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Earth’s Magnetic Field AGAIN Fails to Deal with a weak Solar Wind Stream, + “this is 1984”

For the second time in a week, Earth’s waning magnetosphere has failed to deal with a weak ejection from the Sun. This is a sign of the times — a very disturbing one for those dependent on electrical infrastructure to survive (so 90% of the global population).

Once again, the so-called ‘experts’ had no idea that this was coming.

Or rather, they knew that a burst of solar wind was on its way, but expected the event to pass by unnoticed — they assumed our magnetic field could easily handle what was a weak coronal hole stream.

Coronal holes appear as dark areas in the solar corona. They look dark because they are cooler, less dense regions than the surrounding plasma and are regions of open, unipolar magnetic fields. The open configuration of the magnetic field in coronal holes allows particles to escape. These holes are sources of high speed solar wind streams, and when the particles from these streams hit Earth they can cause geomagnetic storms.

Yesterday evening, Earth found itself inside a stream of solar wind flowing at almost 600 km/s.

The wind originated from an equatorial hole in the Sun’s atmosphere:


The ‘experts’ had seemingly given up on this stream.

Not a single official source suggested anything more than a KP 2 was going to be the result.

In reality, the KP hit level 5:


Below is a look at the DSCOVR solar wind data for the past 3-days, courtesy of NOAA.

Looking specifically at the top red line, that jump up –located toward the right of the graph– is the geomagnetic effect of the impact.

DSCOVR solar wind (NOAA).


The solar wind stream was a relatively slow-traveling one, and as a result it was very late to arrive.

This is likely what caused official agencies, such as NOAA, to reject it out of hand, to pass it off as a non-event.

The fact that this wind delivered such a powerful impact is of immense cause for concern. Not that you’ll hear such a warning from the horses mouth anytime soon. After all, governments aren’t in the business of mindlessly scaring their populations. Their ultimate control method is fear, that is true, but it has to be a fully orchestrated fear — there will be something to be gained from it.

In the case of ‘catastrophic global warming,’ for example, the narrative goes:

Yes, the planet will indeed burn to a crisp. Yes, that means you and your loved ones will perish. BUT hold on now, this dire fate can be entirely avoided if you do exactly what we say. That is, if you surrender your freedoms; if you give-up your cheap, reliable energy; and –the latest measure being proposed– if you endure ‘climate lockdowns.’

Nothing is off the table here.

This is 1984.

And our ‘powers that be’ are now openly suggesting measures that a mere 18 months ago would have been considered the barmiest of conspiracy theories.

A recent bought-and-paid-for propaganda piece–I mean, “study”–said that the world needs the equivalent of a Pandemic Lockdown every two years to meet the carbon emission goals outline in the Paris Climate Agreement.

Of course, China can still keep pumping it out. I mean, the rest of the planet is expected to go cold turkey but the Chinese government –the instigators of the past two global f-ups– are permitted to do whatever the hell they like — the benefit of having the UN in your back pocket.

Thankfully though, CO2 induced global warming isn’t a real threat — because if it were, we would all die anyway, regardless of extreme measures we took, due to our passive smoking of China’s huge coal-fired stacks.

In 2020, China built over three times as much coal plant capacity as the rest of the world. It commissioned almost 40GW over the year, the equivalent to building more than one large plant every week.

Furthermore, recent research also showed that 73GW of new coal power projects were started in China through December 31st — this is five times as much as in all other countries combined.

Our so-called leaders are completely ignorant to the game the Chinese regime is playing here. They are so painfully stupid, so weak, and far too busy over-appeasing fringe communities to recognize the true threat to our society. China’s goal here appears to be the destruction of western economies. But to exactly what end? War?

“We have failed to understand in the past that we can’t have tackling climate change as a side issue,” said that absurd ‘climate lockdown’ study’s lead author, Corinne Le Quéré. “Every strategy and every plan from every government must be consistent with tackling climate change.”

