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Are any of you astronomy experts? Have you read about the recent impact on Jupiter, "white spot" on Venus, impact on Saturn's rings and a rapidly weakening magnetosphere? Am looking for a layman's explanation of what a significantly weaker magnetosphere means for earth.

Here's a link to the magnetosphere - I don't have the training to interpret it, would love it if someone could shed some light on this. Thanks.

http://www2.nict.go.jp/y/y223/simulation/realtime/

P.s One theory making the rounds is that an object (possibly a brown dwarf) is entering our solar system and is disturbing gravitationally the Oort cloud and the planets which is why there have been recent impacts.

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well we are due to cross galactic equator soon,and that means that the polarity of the planet changes,effectively swapping north pole for south over the course of the next decade or so.

obviously as our magnetic shield goes down,it allows more radiation to penetrate earth,hence causing the holes in the ozone layer,increased incidences of skin cancer,climate change....and also changes in the emotional behaviour of all flora and fauna on the planet.

this is not a uniform process,during the changeover there will be spots of "turbulence" where several poles are created in one hemisphere at once.This could severely affect weather and tidal patterns,also vulcanicity

Now is the time to seek out a new home on a large and fairly stable land mass.

Australia and south africa are probably two of the better ones.Personally I think the US could have some real problems...increased activity at somewhere like yellowstone or the bay area could be devastating.

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Have you been reading GLP?! Sorry, it's all a load of hysterical ********. Many of the proponents of the magnetosphere hysterics on various conspiracy sites cite the electric universe - which has been roundly debunked and discredited.

The same people believe that either/or: jupiter is a star ship, jupiter is a hologram and that planet x is about to reveal itself....

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well we are due to cross galactic equator soon,and that means that the polarity of the planet changes,effectively swapping north pole for south over the course of the next decade or so.

obviously as our magnetic shield goes down,it allows more radiation to penetrate earth,hence causing the holes in the ozone layer,increased incidences of skin cancer,climate change....and also changes in the emotional behaviour of all flora and fauna on the planet.

this is not a uniform process,during the changeover there will be spots of "turbulence" where several poles are created in one hemisphere at once.This could severely affect weather and tidal patterns,also vulcanicity

Now is the time to seek out a new home on a large and fairly stable land mass.

Australia and south africa are probably two of the better ones.Personally I think the US could have some real problems...increased activity at somewhere like yellowstone or the bay area could be devastating.

Citations? Like, proper science ones, not woo-websites....

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P.s One theory making the rounds is that an object (possibly a brown dwarf) is entering our solar system and is disturbing gravitationally the Oort cloud and the planets which is why there have been recent impacts.

:lol:

Suddenly all the one sided Keynesian policies make sense.

In the very near future, we are all dead.

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Suddenly all the one sided Keynesian policies make sense.

In the very near future, we are all dead.

Weve all been living like theres no tomorrow since 9/11 as far as i can see.

Im moving in to Annunaki miniatures.

I have a deal with a potter in the midlands......

May i be the first to welcome our pointy headed overlords.

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There has been a long held suspicion that the Sun is part of a Binary star system with a period of around 65million years. A Brown dwarf would fit the bill as we havn't seen it and the orbit is suspected to be 2 light years.

The timing is based on the cycle of major impacts and extinctions, the thinking goes that comets etc from the Ort cloud would be knocked into the inner solar system by the Dwarf. Binary systems are very common - most stars are in pairs.

However.. we are talking a very long period so don't expect to able to notice the changes in our life time.

The only reason we notice the extra activity is ... we now have the ability to observer them

Thirty years ago we would have been able to see a comet hitting Jupiter.

The issue with the Earth's magnetic field flipping is possibly of more immediate problem. Magnetic north is not in the North and it is definitely moving southwards, a flip to the south is very over due.

Still, it might not happen for another 1000 years and a tin hat will protect you (ok, I lied about that. Humans would starve in the billions)

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well we are due to cross galactic equator soon,and that means that the polarity of the planet changes,effectively swapping north pole for south over the course of the next decade or so.

"This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius..."

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There has been a long held suspicion that the Sun is part of a Binary star system with a period of around 65million years. A Brown dwarf would fit the bill as we havn't seen it and the orbit is suspected to be 2 light years.

The nearest star to the Sun is Proxima Centauri, approximately 4.2 light-years away...I think we might just have noticed a brown dwarf only 2 light years away by now...sounds like a crackpot theory.

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The nearest star to the Sun is Proxima Centauri, approximately 4.2 light-years away...I think we might just have noticed a brown dwarf only 2 light years away by now...sounds like a crackpot theory.

Actually not so much - brown dwarves are pretty hard to spot, and standard star surveys would struggle with a close dim object. The proposed sun companion is called Nemesis. It is a theory rather than a known object, but there are several on going and proposed projects that, amongst other things, will be looking for it.

