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23 June, 2010

How to Survive a Solar Storm

How to survive a solar storm: "Scientists at NASA have been warning for some time of the dangers of space weather affecting the earth, and particularly the danger of solar storms. With the sun due to reach the top of both its 22-year magnetic energy cycle and 11-year Sunspot cycle in 2013, there's real danger of magnetic energy damaging electronic equipment.

'We know it is coming but we don’t know how bad it is going to be', Dr Richard Fisher, the director of Nasa's Heliophysics division, told the Daily Telegraph, adding that preparations were similar to those in a hurricane season, where authorities knew a problem was imminent but did not know how serious it would be.

The match-up between the two cycles isn't guaranteed every 22 years, because the 11-year solar cycle is only an average, and sometimes lasts 9, or sometimes lasts 13 years. The last time it did, in 1859, it wasn't such an issue because the earth wasn't anywhere near as technologically developed. This time, however, with a mobile phone in every pocket and a PC in every home, the damage could be rather more severe..."


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3 comments:

  1. it boils down to Mayans prediction something huge is goin to happen on 2012!! dig a deep hole in your basement!

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  2. Mayans didn't predict anything...the calendar just so happened to end. Perhaps they intended to make a new calendar when they got closer to the date or perhaps that meant it was time to flip the calendar over again, or perhaps they were wrong. We don't know.

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  3. Or, the Mayans knew there would be a New World Order which should and will happen in 2012 or they predicted the rapture.

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