But according to the data, the pandemic lockdown had precisely zero impact on atmospheric CO2 levels:


However, the threat posed by the China is, of course, dwarfed by that of the Sun.

The fact that Earth’s ever-waning magnetosphere hasn’t been able to handle the past two minor perturbations is a genuine reason to keep you up at night.

In the year 2000, we knew the magnetic field had lost 10 percent of its strength since the 1800s.

Another 5 percent was lost by 2010.

Further accelerations occurred in recent years, 2015 and 2017, but we laymen were not privy to any additional loss data–with guesses on why that might be quickly sending you down a conspiracy rabbit hole.


Given the last solid data point we have –that of 2010– our magnetic field should have handled these past two events far better — the field is obviously far weaker than we’ve all realized.

What happens when that X-class solar flare is launched in our direction?

Well, it’s back to the Stone Age, instantly.

That’s no power.

No communication.

No Googling “how-tos?”

No delivery systems.

No food.

Just darkness.

I’m prepared.

Are you…?

Grow your own, and look into alternative energy sources.

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17 Thoughts to “Earth’s Magnetic Field AGAIN Fails to Deal with a weak Solar Wind Stream, + “this is 1984””

  1. Mike True

    What alternative energy sources do you recommend for someone in a suburban neighborhood in central Pennsylvania?

  2. Matt

    This article is completely wrong and utter bunk. Some weak, isolated geomagnetic storming was forecast, and Earth’s magnetic field did not fail to counter it. Here’s a relevant section from the Space Weather Prediction Center’s forecast discussion from yesterday, showing that such conditions were expected:
    “Geospace

    .24 hr Summary…
    The geomagnetic field was quiet to unsettled, with isolated active
    levels at the end of the period.

    .Forecast…
    Unsettled to active conditions, with isolated periods of G1 (minor)
    storming are expected on 20 May, with the anticipated onset of a -CH
    HSS. Mostly quiet to unsettled conditions are expected on 21-22 May,
    with a slight chance for isolated active conditions on 21 May.”

    You’re spitting in the face of your audience with this kind of shameless and blatant lying. Did you think nobody would notice?

    1. Ed Taster

      I’ll keep checking to see if your comment is permitted to stay.

    2. Ed Taster

      Will your comment be erased?

    3. Anonymous One

      NOAA initially predicted it was going to be nothing or a miss.
      They later changed this forecast to say “somethings happening”
      You are posting the after the fact update.

      This really begs the question of “Why? what is a government agency back tracking and altering its reports?”

      https://youtu.be/t3sF-vk3C4w?t=41

      1. Anonymous

        Yup, suspicous observers even have screenshot of the earlier predictions (2’s with no geomagnectic storm) before they fudge the numbers

        The dude maybe just picked up the revised after the event report

        Shameless on NOAA behalf

      2. Joyce

        I agree. Why do we hear NOTHING from our so-called gov agencies. They are ALL IN CHYNA’S BACK POCKET that’s why.J

  3. Anonymous

    Thankyou for all the work, the time and effort to gather this info and sent it out to us. I really appreciate all you are doing !

  4. JW

    Actually my beef with this article is the emphasis on China. I think the Western governments are just as bad. I certainly think that 73 gigawatts of coal fired power is no biggie. China is doing the right thing But then I don’t think AGW is correct.

    The Chinese are the least of our problems and may be a source of great value if they just keep their technological efforts going. If the West returns to the Middle Ages then China offers an opportunity to overthrow that ugly point of view with vastly superior weapons which the decrepit governments of the West could not resist. The Western governments are a much more important issue for those who live in the West.

    It would be useful to see some stronger particle ejections from the sun so that the level of response of the magnetosphere can be judged. As solar cycle 25 advances we may get a better calibration of the situation before the big one hits. No need or value in saying BS just yet.

    1. Anonymous

      If you wish to fear anything, it is that we microbes , in our unmitigated gall, attempt to STOP another natural phenom like we’re doing with cyclic Global Warming. My suggestion is “Preparation instead of futile prevention.”

