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June 21, 2006

Massive New Zealand Storm Hits United States, Central America As Supernova Fears Grow

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Russian Subscribers

Russian Atmospheric Scientists have become increasing alarmed at the growing number, and strangeness, of the Cosmic Blasts that are continuing to assault our Earth and that is creating storms of almost unprecedented magnitude.

The latest of these massive storms hit the Pacific Island nation of New Zealand wrecking horrible damage upon those people, and as we can read as reported by the Deutsche Presse-Agentur News Service in their article titled "Storms black out New Zealand's biggest city", and which says:

“New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark ordered an investigation on "Monday after much of Auckland, the country's biggest city, was blacked out for nearly eight hours by a winter storm that brought down a critical power line. About 700,000 people were said to have been directly affected by the failure which closed shops and businesses in the city centre, made hospitals cancel all except emergency services and caused a traffic gridlock as 300 sets of traffic lights were knocked out.

Power was also cut to about 19,000 customers in the South Island's Canterbury province, which was hit by the heaviest early-June snowstorms in 50 years.

Authorities warned power would not be restored to some rural areas, where farmers strived to rescue their animals from up to one metre of snow, for four days. Snow collapsed verandahs over shops in the main street of Geraldine, 130 kilometres south of Christchurch. Geraldine and the city of Timaru, 35 kilometres further, were at a standstill, with schools and businesses closed and residents told to stay indoors, Radio New Zealand reported

Roofs were blown from houses and windows smashed in the capital Wellington which was strafed by winds gusting to 130 kilometres an hour while the main international airport in the South Island at Christchurch was closed by snow."

So powerful is this massive storm that it is now affected the Americas, and which are nearly a half a world away, and as we can see evidenced by these reports:

As reported by the United States Press-Telegram News Service in their article titled "Eight-foot waves hit Southland beaches", and which says, "A giant winter storm in New Zealand last week is credited with the big summer surf hitting Southern California's south-facing beaches this week.

On Monday, the National Weather Service issued a surf advisory as swells up to 8 feet pounded area beaches, with more big breakers expected through Wednesday. “It's like dropping a rock in a lake and watching the ripples extend out,” said AccuWeather meteorologist Ken Clark.

In this case, the rock was a giant South Pacific storm that spawned 60-foot waves at its center and blanketed temperate New Zealand with snow, rain and powerful winds last week."

As reported by the Associated Press News Service in their article titled "15-foot waves destroy homes in Nicaragua", and which says, "Big waves generated by a storm 2,000 miles away battered Central America's Pacific Coast on Tuesday, wrecking at least 20 houses in Nicaragua and a small hotel in Guatemala, civil defense officials said. There were no reports of fatalities.

Authorities ordered 200 people evacuated in Nicaragua as reports of high tides came in from Mexico and several Central American countries. Officials said the event was not a tsunami.

Huge Cobb, a meteorologist at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, said the waves were caused by a powerful South Pacific storm that was sending swells up to 12-feet high across the ocean, hitting beaches from Ecuador's Galapagos Islands to the Mexican resort of Acapulco. Beaches were closed as far south as northern Chile, but no damage was reported."

One of the latest of these Massive Cosmic Blasts to hit our Earth, and as reported by the United States Swift Satellite researchers, and named GRB ID GRB 060614A, has generated much concern, and as we can read as reported by these researchers:

“This 102-second-long burst started off with a 6 second peak, then had several fainter peaks of emission as it faded away. It had a bright X-ray afterglow, and an optical afterglow was detected by Swift as well. The Konus-Wind satellite also detected the burst, with observations of gamma rays lasting for about 110 seconds, in close agreement with the observations by Swift.

As time goes on, this is proving to be an unusual burst-- even for a GRB! It was seen to brighten in the near-infrared wavelengths after the burst, and even after nearly a day, the afterglow was dimming only very slowly. There are some indications that the underlying supernova explosion of the star may be dominating the light we see now. In general, a GRB flashes and goes away, but a supernova goes on for weeks. In this case, as has been seen only a few times before, it looks like the supernova event may be coming to the fore. More observations may clear this up.

And it gets weirder! Spectra taken with the Very Large Telescope in Chile showed that the spectrum of the GRB had no emission or absorption lines. These are features in the spectrum that are due to either gas and dust between us and the GRB, or hot gas inside the host galaxy, respectively. Not seeing either kind of feature is fairly unusual, and probably means the host galaxy is faint compared to the burst itself.”

A possible source for these blasts has also been reported by American scientists, and as we can read as reported the New Scientist News Service in their article titled "Enigmatic object baffles supernova team", and which says:

"An astronomical enigma has been spotted by a team hunting for very distant supernovas for their studies of the early universe. At first glance, the object discovered on 22 February in the constellation Bootes resembled an ordinary supernova. But it kept growing brighter for much too long, and its spectrum was abnormal.

The mysterious object was spotted by the Hubble Space Telescope's Advanced Camera for Surveys and took at least 100 days to reach peak brightness, says Kyle Dawson of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California, US, a member of the Supernova Cosmology Project. Normal supernovas reach peak brightness about 20 days after the blast.

Hubble saw nothing on 29 January at the point in the sky where the object appeared, so it must have brightened by more than a factor of 200. It has just begun to fade.The object's spectrum is also unusual. The researchers could find no matches when they compared it with objects in the wide-ranging Sloan Digital Sky Survey. And its colour has not changed since it was first observed. Normally, temperature changes after an explosion cause colour changes.

How far away the object is, as determined by its redshift, is uncertain. If the strongest feature in the spectrum is a pair of calcium absorption lines, its red shift would be 0.54, corresponding to a distance of 5.5 billion light years. But the object is at least one magnitude brighter than a Type 1A supernova would be at that distance, Dawson told New Scientist. And there is no sign of a host galaxy, which should be visible.

Astronomers can only speculate on what the object is."

The significance to our Earth of this mysterious object being a Type 1A Supernova, and depending upon its distance from our World, and to which we do not know, we can read:

"Type 1a supernovae, though, are thought to be potentially the most dangerous if they occur close enough to the Earth. Because Type 1a supernovae arise from dim, common white dwarf stars, it is likely that a supernova that could affect the Earth will occur unpredictably and take place in a star system that is not well studied. One theory suggests that a Type 1a supernova would have to be closer than 1000 parsecs (3300 light years) to affect the Earth."

Research done in the 1960’s by Russian Scientists Genady Sergeyev and Leonid L. Vasiliev, however, offer a more esoteric view on these matters as in their reports was cited evidence that these Cosmic Blasts had ‘embedded’ within them ‘viral information strings’ theoretically able to be interpreted by the human brain, but only in the ranges of 1-12 cycles per second, and which correspond to the brains most relaxed and sleeping modes.  (alpha (8 to 12 cps), theta (5 to 7 cps), and delta (1 to 4 cps)

This research, however, did not offer any conclusions, or theories, as to what the messages these ‘viral information strings’ held, nor whom, or what, would be sending them to our Earths human beings.

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