Van Allen Belts

Nature's "Vastu Fence" around the Earth

Main Points SCI Points
The Van Allen Belts protect the Earth from radiation coming from space by absorbing high energy particles A Vastu fence protects the building by counteracting negative influences
The VAB are dangerous to pass through It is painful to try to walk through the fence without protection
Shielding such as lead, or even water, is necessary to protect astronauts Heavy shield would be necessary to run through
Cannot be seen with naked eye Visible, yet with more influence than meets the eye
Completely surrounds the Earth Completely surrounds the property
Radiation at the north and south poles is less, providing 2 entrances An eastern gate is advised for best entrance
A radiation belt is a layer of energetic charged particles that is held in place around a magnetized planet, such as the Earth, by the planet's magnetic field. The Earth has two such belts and sometimes others may be temporarily created. The main belts extend from an altitude of about 1,000 to 60,000 kilometers above the surface in which region radiation levels vary.
Vastu Fence Since a Maharishi Vastu building is designed to be in harmony with the universe the influence from the building naturally extends into the landscape, providing greater protection and coherence beyond the front door. A Vastu fence or wall marks the extension of this influence. Its proportions and measurements are set according to the ancient formulas.

   Proposal to include discussion of Van Allen Belts
in the next version of your Physics class book