Planet’s magnetic field anomalies increasing?

March 30, 2011 – NORTHERN LIGHTS, UNPROVOKED: Sometimes auroras just happen. Last night in Norway, a spectacular band of Northern Lights arced across the sky unprovoked by any obvious gusts of solar wind. –Space Weather
                               2006                                                                                               2011
Above: A 2006 sampling of an aurora reading on the North Pole in a solar wind and the current 2011 reading from an unprovoked aurora with no solar wind. Below the magnetic field goes from maximum burn to almost invisibility in less than 2 hours- what is happening to our planet’s main line of defense?
The big trip-out: Low solar wind speed, no coronal holes emitting an ionized wind-stream and a magnetic filament eruption on the Sun on March 28th that missed Earth completely- so why is the planet’s magnetosphere spazzing out?
Black-out: The last piece of the bizarre puzzle shows the earth’s magnetic field USGS data page was last modified on March 8, 2011- 3 days before the deadly 9.0 earthquake and tsunami struck Japan. That means in light of the waning power of the planet’s magnetic field during this reversal process- two of the primary  sources about such data, the USGS and the Japanese site NICT were both unavailabe for status updates. We’re not feeding any conspiracy theories. We just don’t know why such information seems to be so revelantly unimportant. USGS
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24 Responses to Planet’s magnetic field anomalies increasing?

  1. Scarlet Pumpernickel says:

    Do you want to see something really interesting, apparently there is some sort of strong Magnetic anomaly on the corner of Lake Vostok, but it seems to have gone all quiet about it since they found it. Is is a massive ore body, or is it something else?

    Click to access of2007-1047srp050.pdf


  2. radiogirl says:

    I am paying attention………now, on to buy your book. Bravo my friend


  3. ArieZ says:

    I’ve been crying foul about the USGS covering up or at the very least downplaying and not providing crucial data for about 3 months now…mostly I get well theres more siesmographs so they’re registering more earthquakes in response.. To me thats complete B.S.!!! Why would the number of earthquakes per year triple from the 70’s and 80’s and keeps climbing rapidly when they stopped reporting quakes under a 5.0 I think it is…if you read the charts quakes under 5.0 make up the majority or readings so if anything there should be fewer Quakes to record, but nope theres 3 times as many and they say all is well and blackout certain dates leading up to events that potentially could give the average reader a idea when earthquakes might occur in thier environment…PFFFT ridiculous…Thanks for the awesome website promoting unspoken ideas/storys the media won’t cover!!!


  4. Amethyst Newbridge says:

    Well, there was an earthbound CME on saturday… Could this have been the result?


  5. In times when the magnetosphere simulation is down from NICT (it’s working now but it was down for weeks), you can always use this link (also from NICT) which have been working all this time:



  6. Leon says:

    It wasn’t speed of solar wind but it was density of it. Yesterday the solar wind density reached almost 100 particles per cubic centimeter!


  7. Debbie B. says:

    Is it possible that the polar shift caused the status blackouts?

    Is it possible that the polar shift CAUSED the earthquake and wasn’t the result of it? The reason I ask is that I live in northern Indiana and on the evening of the earthquake in Japan, my roof on the upstairs portion of my house creaked almost continuously from about 7:00 PM EST and was doing it even as I went to bed around 11:00 PM. The earthquake in Japan happened hours later. I should add that we had a small quake in late December and my walls creaked about 5 minutes prior to the quake.


    • Leon says:



    • The whole planet is reactive right now Debbie and the effects will become more visible everywhere with time- eventually most of us will experience the ground shaking at the height of this crisis. Indiana is suppose to be in a period of glacial rebound so seismic activity is expected to be intermittent and sporadic into the future. You may be in a sympatheic region to seismic waves. Concerning a pole-shift —- I assume you mean magnetic pole migration, not a pole-shift or crustal displacement which hasn’t happened and something we don’t want to see happen because it would be about the most horrific planetary disaster conceivable…


  8. Tina says:

    Great website thanks for the information.


  9. Nick says:

    Thanks for posting that video. Its crazy how many major events happened in March alone and one more day to go for me in March.

    God be with those who are suffering.


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