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https://plus.google.com/114384176863167817061 Pankaj Kumar :

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https://plus.google.com/112494648923868067693 Gatherer314 : #geomagneticreversal #solar #volcanoes #earthquakes #climate Polarity Reversals in the Earth's Magnetic...
#geomagneticreversal #solar #volcanoes #earthquakes #climate

Polarity Reversals in the Earth's Magnetic Field
"...Studies of geomagnetic polarity reversals have generated huge debates in the paleomagnetic and wider solid Earth geophysics communities over the last 25 years. Some of these debates were among the most interesting ones in Earth Science over this period. Nevertheless, the topic has received less attention in recent years because of widespread difficulties and controversies concerning data reliability ... Reversals are one of the most enigmatic characteristic of the earth’s magnetic field and as so they generate many questions. How often do reversals occur and how long do they last? What is the field morphology when it reverses? Does the field weaken or collapse and then recovers with the opposite polarity? What are possible consequences of reversals for the biosphere? When should the next reversal happen? Reversals are relatively rare events if we compare their duration with the length of the polarity intervals. The unique observational evidence for the behavior of the field during a polarity reversal comes from records of the paleomagnetic field. For almost fifty years paleomagnetists attempted to gather information by studying sequences of lava flows and sediments which acquired their magnetization during their formation, and stored this signal over geological times. However reversals occur over a few thousand years at most and it is a real challenge to acquire detailed information over this short transitional period between the two polarities. In fact, there is no perfect magnetic recorder, most sediments are characterized by low temporal resolution and volcanism is sporadic in nature with lava flows irregularly distributed in time. Therefore, the results can be biased by artifacts that are not always fully understood so that many observations remain controversial. It was thus necessary to decipher the paleomagnetic records that have been gathered around the world by reviewing critically the dominant geomagnetic features..."
~ https://eos.org/editors-vox/polarity-reversals-in-the-earths-magnetic-field
Deciphering Records of Geomagnetic Reversals
Abstract:
Polarity reversals of the geomagnetic field are a major feature of the Earth's dynamo. Questions remain regarding the dynamical processes that give rise to reversals and the properties of the geomagnetic field during a polarity transition. A large number of paleomagnetic reversal records have been acquired during the past 50 years in order to better constrain the structure and geometry of the transitional field. In addition, over the past two decades, numerical dynamo simulations have also provided insights into the reversal mechanism. Yet, despite the large paleomagnetic database, controversial interpretations of records of the transitional field persist; they result from two characteristics inherent to all reversals, both of which are detrimental to an ambiguous analysis. On the one hand, the reversal process is rapid, and requires adequate temporal resolution. On the other hand, weak field intensities during a reversal can affect the fidelity of magnetic recording in sedimentary records. This paper is aimed at reviewing critically the main reversal features derived from paleomagnetic records and at analyzing some of these features in light of numerical simulations. We discuss in detail the fidelity of the signal extracted from paleomagnetic records and pay special attention to their resolution with respect to the timing and mechanisms involved in the magnetization process. Records from marine sediments dominate the database. They give rise to transitional field models that often lead to over-interpret the data. Consequently, we attempt to separate robust results (and their subsequent interpretations) from those that do not stand on a strong observational footing. Finally, we discuss new avenues that should favor progress to better characterize and understand transitional field behavior.
~ http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2015RG000506/full

[Another sc25 prediction to add to the list]
Surface Flux Transport and the Evolution of the Sun’s Polar Fields
Abstract:
The evolution of the polar fields occupies a central place in flux transport (Babcock–Leighton) models of the solar cycle. We discuss the relationship between surface flux transport and polar field evolution, focusing on two main issues: the latitudinal profile of the meridional flow and the axial tilts of active regions. Recent helioseismic observations indicate that the poleward flow speed peaks at much lower latitudes than inferred from magnetic feature tracking, which includes the effect of supergranular diffusion and thus does not represent the actual bulk flow. Employing idealized simulations, we demonstrate that flow profiles that peak at mid latitudes give rise to overly strong and concentrated polar fields. We discuss the differences between magnetic and white-light measurements of tilt angles, noting the large uncertainties inherent in the sunspot group measurements and their tendency to underestimate the actual tilts. We find no clear evidence for systematic cycle-to-cycle variations in Joy’s law during cycles 21–23. Finally, based on the observed evolution of the Sun’s axial dipole component and polar fields up to the end of 2015, we predict that cycle 25 will be similar in amplitude to cycle 24.
~ http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11214-016-0257-0

