Fires at the Amazon Forest, is it man made?

In the page called Earth Temperature of this site, I demonstrated the reason behind the link between the temperature at any region on the face of Earth and the intensity of the magnetic field, which is in turn linked to the location of the two magnetic poles; the higher the magnetic intensity, where the magnetic flux emerged or dropped, the lower the ambient temperature and water builds into ice, and vice versa. In other words Earth low temperatures follow the magnetic poles.

As they keep wandering on the surface of the planet, the magnetic poles influence the temperature change from one region to another over time. For instance, over the past 100 years the two magnetic poles started and continue to move eastward. The magnetic pole in Antarctica is moving towards Australia. The magnetic pole in the Arctic is moving towards Siberia. I was asked recently by a friend of mine who became interested in the topic, if there is evidence on my theory linking the temperature on the face of the Earth to the magnetic intensity. My answer went simple; as in the geographic south, the ice is melting in the west of Antarctica, where the magnetic pole is migrating away from and is building ice in the east of Antarctica, where the magnetic pole is passing by. But not for long as the magnetic pole there continues to move eastward and is on the brink of leaving the land moving into the ocean. I was able to explain that at such locations, where the magnetic poles temporarily reside (since they never settle) the temperature is lowest simply because the collision of Sun charged particles and resultant radiation in the Thermosphere layer of Atmosphere is measured at its minimum.  As the two magnetic poles keep moving eastward, the distance between the two magnetic poles has increased by 5,360 kilometers (3,350 miles) over 100 years. It had resulted in a sharp decline in the magnetic field intensity at mid distance between the two magnetic poles, and accordingly the ability of Sun charged particles to pierce through at increasing volume.

South Atlantic Anomaly

The phenomenon is called South Atlantic Anomaly and is defined as a huge expanse of the magnetic field stretching from Chile to Zimbabwe. The field is weak within the anomaly that it is hazardous for Earth’s satellites to enter it, because the additional radiation it is letting through could disrupt their electronics. Arriving at high speed, charged particles bombarding the ocean resulted in  warming it up  and releasing methane hydrates at continental shelves at high rate. I explained earlier that such release of Methane Hydrates CH4 results in bonding with Oxygen O2 to produce three green house gas molecules; one Carbon Dioxide CO2 and two Water Vapor H2O.

The arrival and penetration of Sun charged particles at high volumes span the vast area of the South Atlantic Anomaly. The continual movement of the two magnetic poles to the east means continual weakening of the magnetic field in the marked area of Latin America and could very well be behind the increasing fire at the dry season over there.

Another man made environment change claim that is proven wrong. 

Fires in the Amazon Forest 

About T.Niazi

Tarek S. Niazi holds a Bachelor degree and a Master degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science respectively. He worked at IBM for twenty-five years in various positions. As an entrepreneur, he established and ran investment, consulting, and project integration services companies. Niazi’s interests run the gamut from geology to history, astronomy to theology, and most of the sciences, including physics. His global travels have given him a deep appreciation for the mosaic of life and culture on Earth.
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