Rapid Geomagnetic Reversal Possibility
from S0 news today :
from S0 news today :
Suspicious0bservers' Update: 'Rapid Geomagnetic Reversal Possibility: Confirmed'
Transcribed by David Hyde. Original Content Created, Published to YouTube by Ben Davidson (Suspicious0bservers) on October 15th, 2014.
(1:35) Now, are you ready for this? The big news today (October 15th) is about Earth's magnetic field…confirmation of the worst kind.
(1:42) First, the unstable magnetic field at Earth, right now, is precisely the fore-telling of full magnetic reversal.
(1:49) A new study has come out, from the top of the top experts in this field, stating that the reversal happens faster than they predicted. In fact, the full flip could take place within a human lifetime.
(2:01) This is more than 10 times faster than even the shortest previous expectations, and our magnetosphere is weakening 10 times faster than what normal fluctuations should indicate.
(2:12) The poles are already moving, they began around 1900, so, how far along are we?
(2:17) Folks, this requires more depth so I'm putting together on the details as fast as I can, and, you need to catch up on the backstory if you haven't.
(2:26) At very least, watch: 'Magnetic Field in Trouble,' it is linked right below the video, or, you can 'Google' it; it's also part of our 'Valuable Info' playlist, also found below this video, and on our Channel page.
(2:38) This is the single most important part of the 'Global Change' story, right now, and this news isn't exactly good...
'Rapid Geomagnetic Reversal Possibility: Confirmed' - Transcript
Published to YouTube on October 15th, 2014:
(0:30) The WDC for Geomagnetism in Kyoto, Japan has created this animation showing how Earth's magnetic field is fading quite quickly…in this animation white and pink are strong, protective fields and blue and violet are the weaker fields.
(0:06) 0bservers, per previous instructions I'll assume you are relatively caught up on the basics of Earth's electromagnetic condition.
(0:14) In case there are any new-comers to the channel, here's a bit of review of where we stand:
(0:19) There have been more than 50 publications detailing how Earth's Magnetosphere, our planetary magnetic shield, is weakening. These, are just a few (see Reference sectio
(0:47) Back in 2011 the European Space Agency confirmed that our field had lost about 15% of it's protective magnetism. In a world seemingly on the constant brink of war, where it's hard to agree on anything nearly every country and scientist who studies our magnetosphere manages to come to the same conclusion: it is fading fast.
(1:09) The ESA's SWARM Satellite mission has been keeping us updated. As of this year, the field is still weakening faster and faster; some commenters suggest we could have lost 20%, or more, of our protection at this point.
(1:27) The mission manager, from SWARM, said that the field is likely weakening because the poles are getting ready to flip, which by the way, all scientists also agree is long over-due on Earth.
"The scientists who conducted the study are still unsure why the magnetic field is weakening, but one likely reason is that Earth's magnetic poles are getting ready to flip, said Rune Floberghagen, the ESA's Swarm mission manager. In fact, the data suggest magnetic north is moving toward Siberia" (Dickerson 2014).
(1:39) But in literally the very next sentence it is claimed that this will take thousands of years:
"Such a flip is not instantaneous, but would take many hundred if not a few thousand years," Floberhagen told Live Science. "They have happened many times in the past" (Dickerson 2014).
(1:46) However, as NASA reported back in 2003: the poles have already begun shifting, and they are not taking their time. The shifting of the poles is taking the same 'speedy' approach that our magnetosphere is taking: faster and faster.
(2:00) And the guess from 2010 of where we'd be in 2015 is already considered well short of actual movement.
(2:06) At this time, the poles are moving at least 65 kilometers per year, and probably faster by now, which puts Earth's full reversal only decades away assuming it doesn't speed up anymore; if it does continue to speed up we could be much closer.
(2:23) Could a reversal truly take place within our lifetimes? Absolutely.
(2:29) The newest information comes from Berkeley…not the folks to ignore. And they say the reversal can happen in a very short time period.
(2:37) This latest study shows a slow ramp-up to a rapid shift and tipping point; this makes a process that happens 10 times faster than anyone else has predicted.
(2:48) The poles began shifting fast in the middle of the last century, the magnetosphere began weakening even earlier, and it turns out that this process can take less than 100-years total.
(3:00) Perhaps most importantly, is confirmation of what the ESA said months ago: the magnetic field weakening precedes the pole flip.
(3:09) We'll get our next measurement of polar position next year, 2015. Meanwhile, the shield above our heads continues to fade and the needle on your compass will point North in ever-different directions.
(3:23) All we can do now is wait, hope the flip holds off longer than it already has, and hope the Sun doesn't take advantage of our lack of protection.