We should all hope we are coming out of this cloud, less cosmic rays will make the earth warmer and that is a very good thing. More outgassing of CO2 from the oceans means more and cheaper food.
The solar system is travelling through much stormier skies than we thought, and might even be about to pop out of the huge gas cloud we have been gliding through for at least 45,000 years. That’s the implication of a multi-decade survey of the interstellar wind buffeting the solar system, which has revealed an unexpected change in the wind’s direction.
The edge of the solar system is roughly defined by the heliosphere, a giant magnetic bubble blown by charged particles streaming from the sun. This bubble shields Earth from much of the interstellar wind, so a change in the wind’s direction will have little effect here on the ground.
But the change does tell us something surprising about our galactic surroundings. The cloud is so large and diffuse, it was previously assumed to be relatively calm, and that the wind would blow in the same direction for millions of years.
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“While there had been hints that something was changing in the environment of the sun, when we finally put all the historical data together it became clear that one can make a strong scientific statement that this change has actually occurred,” says Priscilla Frisch of the University of Chicago. What the change means is still up for debate. We could be nearing the cloud’s edge, or we could still be in the thick of it, pushing our way through an interstellar storm.
Read more here: Solar system caught in an interstellar tempest
Science paper: Decades-Long Changes of the Interstellar Wind Through Our Solar System
Astrophysicist Alexei Dmitriev says that both Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 satellites reveal that our sun, as well as our entire solar system, is now moving into an interstellar energy cloud.
Dmitriev explains that this cloud of energy is exciting the atmospheres of our planets and especially our sun.
This interstellar cloud of electrical energy is also absorbed by the Earth, and scientist have found that it results in more earth quakes, all while dramatically effecting our weather here on earth.
When Dr. Dmitriev was asked what are the implications of all this for earth he replied,
“Global catastrophe! Not in tens of years from now, but in ones of years”,
…in that this global catastrophe is basically right around the corner.
Interstellar Gas Cloud http://tinyurl.com/7cc23sq
Galactic Superwaves and Core Explosions – Dr. Paul LaViolette http://starburstfound.org/galactic-superwaves/
IBEX – New Observations of Interstellar Matter – Briefing Materials
Spacecraft probes gas cloud swaddling the solar system
Interstellar Space Beyond Our Solar System Stranger Than Expected