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Strategies & Market Trends : Taking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment
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To: 3bar who wrote (6008)4/7/2024 6:58:38 AM
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That was a reference to the magnetic excursion timing regarding the weakening of the magnetosphere. A terrestrial thing driven by the incoming galactic current sheet. The trend is well known and extrapolation is fairly simple.
Just one part of "all hell breaking loose".

Timing of the other "flip", crustal displacement, is a solar thing that depends on the density of dust brought into the solar system by the galactic current sheet. That density is increasing but the trend is not yet established. Also, the critical density of dust necessary to cause a micronova is not known.

However, it is expected that the magnetic polar excursion will peak as the micronova timeline reaches "critical dust".
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