  5. Holger Danske

    Matt is right, this site was demonetized for a reason!

    Solarham.net says:
    No solar flares above M1.0 detected.

    Also no noteworthy CMEs, allthough Region 2824 has the potential for “an isolated C-Flare in the short term”,
    BUT IT HASN’T HAPPENED YET!!!

    Desparate “Professional Opinion Holders” like Mr. Allon is giving the NGOs an even worse reputation than they already rightfully deserve!

    Protest sites tend to get more noisy over time, like wattsupwiththat.com, iceagenow.info and zerohedge.com among many.

    That’s not to say that TPTB are objective, either, but for that very reason I expect those who criticize them to be truthful and accurate in order to be credible.

    A G1 or G2 is a nonevent, starting at G3 it gets somewhat interesting.

    1. prioris

      those so called protest sites seem more like disinfo sites and run by the intel agencies. i don’t particularly trust them.

      wattsupwiththat.com is clearly a fake anti global warming site.

  6. Franklin Russell

    The 2020 lock down had zero effect on CO2 levels. What natural drivers will raise global CO2? Is it man made fires.
    Politics and weather can’t mix. Solar panels are at all time lows. I’m testing LiFePo batteries on my off the grid Hamature radio station and they look good better voltage. Inverters, charge controllers are at all time lows. I have not paid an electric bill in 25 years. Now is a better time than ever to go off the grid. Don’t rely on Big Brother for electricity! Especially with the chance for another Carrington event which would kill half of the American population within a year. Word!

  7. Frank Lee Rusyn

    You said: “Of course, China can still keep pumping it out. I mean, the rest of the planet is expected to go cold turkey but the Chinese government –the instigators of the past two global f-ups– are permitted to do whatever the hell they like — the benefit of having the UN in your back pocket.”

    I thought you said CO2 doesn’t matter? What is the double F-up you accuse China of? The Covid-19 virus? No one knows where it originated; it was present in Italy months before it burst forth in Wuhan. You can blame Trump for the weak US actions on controlling the virus in the US. China didn’t do that. Are you aware that the 1918 flu originated in the US and the US sent soldiers to Europe during WWI knowing they had the deadly flu? Pershing and Wilson were warned. Or the swine flu, H1N1, that also originated in the US?

    Are you accusing China of too many emissions? Do you realize that it has 4 times as many people as the US and manufactures a huge chunk of the goods used all over the world? Yet it’s per capita CO2 emissions are half that of the US. Half. You want them to go back to the stone age? What kind of statistics chops do you have when you ignore a basic statistical measure, per capita emissions. You don’t mention that China is building nuclear energy plants and leads the world in solar energy. China leads the world as the top producer of solar energy, installing more than 30.1 GW of photovoltaic (PV) capacity in 2019. https://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/092815/5-countries-produce-most-solar-energy.asp Moreover, China has 49 nuclear reactors in operation with a capacity of 47.5 GW, third only to the United States and France. 17 more are under construction with a capacity of 18.5 GW Unlike the US, it isn’t shutting theirs down.

    1. prioris

      The interesting thing about 1918 flu is that it mainly effected the healthiest between age 25-44 with 28 year old being the most effected. The official story on that so called epidemic can’t be believed. It appears to be government made epidemic

  8. First, thank You for the good work.

    Second, I have to share my life experience with the destroyed electric grid.
    I am from Serbia and I had 25 years when NATO was bombing us in 1999.

    US air force used specialized graphite bombs to destroy the electric grid and succeeded to knock out the grid, but after less than 24 hours the grid was fully functional. They do it again, but the grid was quickly restored. After that, they started bombing transformer stations with real bombs.

    My point is that restoring the grid is not so difficult for competent people.

    I want to give You some optimism.

  9. Anonymous

    Duh… NOAA fudge the numbers before revising it…

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