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Are We in the Quiet Before the Solar Superstorms?

YOWUSA.COM, 03-Apr-09
John DiNardo

Are We in the Quiet Before the Solar Superstorms?Scientists today are strangely puzzled about the recent drop off in solar hyperactivity. Sun spot activity is at an extreme low, which is accompanied by a 50-year, low in solar wind pressure.  The situation is best summed up by NASA solar physicist Dean Pesnell of the Goddard Space Flight Center when he recently stated that, "We're experiencing a very deep solar minimum."   Deep indeed!

At the same time as solar scientists are documenting this unusual period of solar quiescence, they’re simultaneously warning us that their previous estimates for the coming solar maximum are were understated by a factor of 20, as reported in the Yowusa.com video on February 2009 Report.  If that were not enough, the film, Knowing staring Nicolas Cage was released in March 2009.  In it, the Sun ends life on Earth with a blowtorch-like solar event.  Is this fiction to become fact?

Knowing MovieThe extinction level event (E. L. E.) as depicted in Knowing actually was more than just fiction.  It is what we at Yowusa.com refer to as preparatory media: Television documentaries and movies that are helping the people in the mainstream to adjust to the threat of future cataclysm.  Some may snort, “well then stop beating around the bush and just tell us!” At this stage, that doesn’t really work as well as preparatory media.  A clear example is shown in the February 2009 Report .

Could Our Sun Become More Like
a Blowtorch Than a Heat Lamp

Our Sun -- which has been described, for years, by one conspicuous scientist as "behaving like a popcorn popper" -- has suddenly and markedly calmed down? Scientists are not sharing their worst-case “why” as of yet.  Is this because they are enjoying complacent relief from the past decade's threatening solar hyperactivity, or is there something else at play?

Again, we need to go back to the February 2009 Report because the first part of this popular YouTube video features an excerpt from a Fox News interview with Dr. Michio Kaku last December.  In it, Dr. Kaku warns of a solar activity that could wreak havoc with our digital civilization if we do not prepare. The reaction of the Fox News “reporter” was dismissive and condescending. 

Play the video and see it for yourself.  If you were a scientist like Kaku, how eager would you be to endure that kind of public abuse?  Then consider this.  Is there a real threat, no matter however slight, that our sun could become more like a blowtorch than a heat lamp as it is portrayed in Knowing?

Is There a Planet X Connection?

Because we live in the age of the approach of Planet X, it could be arguably stated that solar hyperactivity is paradoxically the norm, wherein this current transient state of relative solar quiescence is an aberration.  One that would seem to portend the gravest imaginable threat to humankind: a scorching global annihilation.

Therefore, if this is the quiet before the storm, then it is imperative that we strive to solve this solar mystery.  To do that, let’s focus no so much on what the Sun is doing, but rather, why it is doing it.  Could this causality be the result of a natural solar process as implied in Knowing, or could the perturbations caused by a massive, incoming body be the actual culprit?  

Our Solar System is Like Motel 6,
We Always Leave the Lights On

Vast clusters of celestial objects are continually being drawn into our Solar System, and over the past decade or so, extraordinary earthly events have resulted from celestial shotgun blasts into the core of our Solar System.  They result in wide rage of events to include geological, meteorological, geomagnetic, seismic, volcanic, biological, and solar. 

All extraordinary in magnitude, do they stoke the Sun’s furnace much in the same way a extra log sparks greater intensity in a camp fire?  If so, the Sun’s current history of hyperactive behavior has resulted in new and greater classes of flares.  Along with them have come new classifications, to describe and document these unprecedented flares. Then, suddenly, the Sun dies down and the foolish say, “hooray,” or “no need for concern anymore.” Meanwhile, those who know better quietly fret because the “why” questions remain unanswered, but there is one possible answer.  Planet X.

Assuming Planet X is the Causality

Assuming there is a Planet X, it and its massive field of gravitationally gripped comets, meteors, and asteroids are now returning from the darkest regions at the edge of our solar system.  Gravitationally drawn toward the Sun, Planet X and its flotilla are approaching at an ever-increasing velocity, as basic Newtonian physics principles would confirm.

The assumption that all things will continue to behave in Darwinian manner, which accounts for slow changes over a period of time, is based on an Earth-centric view.  Such thinking does not explain the possibility that Planet X is in a period of fleeting interlude with other bodies in our solar system.

During its incoming travel, Planet X can be gravitationally, electrically and electromagnetically interacting with the massive gas giants in our system, thereby temporarily diverting its previous fire away from the Sun. In a manner of speaking, Jupiter could be protecting Earth from Planet X-induced solar hyperactivity, in a guardian role similar to the one it plays with asteroids.  Were it not for Jupiter, our precious planet would have been pulverized beyond any ability to sustain life eons ago.  So perhaps, we’re enjoying a brief respite thanks to Jupiter, Saturn and perhaps even Uranus.   If so, what happens when Earth’s big brothers and sisters are no longer able to run interference?

Such was the pondering of the late Dr. Robert S. Harrington, chief astronomer of the United States Naval Observatory.  His early work determined that Planet X is approaching from below the ecliptic (beneath our table, so to speak) and is in a comet-like inclined orbit.  Dr. Harrington estimated it be an angle of about 40 degrees to the ecliptic.

This means that, each and every day, that Planet X is traveling closer to the ecliptic, its flirtation with the Sun should starting growing to more torrid levels. Perhaps this is the subliminal message of Knowing.  That Earth faces a brutal beating from an enraged Sun.  A message that dates back to 1991, when Dr. Harrington went to Black Birch, New Zealand with small telescope.  What he saw we’ll never know for sure because of his untimely death shortly after making that observation.

YOWUSA.COM, 22-May-2008
Planet X and the Mysterious Death of Dr. Robert Harrington

Planet X and the Mysterious Death of Dr. Robert HarringtonDr. Robert S. Harrington, the chief astronomer of the U.S. Naval Observatory, died before he could publicize the fact that Planet X is approaching our Solar System.

It is extremely unlikely that a man would contract cancer and die within a matter of days, suffering the sudden impact of pain and debilitation characteristic of rapid onset cancer, while miraculously traveling on a physically demanding expedition and performing intensive astronomical operations.

Where are the astronomers and celestial physicists willing to openly and fully address the issue of this mysterious aberration of solar quiescence?  Perhaps it is not the lack of understanding, but the memory of what happened to Dr. Harrington. 

In the meantime, we do have Harrington’s estimate that that X is coming in from the direction of the constellation Scorpius.  Perhaps that could explain the current positional interaction between Planet X and our Solar System’s outer planets. An interaction based upon assumption.  Or as the movie Knowing would have us believe — the worst assumption imaginable.