On the nature of magnetic cycles at different ages of stars
Abstract:
Aims: We study the different patterns of interannual magnetic variability in stars on or near the lower main sequence, approximately solar-type (G-K dwarf) stars in time series of 36 years from the Mount Wilson Observatory Ca ii H&K survey. Our main aim is to search for correlations between cycles, activity measures and ages.
Methods: Time-frequency analysis has been used to discern and reveal patterns and morphology of stellar activity cycles, including multiple and changing cycles, in the datasets. Both the results from short-term Fourier transform and its refinement using the Choi- Williams distribution, with better frequency resolution, are presented in this study. Rotational periods of the stars were derived using multi-frequency Fourier analysis.
Results: From the studied 29 stars we found at least one activity cycle on 28 of them. Twelve stars, with longer rotational periods (39.7 ± 6.0 days) have simple, smooth cycles, and the rest of the stars, with on-average much faster rotation (18.1 ± 12.2 days) show complex and sometimes vigorously changing, multiple cycles. The cycles are longer and quite uniform in the first group (9.7 ± 1.9 years), while are generally shorter and with greater variety in the second one (7.6 ± 4.9). There is a clear age division between stars with smooth and complex cycles that follows the known separation between the older and younger stars at around 2 to 3 Gyr of age.
[full paper] ~ http://arxiv.org/pdf/1604.06701.pdf

Comparing the influence of sunspot activity and geomagnetic activity on winter surface climate
Highlights:
• The effect of geomagnetic activity and sunspot activity on surface climate during northern winter is compared.
• Previous studies using the multiple linear regression method have only used sunspots as a solar activity predictor.
• We find that geomagnetic activity is a better predictor than sunspot activity in capturing variability of regional surface climate features around mid to polar latitude of northern hemisphere.
• The combined influence of geomagnetic activity and Quasi Biannual Oscillation (QBO) produces a particularly strong response, much stronger than the combined influence of sunspots and QBO, which was mostly used in previous studies so far.
Abstract:
We compare here the effect of geomagnetic activity (using the aa index) and sunspot activity on surface climate using sea level pressure dataset from Hadley centre during northern winter. Previous studies using the multiple linear regression method have been limited to using sunspots as a solar activity predictor. Sunspots and total solar irradiance indicate a robust positive influence around the Aleutian Low. This is valid up to a lag of one year. However, geomagnetic activity yields a positive NAM pattern at high to polar latitudes and a positive signal around Azores High pressure region. Interestingly, while there is a positive signal around Azores High for a 2-year lag in sunspots, the strongest signal in this region is found for aa index at 1-year lag. There is also a weak but significant negative signature present around central Pacific for both sunspots and aa index. The combined influence of geomagnetic activity and Quasi Biannual Oscillation (QBO 30 hPa) produces a particularly strong response at mid to polar latitudes, much stronger than the combined influence of sunspots and QBO, which was mostly studied in previous studies so far. This signal is robust and insensitive to the selected time period during the last century. Our results provide a useful way for improving the prediction of winter weather at middle to high latitudes of the northern hemisphere.
~ http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1364682616301092

Studies Suggest Volcanic Activity Had Profound Long-Term Impact On Past Climate …CO2 Is No Explanation
"Long-term (decadal and even centennial-scale) volcanic influence on climate has recently gained more and more attention in the scientific literature. Previously thought to influence surface temperatures for only a few years at a time, there is now a growing body of evidence suggesting volcanic aerosols may significantly affect both short and long-term climate changes by blocking solar radiation from heating the oceans’ surface waters..."
~ http://notrickszone.com/2016/04/28/studies-suggest-volcanic-activity-had-profound-long-term-impact-on-past-climate-co2-is-no-explanation/

Atlantic Ocean showing signs of a significant long-term shift in temperatures from warm-to-cold
"Overview: In addition to solar cycles, temperature cycles in the planet’s oceans play critical roles in our ever changing climate and also on the extent of global sea ice. Oceanic temperature cycles are often quite long-lasting and a warm or cold phase can persist for two or three decades at a time. In general, the Atlantic Ocean experienced a cold phase from the early 1960’s to the mid 1990’s at which time it flipped to a warm phase and that has continued for the most part ever since. The current warm phase; however, is now showing signs of a possible long-term shift back to colder-than-normal sea surface temperatures (SST) and this could have serious implications on US climate and sea ice areal extent in the Northern Hemisphere..."
~ http://www.vencoreweather.com/blog/2016/4/28/215-pm-atlantic-ocean-showing-signs-of-a-significant-long-term-shift-in-temperatures-from-warm-to-cold

