Join me Sunday January 8th on the nationally syndicated radio show C2C as I will be presenting the latest research on the Galaxy-Sun-Earth connection.
Host Richard Syrett and I will also discuss the latest trends involving earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes and various extreme weather events.
Additionally, I will bring forward the latest research challenging the often misunderstood meaning of climate change, which includes the latest findings as it relates to charged particles such as galactic cosmic rays, gamma rays, and solar rays.
Oh, one more thing…we are closer to a magnetic pole shift than many people think. Find your local radio station – click here
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I have more breaking news I am sitting on right now, and will be posing and sending out over the holidays. Cheers, Mitch