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2013 CME Solar Aftermath Report by JE Ante, 5 Billion Dead
The past polar ice studies of 13,000 yrs and 26,000 yrs have accurately predict the massive Earth ecological damage from mega CMEs or coronal mass ejections from the sun in 2012 and 2013. The 26,000 yrs events appear to be much more ecologically damaging than the 13,000 yrs events which has been confirmed by our modern experience of 2012 and 2013. This current 26,000 year galactic alignment solar devastation appears to be the most severe by far that has ever been recorded in past geologic formations on Earth.
Seven mega CMEs have impacted the Earth between July 15th, 2012 and Feb. 5th, 2013. The first CME event of July 15th was the smallest megasolar CME recorded. All electronic and electrical devices not shielded were severely damaged and a nearly 7 month blackout of 95% of communications worldwide occurred. Only 50% of emergency radio communications survived during this 7 month blackout but an estimated 99.5% of individual personal radios were destroyed, severely damaged, or had no electricity so this public warning communication was nearly worthless.
The lack of information killed most people. The actual three day mega CME events causing extreme radiations lasted only 21 days of the 7 month total duration. Populations needed to shelter underground or behind south facing basement walls only 21 days for the 12 hours of daylight. This was a total of 11.5 days of sheltered inactivity needed for nearly 100% protection from solar overexposure. The total 7 months communications blackout and lack of public information has killed 5 billion people and sterilized almost 97% of the 2 billion survivors.
Emergency public radios broadcasted the times of the lethal megaCME three day solar events but no one was listening worldwide due to the severe radio damage to personal radios. Simple battery operated transistor radios and extra batteries enclosed and protected in aluminum foil could have saved these 5 billion people from this lack of solar public information. Most people especially in third world countries did not know they could shelter in basements in the shadow of south facing walls or outside in the shadows of large rocks during the daylight hours of megaCMEs.
The first July 15th, 2012 CME was not widely lethal to humans but produced moderate to severe reddening of the skin for all those who were not sheltered underground or within the shadow of south facing basement walls during the daylight hours. The general population had only one or two days warning of this events before the first CME event hit and canceled nearly all communications worldwide for the next 7 months. This 7 month communication blackout resulted in an estimated 95% of deaths which could have been prevented with proper and timely public information.
3 billion people expired in the first 7 months from solar overexposure. An estimated additional 2 billion people have expired to date (02/23/2015) primarily from health complications of solar overexposure (90%), starvation (7%), and civil violence (3%). An estimated 97% of the remaining 2 billion worldwide populations are sterile and weakened from solar overexposure and will not be able to produce children. A 500 million stable population goal is expected to be achieved around year 2100 but grave population shortages are expected in all industries.
60 million people were sheltered underground in the western industrial countries of America and Europe. An estimated 1 billion people were sheltered in old civil defense shelters in China and Russia. Because of this large Chinese and Russian sheltering the 500 million estimated worldwide stable population in 2100 is expected to be 60% Chinese 20% Russian, and 20% Other.
Most all of the third world countries are now 95% depopulated as of 2015 according to aerial surveys but are expected to recover to 10% of previous 2012 population rates by 2100. The Chinese and Russians had large populations sheltered temporarily but this did little good because of lack of public information. Most people sheltered for 7 months returned to the surface from shelters to find food and work during the day and only returned when they received severe sunburns from later CMEs.
The greatest ecological damage caused from the CMEs is from 32 nuclear power plants worldwide which went critical and damaged large areas of habital lands downwind. 15% of habital land is deemed lost permanently and 25% of habital land is now marginalized for use and habitation worldwide. These 32 nuclear power plants could not be manually shut down when their electrical and electronics were severely damaged. Manual controls and sensors for all nuclear power plants are now deemed necessary for all future operations.
The next greatest ecological disaster was to wildlife, insects, plants, and trees. 90% of all surface animal wildlife has been estimated to be now totally extinct. 95% of beneficial bees and insects are estimated to be extinct. 20% of all plant life are believe extinct and 10% of all tree species are believe extinct. Massive deforestation (40%) has occurred worldwide with massive future forest fires expected in the future. Worldwide recovery of plantlife by 2100 in 85 years is expected to be 75% of 2012 levels.
In retrospect the loss and total extinction of most all birds (95%), beneficial insects (70%), and surface wild animals (90%) has been the greatest loss to the planetary ecology which can not be replaced. It is not known how the planetary ecology will adjust to this massive loss of wild animals, plants, and insects but many worse case scenarios are now predicted.
Today the 2 billion surviving Earth population is now 99.5% vegetarian with only a few areas still having small scale animal production. The loss of large quantities of grain foods worldwide has ended all largescale and most small scale animal food production.
