Cosmoclimatology: Svensmark Clouds and CMEs Effect on Atmospheric Water Content

Svensmark clouds seen off the coast of Baja California.

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I will try to find out more about this because I deeply feel this is the answer to just about everything. As we came out of this last deep solar minimum in December 2009, it became obvious after each CME or sunspot flare the atmosphere was reacting.



Close passages of coronal mass ejections from the sun are signaled at the Earth’s surface by Forbush decreases in cosmic ray counts. We find that low clouds contain less liquid water following Forbush decreases, and for the most influential events the liquid water in the oceanic atmosphere can diminish by as much as 7%. Cloud water content as gauged by the Special Sensor Microwave/Imager (SSM/I) reaches a minimum ≈7 days after the Forbush minimum in cosmic rays, and so does the fraction of low clouds seen by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) and in the International Satellite Cloud Climate Project (ISCCP). Parallel observations by the aerosol robotic network AERONET reveal falls in the relative abundance offine aerosol particles which, in normal circumstances, could have evolved into cloud condensation nuclei. Thus a link between the sun, cosmic rays, aerosols and liquid-water clouds appears to exist on a global scale.”


In the norse Mythology, Odin wears an armband of gold that drops 8 rings of equal weight on every 9th night. No one can come up with an explanation as to what this symbolizes, or exactly what its purpose was. As I believe all religions world-wide are personifications of astrophysical events, these effects on our atmosphere could be what Draupnir was.


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