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Sounds like the ideal plot for a made-for-TV movie. It would go something like this:

Discredited scientist predicting the gravitational turbulence from a brown dwarf creating havoc on Earth in the near future.

This creates friction with a family member such as a son, daughter or wife who is a respected scientist within the community.

Unexplained catastrophes start to happen on Earth.

Discredited scientist is brought in to explain it all.

Plan to use nukes delivered by heavily modified space shuttles as part of an international effort to save the Earth.

Nasty scientist who is head of the operation, who is responsible for discrediting the outcast scientist goes for some half arsed approach.

Turns out to be wrong but they manage to save the Earth anyway.

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Are any of you astronomy experts? Have you read about the recent impact on Jupiter, "white spot" on Venus, impact on Saturn's rings and a rapidly weakening magnetosphere? Am looking for a layman's explanation of what a significantly weaker magnetosphere means for earth.

Here's a link to the magnetosphere - I don't have the training to interpret it, would love it if someone could shed some light on this. Thanks.

http://www2.nict.go.jp/y/y223/simulation/realtime/

P.s One theory making the rounds is that an object (possibly a brown dwarf) is entering our solar system and is disturbing gravitationally the Oort cloud and the planets which is why there have been recent impacts.

I want to know how it will affect my horoscope.

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There has been a long held suspicion that the Sun is part of a Binary star system with a period of around 65million years. A Brown dwarf would fit the bill as we havn't seen it and the orbit is suspected to be 2 light years.

the total rotational cycle of the galaxy is 256 million years,so you can quite comfortably divide that up into 4 quadrants.

the earth is alleged to have been "created" about 65 million years ago,so theoretically we are on the verge of a complete pulverisation of what physically exists now,and it being remade again.

this will obviously include substantial loss of life.Deal with it.

as to the binary star theory,I think it's highly credible.

There are certainly anecdotal references to such a celestial object in ancient texts.

it's been called the bearded star,the blue star kachina,the winged disc in several diferent ethnicities recollections of olden times.

the wording may differ slightly from civilisation to civilisation,but the event itself will have been the same all over the world.If you can get past the semantics then I'd say that it's a genuine phenomenon.

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Are any of you astronomy experts? Have you read about the recent impact on Jupiter, "white spot" on Venus, impact on Saturn's rings and a rapidly weakening magnetosphere? Am looking for a layman's explanation of what a significantly weaker magnetosphere means for earth.

Here's a link to the magnetosphere - I don't have the training to interpret it, would love it if someone could shed some light on this. Thanks.

http://www2.nict.go.jp/y/y223/simulation/realtime/

P.s One theory making the rounds is that an object (possibly a brown dwarf) is entering our solar system and is disturbing gravitationally the Oort cloud and the planets which is why there have been recent impacts.

I dunno about this but I did hear-tell that they have found giant rings around Uranus... :blink:

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P.s One theory making the rounds is that an object (possibly a brown dwarf) is entering our solar system and is disturbing gravitationally the Oort cloud and the planets which is why there have been recent impacts.

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I don't completely discount the prospect of an undiscovered object in our system on an eccentric orbit but

"the earth is alleged to have been "created" about 65 million years ago"

- ?wtf? - whoever alleged that was on an eccentric orbit of their own

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Done a bit of stargazing last night with the family. We are on hols and after the trapeze act all lights were switched off and we were in star gazing mode. The kids loved it and had good fun. I could see and spot the southern cross and apparently all those shooting stars that we see are not they are actually satellites.

Satellites move relatively slowly when compared to the speed of meteors/shooting stars.

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Sounds like the ideal plot for a made-for-TV movie. It would go something like this:

Discredited scientist predicting the gravitational turbulence from a brown dwarf creating havoc on Earth in the near future.

This creates friction with a family member such as a son, daughter or wife who is a respected scientist within the community.

Unexplained catastrophes start to happen on Earth.

Discredited scientist is brought in to explain it all.

Plan to use nukes delivered by heavily modified space shuttles as part of an international effort to save the Earth.

Nasty scientist who is head of the operation, who is responsible for discrediting the outcast scientist goes for some half arsed approach.

Turns out to be wrong but they manage to save the Earth anyway.

I like your pitch, dahling.... Who did you have in mind for the lead roles? Oh, and could you work some romantic interest and lots of perilous explosions into the next draft? Remember, we want Armagedon not Deep Impact if we're to make money on this.

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I like your pitch, dahling.... Who did you have in mind for the lead roles? Oh, and could you work some romantic interest and lots of perilous explosions into the next draft? Remember, we want Armagedon not Deep Impact if we're to make money on this.

Oh just pick any random unknown work-horse actors. It's TV remember. We can barely afford the CGI disaster porn ...

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