Earth Path Defense 

Protection for Earth & Humanity as Human Horizons Rise

Space - The Final Frontier
           First, we secured our homeworld.
                                         Then, all of space was open to us. 

Hot Gas & Dust HGAD Space Telescope

Aimed in the direction our Solar System is Traveling -
Can we be smarter than the dinosaurs and the captain of the Titanic?

The d'Avignon - Wroblewski - Janke - Pillsbury - Lincoln (dAWJPL) originators of the HGAD want to help us adapt to climate change caused by our sun heating up gas and dust from the Orion Arm of our galaxy that we are beginning to enter.  Coping with a Tropical Earth is already evident from the melting of the Arctic and now Greenland; while Antarctica would be last.  Why? Our Sun is traveling approximately at 65,000 MPH along with us in its orbit, and, in its bow-wave.  As Orion Arm gas and dust is encountered by the North Pole of the Sun, the direction in which it is traveling, then hot gas and dust is dumped onto our Van Allen Magnetic Radiation Belts, which funnels it onto Earth's North Pole.

We need to understand how this heat build-up from these particles has been warming us, and will continue to increasingly warm us for the next 5 Million years.  This has happened before in this, the second worst and thickest of galactic spirals we travel through about every 184-Million years.  No space telescopes are tasked to be aimed in the direction we are traveling, nor do they have the correct sensors to see what we are up against.  

In times before, according to the Galactic Orbit Theory of Cyclical Extinctions advanced by Paul Janke, PhD Paleontology, first life forms were stressed by heat and then the gas and dust was thick enough to alter the orbits of asteroids and comets to where they would pepper us. (see World Museum of Natural History Purchase the Poster to see the Correlated History of the Earth)

The last time we went through this Zone 2, we lost 40% of all life forms on Earth.  Dr. D. J. Sadhu (see  in his advancing a new spiral path of the planets around the Sun, while the Sun is also in an undulating orbital path around the Milky Way.  This means the Sun could hit the Orion Arm high in the middle of low where the gas is either thin or thick.  We need to know what is going to happen.  

d'Avignon and Ron Wrobleski, PhD Physics, integrated this data.  Dave Lincoln and Melinda Pillsbury-Foster considered with them, other celestial contributors to heat such as Sergei Milankovitch Cycles of Earth's Ellipitical Orbit also bringing us closer now, and for the next 12,ooo years during winters and summers to the sun.  However, it was concluded that Milankovitch cycles were not enough heat, even amplified by Green House Gas Effects to cause the total warming we are experiencing.  

Combined,these three factors increase the potential for warming.   We have a problem