~ Galactic Earth Daily Truth Report 05-7-2012 – Coronal Hole is smiling at us again~
Greetings Loved Beings,
today’s concern seems to be all centered on ice and snow. Where there’s too much or too little, or too soon or too late, cold/warm seems to be the issue today.
Volcano activity has not changed from yesterday as no new reports have been shown.
Not so for EQs that have again increased, especially in AZERBAIJAN where some damages are reported after a 5.6 and a 5.5 with some other aftershocks. Thus no news to be found apart from comments on the ESMC site. That part of Europe seems to be quite under pressure these days.
The Sun’s activity has increased as well as forseen yesterday and a big Coronal Hole is now facing the Planet again, which means hold your hats as Winds will get high!
Thank You for sharing Love.
Added 5/7/2012 @ 14:50 UTC
1470-1471 Produces LDE
Sunspot combo 1470-1471 just produced a long duration M1.9 flare on Monday morning. This event peaked at 14:31 UTC and triggered a 10cm Radio Burst (TenFlare) lasting 12 minutes and measuring 240 sfu. Sometimes a long duration event (LDE) will produce a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME). Stay Tuned for more information.
ALERT: Type IV Radio Emission
Begin Time: 2012 May 07 1409 UTC
Description: Type IV emissions occur in association with major eruptions on the sun and are typically associated with strong coronal mass ejections and solar radiation storms.
Updated 5/7/2012 @ 13:00 UTC
Sunspot 1476 Update
Sunspot 1476 has produced at least 11 C-Class flares since the last M-Class event on Sunday evening. The largest of these was a C7.9 flare at 11:05 UTC Monday morning. This large and active region currently has a Beta-Gamma magnetic configuration and may produce additional M-Class flares in the days ahead.
Updated 5/7/2012 @ 13:00 UTC
Solar activity has been moderate with numerous C-Class flares and 4 low level M-Class events around Sunspot 1476. This region has a Beta-Gamma magnetic configuration and may produce additional M-Class flares. Sunspot 1469 rotated onto the southwest limb and out of direct Earth view. Elsewhere, Sunspot 1471 in the southern hemisphere has been producing low level C-Class flares.
5/7/2012 - Severe weather = 2-3 days be alert Midwest, North, South, East and West
BY CHILLYMANJARO – MAY 7, 2012
Over the winter of 2011–2012, the extent of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean was slightly below the 1979–2000 average, but conditions in the Bering Sea were different. There, sea ice extents were well above normal, reaching a record high in March 2012. Two factors contributed to the extensive sea ice cover: low air temperatures and persistent northerly winds.
The winds pushed ice from the Arctic Ocean southward toward the Bering Strait. Since the strait is narrow and shallow, it allowed little room for the ice to move. The ice gradually piled up and formed an arch. Unlike a vertical arch, this ice arch was a continuous, horizontal band that worked like a keystone arch in a building, holding everything in place. The arch spanned the strait and blocked the southward movement of ice for a while, but then collapsed along its southern margin and allowed the ice to flow into the Bering Sea.
Mon, 07 May 2012 10:11 CDT
On April 11, sea ice still covered the Bering Sea.
Arctic sea ice has persistently dwindled over the last three decades, yet sea ice set record highs in waters around Alaska this past winter.
Ice in the Bering Sea not only covered more area than usual, it also stuck around longer, bucking the downward trend in sea ice cover observed since 1979, when satellite records for the region began.
The Arctic as a whole had below-average sea ice cover during the 2011 to 2012 winter season. At its maximum, reached in mid-March, sea ice covered 5.88 million square miles (15.24 million square kilometers), the ninth lowest in the satellite record.
Yet Alaskan waters were choked with ice
Sea ice cover in the Bering Sea was well above normal for much of the season, and reached a record-high extent in March 2012. In addition, ice surrounded the Pribilof Islands, tiny volcanic islands in the middle of the Bering Sea, for a record number of days this winter.
Snow in Scotland as Met issues early weather warnings for next week
Posted on May 6, 2012
May 6, 2012 – SCOTLAND – The Met office issued early weather warnings for next week with persistent heavy rain expected to spread across the country during Wednesday evening and the early hours of Thursday. The lowest temperature recorded overnight on Friday was in south-west Scotland, where it plummeted to -6C (21.2F). Yesterday, Scotland experienced snow, while the skies over. –Daily Mail
Victoria N. Alexander
Sat, 05 May 2012 18:50 CDT
© Luc Viatour/Wikimedia Commons
Brooklyn - The Red Admiral Butterfly, known as the "Butterfly of Doom," was especially abundant the year the Russian Tsar Alexander II was assassinated. Lepidopterist Kurt Johnson reports an unusually large number of the species are descending upon Brooklyn, NY According to Dr. Kurt Johnson, a retired lepidopterist from the American Museum of Natural History, in the last two days there has been
an outbreak of Red Admirals (Vanessa atalanta) in Brooklyn the likes of which I have never seen (not even close), and I've been here 45 years. ... [T]here were at least a half dozen Red Admirals for every 10 paces one walked.... [At] the Botanical Garden, Red Admirals were also flying all over the place, chasing each other etc.
Butterfly population explosions are not particularly common, says Dr. Johnson. In 1881, the Red Admiral, also known as the Red Admirable, was found in great abundance in Russia. According to Russian lore, the undersides of the wings bore markings that resembled the numbers "1881." Russians came to call the insect the "Butterfly of Doom," and some believe its great numbers "signaled" the beginning of the revolution and the death of the Tsar.
The "Butterfly of Doom" also appears in the writings of Russian-American novelist and lepidopterist, Vladimir Nabokov, who specialized in the study of some small butterflies known as "Blues." Dr. Johnson, also an expert on Blues, wrote about the novelist's favorite butterfly in a book called Nabkov's Blues . It was through Nabokov's writings that Johnson learned of the Red Admiral's association with the Russian Revolution. Normally, Red Admirals migrate north from Guatemala to Canada beginning in March, but they do not usually arrive so early and in such great numbers. Unusual sitings were also reported in Le Roy, NY by the Daily News, in Trenton, NJ by CBS News and in Ottawa, Canada by Canada.com. Dr. Johnson speculates that the warm winter
might have initiated the breakout.... One would have to account for why there are so many of them in this year's spring brood if nothing last year seemed unusual.
There are no reports that the Brooklyn butterflies bear the numbers "2012" on their wing undersides.
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