ccording to postulates of Complete Relativity
(CR), all energy
must oscillate. Therefore, evolution of the Solar System too must have periods of weak evolution and
Studies do show that evolution of
species can indeed accelerate with accelerated changes in environment
Our environment is changing and we are changing at an accelerated pace. Perhaps significant changes
in evolution of the Solar System and Earth [in whole] are not yet evident, but we are, obviously, at
the end of a period of long weak evolution and at the start of a pulse of strong evolution on the
surface of Earth.
We are in the middle of a 6th major extinction and my works show there's plenty of reason to
believe such events are synchronized with cataclysmic changes in the Solar System.
One part of these events is a temporary collapse of planetary magnetic fields (at least some). Signs of
imminent collapse include dipole fragmentation, decreasing strength and instability of magnetic dip
poles. All of these are currently present on Earth (ie. South Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly - which appears
to be splitting into two further confirming the hypothesis, decreasing dipole
The theory of planetary neurogenesis predicts this collapse to be synchronized with the collapse
of Sun's outer gravitational maximum which will result in a burst of high energy cosmic
rays (ions) a good portion of which will be absorbed by Earth.
While full collapse should be a couple of decades away (if accelerated evolution does follow the
derived equation), smaller precursor collapses and magnetic excursions are
For quite some time now, computers on satellites experience problems when passing through
the South Atlantic Anomaly (which has increased 5 times since 1850.). Passing through Anomaly initiated
a chain of events which even led to destruction of JAXA Hitomi satellite.
Assuming linear progression it could take hundreds of years before magnetic strength on the
surface decreases to that of the Anomaly at the height of satellites, but at some point the
progression must become exponential and cosmic rays will start making our electronics useless
much sooner than expected with linear progression.
The effect, however, will not be the same everywhere, a likely scenario are temporary
contractions of magnetic field lines with no large changes in field shape during contractions.
While I don't like to mix Bible with science, there's obvious logic in some stories once one
accepts the theory of planetary neurogenesis as a real possibility. One of these is the story
No one is mentioning computers in that story and it is a common belief that, if
the story happened, it happened on Earth thousands of years ago - but, if the theory on planetary
neurogenesis is correct, the original story likely happened on Mars after the collapse of
civilization which had to include the collapse of technology.
How will this affect your computer?
Once the cosmic ray particle (anti-proton, neutron, ...) hits your
memory (RAM, ROM, SSD, CPU buffers, anything that includes transistors) the stored bits can
(from 0 to 1 and vice versa).
One particular pathway for disruption I find interesting is the induced
fission of 10B (10-Boron isotope) which is often present in semiconductors
hypothesized local enrichment in 10
B during strong evolution in case of selective
decay, cosmic rays might act to restore the balance
This is already happening with your memory, but not so often and, in most cases, you won't notice
anything if you have ECC memory (memory with error-correction mechanisms), which you might have
on your desktop computer but most likely not on your cellphone.
Transistors on cellphones are also generally smaller and more tightly packed, which makes them even
more vulnerable (multiple bits can get flipped at once, in which case even ECC wouldn't help).
In any case, the problems will eventually start happening even with ECC memory. This will
cause corruption of data, BSOD (blue screens of death
), reboots and failure.
Of course, that's not where the problems end - everything today relies on computers so there will
be problems with networks, electricity, cars, etc.
We can see precursors to this already (perhaps the collapse of your favorite
network was not caused by cosmic rays but you can interpret it as a demo of things to come).
In nature, there are generally many equally valid interpretations of certain developments.
The collapse of the magnetic field has its reasons, but I find one appropriate reason for
the collapse of technology - it will make people appreciate nature more.
And I think anyone sane will agree that greater appreciation of nature is what we all need at
this moment of time.