The Earth is expanding. Mainstream science says this is impossible because that would mean new matter is created inside the Earth. Well, let us examine the evidence and decide for ourselves.
Huge cracks are appearing all over the Earth. What is particularly unusual about these cracks is that they often are not associated with earthquakes. The Earth simply opens up in a smooth movement and leaves no trace on the seismometers. Check these out:
As of June 17, 2010, the solar barycenter remains near the solar surface. The solar barycenter is the center of gravity for all the planets and the Sun. The barycenter interacts directly with the Sun's core. The core of the Sun is dense and thus moves somewhat independent of the upper layers. Usually, the solar barycenter causes the core to jiggle within the Sun, which causes familiar solar activity seen in the 1900s.
At this time, the solar barycenter is transiting the Sun's surface in a tighter formation than it has in over 6000 years; even more so than prior to the Maunder Minimum in the 1600s. This is a significant solar event.
This is a survivable event, to be sure. It happens regularly in cosmic time. However, a barycenter transit over the Sun's surface for such a long time will significantly cool the Sun. In the next 150 years, future solar barycenter transits will slow down the recovery of the present quiet period. As a result, we are likely to experience about 150 years of solar minimum punctuated by a few false starts. This will translate to about 150 years of cool weather on Earth before solar activity returns to the level seen in the 1900s.
Below is the solar barycenter path since 2002 until present:
Large earthquakes gain widespread attention for obvious reasons. What has escaped the general public, however, are the signals revealed in microquakes. Microquakes are imperceptible earthquakes with magnitudes less than 3.
Why should we be concerned with microquakes? They do not harm anybody, right? Nonetheless, just as an irregular heartbeat is not a heart attack, it can indicate imminent danger. All around the Earth there have been substantial increases in microquakes. And in the Western United States, the microquakes under Wyoming and Utah are giving us a warning of activity taking place deep within the Earth.
The deep Earth activity is not just a single volcanic plume, it is an indication the Earth is actively expanding. Several researchers outside of the mainstream have analyzed Earth's crustal history and determined the Earth does not have convecting plates on its surface, but rather it is expanding from within.
Where is the new matter coming from that would cause the Earth to expand, and why would it be occurring now? A new physics paradigm I have been developing shows that the Casimir effect and fusion are two processes, which create new matter. The observation of an expanding Universe and expanding stars support this hypothesis. Stars continually emit large quantities of matter into space even while their total mass increases.
The graph below shows three sets of long term pulses, which began in the early 1990s. 5% error bars show the results are not a fluke of record keeping. Something under the Western US, which may be related to the Yellowstone super volcano, might be involved.
Written by David Thomson
The Terracycles evidence of super storms is convincing with just 5 basic observations.
In order for the Earth to rapidly cool, heat must be removed from the Earth at a rapid rate.
The ice sheets only occurred on half of Earth’s northern hemisphere
Glacial sketches made by scientists show ice sheets spread from centralized locations.
The Atlantic Conveyor extended all the way to the Labrador and Norwegian Seas during the time of abrupt climate change.
The Greenland Ice Cores show a brief period of exceedingly high winds
From these five basic observations we can apply known meteorological principles to see how a super storm can develop and recognize the clear warning signs and prepare
Some amateur earthquake researchers were looking for a precursor signal for the Haiti quake. After a list member alerted me to the possibility of a recurring Haiti quake (Meg), I decided to look at the HAARP riometer. Looking back to the January 12th data, there was a clear and sharp increase in radio absorption immediately preceding the first major Haiti earthquake.
Landscheidt Cycles(2688) Back in 1965 Paul Jose was one of the first to link solar modulation with planetary movements. He discovered that the planets roughly returned to the same position every 178.8 years (My research suggests 172 yrs). Jose's paper included a very rough solar radius graph which showed some modulation but was difficult to draw from. Later Theodor Landscheidt wrote many papers using a similar principle but mainly relied on solar torque graphs which ranged over long time periods.
Scalar EM Waves(1961) Only when Longitudinal Scalar EM Waves are very strong do they couple parasitically to some types of geophone seismograph sensors.
Geology Master(1652) During 1999 while studying plate tectonics and magnetic anomalies upon earth’s oceanic lithosphere I noticed that a relationship existed between the north magnetic pole’s path and its velocity related to climate change.
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SPIDR Data(1596) The Space Physics Interactive Data Resource (SPIDR) is designed to allow a solar terrestrial physics customer to intelligently access and manage historical space physics data for integration with environment models and space weather forecasts. SPIDR is a distributed network of synchronous databases and 100% Java middle-ware servers accessed via the World Wide Web.
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The National Geophysical Data Center archives and assimilates tsunami, earthquake and volcano data to support research, planning. response and mitigation. Long-term data, including photographs, can be used to establish the history of natural hazard occurrences and help mitigate against future events.
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