Ben Davidson: The Variable Sun and Its Effects on Earth – EU2014

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The message has been loud and clear for many years—a community of scientists insisting that human activity is warming our planet, taking humanity to the edge of a precipice. But now, as science begins to understand earth's place in the electric solar system, the meaning of the present warming plateau becomes clearer. The Earth-Sun connection, together with the Sun's galactic environment, can help to explain climate extremes of every kind. Today, new voices and new perspectives are bridging the theoretical gaps, and independent investigations have reached some startling conclusions. No one can know the future, but some of the electrical changes in our solar system could point to catastrophic change on the horizon.

Ben Davidson is the researcher behind the Suspicious0bserver channel on YouTube, a channel that has rocketed in only 2 years to over 28 million views with 2 million added a month. Ben was classically trained in law and legal research, before taking up independent research in diverse sciences. His online presence has been a constant source of data dissemination, inspiring public interest in a variety of scientific fields, including the 'electric universe' theories. Ben focuses on the daily solar environment and the electromagnetic interactions between the sun, earth, and the galaxy. It was this interdisciplinary "due diligence" that led him to the surprising conclusions he will present at the conference. youtube.com/user/suspicious0bservers; suspicious0bservers.org

Video courtesy of Thunderbolts Project

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5 Comments

  1. The hemispheres of the sun are not in agreement. Here on Earth that is also true. Whatever led to the disharmony of the solar hemispheres may have led to Earth's disharmony also. Is the fact that the inner core spins at a different rate than the outer core a result? Or an effect of the solar disharmony?
    I suspect the reason for the solar disharmony is the fact that our sun is a magnetar that originally was a monopole, with the onset of small blip of two polarity that increased incrementally over time in portion to the loss of mono polarity, arriving at our current time when we see just the opposite; our two pole star only briefly displaying a monopole as it changes magnetic polarity. Is this the way a magnetar loses energy?
    This would explain our inexplicable physical history and what we call evolution.

  2. I have to agree with Martin, you didn't take any of the presentation in. Carbon Dioxide has become the new religion. And 'do' is one of those acolytes of CO2. Burning a log in your living room has absolutely NOTHING to do with the complexities of climate on an entire planet of 7 billion. Its just far too simplistic an illustration.

  3. The stupidity is in thinking that you can keep burning stuff for 200 years and then not have the entire planet affected.

    If you think otherwise, go burn a piece of log in the middle of your living room, and just sit there like that entire night.

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