Modern Man’s Fragile Systems on Earth Unprepared, Part 2

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 0:34 AM
June 21, 2012

    Scientists are astounded.  Earth has responded to the sun’s blast by lighting up neutrons everywhere!  According to Rob Waugh in ‘England’s Daily Mail,’ “After an unusually long quiet period, the sun unleashed a solar flare on May 17––but scientists are now puzzling over what happened [next] on Earth.

“Neutron monitors all round the world lit up in response to the blast.”  Because the blast was only a moderate M-Class flare, Waugh says that “the ‘answering’ pulse shouldn’t have happened at all.”

thetruthbehindthescenes confidently explains:  “When a moderate-sized M-class flare erupted from the Sun on May 17, it sent out a barrage of high-energy solar particles that belied its initial intensity.

“These particles traveled at nearly the speed of light, crossing the 93 million miles between the Sun and Earth in a mere 20 minutes and impacting our atmosphere, causing cascades of neutrons to reach the ground—a rare event known as a ground level enhancement, or GLE.”

That site further explains: “Fewer than 100 GLEs have been recorded in the last 70 years, with the most powerful having occurred on February 23, 1956. Like most energetic solar outbursts, GLEs can have disruptive effects on sensitive electronics in orbit as well as on the ground, and based on recent studies  may even have adverse effects on cellular systems and development.

James Ryan, an astrophysicist at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Space Science Center notes:  “This solar flare was most unimpressive and the associated CME [coronal mass ejections] was only slightly more energetic. . . looking at it optically, it was remarkably dim . . . a weakling of solar events.”

Scientists at UNH, and other space-watch locations, are calling upon PAMELA [Payload for Antimatter-Matter Exploration and Light-nuclei Astrophysics], a joint Russian/Italian spacecraft launched to watch space rays.  Waugh writes:  “Launched in 2006 and dedicated to studying cosmic rays, just two weeks before the most recent blast from the Sun, PAMELA was re-tasked to focus on solar physics due to the Sun’s ever-increasing activity.”

Ryan says “The PAMELA satellite provides us with a bridge that has never existed before, a bridge between solar energetic particles measured by other spacecraft and those made on the ground by neutron monitors, like the one we’ve operated here in Durham [city where UNH is located] for decades.”

Could it be––as Historical Books of the Old Testament expound––that God created planets that can speak to one another:  “When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy (Job 38: 7)?”  And that The Infinite Almighty God speaks to planets as well: “He telleth the number of the stars; he calleth them all by their names (Psalms 147: 4).”

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