Jilara (jilara) wrote,

Screwy geomagnetics

I'm geomagnetically sensitive, and I can tell you, I've felt strange ever since the Japan quake. It's best described as feeling like there's a storm coming. Which there is, of course, but I'll get to in a minute. If you're not sensitive to these things, you might not understand this feeling like I expect there to be tornados. I reflect that after the Peru quake in the '60's, they said the earth "rang like a bell" for weeks afterward. I think that's what I'm picking up.

The storm patterns are weird. It's fingers of incredibly dark cloud, then clear sky, then more black clouds. There are also high layers with low layers, sitting on the mountains. Storm cloud trifle, layered artistically. More geomagnetic disturbance, mucking with the weather? Or the tsunami? Could be. It's all part of the Pacific currents, which affects the Jet Stream. The blue sky is a whit toward the greenish side, as well, like a supercell effect.

We had a power outage yesterday, and our electronic clocks are behaving oddly. And also the phone answering machine. I had to reset it a couple times to get the outgoing message to "take." Also, off the grid, my electronic alarm clock keeps resetting itself back to standard time. It's one of those that "phones home" in the middle of the night, and it seems to be losing its setting for daylight savings time.

And I noticed waterfowl flying south, this morning. Seriously. Lots of V-formations heading south. WTF?? I have no idea what bees are doing, but I wouldn't be surprised if they are getting disoriented, as well.

Just the innards of the planet sloshing around, folks. It should settle down in a few days. I hope.
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