Electromagnetism news

Earth's Magnetic Song

At https://phys.org/news/2019-11-earth-magnetic-song-solar-storm.html ... ESAs Cluster mission has provided a recording of the song which Earth sings when it is hit by a solar storm. It derives from the waves generated in Earth's magnetic field. The storm itself is the eruption of electrically charged particles from the Sun's atmosphere. The analysis shows that during a collision, the foreshock is driven to release magnetic waves that are much more complete than first thought. The foreshock is inudced to release magnetic waves (see video at the link).

Giant Structures

In one of those, I wonder what they can be moments, we have another interesting link provided by Gary - https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/zmj76pw/theres-growing-evidence-that-... ... scientists are discovering that galaxies can move with each other across vast distances - against the predictions of mainstream cosmological models. Some galaxies seem to move in odd and often unexplained ways as if they were connected by a common unseen force. These discoveries hint at an enigmatic influence - what are being called large scale structures in space.

Solar Puzzle

The solar puzzle is of course how the Sun works. At https://phys.org/news/2019-10-overlooked-piece-solar-dynamo-puzzle.html ... where the earth model is still a dynamo, it would seem. This refers to a previously unobserved mechanism at work in the Sun's rotating plasma - a magnetic instability. Scientists thought it was physically impossible under such conditions - but it seem it is there. The effect may even play a pivotal role in the formation of the Sun's magnetic field.

Close encounters of the electric kind

This story is at https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2019/10/27/close-encounter-with-a-gigant... ... on October 15th pilot Chris Holmes encountered lightning crackling around his aircraft - 35,000 feet over the Gulf of Mexico (near the Yucatan) when a super cell began pulsing with light. It wasn't ordinary lightning but a beam of light creating sprites and jets - a gigantic jet issuing forth form a thunderstorm below. He video recorded what he saw - to see it go to https://spaceweather.com/images2019/25oct19/gi_video.mov (or click link on first link) ..

Wal Thornhill

Robert sent in the link to www.everythingselectric.com/eie-137/ ... an interview with Wal Thornhill/

Bob Johnson

Bob is now up on You Tibe - go to https://youtu.be/YKgPWSSuhjg?t=180 ... but no mention of SIS.

Turner's Paintings

Weather Eye (Paul Simons) in The Times has been writing about purple haze glowing in the twilight sky just after sunset. Not auroral though in spite of the colour but the result of volcanic eruptions during the summer months this year. Volcanoes are common occurrences but plumes of sulphurous gas rarely reach the stratosphere. This year two volcanoes have led to just that. The Railkoke volcano in the Kuril Islands in Russia's far east and the Ulawen volcanoe which blew in Papua New Guinea in August.

Saturn Shimming

Robert sent in the link, https://phys.org/news/2019-09-saturn-impossible-rotation.html ... it seems Saturn may be prone to a bit of electromagnetic shimming and twisting which has thrown attempts to determine how long it takes to rotate on its axis. Robert theorises that it is due to different levels of energy input into each hemisphere. The northern hemisphere with its hexagon and the southern hemsiphere with its cyclone may indicate differing strengths of a Birkeland Current. Saturn's magnetic field polarity is opposite to that of the earth.

Hurricanes and Solar

At https://notrickszone.com/2019/09/07/surprising-parallels-found-between-s... ... surprising parallels found between solar activity and hurricane development. This may not be so surprising in an electric universe scenario but it is surprising as far as mainstream thinking is concerned. The recent hurricane or category 5 storm, Dorian, showed a development parallel to a solar geomagnetic storm which lasted several days in early September. The solar wind buffeted the earth's magnetosphere between 27th August and September 4th (2019).

Magnetic Pulses

Scientists have discovered previously undetected observational evidence of frequent energetic pulses transporting energy from the solar surface to the higher solar atmosphere. Magnetic plasma waves or pulses have long been suggested as one of the big mechanisms in order to explain why the temperature of the solar atmosphere rises quickly, from thousands to millions of degrees. These are short lived Alfven pulses which seem to be generated by photospheric plasma swirls. They are said to be at least as many as 150,000 of them in the solar photosphere at any given point in time.