Saturday, July 15, 2017

Ben Davidson | Solar Grand Minimums, Magnetic Reversals and Ice Ages

Guns and Butter interviews Ben Davidson on Solar Grand Minimums, Magnetic Reversals and Ice Ages. Highlights of the video:

  • Every 11 years the sun goes through a magnetic reversal; during each cycle, it becomes very active and then inactive. Approx. every 400 years, there's a 200 year cycle where solar activity is significantly lower. Thus, the sun will have a period between 30 to 70 years without having many sunspots. Then it builds up, peaks, and then drops to the next cycle. The last time this happened was our last mini age ice.
  • The earth's weakening magnetic field is connected to the movement of the magnetic poles. The poles are rapidly moving now, but are moving in a different way; they are actually moving towards each other and towards the equator.
  • For 150 years, beginning in the mid-1800s, the Earth's magnetic field dropped 10% and weakened an additional 15% in 2010; thus, we lost 10% in 150 years, but lost an additional 5% in only ten years. On track to lose another 10% in 20 years.
  • Back in the 1900s, the poles were moving only a few kilometers per year; now they're moving 75 to 80 km per year.
  • This is global panic level information, but the powers that (shouldn't) be aren't up front with the population. Our magnetic field is the only protection we have from outer space energy.
  • We are quickly heading into a Grand Solar Minimum.
  • Davidson discusses weather changes throughout the USA. More intense weather.
  • Galactic cosmic rays create cooling, akin to "nuclear winter," where sunlight is blocked from getting to the earth. These rays are influencing more hail, lightening storms, flooding, droughts, and increasing cooling.
  • Melting of polar ice caps leads to cooling of earth.
  • Life-changing events; nothing will be the same again. Way overdue for these huge changes.
  • Magnetosphere is weakest in an area in the South Atlantic that stretches over Brazil - aka "South Atlantic Anomaly." Strongest point is in the South Pole.
  • Bermuda Triangle has a "twin" on the other side of the planet known as the Dragon Triangle, near Asia. A couple thousand miles south to each of these is a magnetic anomaly. Within this area is where the north and south poles are going to meet. Mentions the video "The Number One Risk to Earth."
  • Prep for the most extreme disaster. Change in the electrical nature of the planet!
  • A lot of negativity that comes with a pole reversal.
  • If Yellowstone stops rumbling, then it's time to worry; otherwise, it's releasing pressure, which is a good thing.

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