by Sorcha Faal

a.k.a. David Booth

and as reported to her Russian Subscribers

July 10, 2005

from WhatDoesItMean Website


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Russian Scientists are reporting today that a 5.5 Magnitude Event Earthquake that occurred in the Northwestern Balkan Peninsula was caused by a strange, and previously unheard of, Cosmic Blast discharged from our Earths atmosphere towards an as of yet undetermined ‘object’ in space.


This new phenomena had as its ‘trigger’ a similar Cosmic Blast from our sun that interacted with the Earths Electromagnetic Field from a Coronal Mass Ejection at 0300 UT this date.

Russian Scientists state that this unique event is sure to re-energize the International debate as to what is exactly at the core of our Earth, and as we can read as reported by the United Press International News Service in their article titled "Evidence boosts core nuke theory" and which says,

"New government laboratory test results are fueling a controversial contention that a giant natural nuclear reactor at the center of the Earth powers the planet's life-protecting magnetic field -- but it might be running out of gas," scientists told United Press International.

Geophysicist J. Marvin Herndon sees the findings, reported in the prestigious journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, as irrefutable support for his convention-defying view of Earth containing a gigantic natural nuclear power plant. His bold theory sets a 5-mile-wide broiling wad of uranium deep within Earth's bowels, churning out heat that ignites sleeping volcanoes and drifting continental plates and creating a shield that protects all life from the deadly ravages of the sun's radiation.

In contrast, the traditional view, favored by most geoscientists for the past 60 years, paints the inner core as a 300-times-larger ball of partially crystallized iron and nickel that gradually cools and expands as it oozes heat into a fluid core.


The computer simulations, conducted at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tenn., provide the strongest evidence yet that a core geo-reactor has been at work for some 4.5 billion years, the widely accepted age of Earth - and that an end to its lifetime might be approaching, Herndon contends.

"The Earth's nuclear furnace could die in as little as 100 years or as long as 1 billion years - the uncertainty is great," said Herndon, president of Transdyne Corp. of San Diego."

Russian Scientists further state that only this theory accounts fully for the enormous heat building up within our planet, and as Western Scientists have again warned about this past week, and as we can read as reported by the Associated Press News Service in their article titled "North Atlantic Ocean Temps Hit Record High" and which says:

"Ocean temperatures in the North Atlantic hit an all-time high last year, raising concerns about the effects of global warming on one of the most sensitive and productive ecosystems in the world.


Sea ice off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador was below normal for the tenth consecutive year and the water temperature outside St. John's Harbor was the highest on record in 2004, according to a report released Wednesday by the federal Fisheries Department."

British Scientists are sounding a further warning about the seemingly contradictory events of decreasing sunlight coupled with global warming, and as we can read as reported by the British Evening Standard News Service in their article titled "Earth is getting warmer and darker" and which says,

"Peter Cox, the Science Director for Climate Change at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology in Dorset, told BBC Focus that the 30-year-decline in sunlight may have been keeping global warming in check. But he warned that this effect will be lost as anti pollution measures start to cleanse Earth's skies.

"If global dimming and global warming have been canceling each other out then we should soon see an acceleration in the amount of global warming." he said."

The massive heating of the Earth is also fueling vast Global Weather changes where every day brings new and strange records being set due to high ocean temperatures and as exampled by the Associated Press News Service story titled "Four named storms in early July set record" and which says,

"Arlene, Bret, Cindy and now Dennis. Storm hunters don’t expect to be hunched over their radar screens and dispatching chase aircraft until Labor Day. But 2005 is no normal year.


Martin Nelson, the lead forecaster at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, says this is the first time the Atlantic hurricane season had four named storms this early since record-keeping began in 1851."

To the bizarre effects the heating of the Earth is causing Global Weather Systems has caused the United States National Hurricane Center to describe the Massive Hurricane named Dennis as, "DEEPENING AT A RATE THAT BORDERED ON INSANE DURING THE AFTERNOON" in their July 9th Bulletin.

But not surprising should these events be as the heating of the Earth has been known for many years, and as we can read as reported by the Associated Press News Service in their article titled "Oceans have warmed in last 40 years, study finds" and which says,

"Scientists have discovered a significant, even surprising, warming of the world's oceans over the last 40 years, providing new evidence that computer models may be on target when they predict Earth's warming.


The broad study of temperature data from the oceans, dating to the 1950s, shows that average temperatures have increased more than expected - about half a degree Fahrenheit closer to the surface, and one-tenth of a degree even at depths of up to 10,000 feet."

To the heating of the Earth there is no longer doubt, but to its causes there are many theories in the Western Nations, and all contradictory and as we can see as evidenced by the BBC News Service article titled "Global warming 'proof' detected" and which says,

"The Earth is absorbing more energy from the Sun than it is giving back into space, according to a new study by climate scientists in the US. They base their findings on computer models of climate, and on measurements of temperature in the oceans.


The group describes its results as "the smoking gun that we were looking for", removing any doubt that human activities are warming the planet."

To the absurdity of these Western Scientists contradicting statements of “30 years of sunlight decline keeping global warming in check” and “the Earth is absorbing more energy from the Sun than it is giving back” show the length of imagination they will go to ignoring the most obvious theory of the Earths sudden heating, and as we can read as reported by the San Francisco Chronicle News Service in their article titled "Scientific maverick's theory on Earth's core up for a test - Controversial view sees vast uranium field that serves as natural reactor" and which says:

"...Researchers are preparing to test the highly controversial theory of a San Diego scientist, J. Marvin Herndon, who thinks a huge, natural nuclear reactor or "georeactor" -- a vast deposit of uranium several miles wide - exists at Earth's core, thousands of miles beneath our feet. Herndon's theory is dubious, his harshest critics have charged for years.


