Monday, August 5, 2013

Geomagnetic Storms Equals Massive Animal Deaths Worldwide?

My constant drum-beat is that geomagnetic storms always produce massive animal deaths.
Solar winds seem to produce geomagnetic storms, which negatively affects the increased
magnetite in many animals. Thus, if we are seeing increased geomagnetic activity, we should
see increased animal die-offs.

What are we seeing in the heavens?

What's up in space (for Monday August 5, 2013)

GEOMAGNETIC UNREST: A solar wind stream is buffeting Earth's magnetic field,
causing minor geomagnetic storms around the poles. High-latitude sky watchers should
be alert for auroras.
"I am happy to announce the opening of Aurora Season in Iceland!" says photographer
Iurie Belegurschi who snapped this picture on August 5th:

For the first time in months, Northern Lights are penetrating the twilight glow around
the Arctic Circle. It's a sign that summer is tilting toward autumn. Says Belegurschi, "
everyone is welcome!"
More green could appear among the blue on August 5-6. NOAA forecasters estimate a
50% chance of polar geomagnetic storms as the solar wind continues to blow.
Why do geomagnetic storms affect animals on the earth?
Due to an increased level of magnetite, animals can use the earth’s magnetic fields to navigate.
A Sense Of Magnetism
Model Systems in Neuroethology
Magnetic information in animal orientation
If there are increased geomagnetic storms, how does that affect animals on the earth?
Mass Fish Kill Rotterdam
Dead Fish in Korea

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