(this is a continuation of the “Hot News” from 06.05.2015)
The year 2015 is going to become a decisive year in the rewriting of the natural history of our planet and our role on it.
4.- The “New Horizons”-Team has finally realized that the spacecraft is approaching the most dangerous part of its mission to encounter Pluto and the cloud of debris of the Andrea-star behind it.
New Horizons, which launched in January 2006, crossed the orbit of Neptune (around 30 AU from Sun) on 25.08.2014.
In the Mission-News from 12.05.2015 we read:
For the first time, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has photographed Kerberos and Styx – the smallest and faintest of Pluto's five known moons. Following the spacecraft's detection of Pluto's giant moon Charon in July 2013, and Pluto's smaller moons Hydra and Nix in July 2014 and January 2015, respectively, New Horizons is now within sight of all the known members of the Pluto system. … Kerberos and Styx were discovered in 2011 and 2012, respectively, by New Horizons team members using the Hubble Space Telescope. Styx, circling Pluto every 20 days between the orbits of Charon and Nix, is likely just 4 to 13 miles (approximately 7 to 21 kilometers) in diameter, and Kerberos, orbiting between Nix and Hydra with a 32-day period, is just 6 to 20 miles (approximately 10 to 30 kilometers) in diameter. Each is 20 to 30 times fainter than Nix and Hydra.
"New Horizons is now on the threshold of discovery," said mission science team member John Spencer, of the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado. "If the spacecraft observes any additional moons as we get closer to Pluto, they will be worlds that no one has ever seen before."
Drawing even closer to Pluto, New Horizons will begin its first search for new moons or rings that might threaten the spacecraft on its passage through the Pluto system. But the still greater danger is awaiting New Horizons in the coming two years after the Pluto's encounter, when the spacecraft will approach the mighty cloud of debris of the Andrea star, as shown in the diagram below.
The most of the original mass of the Andrea star, which was destroyed in the recent event of the level 9 of our Cosmic Hierarchy 3507 million years ago, is still orbiting the center of mass of the present Solar System (situated where we see Venus today). For more details read the corresponding articles on this educational blog of Naturics.
5.- The new hemispherical analysis of the sunspots recovers their true connection to the global climate changes predicted by Naturics.
A comparison of the separate analysis of the sunspots on the northern and southern hemisphere of the Sun (at SILSO) gives the following diagram:
An explanation of the reason for this asymmetric behaviour of the sunspots on the solar surface is still unknown.
On the other side, the Figure 17 in my book "Climatic Ultimatum" (presented also here online) gives the theoretical (it means, the past and the future) relative changes of the energy transfer to the whole Solar System:
If we combine the both observational and theoretical results, we obtain a new possibility to understand the reason for the observed asymmetry of the sunspots distribution:
The growing energy density of the global energy transfer before 1991 and the lowering density after this point of maximum explains the asymmetry immediately.
6.- The builders of the Bosnian Pyramids can be now identified as the members of the Aurignacian culture.
(As my comment to this point read the newest article 17. in "Recent Articles")