About that "Micro-nova"...or "Major Solar Outburst"...what I would call Enormous CME (ECME)

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About that "Micro-nova"...or "Major Solar Outburst"...what I would call Enormous CME (ECME)

#1 Post by anomalous howard » Wed Jan 02, 2019 6:26 pm

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https://www.siliconinvestor.com/readmsg ... d=31956091


Articles on Enormous Coronal Mass Ejections from "normal" stars and stars with large planets. (our solar system contains 2 gas giants)
Suspicious 0bservers brings some more enormous CME info:
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/full/1989ApJ...337..927S From the link the entire paper can be read by clicking "Next page".
Here's page 1:
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And I've also found the following:

JOURNAL ARTICLE
Superflares and Giant Planets: From time to time, a few sunlike stars produce gargantuan outbursts. Large planets in tight orbits might account for these eruptions
Eric P. Rubenstein
American Scientist
Vol. 89, No. 1 (JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2001), pp. 38-45
https://www.jstor.org/stable/27857398?s ... b_contents

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#2 Post by Andy F » Thu Jan 03, 2019 4:50 pm

Max Planck Research - January 2017
Publication date 2017-01

PDF etc - https://archive.org/details/26mar6/page/n17
Whew, that was a lot of interesting reading.
I think you'll find this interesting, several articles & photographs etc, after page 17.
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#3 Post by anomalous howard » Fri Jan 04, 2019 10:44 pm

Supernova is a whole different animal. Thanks for the reading though :)

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#4 Post by Andy F » Fri Jan 04, 2019 11:53 pm

Yea, I knew is not same thing. I just thought is was a good read and gorgeous pictures.
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#5 Post by anomalous howard » Sun Jan 06, 2019 5:46 am

I think this is interesting:

Dr. August Dunning [CalTech, formerly NASA/JPL] discusses how his star-metal theory is evolving with the concept of a solar micronova.

at 4:37:
"It wasn't like it kept happening over geologic time. It's like it happened then didn't happen any more."


I asked about that statement in the comments section. Crickets is all so far.

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#6 Post by Andy F » Sun Jan 06, 2019 10:38 am

Crickets? There is an inward explosion of knowledge, where for many years NASA has been #1 key for suppressing quite a bit of information of Astrophysicists work. Many at NASA are part of the tribe, unfortunately, and as we now know both are working together, for what I don't know but if I had to guess it would be GSM. Since we know about GSM, it becomes obvious that NASA is suppressing that Science.
I'd been checking out Herndon's pages for some time now. He's over at
nuclearplanet.com and apparently has for several years been documenting NASA & other science foundations who silence Scientists, and on certain topics. I know it goes on in the Medical fields, but the Physicist & Astro fields are not my forte and a few miles above my head.

I'd posted a PDF in the PDF Zone about 25 Rules of Disinformation & Suppression & a couple other related PDFs, and I linked up a couple rules with Herndon's writings about NASA leading in obfuscation and continuous moving the goalposts to prevent any real progress. So it is not any wonder that the GSM is being suppressed any time the tribe is or has been involved for a long time. Especially knowing about their resource exploitatives, & also cutting edge work being done in Argentina (major water aquifers), Peru, Chile & Africa in farming and greenhouses/aquaponics.
They know about GSM and are prepping on a global scale for food & water futures. The tribe is known for only caring about their selves and also for planning 100 years in advance, or more, so keeping Latin America & Africa etc backwards I would tend to see was done purposefully as part of their plans for securing their futures. I know this to be true, having the PDF "Rockefeller: Scenarios for the Future" which is planned for 50 & 100 years in future.

So the Crickets you got, maybe that was intentional? Ignoring is in the 25 Rules playbook. I would not expect openness on GSM by NASA. If there was, they'd have to answer the what about us plebs questions. So they will ignore, willfully.
Sad to say...but George Carlin was right. "We're not in the club." And NASA is part of the tribal club, because the tribe needs NASA to survive and they know it.
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#7 Post by anomalous howard » Sun Jan 06, 2019 2:41 pm

“But the plans were on display…”
“On display? I eventually had to go down to the cellar to find them.”
“That’s the display department.”
“With a flashlight.”
“Ah, well, the lights had probably gone.”
“So had the stairs.”
“But look, you found the notice, didn’t you?”
“Yes,” said Arthur, “yes I did. It was on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet stuck in a disused lavatory with a sign on the door saying ‘Beware of the Leopard.”

“There’s no point in acting all surprised about it. All the planning charts and demolition orders have been on display in your local planning department in Alpha Centauri for fifty of your Earth years.”

