'Solar Tsunami' arrives for Obama's birthday

Jeannie DeAngelis
First a rodent scurried in front of the Rose Garden podium as an oblivious Obama spoke on financial reform.  On Memorial Day, while all went well at Arlington Cemetery, Obama attempted to speak at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood in Chicago, Illinois. The President was promptly rained out by a violent downpour.

Nature then followed Obama indoors. On more than one occasion, Barack has been visited by Musca domestica.  In fact, as Obama delivered remarks on the Affordable Care Act and the new Patients Bill of Rights in the East Room of the White House, an audacious fly comfortably landed and hung out for a while on the President's upper lip.  The oversized housefly was merely expressing an opinion on the bill.  Oddly, Barry appeared at ease being lit upon by what would normally be swatted away.

Now, in anticipation of the President's birthday, the sun's surface is communicating from 93 million miles away by blasting "tons of plasma into interplanetary space -- directly towards the Earth," in an event being coined a "solar tsunami."

Scientists are predicting that a "wall of ionized atoms should hit the planet tonight creating a geomagnetic storm and a spectacular light show and possibly threatening satellites in orbit." Leon Golub of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics predicts that the "eruption ...directed right at us is expected to get here early in the day on August 4th."

Either the universe is restless, or Mother Nature is transmitting a birthday message to a president convinced his planetary presence ushered in "the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow."

According to Golub, this is the "first major Earth-directed eruption in quite some time."  A point of reference worth noting is that the last solar maximum on record occurred in 2001 just when Bill Clinton was almost done tooling around the Oval Office.

When a coronal mass ejection reaches Earth, solar particles stream down our planet's magnetic field lines toward the poles. In the process, the particles collide with atoms of nitrogen and oxygen in the Earth's atmosphere, which then glow, creating an effect similar to miniature neon signs.

What does a coronal mass ejection have to do with Obama, you ask?  Neon signs are environmentally friendly, which makes solar neon facsimiles the perfect addition to a high profile birthday party honoring President Barack Obama.

"The sun's activity usually ebbs and flows on a fairly predictable" 11-year cycle. Coincidentally, this particular solar maximum has broken with tradition.  The premature manifestation inadvertently coincides with a glorious and momentous occasion.

On the soon-to-be official national holiday of August 4th Barack Obama turns one year shy of half a century.  This year even the G2V star will be involved in the festivities.  Marking the day will be astral green and red aurorae bearing witness in the heavens to the birth of a green president with extremely red ideas, whose philosophy appears to rouse Mother Nature here on earth as well as in the cosmos.

Author's content: www.jeannie-ology.com

First a rodent scurried in front of the Rose Garden podium as an oblivious Obama spoke on financial reform.  On Memorial Day, while all went well at Arlington Cemetery, Obama attempted to speak at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood in Chicago, Illinois. The President was promptly rained out by a violent downpour.

Nature then followed Obama indoors. On more than one occasion, Barack has been visited by Musca domestica.  In fact, as Obama delivered remarks on the Affordable Care Act and the new Patients Bill of Rights in the East Room of the White House, an audacious fly comfortably landed and hung out for a while on the President's upper lip.  The oversized housefly was merely expressing an opinion on the bill.  Oddly, Barry appeared at ease being lit upon by what would normally be swatted away.

Now, in anticipation of the President's birthday, the sun's surface is communicating from 93 million miles away by blasting "tons of plasma into interplanetary space -- directly towards the Earth," in an event being coined a "solar tsunami."

Scientists are predicting that a "wall of ionized atoms should hit the planet tonight creating a geomagnetic storm and a spectacular light show and possibly threatening satellites in orbit." Leon Golub of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics predicts that the "eruption ...directed right at us is expected to get here early in the day on August 4th."

Either the universe is restless, or Mother Nature is transmitting a birthday message to a president convinced his planetary presence ushered in "the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow."

According to Golub, this is the "first major Earth-directed eruption in quite some time."  A point of reference worth noting is that the last solar maximum on record occurred in 2001 just when Bill Clinton was almost done tooling around the Oval Office.

When a coronal mass ejection reaches Earth, solar particles stream down our planet's magnetic field lines toward the poles. In the process, the particles collide with atoms of nitrogen and oxygen in the Earth's atmosphere, which then glow, creating an effect similar to miniature neon signs.

What does a coronal mass ejection have to do with Obama, you ask?  Neon signs are environmentally friendly, which makes solar neon facsimiles the perfect addition to a high profile birthday party honoring President Barack Obama.

"The sun's activity usually ebbs and flows on a fairly predictable" 11-year cycle. Coincidentally, this particular solar maximum has broken with tradition.  The premature manifestation inadvertently coincides with a glorious and momentous occasion.

On the soon-to-be official national holiday of August 4th Barack Obama turns one year shy of half a century.  This year even the G2V star will be involved in the festivities.  Marking the day will be astral green and red aurorae bearing witness in the heavens to the birth of a green president with extremely red ideas, whose philosophy appears to rouse Mother Nature here on earth as well as in the cosmos.

Author's content: www.jeannie-ology.com