“North American Solar ElectroMagnetic Induction Detection Network” (General Joint Session at WMSCI 2019)
Bruce Leybourne, MS
Research Director and Principal Investigator, Institute for Advance Studies on Climate Change (IASCC), USA
Former Navy tenure at the U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office, NASA’s Stennis Space Center, USA
A Radio Finding Detection Network is proposed to detect Solar ElectroMagnetic (EM) Induction effects producing an electromotive force, or voltage, across ancient electrical conducting volcanic rock complexes underlying North America. ElectroMagnetic Pulse (EMP), climate change, hurricanes, tornadoes, lightning, earthquakes, volcanism, and certain types of wildfire outbreaks may be stimulated during a weakening of the solar magnetic field especially during the upcoming solar minimum, increasing Earth’s internal inductance power capable of driving much more violent events. This experimental testing is aimed at globally monitoring geophysical EM events to develop new forecasting methods. North American focus is on the New Madrid Fault, Florida hurricanes, and California wildfire and earthquakes, improving the science of natural disaster forecasting, management, investment, and governance, contributing to better resource-related negotiations and policy debates affecting fiscal/tax policies.