“For heaven’s sake, mankind, it’s only four light-years away, you know. I’m sorry, but if you can’t be bothered to taken an interest in local affairs that’s your own lookout.”

Email 3499: Michael Mann provides some code, cautions "don't pass it along where it may get into the hands of the wrong people"; admits something "a bit odd" that "increases the amplitude of the reconstruction everywhere by the factor 1.29"
http://tomnelson.blogspot.com/2011/12/e ... -some.html

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#8 Post by Andy F » Sun Jan 06, 2019 3:34 pm

That was a fun read! Wasn't that from Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy?
Tom Nelson & crowd are making the AGW crowd upset! However, they need to see more on the political NGOs attempts to destabilize USA. Ahh well....
I took a visit to NASA, who is also reporting on AGW and the Hawaiian sand bar island disappearance in October due to "Climate Change" which is BS.
Want to know what they repeatedly ignore?
Read through this one post & you'll see what I see - viewtopic.php?p=2035#p2035
I've been following that one issue for nearly 2 decades. It is a huge issue worldwide, and it ain't Climate Change like the cult says. Wankers! :D

News, reinforces my thoughts on NASA being unaccountable to any questions by other attendees,
'Super Bowl of Astronomy' Kicks Off Without NASA Amid Government Shutdown' https://www.space.com/42915-super-bowl- ... tification
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Re: About that "Micro-nova"...or "Major Solar Outburst"...what I would call Enormous CME (ECME)

#9 Post by anomalous howard » Thu Jan 17, 2019 2:34 am

More thoughts on that enormous CME thing:
https://www.siliconinvestor.com/readmsg ... d=31979671
So, in beginning to independently investigate the enormous CME thing. The simple route would be to create two columns of likelihood. One greater and one lesser.
On the greater likelihood side there's the Younger Dryas event interpretation that goes something like:
A CME hit one side of Earth melting ice (meltwater pulse) charring landscape (black mat layer), stripping atmosphere on that side. Pressure differential on opp side (EHem) causes an ultra-high speed wind in order to equalize pressure. The wind being responsible for massive boneyard/debris fields found across Siberia while the atmospheric pressure drop as air rushes to Western Hemisphere flash freezes parts of Eastern Hemisphere bringing about the well-known findings of woolly mammoths with fresh frozen "buttercups" in mouths and stomachs.
https://twitter.com/anomaloushoward/sta ... 1156360194

And there's the "End-Permian extinction, which wiped out most of Earth's species, was instantaneous in geological time"
https://phys.org/news/2018-09-end-permi ... neous.html
"But the global ecologic collapse came with a sudden blow, and we cannot see its smoking gun in the sediments that record extinction," Ramezani says. "The key in this paper is the abruptness of the extinction. Any hypothesis that says the extinction was caused by gradual environmental change during the late Permian—all those slow processes, we can rule out. It looks like a sudden punch comes in, and we're still trying to figure out what it meant and what exactly caused it."

There's also Oppenheimer Ranch's data interpretation, Robert Shoch's data interpretation and Doug Vogt's interpretation.
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On the lesser likelihood side
there's the fact that such a CME would have to be Earth-directed. That is actually much lower than a 50/50 chance unless the "blast" from the Sun was full circumference. Assessing whether that case is a cyclical, regular or common event is extremely sketchy at best.
There's the Suspicious 0bserver video with the words of Dr. August Dunning in reference to evidence of an enormous CME striking Mars: "It wasn't like it kept happening over geologic time. It's like it happened then didn't happen any more."


And there's a paper from 2012 I've found (so far):
"Estimating the frequency of extremely energetic solar events, based on solar, stellar, lunar, and terrestrial records"
https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com ... 12JA017706
(click on the names...they're not from lightweight institutions)
"We conclude that flare energies for the present-day Sun have either a true upper cutoff or at least a rapid drop in frequency by several orders of magnitude below the scaled stellar frequency spectrum for energy fluences above about X40. Based on the direct solar observations and the indirect arguments presented in this study, solar flares with energy fluences above about X40 are very unlikely for the modern Holocene-era Sun. Setting significantly stricter quantitative limits than this for the most energetic solar flares than we have summarized in Figure 3 https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com ... 0-fig-0003 requires that we observe a sample of several dozen very large flares on stars of solar type and of near-solar age. That, in turn, requires the equivalent of at least several thousand years of stellar time in the combined observational sample, to be observed in X-ray, EUV, or optical emissions. Additional, but less direct, limits could be inferred from estimated starspot coverages from many thousands of Sun-like stars in, e.g., observations being made by the Kepler satellite."

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