First let me say hello, and happy to be back at the helm, at least for now. The new research findings related to Earth, Sun, and Milky Way have certainly grabbed my attention. It genuinely brought my attention to how important ECM and my research have been to me and hopefully to you.
Research published just over the last 20 days is exciting and for many of you will look awfully familiar. What you see coming out today was sent to you between 3-5 years ago in your ECM newsletter. It is part of the Earth-Sun-Milky Way cyclical process the Earth has seen many times before.
Increase Charged Particles → Decreased Magnetic Field → Increase Outer Core Convection → Increase of Mantle Plumes → Increase in Earthquake and Volcanoes → Cools Mantle and Outer Core → Return of Outer Core Convection (Mitch Battros – July 2012)
Two research papers were released within days of each other identifying the important role of mantle plumes and have now identified plumes do more than present a funnel from the outer core to surface which include ocean bottoms, but also spread vertically into large pools which certainly heat the land. They also heat the oceans and this is often the cause of extreme weather as well as the better known El Nino and La Nina.
Published in the scientific journal British journal Nature, seismologists have produced for the first time a sharp, three-dimensional scan of Earth’s interior that conclusively connects plumes of hot rock rising through the mantle with surface hotspots around the world. A computed to mography, or CT scan, of Earth’s interior emerged from a supercomputer simulation at the Department of Energy’s National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
UC Berkeley Professor Barbara Romanowicz, of Earth and Planetary Science tells us: “Until now, evidence for the plume and hotspot theory had been circumstantial, and some seismologists argued instead that hotspots are very shallow pools of hot rock feeding magma chambers under volcanoes.”
Beginning back in 2005, my research had taken note of mantle plumes as related to the Sun-Earth connection. In 2012, I published my new ‘equation’ (first one 1998) which shows not only the increase of solar particles heating the Earth’s core, but the accelerated source of galactic cosmic rays coming from our galaxy Milky Way is “over-heating” Earth’s core. The core’s natural cyclic reaction is to reduce these thermal spikes in a similar way humans diffuse overheating by sweating through our pores.
Mantle plumes have the same function as our perspiring. When Earth overheats, it sweats through its pores until it reaches an ambient temperature. Unfortunately, when Earth goes through its process, it is evidenced by warming oceans that is often the cause of extreme weather – it also creates such things as earthquakes and volcanoes.
I will go further to say the later chapters of this cycle the Earth has seen many times before – will be the formation of a bulge usually somewhere around the equator. As the bulge develops, magnetic north will osculate in significant ways – such as dropping down to 30° latitude as in Texas. The last chapter of this process is indeed a full magnetic flip. The only thought in question is how far into the process of an estimated 40,000 year cycle are we? Some scientists believe we could witness such an event “in our lifetime” – this is if you are age 20 or younger. My research agrees with this hypothesis and we should all be able to witness the phases over the next 50-60 years.
Folks it feels good to be back at it and I intend to bring all of you along with me. The next several months will be popping with breaking news findings and events and I truly enjoy sharing my discoveries with you – along with bringing you the top minds in the world who share in the passion in what we believe to be the most fascinating field of “applied” understanding which we can enhance our lives – or if nothing else, watching a beautiful canvas developing right in front of our lives.
New Study Shows Deep Mantle Flow and Earthquakes
The second paper published by Adrian Borsa of the University of San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Chunquan Yu of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the August 27, 2015 issue of Nature. They describe how the mantle itself is also in motion and is responsible for the drifting of the continents at the surface – and responsible for earthquakes, volcanoes, and temporal changes in the climate.
The magnetic field is generated by motions of the liquid iron alloy in the outer core beneath Earth’s crust. These motions occur because the core is losing heat to the overlying solid mantle that extends up to the crust on which we live.
“In our earlier work, we tried to understand how deep mantle flow contributed to high elevations in the western United States,” Lowry says. Lead author Thorsten Becker of the University of Southern California “pushed us to explore whether or not elevation changes predicted by the same mantle flow models could explain the uplift we were observing with the Earthscope GPS measurements.”
It turns out the model did a poor job of explaining the GPS uplift, but gave a remarkable approximation of where to find earthquake belts because the upward push by mantle flow instead stretches the strong upper layer where earthquakes occur.
“Our findings represent the birth of a new idea and lay the groundwork for a better understanding of earthquakes,” Lowry says. “We now know we need to be looking for the impetus – that nudge that sets an earthquake system in motion – from flow at depths of 60 to 100 miles, much deeper than where we’d been looking.”
New Discovery Finds the Making of Gamma Ray Burst in Progress
A new discovery was announced on August 27th by astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope found the nearest galaxy to Earth is powered by two central black holes rapidly developing the makings of a gamma ray burst (GRB). Why is this important? Because the Earth has been hit by the surge of cosmic rays from a quasar (or supernova) at least 5 times in our historical past, and once in recent history during the year 774/775 AD (or CE). This event resulted in a stream of charged particles made up of cosmic rays and gamma radiation causing a “global” damage to Earth’s atmosphere.
A new discovery by astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have found that Markarian 231 (Mrk 231), the nearest galaxy to Earth is powered by two central black holes furiously whirling about each other producing the inevitable result of a ‘gamma ray burst’.
Scientists looked at Hubble archival observations of ultraviolet radiation emitted from the center of Mrk 231 to discover what they describe as “extreme and surprising properties.” say Xinyu Dai of the University of Oklahoma.
If there is a scary monster lurking in the heavens it is the Gamma ray bursts – which are the most powerful explosions known in the universe. They can discharge as much energy as our Sun during its entire 10 billion year lifetime in anywhere from millisecond to a minute or more.
Evidence of Galactic Charged Particles Pounding Earth
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. It is for these reasons I am back in the forefront and plan on revisiting many scientists I have interviewed in the past on these very topics. I can already tell you from our brief conversation – “THINGS HAVE CHANGED”.
My first directive is to have the two top geo-physicist in the world back on the show – Professor Gary Glatzmaier, Director, Center for the Origin, Dynamics and Evolution of Planets at UCSC, and Dr. Peter Olson, senior professor at John Hopkins University. I believe these two researchers have made more progress in understanding the di-pole theory and its immediate and near future dynamics – than any other in the world. Their research has been focused on Earth’s interior that includes both the mantle and the core with special interest in how these two major parts of the Earth interact to produce plate tectonics, deep mantle plumes, and the geomagnetic field.
Now, my time to give back to you. As of today, I have made available a new 3-month membership for only $17.95. In addition, I am reducing the price of a one-year membership from $49.95 down to $27.95. And on top of all this, I am close to finishing my 3rd book which expands my research from the Sun to our Milky Way and beyond. It is coming together almost in the form of automatic writing, except it is just me.