"(Reuters) - The strongest geomagnetic storm in more than six years was forecast to hit Earth’s magnetic field on Tuesday, and it could affect airline routes, power grids and satellites, the U.S. Space Weather Prediction Center said.
A coronal mass ejection - a big chunk of the Sun’s atmosphere - was hurled toward Earth on Sunday, driving energized solar particles at about 5 million miles an hour (2,000 km per second), about five times faster than solar particles normally travel, the center’s Terry Onsager said.
"When it hits us, it’s like a big battering ram that pushes into Earth’s magnetic field," Onsager said from Boulder, Colorado. "That energy causes Earth’s magnetic field to fluctuate."
48 hours after an Annular Solar Eclipse (25 Capricorn 20’), on January 15, 1991, the U.S. and its allies launched an Air-war over Iraq. The Sun had moved over the U.S. Pluto on January 17, the day the attack was launched…
…If the patterns of the last few years continue, America faces a long hard crisis in the Persian Gulf.
# 311….A 4-TERRA DEMONSTRATION:
Written on November 6, 1994, by Wayne Moody under the title of America’s Unified Field Relationship to Earth. Published in Mark Lerner’s Welcome To Planet Earth WTPE Journal.
"Jan. 4 (Bloomberg) — Asian and European energy producers are spending billions of dollars to amass stakes in oil and natural-gas discoveries from Ohio to British Columbia even as earthquakes and tainted water threaten to stall the biggest drilling boom in at least two decades.
Total SA, Europe’s third-largest oil company, and China Petrochemical Corp., that nation’s second-biggest crude producer, committed $7 billion to U.S. and Canadian shale rock formations during the past two weeks. The investments are aimed at tapping the expertise of smaller explorers including Devon Energy Corp. and Chesapeake Energy Corp. that pioneered techniques employed to crack previously impervious shale.”
"(Reuters) - A 4.0 magnitude earthquake in Ohio on New Year’s Eve did not occur naturally and may have been caused by high-pressure liquid injection related to oil and gas exploration and production, an expert hired by the state of Ohio said on Tuesday."