Open Northeast Passage Record - NGC 40 New Global Warming Energy Source
Journal Title:Journal of Clinical And Experimental Immunology
In 2018 and 2019, the Arctic ice volume was increasing due to the reduction of SN1006 and V606 Aquilae heat delivering incoming debris stream particles or a decrease in strength. When the volume of ice on our planet was increasing in 2018-19, the planet was impacted by the new heat source of planetary nebula, PN, NGC 40. Currently the strength of PN NGC 40 is overcoming the loss of strength of the SN 1006 and V606 Aquilae and the Arctic ice volume started decreasing in March 2019. Particular longitude locations moving eastward from the initial impact point of PN NGC 40 show the effects of the PN NGC 40 hotspot passing over their locations. Shipping time through the Northeast Passage will increase for 2019 and for years thereafter. The ten-year measles outbreak that occurred from 1981 to 1991 will repeat for the period 2019 to 2029.