Largescale tractor driven agriculture is extremely slow to recover due to lack of parts and fuel for tractors and food transport to city populations. Worldwide large farm agriculture is estimated to be 15% of pre-2012 levels. But this is currently sufficient because of the current low 2 billion population levels and nearly total vegetarian diet. Most individuals have reported an improved health. Most all of the surviving population has individual vegetable, fruit, and nut tree gardens of 1/4 acre per person which provides 30% to 40% of total yearly calories. The remaining yearly calories are supplied by the large vegetable and grain farms of the past pre-2012 era.
Large sheets of the Greenland and Polar ice sheets have melted or broken off into the surrounding oceans raising coastal waters 23 feet (2015) and additional ocean water levels are expected. Six massive mega hurricanes have decimated most coastal cities along with the ocean level rises. Only inland cities 100 miles inland are deem permanently habitable for future populations. 17 mega tornados have hit inland cities in America and Europe and more are expected. Only inland major cities are now being hardened to protect the general population and only major port cities are still operated to any extent in coastal waters. Most all government and important major businesses are advised to shelter underground or in earth sheltered buildings above ground. Shelter for migrating coastal populations is not a problem because of the massive die off of all populations everywhere and the availability of unused homes and offices.
Mass graves were not the norm in most countries as most people were buried by relatives in backyard graves or within walking distance on public provided lands by hand tools. After one year of the last megaCME the smell of human remains has at last lessened dramatically for the survivors and quality of family life and security is beginning to stabilize.
Starvation is not a concern today (2015) due to the vegetarian diet worldwide. Most people starved in southern hemisphere regions from crop failures which were the current year's crops destroyed in the ground. Northern regions were less affected because much of the 2012 grain crops destroyed were destined for third world countries or for domestic animal feeds. The complete slaughter and meat preservation of northern animal livestock after solar overexposure was a major food source for northern countries (60%) in the first 7 months of the megaCMEs. Many third world countries had far less animal husbandry to feed them and along with total crop failure and minimal reserve food supply they experience some starvation by the end of 2013.
So few deaths worldwide from starvation and civil unrest is due to the general ill health of the general populations from solar overexposure. Most people died quickly and foodstuffs that remained were often adequate. Most adults and children were both ill and caring for others who could not care for themselves. Few people could or needed to threaten violence to survive. Most all travel was by foot or manual bicycles for the first 6 months after the last CME event. In the coming Spring local gardens were planted and local communities formed for barter of goods and to seek news from the outside.
Ocean ecology was far less affected than first thought. Surface krill and fish populations have been largely unaffected. Only 20% of surface krill and 25% of reef growth has been damaged with full recover expected by 2025. Ocean fish and foodstocks are expected to increase dramatically by 2020 when the surface fishing fleet is expected to recover from severe electronic shortages. Ocean weather is expected to be extremely hazardous for fisherman for the next 100 years due to increased water levels and atmospheric storms. But ocean fishing is expected to be a major worldwide food source in future years.
The greatest public health crisis is for clean drinking water in all countries. The greatest source of public illness and death is from tainted drinking water. Public sanitation has largely reverted to the outhouse mode of 1900's lifestyles. Most all modern sewage systems and plants are inactive and sources of great community displeasure. Modern manual composting indoor toilets and greywater systems are expected to become the norm and sewage treatment plants for cities ended permanently.
Electrical and electronic infrastructure is not expected to be adequate until 2025 when 25% of pre-2012 electrical usage is achieved. Electronic infrastructure is far ahead of electrical usage due to the robust repair industry of electronics of local individuals and groups. Electronic parts are a continued problem but salvaged and disassembled parts are currently keeping up with demand. Older computers are a major source of electronic parts and fiber optic and cable TV land lines have recovered 12% of the pre-2012 level of internet usage as of 2015. But far less time is available for internet access. Most access is for local home schooling as 95% of public education schooling has ended for the foreseeable future in most countries.
Because of the largely sterile population the population level is expected to drop to 350 million before it then recovers and stabilizes at 500 million in 2100. Severe worker shortages are expected for the next 100 years in all areas of industry. The loss of 5 billion people worldwide represents the loss of 200 to 400 billion man years of human productivity and the loss of 90% of all non-essential jobs and human activity. In retrospect the loss of just one individual's 20 to 40 years of productivity is staggering to the local community let alone 5 billion worldwide.
Military technology is mostly ended except for a few western nations who have large stockpiles of supplies and underground bases and cities in their countries. Most all military organizations are now 100% relief operations. information gatherers, or devoted to public works projects. All wars are now ended upon the Earth due to simple survival necessities.
The greatest sorrows are for the 5 billion needless dead and the total extinction of most all local animal wildlife upon the Earth. The greatest worries are from the loss of many insect species and the breakdown of local ecologies. The greatest psychological and spiritual concerns are from the great loneliness felt by the greatly reduce populations and the sadness for the loss of wildlife companionship and beauty.
This NORAD report will be updated yearly and available by January 31st of each year.###
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