Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Preparing for a solar storm

From my analog television I see solar radiation is picking up.
From NASA
http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/stereo/


:Data_list: stb_plastic_1m.txt
:Created: 2010 Mar 03 23:45
# Prepared by the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, Space Weather Prediction Center
# Please send comments and suggestions to SWPC.Webmaster@noaa.gov
#
# Units: Proton density p/cc
# Units: Bulk speed km/s
# Units: Ion temperature degrees K
# Status(S): 0 = nominal data, 1 to 8 = bad data record, 9 = no data
# Missing data values: Density and Speed = -9999.9, Temp. = -1.00e+05
# Source: STEREO B Satellite - Plasma and Suprathermal Ion Composition Instrument
#
#   Real-time Bulk Paramters of the Solar Wind Plasma, sampled once per minute
#
# Modified Seconds   -------------  Solar Wind ------------
# UT Date   Time  Julian  of the    Proton   Bulk    Ion
# YR MO DA  HHMM    Day     Day  S  Density  Speed   Temp
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
2010 03 03  2146   55258   78407 8     0.0    865.8 1.04e+05
2010 03 03  2147   55258   78467 0     0.2    355.7 1.23e+06
2010 03 03  2148   55258   78527 0     0.2    559.0 8.17e+04
2010 03 03  2149   55258   78587 0     0.3    603.4 4.85e+05
2010 03 03  2150   55258   78647 8     0.0    934.2 9.49e+05
2010 03 03  2151   55258   78707 0     1.1    412.7 6.82e+05
2010 03 03  2152   55258   78767 0     0.5    599.5 6.56e+05
2010 03 03  2153   55258   78827 0     0.6    523.3 1.18e+06
2010 03 03  2154   55258   78887 0     0.7    474.9 1.09e+06
2010 03 03  2155   55258   78947 0     0.7    576.5 4.33e+05
2010 03 03  2156   55258   79007 0     0.7    388.9 1.68e+06
2010 03 03  2157   55258   79067 0     0.7    561.3 6.12e+05
2010 03 03  2158   55258   79127 0     1.1    314.3 2.96e+05
2010 03 03  2159   55258   79142 9 -9999.9  -9999.9 -1.00e+05
2010 03 03  2200   55258   79202 9 -9999.9  -9999.9 -1.00e+05
2010 03 03  2201   55258   79262 9 -9999.9  -9999.9 -1.00e+05
2010 03 03  2202   55258   79322 9 -9999.9  -9999.9 -1.00e+05
2010 03 03  2203   55258   79382 9 -9999.9  -9999.9 -1.00e+05
2010 03 03  2204   55258   79442 9 -9999.9  -9999.9 -1.00e+05
2010 03 03  2205   55258   79502 9 -9999.9  -9999.9 -1.00e+05
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03/03/2010 at 2159 the Asymptote starts.
This does not mean the solar storm will hit the Earth. We should be aware of the possibility of a major event with in 3+ days.
It will discharge on known faults. It is not possible to predict where on the Earth this will discharge. But HAARP could be prepared to move the discharge if possible. The calculation requires knowledge of the discharge fault and attraction/repulsive power necessary to move it a few hundred miles out of populated areas. Moving the discharge may reduce the discharge from one 7-9 magnitude earthquake to many 4 and 5s
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For those of you who still think HAARP caused these earthquakes. The amount of energy discharged in the Chilean and Haitian earthquakes was larger than many Neutron bombs. Haiti was equivalent to 4+ neutron bombs and the Chile earthquake was equivalent to 8+ neutron bombs. 

That would be thousands of teravolts each. There is nothing man made that can generate that power. Currently all they can do is paint the aurora. But that may be very useful.
Now let the people at HAARP and other facilities work so they can test a possible defense against these naturally occurring events. They are not working on weapons of mass destruction. They are working on a possible shield.   














STEREO BEHIND 7-DAY SOLAR WIND DATA 

Location southwest of Sumatra, Indonesia
March 05, 2010 16:06:57 GMT Magnitude 6.5 This occurred from the asymptote on the 03/03/2010 There is another asymptote on 03/04/2010 Location southern East Pacific Rise March 07, 2010 07:05:24 GMT Magnitude 6.3 03/05/2010 asymptote 03/06/2010 asymptote Very large asymptote on 03/07/2010 -------------- Addendum 3/14/2010 Magnetic Storm Prediction for St. Patrick’s Day, CME Approaching Earth Excellent video of comets hitting the sun.
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