Electric-Magnetic Inductions

The magnetic upwelling in the New Siberian Islands that is attracting magnetic north influences geophysical activity.  Magnetic north is presently in the range of 147 West longitude in far northern ranges of the Arctic Circle, as it hikes to the New Siberia Islands. We do not yet have precise coordinates for new magnetic north, and must guesstimate until better observations are available. This is a preliminary observation of the planetary holon as it relates to the solar and galactic holon.

Spaceweather.com reported a magnetic storm on February 14, 2013. A 6.6 magnitude quake and a meteor impact, both in high northern latitudes of Russia, followed within hours of each other. The 6.6M was close to the line drawn between new magnetic north and Honshu, Japan with a 9.0M megaquake on March 11, 2011.  The larger quake followed a 5.1M quake in North Korea two days after analysts believe a nuclear test was detonated. Nuclears wreak havoc on magnetic fields.


Magnetic Storm: "Valentine's Day in Scandinavia began with a magnetic storm. Rob Stammes of the Polar Light Center in Lofoten, Norway, reports: "Our instruments recorded 2o swings in the local magnetic field, which induced strong electrical currents in the ground outside our lab." The needles on his chart recorder were swinging wildly...

The storm was caused by a region of south-pointing magnetism in the solar wind that wafted past Earth during the early hours of Feb. 14th. The solar wind's south-pointing magnetic field partially canceled Earth's north-pointing magnetic field, opening a crack in our planet's magnetosphere. Solar wind poured in to fuel the storm."


RUSSIAN METEOR INJURES HUNDREDS: This morning [February 15], a meteor exploded in the daytime skies above Chelyabinsk, Russia. According to CNN, hundreds of people were injured, mainly from the glass fragments of windows shattered by shock waves from the explosion. It is natural to wonder if this event has any connection to today's record-setting flyby of asteroid 2012 DA14. NASA has issued the following statement:

"The trajectory of the Russian meteorite was significantly different than the trajectory of the asteroid 2012 DA14, making it a completely unrelated object. Information is still being collected about the Russian meteorite and analysis is preliminary at this point. In videos of the meteor, it is seen to pass from left to right in front of the rising sun, which means it was traveling from north to south. Asteroid DA14's trajectory is in the opposite direction, from south to north."

Videos of the event may be found here and here. In many of the videos you can hear the sound of windows shattering as the meteor's loud shock wave reaches the ground. Onlookers cry out in Russian as alarms and sirens sound in the background. Stay tuned for updates!

ASTEROID FLYBY: At 2:25 p.m. EST (19:25 UTC) on Friday, Feb. 15th, asteroid 2012 DA14 will fly past Earth only 17,200 miles above our planet's surface. This will put it well inside the orbit of geosynchronous satellites, closer than any asteroid of the same size has come since regular sky surveys began in the 1990s. Researchers speculate that Earth's gravity might even cause seismic activity on the 50m-wide space rock. Click to view a computer simulation of the flyby, courtesy of NASA.