But Herndon and a small number of defenders take the theory seriously: They believe it might help to explain otherwise puzzling phenomena of planetary science, such as fluctuations in the intensity of Earth's magnetic field.

"Herndon's idea about (a reactor) located at the center of the Earth, if validated, will open a new era in planetary physics," said four Russian scientists at Moscow's Institute for Nuclear Research and Kurchatov Institute in a Jan. 28 paper published online. It might sound bizarre, the very idea of a "natural" nuclear reactor - a geological version of commercial nuclear power plants such as Pacific Gas and Electric Co.'s Diablo Canyon plant near San Luis Obispo.


But if Herndon is right, then the reactor at Earth's core is just a much bigger and deeper version of an extinct natural nuclear reactor that scientists discovered in a uranium mine in Gabon, Africa, in 1972."

But to the effects upon our Earth from the Massive Blasts we have been receiving from space (and which we have previously mentioned such as in our December 26, 2004 report titled "Unknown Energy Surges Continue to Hit Planet Causing Massive Earthquakes in Southern Hemispheric Regions") perhaps no place has been as drastically affected as the Southern Hemispheric continent of Australia where the scouring of the Earth has reached such dramatic proportions they are calling these times their new ‘Dust Age’, and as we can read as reported by the ABC News Service in their article titled “The Dust Age” and which says:

"Well we’ve been through an Iron Age, a Stone Age, an Ice Age and now it seems we’re in the grip of a “Dust-Age”. One of the scientists involved with Dust Watch from Desert Knowledge CRC is Professor Grant McTainsh.


Professor McTainsh says it's basically when we experience high levels of dust activity, "The levels of dust erosion between 2002 and 2003 were as much as the last 40 years combined. So huge! Things were looking good for several years, then Wham!"

To such an extent have Western Scientists become confused by the rapid heating of the Earth and other Planets in our Solar System, and due to their theories not being able to explain these events to their peoples, we can see as reported by the Physics World News Service in their article titled "Universe in crisis as experts question Big Bang model" and which says:

"The widely accepted idea that the universe began with a Big Bang could be wrong, according to astrophysicists who took part in a "Crisis in cosmology" meeting in Portugal and reported in this month's Physics World magazine. According to the standard Big Bang theory, the universe began in a hot dense fireball about 13 billion years ago and has been expanding ever since. But despite plenty of evidence to support the theory, not everyone is convinced."

Eric Lerner of Lawrenceville Plasma Physics, who organized the Portuguese meeting, says that certain properties of the cosmic microwave background - the so-called "echo of the Big Bang" - do not match predictions from the theory. Others are unhappy that cosmologists have had to introduce weird concepts like dark matter and dark energy to explain the universe.


Mainstream scientists, however, have hit back, saying that we just need to tweak the Big Bang model and tie up "loose ends".

To the confused minds of these Western Scientists about all of these events, and with the Earth now sending out into space Cosmic Blasts of its own, Russian scientists suggest that instead of working to make new theories these Western Scientists should instead re-learn the legends of the Earths Older Peoples, and who spoke of a time when the Planets were ‘gods’ and threw Lightning Bolts at each other.

And as yet another massive and disastrous event is about occur in the Americas with Hurricane Dennis, it is especially worrisome that it is occurring at the same moment of time as massive pressures are continuing to build upon the North American Plate, and as we had previously reported on in our July 5th report titled "Massive Raising of Atlantic Ocean Bed Triggers Current Changes As North American Plate Pressures Build To ‘Unprecedented Levels’ Scientists Report" and wherein we had said:

“But perhaps most ominous of all of these events has been the American Scientists recent confirming Russian research that details the effects of weather upon fault zones like New Madrid, and as we can read as reported by the New Scientist News Service in their report titled "Earth trembles as big winds move in" and which says:

"HURRICANES can trigger swarms of weak earthquakes and even set the Earth vibrating, according to the first study of such effects. When Hurricane Charley slammed into Florida in August 2004, physicist Randall Peters of Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, had a seismometer ready to monitor any vibrations in the Earth's crust. He did so for over 36 hours as Charley travelled briefly over Florida, then slid back out into the Atlantic.

As the hurricane reached land, the seismometer recorded a series of "micro-tremors" from the Earth's crust. This happened again as the storm moved back out to sea. Then, as Charley grazed the continental shelf on its way out, it caused a sharp seismic spike.

"I suspect the storm triggered a subterranean landslide," says Peters.

More surprisingly, the storm also caused the Earth to vibrate. The planet's surface in the vicinity of the hurricane started moving up and down at several frequencies ranging from 0.9 to 3 millihertz. Such low-frequency vibrations have been detected following large earthquakes, but this is the first time a storm has been found to be the cause."

Today as more massive low pressure systems are being formed in both the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico Region, and as the Sun itself is ready to unleash more massive flares upon the earths already chaotic weather systems, Russian Scientists report that the greatest danger continues to lie within the very heart of the Americas itself.


To the peoples of the Americas however these warnings go unheeded, as if every tomorrow will be like their yesterdays.”