October 4, 2023

3 thoughts on “Ascienceenthusiast Mocks Me… Again

  1. Pole shift must have celestial causation.

    However, it is either an indeterminate event that happens around this time (12,000yrs), or it is a determinate event that not only can only happen around this time, but is triggered by a precise celestial alignment (of the planets).

    So, six of one and half a dozen of the other? :-}

  2. I suspect disinformation. Low magnetic activity on the earth and the sun lead to a greatly attenuated protection against magnetic activity from the cosmos. As witnessed in a Kp7 geomagnetic storm on May 16, which was preceded by no solar activity. This statement of the NOAA was later “corrected” and the sun was accused. The same thing happened on January 11, 2019, when the North Pole “hopped”. Which natural phenomenon on both events: Deep clouds that reach extremely high, as an expression of weakened magnetic shields. In Germany, high clouds that may shine all night were a topic in the weather reports.

  3. Yes, there are a few other asteroids in 2019. Most of them are not alone, but have (mostly smaller ones) near them. That was the case with the Chelyabinsk meteorite, who had a larger companion who did not penetrate the atmosphere. Even meteors can cause an EMP, not just nuclear bombs or micronovas of the sun. What do asteroids do between the earth and the sun? Can they help promote a charge balance between the sun and the earth?

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