The Sun Influences The Earth More Than You Know

A weather map of Typhoon Wipha.

Deadly storms were once rare. Today, they are increasing in number and in strength.

The 2017 hurricane season started off with record=breaking storms, and it looks like the storms are going to keep coming.

Earthquakes, too.

And volcanoes.

Add more droughts and wildfires.

And floods.

What most people don’t realize is the root cause of natural disasters starts with the Sun.

Our Sun is undergoing some serious changes right now, and it is affecting all life on Earth. This explains the changes we are seeing today.

The Sun Is Driving This Bus

Super Typhoon from NOAA the Philippines

The Sun is the primary influence behind our weather.

Energy from the Sun is very important to all life on Earth. The Sun warms our planet and heats the surface, the oceans and the atmosphere. This atmospheric energy is one of the primary drivers of our weather.

Our climate is also strongly affected by the amount of solar radiation received on the Earth.

Climate change and “global warming” are not caused by humans – they are driven by the Earth itself, and that is determined by the Sun.

Now note that humans won’t get off the hook here. Humans are messing in our nest – we are destroying ecosystems worldwide, polluting the land, water and air, and we are depleting the Earth’s natural resources at a record rate.

A picture of a solar flare, or CME, exploding off the surface of the Sun.

Humans are polluting the Earth, no doubt, but the Sun is the primary reason we are experiencing global climate change.

Humans have created GMO farming, which destroys the Earth’s pollination and the natural mineralization of the soil. And our pesticides are killing the pollinators (the bees and butterflies) in massive numbers.

But, there is a big difference between the damage irresponsible humans are doing to the Earth and the powerful influences of the Sun.

The Sun warms our planet, so when the Sun heats up – um hum, the Earth heats up. There is nothing we humans can do about it.

Learn More About The Sun

In order to better understand climate change, natural disasters, and Earth events that have never been seen in modern human history, study the Sun and its cycles. 

The Sun:

  1. affects all life on Earth;
  2. influences fertility and the reproduction of plants and animals;
  3. determines an animal’s mood;
  4. creates earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes;
  5. influences rainfall;
  6. determines temperature.

Here are 3 videos to get you started learning more about the Sun:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6TlvZ-Y4Ow 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygu0HqFc_do

As we witness natural disasters increasing today, learn all that you can about them. This is the only way that we can stay safe, and possibly prevent more disasters in the future. 

 

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Woo Hoo – The Poles Are Moving And Everybody’s Feeling It

A picture of the Earth and a toy top comparing how the Earth spins like a toy top.

The Earth spins and wobbles like a toy top, making the poles unstable as it spins. This causes global Earth changes. All at once.

The Earth is really active these days with big earthquakes and tsunamis, wildfires, and massive cold fronts covering all of North America.

What does this mean when it happens all at once?

Woo hoo – it means that the poles are moving. THIS is the root of global climate change.

Occurring all over the Earth at the same time.

Big Quakes

Over the past 24 hours, these earthquakes over 6.0 magnitude shook the Earth:

  1. 6.0 China
  2. 6.0 Trinidad and Tobago
  3. 6.5 Indonesia
  4. 8.0 Solomon Islands (tsunami warning issued)
  5. 6.5 Solomon Islands
  6. 7.8 Solomon Islands (another tsunami warning issued)
  7. 6.5 Ferndale, California

There are too many quakes occurring 5.0 + to list.

Wow.

Winter Storm Warnings

A blizzard

The entire North American continent is experiencing record winter storms.

The entire United States and Canada.

Wildfires

  1. Upper Nile, South Sudan
  2. Western Australia
  3. Central African Republic
  4. Western Cape, South Africa
  5. Tasmania
  6. Tennessee/North Carolina

I will be releasing some short videos about the pole shift, but when the poles wobble even the slightest bit, the planet responds with earthquakes, tsunamis, and stronger storms.

Just what we are witnessing today.

Major Shake Up – Quakes and Tsunamis In New Zealand

A USGS small globe showing the May 1, 2013 earthquake swarm around Vanuatu.

Earthquakes are on the rise in the South Pacific – USGS

What happens when you have 7.8 and 6.5 magnitude earthquakes along the New Zealand coastline in the same day?

After you pick yourself up from the floor, you realize that the buildings around you are crumbling, and a tsunami wave is heading your way.

Quakes Nov 13, 2016

On Saturday, Nov 12, 2106, New Zealand experienced 10 earthquakes around 5.0 magnitude, and then the Earth broke loose.  On Sunday, Nov 13, 2106, the island around Wellington was under a quake assault.

The following 36 quakes are in timeline order (first quake to most recent):

  1. a day ago 6.1 magnitude, 16 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  2. a day ago 5.7 magnitude, 10 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  3. a day ago 6.5 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  4. a day ago 5.8 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  5. a day ago 7.8 magnitude, 23 km depth Amberley, Canterbury, New Zealand
  6. a day ago 5.0 magnitude, 13 km depth Brooklyn, Wellington, New Zealand
  7. a day ago 4.9 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  8. a day ago 5.2 magnitude, 9 km depth Amberley, Canterbury, New Zealand
  9. a day ago 5.2 magnitude, 9 km depth Amberley, Canterbury, New Zealand
  10. a day ago 5.2 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  11. a day ago 5.2 magnitude, 19 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  12. about 24 hours ago 4.9 magnitude, 4 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  13. about 23 hours ago 5.2 magnitude, 10 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  14. about 23 hours ago 6.2 magnitude, 8 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  15. about 23 hours ago 5.3 magnitude, 10 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  16. about 23 hours ago 4.9 magnitude, 20 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  17. about 23 hours ago 4.2 magnitude, 10 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  18. about 21 hours ago 5.1 magnitude, 14 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  19. about 20 hours ago 5.2 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  20. about 19 hours ago 4.5 magnitude, 10 km depth Amberley, Canterbury, New Zealand
  21. about 19 hours ago 4.9 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  22. about 18 hours ago 4.8 magnitude, 10 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  23. about 18 hours ago 4.7 magnitude, 10 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  24. about 18 hours ago 5.1 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  25. about 17 hours ago 5.1 magnitude, 8 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  26. about 17 hours ago 4.6 magnitude, 10 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  27.  about 17 hours ago 4.9 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  28.  about 17 hours ago 4.9 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  29.  about 15 hours ago 5.1 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  30. about 15 hours ago 4.2 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  31.  about 14 hours ago 5.0 magnitude, 11 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  32.  about 13 hours ago 4.6 magnitude, 13 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  33. about 13 hours ago 5.2 magnitude, 10 km depth Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
  34.  about 12 hours ago 6.5 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  35.  about 11 hours ago 5.2 magnitude, 10 km depth Kaikoura, Canterbury, New Zealand
  36. …. 36 earthquakes in less than 24 hours; 3 quakes over 6.0, and 1 quake almost an 8.0 

Tsunami

High waves crashing on the sea shore.

High waves reached the shore after tsunami warnings went out.

Hours after the initial quake (and seriously, which one?), two tsunami threats were issued – one from the quake, and the second warning went out for residents to flee to high ground after a Slip Dam on the Clarence River breached, sending a large wall of water downstream.

Waves of about 2 metres did hit the coast, but the tsunami threat had been downgraded to coastal warnings.

Two people were killed in the quake. This isn’t over yet, I suspect.