnetic connection or polar connection to our Star in that way, just like we have the ones we commonly think of. So that's one of the reasons why if you have listened to and understand that these Coronal Holes allow the magnetic force of the Sun to be unabated and just push out as hard as it can, or has hard as it wants to at that moment.
(44:04) Well it's constantly doing that at the poles, there are no coronal or umbral fields down there; so it's just pumping out as hard as it wants. And we know just from the principles of magnets, and knowing how far the Heliosphere balloons out, that we have a connection to our Star in that way as well.
So lets take that and go one step further...