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Lawrence Joseph on Solar Flare Threats – Coast to Coast AM 06.06.2011

Lawrence Joseph “Solar Aftermath” on Coast to Coast am June 6, 2011 Author Lawrence Joseph talked about protecting the electrical grids from solar blasts. We face a serious danger of getting knocked off the grid (major solar blasts occurred in 1859 and 1921), yet the Senate scuttled legislation that was passed in the House to take protective measures, he noted. Joseph said he’s seeking to get this topic on the agenda of the 2012 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, so that heads of state can take action on this catastrophic threat.FAIR USE NOTICE: These pages/video may contain copyrighted (© ) material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. Such material is made available to advance understanding of ecological, POLITICAL, HUMAN RIGHTS, economic, DEMOCRACY, scientific, MORAL, ETHICAL, and SOCIAL JUSTICE ISSUES, etc. It is believed that this constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 USC Section 107, this material is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior general interest in receiving similar information for research and educational.
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more – Space Storm Tracked from Sun to Earth: www.youtube.com music: Andromeda artist: Doc album: Cosmic Lullabies www.jamendo.com lisence creativecommons.org NASA has revised their prediction for solar maximum to now occur around mid-May of 2013. sources: www.nasa.gov www.youtube.com Solar SuperStorm 1859 — It could happen again modernsurvivalblog.com science.nasa.gov science.nasa.gov science.nasa.gov Solar physicist David Hathaway of the National Space Science & Technology Center (NSSTC) explains: “First, remember what sunspots are–tangled knots of magnetism generated by the sun’s inner dynamo. A typical sunspot exists for just a few weeks. Then it decays, leaving behind a ‘corpse’ of weak magnetic fields.” Enter the conveyor belt. “The top of the conveyor belt skims the surface of the sun, sweeping up the magnetic fields of old, dead sunspots. The ‘corpses’ are dragged down at the poles to a depth of 200000 km where the sun’s magnetic dynamo can amplify them. Once the corpses (magnetic knots) are reincarnated (amplified), they become buoyant and float back to the surface.” Presto—new sunspots! Right: The sun’s “great conveyor belt.” All this happens with massive slowness. “It takes about 40 years for the belt to complete one loop,” says Hathaway. The speed varies “anywhere from a 50-year pace (slow) to a 30-year pace (fast).” When the belt is turning “fast,” it means that lots of magnetic fields are being swept up, and that a future sunspot cycle is going to be

Lawrence Krauss Discussion (12/12) – Richard Dawkins

See more at RichardDawkins.net Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss sat down for a public discussion at Stanford University on Sunday, March 9th 2008. The focus was on Science education, but the discussion also covered religion, physics, evolution and more. This video will be released on DVD soon at RichardDawkins.net , along with other unmoderated discussions with Richard Dawkins. Credits Filmed by Josh Timonen and Wayne Marsala Edited by Josh Timonen

Lawrence Krauss Discussion (9/12) – Richard Dawkins

See more at RichardDawkins.net Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss sat down for a public discussion at Stanford University on Sunday, March 9th 2008. The focus was on Science education, but the discussion also covered religion, physics, evolution and more. This video will be released on DVD soon at RichardDawkins.net , along with other unmoderated discussions with Richard Dawkins. Credits Produced by Josh Timonen and Maureen Norton Edited by Josh Timonen Camera by Josh Timonen and Wayne Marsala

Lawrence Krauss Discussion (8/12) – Richard Dawkins

See more at RichardDawkins.net Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss sat down for a public discussion at Stanford University on Sunday, March 9th 2008. The focus was on Science education, but the discussion also covered religion, physics, evolution and more. This video will be released on DVD soon at RichardDawkins.net , along with other unmoderated discussions with Richard Dawkins. Credits Produced by Josh Timonen and Maureen Norton Edited by Josh Timonen Camera by Josh Timonen and Wayne Marsala
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Lawrence Krauss Discussion (7/12) – Richard Dawkins

See more at RichardDawkins.net Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss sat down for a public discussion at Stanford University on Sunday, March 9th 2008. The focus was on Science education, but the discussion also covered religion, physics, evolution and more. This video will be released on DVD soon at RichardDawkins.net , along with other unmoderated discussions with Richard Dawkins. Credits Filmed by Josh Timonen and Wayne Marsala Edited by Josh Timonen
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Lawrence Krauss Discussion (4/12) – Richard Dawkins

See more at RichardDawkins.net Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss sat down for a public discussion at Stanford University on Sunday, March 9th 2008. The focus was on Science education, but the discussion also covered religion, physics, evolution and more. This video will be released on DVD soon at RichardDawkins.net , along with other unmoderated discussions with Richard Dawkins. Credits Filmed by Josh Timonen and Wayne Marsala Edited by Josh Timonen

Lawrence Krauss Discussion (3/12) – Richard Dawkins

See more at richarddawkins.net Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss sat down for a public discussion at Stanford University on Sunday, March 9th 2008. The focus was on Science education, but the discussion also covered religion, physics, evolution and more. This video will be released on DVD soon at RichardDawkins.net , along with other unmoderated discussions with Richard Dawkins. Credits Filmed by Josh Timonen and Wayne Marsala Edited by Josh Timonen
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Lawrence Krauss Discussion (2/12) – Richard Dawkins

See more at RichardDawkins.net Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss sat down for a public discussion at Stanford University on Sunday, March 9th 2008. The focus was on Science education, but the discussion also covered religion, physics, evolution and more. This video will be released on DVD soon at RichardDawkins.net , along with other unmoderated discussions with Richard Dawkins. Credits Filmed by Josh Timonen and Wayne Marsala Edited by Josh Timonen
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss Part (8 of 12)

Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss sat down for a public discussion at Stanford University on Sunday, March 9th 2008. The focus was on Science education, but the discussion also covered religion, physics, evolution and more. This video will be released on DVD soon at RichardDawkins.net , along with other unmoderated discussions with Richard Dawkins
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Lawrence Krauss Discussion (6/12) – Richard Dawkins

See more at RichardDawkins.net Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss sat down for a public discussion at Stanford University on Sunday, March 9th 2008. The focus was on Science education, but the discussion also covered religion, physics, evolution and more. This video will be released on DVD soon at RichardDawkins.net , along with other unmoderated discussions with Richard Dawkins. Credits Filmed by Josh Timonen and Wayne Marsala Edited by Josh Timonen
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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