Rising fluxes of cosmic rays inside the solar system

Kari Baba

Jedi
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Unfortunately I only have the link on Facebook, but my friend posts relevant information about the earth's magnetic field every day. It is definitely interesting enough to stay on my screen, also because it has already reported various satellite outages. I think his work is very good and I will definitely keep an eye on his side.

VAN ALLEN (MAGNETOSPHERE) ON 9/14/2020
"SAME PROCEDERE AS EVRY DAY" .... but today it was extreme again: No rest, - permanent very strong blue interplanetary magnetic fields which have the magnetosphere firmly under control and which continue to override the di-pole, resulting in an enormous magnetic field weakness of the earth field (black) leads to the fact that more and more IMF field lines reach the earth's surface in order to cause unspecific chaos there, which cannot always be assigned. Therefore, look again today at the blue IMF lines to observe how they literally whipped the earth today. Striking today: The closed field lines at the head of Van Allen have dissolved several times over time, which affects the protection against cosmic rays! - If we want to hope that this was only a temporary condition, - if this should continue to happen more often and for longer, it can have massive consequences for the earth if it receives a cosmic shower of rays!

 

c.a.

The Living Force
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These Scientists Say Cosmic Ray Radiation Has Effect on Climate Change https://bit.ly/3n9n5A7 First day of October brings hail https://bit.ly/34fCyWJ Cosmic Ray Maximum https://bit.ly/3kfM82Y Record Hailstorms and Hailstones in the U.S. https://bit.ly/2ERKkNL What the hail? Colorado sets state record for biggest hailstone http://bit.ly/2H6fTRJ Cosmic Rays Increase Hail Size and Duration https://bit.ly/2EQI2hS START OF LIGHTNING EXPLAINED: HAIL AND COSMIC PARTICLES https://bit.ly/3liCNaz Mystery of how lightning forms solved http://dailym.ai/34fDtXb World record longest lightning flash of 440 miles confirmed https://bit.ly/3ikgjUn Record-breaking lightning as long as Kansas spotted https://on.natgeo.com/3nkFCcW 700km lightning bolt, longest ever recorded https://bit.ly/30qoqsm Storms to bring hail, damaging winds to southeast Qld and northern NSW https://bit.ly/3igrPjO Fall storms in Ontario produce EF-1 tornado, hail, waterspouts https://bit.ly/34iNiDO Hail storm hits Mid-Michigan https://bit.ly/3nebpMG Hail wallops apple production in Karnali https://bit.ly/34kLZEn Thunder, hail, waterspouts, and cold air funnels dominate forecast https://bit.ly/3cNLA0Q
Sunspot number: 0
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Updated 02 Oct 2020

Oulu Neutron Counts
Percentages of the Space Age average:
today: +9.6% High 48-hr change: +1.1%

Max: +11.7% Very High (12/2009)
Min: -32.1% Very Low (06/1991)
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Updated 02 Oct 2020 @ 1600 UT

It's what they leave out about the obvious and possible, repercussion's that baffles me.
But maybe this is best they can do to avoid the paycheck termination clause..?

NASA Science Live: Our Next Solar Cycle (2020-2025)
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The Living Force
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Would animals be affected by Cosmic Rays..?
Snip:
Levow was walking her two dogs close to her home near Rum Springs Road in Myersville — a walk she had taken hundreds of times before.

But this time, a black bear saw her dogs, rushed out of the woods and went after her.

"He stood up face to face with me with his claws out and I could've literally reached out and touched his nose. I saw his claws, nose and eyes and they were literally right in my face," Levow said.

The bear seriously injured her right eye and left a deep scratch across her scalp. She lost a portion of one ear.
 

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The Living Force
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The strength of the interplanetary magnetic field is moderate (10.58nT), the direction is North (0.49nT).
Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes.

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