The Results are In: Who Reads Science Blogs?
"...Science blog readers tend to be highly educated and knowledgeable about science. Of those with at least a 2-year degree, 73% of them indicated having a degree in a science-related field. However, at least 23% of the readers we surveyed indicated not pursuing a career in science, with the rest currently pursuing, having already pursued, or maybe pursuing a career in science. Previous research has demonstrated a link between using online sources of science information, especially multiple sources, and greater scientific knowledge. Some of this may be attributed to the fact that individuals with higher levels of education tend to seek out information online. But we found via this survey that the number of science blogs a reader follows on a regular basis positively predicts performance on a general science knowledge quiz, even when taking into account other known predictors of science knowledge including age, gender, level of formal education and online science information use. This finding is a promising indicator that science blogs may be promoting greater scientific knowledge or science literacy - at least for some readers..."
~ https://experiment.com/u/eO4zuQ

[As I mentioned last week]
Icegate: Now NSIDC caught tampering with climate records
~ http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/04/28/icegate-now-nsidc-caught-tampering-with-climate-records/

How earthquakes might trigger faraway volcanoes
"On 14 April, a magnitude-6.2 earthquake struck the Japanese island of Kyushu. Two days later, Japanese officials reported towering plumes of smoke at Mount Aso, a volcano 42 kilometers away from the quake’s epicenter. A small eruption was occurring. Could the distant earthquake have triggered it? Mount Aso has had far bigger eruptions over the past few years, well before the earthquake occurred, so it was probably just a coincidence. But a new study concludes that the idea of so-called far-field triggering is not so far-fetched. Big earthquakes can slosh around the bubbly magma underneath volcanoes hundreds of kilometers away, researchers have found, releasing gases that can increase magma pressure and even lead to an eruption..."
~ http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/04/how-earthquakes-might-trigger-faraway-volcanoes

How earthquakes might trigger faraway volcanoes | Science | AAAS
Study links eruptions to sloshing bubbly magma
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https://plus.google.com/113571918592668631923 Jürgen Kress : WebLogic 12.2.1 Multi-Tenant by Raul Castillo
WebLogic 12.2.1 Multi-Tenant by Raul Castillo
WebLogic 12.2.1 Multi-Tenant by Raul Castillo
As a weblogic administrator the interaction among the application server and the database is often strong. In fact, according to Confio Software (2013) approximately 70% of applications’ per…
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https://plus.google.com/101663186676440780275 Bethley Cooper : And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may ...
And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.
Romans 12:2 KJV
http://bible.com/1/rom.12.2.KJV
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https://plus.google.com/113928523183149148164 Antti Luode : Cliche Of Me The project is made with FLstudio 12.2 : (64 bit version works well with agml2) http://...
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https://plus.google.com/101156495853027531021 CHARLOTTE R Nelson : Oh my God the Incredible Hulk is on me TV right now WWBT 12.2, The Incredible Hulk from the seventies...
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https://plus.google.com/107050368250233408449 AMAN K.C : My new Fox OC's Name: Kitchi Name origin: Kitchi means Brave Age: 14 Gender: Male Personality: ...
My new Fox OC's

Name: Kitchi

Name origin: Kitchi means Brave

Age: 14

Gender: Male

Personality: Brave, Aggressive, Hard to get type, and the rest soon to come

Appearance: A red fox with black paws, muzzle, and stripe on the back of his head, and a white tail tip

Eye color: Black with a tinge of brown

Claw length: .4 Centimeters

Weight: 57.3 lbs.

Species: idk rlly

Bf/Gf: None yet

Crush: None yet

Sexuality: Straight

Favorite lesson: Well Wrestling ig

One talent: Fighting

Likes: Friends, Fighting, History

Dislikes: Math, Bullying his friends, School period.

Siblings: None

Friends: My other OCs and that's bout it

Enemies: None yet

Mom: Unknown

Dad: Unknown

Skills ((Out of 10))
Art: 3
Music: 4
Coding/Programming: 1
Gym: 8
Sports: 9
Math: 3
Science: 5
History: 8
Language arts: 4
Cooking: 3
Religion: 7

Bio: He was born an automatic jock he always hung out with his friends. As he grew up He was finally ready for school. He was built with a lot of bulk so at first the other foxes were scared of him. They overcame it when they found out he was nice unless you messed with him. He struggled through school but made it through it for about a year or two so far.



