Scientists on Alert: Geomagnetic Storm To Hit Earth this Week Could be the Big One

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Article by Leo Zagami

This week’s solar activity report shows a geomagnetic storm watch is in effect between May 18-19. Two Earth-facing sunspots have been identified by NASA’s Solar Dynamic Observatory (SDO) satellite and could produce storms as early as Tuesday. 

NASA designated the sunspots as AR2822 and AR2823 and are Earth-facing. 

Space Weather’s Tony Phillips wrote:

“Minor G1-class geomagnetic storms are possible on May 18-19 when a pair of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) is expected to hit Earth’s magnetic field.

“The two CMEs left the sun on consecutive days: One from sunspot AR2822 on May 13th, the next from sunspot AR2823 on May 14th.

“Individually, the CMEs appear to be weak and insubstantial; however, they could add up to a geomagnetic storm when they arrive in quick succession this Tuesday.”

Sunspots are mostly harmless, but exactly one hundred years ago in May 1921, a giant sunspot erupted, ejecting masses of solar material towards the Earth. This solar storm produced auroras visible all the way to the equator, and a rash of fires. A telegraph exchange in Sweden was the first to burst into flames, followed by a control tower near New York’s Grand Central Station. Long stretches of telegraph wire were acting as aerials; the resulting induced currents that were strong enough to blow fuses and cause overheating, sometimes resulting in fires.

Telegraph services were disrupted in the US, the UK, and across much of the rest of the world, including Australia. Railway signaling was also affected, and in Scandinavia and Canada, some telephone lines were put out of action.

Scientists had difficulty assessing the magnetic strength of the New York Railroad Superstorm because it went off the scale of their instruments. It was certainly comparable to the Carrington Event of 1859, often considered the biggest known solar storm.

The next once-in-a-century Carrington-scale storm today would cause far more harm because society now depends so heavily on electrical power grids, communications satellites and GPS.

In a recent preprint paper, two Harvard University scientists estimate the potential economic damage from such an event will increase in the future and could equal the current U.S. GDP—about $20 trillion—150 years from now.

So we can expect power blackouts, satellite navigation failures, and other issues with these geomagnetic storms but sooner or later an event like this would bring our technological society to a sudden stop.

Speaking to his followers on YouTube last year, pastor Begley said the sun has woken up and waves of energy are bursting throughout the solar system.

In a video titled Breaking ‘Apocalyptic Signs Hits Sun & Moon’ the firebrand preacher said: “As God is releasing asteroids and meteorites, and clouds of debris, that are headed in our solar system – coming right at us actually – we’re going to continue watching closely.

“It does match some of the – literally – scripture in the Bible, especially in the Book of Revelation where it says first the Sun reacts.”

In Revelation 16, the Bible reads: “The fourth angel poured his bowl on the Sun and the Sun was given power to scorch people with fire.


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