Written by David (mrloferlofer)
After the second day of tracking density spikes in the Solar Wind at just after 03:30 UTC, I noticed that this morning's spike in proton density correlates with the 10:45 PM CDT start of the fire on the Hercules 265 drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday night.
This article will explore the possible connection between fire on the Hercules 265 drilling rig and our weak solar wind, magnetic field due to low solar activity and a recent uptick in galactic cosmic ray activity.
Keep in mind that the location of this incident was in the CDT Time Zone which is -5 Hours UTC. So this 03:30 UTC spike in solar wind density occurred at 10:30 CDT near the Hercules 265 drilling rig. Here is a link to the iFrame (below), on Space Weather and the GMF in offshore drilling:
Images from Left to Right:
ACE Solar Wind shows the density (orange) spiking up to 40-50 protons/cm3 just after 3:30 UTC the morning of July 24th, 2013 which was 10:30 PM local time on Hercules 265.
Sonoma Gamma Ray Burst Monitor shows the most recent burst occurring at 08:19 UTC on July 22nd from the Constellation Ophiuchus.
ACE Solar Wind (again) shows the higher of the two density spikes at 03:30 UTC on the morning of July 23rd; this density spike was up over 100 protons/cm3 and occurred a day after the GRB.
Created by David (mrloferlofer) - Eyes Open, Keine Panik Meditation:
It’s best to try these things out on an empty stomach and to stop if you feel dizzy or too uncomfortable; obviously. Other than that just learn as you go; always go at your own pace and just do what you’re capable of doing. Our bodies want to live, otherwise we'd be dead.
Breathing, posturing techniques with a straightened spine releases emotional tension, knots from the central nervous ganglia by turning the chemical blockages into energetic fuel for our mental and physical development. Like throwing logs on a fire, we just get to watch them burn, sometimes we hear 'em crack and pop; just let it happen.
Sit Indian style, legs crossed and make sure you’re set and comfortable. Light two candles and put them in front of you on a table, eye level, at first to help you focus; face North if you’re so inclined.
Written by David (mrloferlofer)
Public Enemy Number 1: Stress – A Connection to Space Weather’s Daily Impacts
Our biological bodies are responding to stress in many different ways and it can be a trigger in sudden death through heart attacks and strokes, or even in diseases like cancer. Stress factors are individual, however, there are some biological stressors all humans have in common.
People generally refer to it as sensitivity to changes in the weather, and most of us have experienced it or know someone who has, be it family or friends. Of those who claim to feel changes in weather or seasons, the most common examples are spring fever and winter depression.
So what? Why is this happening and what is causing it?
It is important to pay attention to the fact that we live in an environment where everything is in constant change, even though we are not aware of many of these changes taking place.
The geomagnetic field is creating a underlying a set of frequencies that are also steering the 24 hour day and night rhythm, via the Pineal Gland which is located in the middle of a vertebrate’s brain. Studies have shown that, periods with geomagnetic disturbances, add an additional stress factor to our environment and to our state of health, well being.
Common Trigger in SCD of Three Teen Athletes in the first half of September 2010: Cosmic Ray Activity
Written by David (mrloferlofer)
Ancient Civilizations had a wide knowledge of the solar system and the driving light force of our star - the Sun. Due to this fundamental understanding they established lifestyles set up around the Sun and the natural Solar Cycle that goes along with it.
In recent decades, researchers have found significant evidence of correlations between a variety of human health conditions and Solar Activity.
The pineal gland is a pine cone shaped gland of the endocrine system and when it is producing Melatonin, the pineal gland influences the human circadian (day, night) rhythm.
Melatonin is a hormone produced out of Serotonin and is released when the natural border, light, is missing. This change between light and dark is the first signal in part of the system that regulates our wake and sleep cycle, which leads to drowsiness and the lowering of body temperature (getting cold, tired before sleep).
Naturally, the Melatonin level is high at night and reaches its peak production around 3:00 AM. An overproduction of Melatonin during winter is a given since there is little to no sunlight for a longer period of time, which leads to winter depression symptoms. (1)(2)
Transcript for The Next Ice Age - An Introduction to a Possible Shift Soon
'The Next Mini Ice Age: Why it might be at our doorstep...'
(0:11) Folks, there is no doubt about it: the planet is warming up. However, if one has access to all the information one could objectively reason that 'Climate Extremes' is a more appropriate moniker than Global Warming.
(0:25) The examples are so numerous, and it's not just temperatures but severe weather, flooding, drought. And amidst trend and propaganda there remains a significant possibility that a Solar Shut-down could swing us into an Ice Age within a few years.
(0:38) I was initially drawn to this topic while investigating Earth changes for which humans deserve no blame. Earth's Upper Atmosphere is shrinking; more so than for which NASA can account.
(0:49) And if you find some of the many other outlet articles that picked up the story you're likely to find that scientists were expecting some collapse at Solar Minimum, due to a lack of flares that expand the atmosphere; but they weren't expecting this much.
(1:01) So close to the answer: lack of flaring collapses the Atmosphere.
(1:05) Well as Solar Maximum ended in the early 2000's, our Solar Minimum began normally only to encounter turbulence in 2007; when the Coronal Holes left their normal polar positions.
(1:16) The Solar Minimum then embraced her name and dove for the floor: setting low records. And by the time Solar Maximum should have gotten started, we had gone lower; and as the Sunspots slowly began to return they failed to really get a grip on the Sun until March 2011. But look above at how high we'd gone the last Solar Maximum, again in the early 2000's.
(1:37) The 'red' line, here, is very very low expert predictions for this current Maximum; and actual counts have been even lower. Veteran 0bservers know there is icing on this cake as the Sunspots have not been flaring based on their Magnetic Potential, but instead decaying when facing the Earth for well over a year now.