Number 2 Yay!!!!!
Name: Vivica

Name origin: Idk

Age: 13

Gender: Female

Personality: Jumpy, Skittish, Shy

Appearance: A red she-fox with black paws, tail tip, face, and underbelly

Eye color: Black

Claw length: .1 centimeters

Weight: 46.2 lbs.

Species: Well some sort of fox, anymore than that? Idk

Bf/Gf: None yet

Crush: None yet

Sexuality: Straight

Favorite lesson: Math

One talent: Cooking

Likes: Fish, Friends, Nice foxes

Dislikes: Not much

Siblings: None

Friends: My OCs

Enemies: None yet

Mom: Unknown

Dad: Unknown

((Skills out of 10))

Art: 5
Music: 4
Coding/Programming: 2
Gym: 5
Sports: 3
Math: 7
Science: 6
History: 5
Language Arts: 5
Cooking: 9
Religion: 7

Bio: She was born in a different state but moved when she was 11, she made many friends and started school when she was 12, She didn't get the hang of things until she was 13 however. Rest is undiscovered.

Number 3 Yip-Yip Hooray!

Name: Luna

Name origin: Idk

Age: 12

Gender: Female

Personality: Sweet, Caring, Sassy

Appearance: A light sandy colored She-fox with a tinge of white around her face and underbelly, and big orange ears

Eye color: Brown

Claw length: .2 Centimeters

Weight: 12.2 lbs.

Species: Fennec Fox

Bf/Gf: None yet

Crush: None yet

Sexuality: Straight

Favorite lesson: Art

One talent: Art

Likes: Art, Cubs, Candy, Cooking

Dislikes: Bullying, Language Arts, History

Siblings: None

Friends: My OC's

Enemies: None yet

Mom: Unknown

Dad: Unknown

((Skills out of 10))

Art: 9
Music: 6
Coding/Programming: 2
Gym: 7
Sports: 6
Math: 9
Science: 7
History: 3
Language Arts: 3
Cooking: 8
Religion: 6

Bio: She was born a little rare and small fox which she got made fun of for. She didn't like it one bit, but she befriended a few other foxes and had a good life starting at the age of 9 She started school at 12 like most other foxes would and then planned on mastering everything she came across


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https://plus.google.com/116969782949906344836 freedreamer1 : Psalm - Chapter 27 Communion with God 1 A Psalm of David. The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom...
Psalm - Chapter 27

Communion with God

1 A Psalm of David. The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is my life; before whom I should gray! (Psalm 56.5) (Isaiah 12.2) 2 So the wicked, even mine enemies and my foes, came upon me to eat up my flesh, they stumbled and fell. (Job 19:22) 3 Though a host should encamp against me, my heart shall not fear; Though war should rise against me, so I rely on him. (Psalm 3.7)
   I ask one 4 the LORD, that I would like to: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all my life to look, to look at the beauty of the LORD and his Temple. (Psalm 23.6) (Psalm 26.6-8) (Psalm 42.5) (Psalm 63.3) (Psalm 84.4-5) 5 For he shall hide me in his pavilion: the time of trouble, he hides me secretly in his tent and set me up upon a rock, (Psalm 31.21) (Psalm 40.3) 6 and will now raise my head above my enemies round about me; therefore will I sacrifice praise in his hut, I will sing and lobsagen the LORD.
   7 Lord, hear my voice when I call; be merciful to me and answer me! 8 My heart said to you before your word, "Seek ye my face." Will I seek, LORD thy countenance. (5. Moses 4:29) 9 Hide thy face from me and not away in anger thy servant; thou hast been my help. Do not leave me, and do not by my hand off, God of my salvation! 10 When my father and my mother forsake me, but the Lord takes me. (Isaiah 49.15)
   11 O Lord, Teach me thy way, and lead me in a plain path, because of my enemies. (Psalm 25.4) (Psalm 86.11) (Psalm 139.24) 12 Do not give me the will of mine enemies; for false witnesses against me, and such as breathe out cruelty. 13 But I do believe that I shall see the goodness of the LORD in the land of the living. (Psalm 142.6) (Isaiah 38.11) 14 Wait on the LORD! Be strong and courageous, and wait for the LORD! (Psalm 31.25)
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