The current energies are bouncing off of each other

We just got whapped by some solar energy over the last few days; scientifically speaking, it was a glancing blow, but the CME was decently sized, so we definitely felt it. For those of you who haven’t been following this blog for a while, the heart of our solar system is a higher manifestation of…

Productivity Music, courtesy of the Sun

This just in from Spaceweather: High above the Arctic Circle in Lofoten, Norway, citizen scientist Rob Stammes operates a space weather monitoring station. His sensors detect ground currents, auroras, radio bursts, and disturbances in Earth’s magnetic field. Yesterday, he says, “I received a musical note from the magnetosphere.” “Around 05.30 UTC on Jan. 18th, our…

Ongoing geomagnetic storm increasing on September 29th

SpaceWeather issued this missive about geomagnetic activity over the weekend: A solar wind stream is heading for Earth, and it could spark the strongest geomagnetic storm in more than a year. NOAA forecasters say storm levels could reach category G2 (moderately strong) when the gaseous material arrives on Sept. 29th. Bright “equinox auroras” are already…

What in the The World: Oumuamua, plus Psychedelics

This episode is just me and Dave, Lisa was unable to join us. So the flavor might be a little different. We start off by talking about the space body Oumuamua, and move into DMT (internal and external), LSD, and Ecstacy. These may or may not be linked; you’ll have to figure it out for…

What in the World: Spaaaace

This is a continuation of the conversation that was posted last week, but we leave earth and go out into space… My ever fabulous Social Media Marketing Assistant, Teagan, says I should give y’all more resources, like links, and she put together this treasure trove for you: (00m36) Betelgeuse and its mysterious dimming, which has…