view sun via non nasa source: http://www.plaxo2012.com/
^From n3kl.orgsomehow canadian earthquakes not on world map of our dear ol USGS so here's canada: http://earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca/index-eng.phpand remember many quakes on USGS site may be inaccurate data in that they may have been downgraded to lessen fears of public...:
|Solar X-rays: Geomagnetic Field:
"this photo from a relative from my home island Rarotonga, Cook Islands taken in the late morning. I can see PX at the 11 oclock position.":
^^^^^^^Planet X during Eclipse^^^11July 2010^^^
Is the dark orb PX? Photo by B. Watts on June 1, 2010
The dark orb is clearly not a lens flare as it is not emitting light. It is a shadow. We have often described the difficulty in getting a snapshot of Planet X, because, in our words, it appears as a dim fuzzball, not a lighted mass but rather a dark fuzzy patch. This photo shows such a dim fuzzball, throwing sunlight back to the Sun. The dust cloud is not allowing sunlight through. Nice catch! "Despite the halo, this is a capture of Planet X. The Sun and Moon have halos these days because of the grease in the atmosphere from Planet X. (via a homemade balloon into space (Pacific 2) with some cameras attached and programmed to take pictures every few minutes)"
Faultlines of EARTH
1. As the South Pole, gripped by the passing North Pole of the 12th Planet, moves north, the crust is torn from the core and freed in this way, allowing pre-existing stress points to relax. Thus, Europe and Africa move further east, allowing the Atlantic to rip apart during the slide northward.
2. The immediate effect of the massive plate housing Europe, Russia and the Near East to move is felt most strongly in India, as the Himalayas are driven over India at this point, effectively submerging this country in a wink.
3. The effect of the Indo-Australian plate taking a dive under the Himalayas is to relieve tension along the African Rift, such that this tears, promptly, but in shuddering steps with halting adjustments and pauses between shudders. In essence, the movement eastward of the African continent is a momentum creating this tear.
4. During the tearing of the Atlantic Ocean floor, and the dragging north or the North American continent, an already existing tear in the St. Lawence Seaway tears further, essentially the weak link in this landmass held at so many points to the further side of the Atlantic Ocean. Canada moves north, while the rest of the Americas cling to the Atlantic Rift while it separates.
5. The movement of the massive plate housing Europe, Russia, and Asia to the east also is expected to rip this plate along the Himalayas, as we have stated, creating an inland bay into the Russian lands just to what is now the north of the Himalayas. This follows, in jerks and tears, over the hour of the shift, along with the tearing of the African Rift.
6. When the ocean off the bulge of Brazil has reached the position of the current North Pole, crust slippage stops, creating yet another drama. The major northern hemisphere plates stop, and whatever follows crashes into them. In the case of the Americas, this causes Central America and the Caribbean to crumble.
7. In the case of Africa, already sliding eastward, the force is further movement eastward, as subduction of the Indo-Australian plate has already begun, the weaker link already established and momentum in process.
8. The pileup is in what was the former Northern Hemisphere, and the compression of the Pacific is creating resistance as plates are subducted under the Americas, and then Japan explodes and Indonesia crumbles.
9. This frees the plates south of the tips of South America and Africa of stress. As the Pacific adjusts, reluctantly, pressure toward Antarctica, the one place on the globe not experiencing plate pressure, allows new land to pop up between the tips of South America and Africa."
For the past 30 years, I've been residing at the outer banks of NC, east coast USA & now commencing relocation to the appalachian mountains
one of my most favorite places: Cape Hatteras, North Carolina area as photographed from the Apollo 9 spacecraft during its earth-orbital mission. The photograph was taken during the spacecraft's 136th revolution of the earth. Cape Lookout is near bottom of picture. Cape Hatteras juts the farthest out into the Atlantic. Largest inland body of water is Pamlico Sound; and to the north of it is Albemarle Sound. Date Taken: 1969-03-12 http://www.nasaimages.org/luna/servlet/detail/nasaNAS~7~7~30836~134699:Cape-Hatteras,-North-Carolina-area-