New research has just been released indicating Earth is being pounded with super charged particles, which have no problem penetrating Earth’s weakening magnetic field, and having little resistance finding their way to Earth’s core.
These high-energy particles generated by various sources such as black holes, massive exploding stars and the energetic cores of galaxies. In the new study, the detection of 21 ultra high-energy particles provides independent confirmation of astrophysical neutrinos from our galaxy as well as cosmic neutrinos from sources outside the Milky Way.
The timing of these new findings fit generously with my ongoing research identifying the mechanics which drive the cycles of our Sun. The best part of today’s news release affirms my documentation first published over 3 years ago. In fact, I wrote this just yesterday: “What has been most rewarding, is watching what is described as “new discoveries” which match my personal research that has been well documented in my newsletters and two published books beginning in 1998.
Above is a graphic many of you will recognize of which I first published in August 2012 – capturing my research as I ventured from the Sun-Earth connection to further discovery which now captures the Galaxy-Sun-Earth connection.
Now as promised, here are the audio files to my live interviews with distinguished scientists from NASA, NOAA, ESA, US Naval Observatory, National Center for Atmospheric Research and more.
There is no charge to access these files. If you feel it worthy, you can give any amount using your PayPal account and place this address: email@example.com with PayPal’s ‘send money’ option they provide. Cheers, Mitch
– Audio Files –
Bill Steele – Seismologist: http://bit.ly/1LmY0ZO
Larry Combs – Senior Space Weather Forecaster NOAA: http://bit.ly/1Ln1Rpu
Dr. Larry Paxton – John Hopkins University Applied Physics: http://bit.ly/1WJ0W9k
Lucy McFadden – Chief Investigator NASA ‘Deep Impact Mission’: http://bit.ly/1WJ1k7F
Mausumi Dikpati – National Center for Atmospheric Research: http://bit.ly/1WJ1pbv
Tom Van Flandren – US Naval Observatory: http://bit.ly/1WJ1xb5
More coming next week…