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Originally posted by spinalremain
I also believe that the planet has cyclic events of mass extinction. We are in agreement there. I do however believe that we aren't due for another for quite some time. I also believe that it isn't a black and white cycle which can be pinpointed to an event or series of events. We just don't know. It could be anything.
You started the thread by stating that people dont know this or that. Well neither do you, and the fact of the matter is, that a lot of what you propose is wrong.
PS. screaming at me doesn't make the Maya any more clairvoyant or genius than you need them to be.
[edit on 11-1-2010 by spinalremain]
Originally posted by FeralMonkeyMagic
lol - there's no hope for you mate.
Carry on though - it's entertaining to see how far you will take this.
Hope you don't really believe this because as far as ALL SCIENTIFIC DATA shows, nothing like this is scheduled/predicted to happen.
Ill bump this thread 22/12/2012 - i hope you still post here when i do.
The emission of sulphur dioxide - an indication of magma rising inside the volcano - jumped to 6,000 tons per day from the normal 500, said the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology. Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk... OBVhZvh
Many agencies relying on high-precision GPS (global positioning system) are familiar with the impact of geomagnetic storms on GPS accuracy. GPS errors can exceed 50 meters during the most intense storms. This is very significant to surveying and navigational systems. Those with the greatest concerns include the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Wide-Area Augmentations System, land surveying companies using GPS measurements, deep-sea drilling operations, and land drilling and mining. Solar storms can also have significant impacts on the satellites we have come to rely on for everyday activities. Once rare and only government-owned, satellites are now numerous and carry weather information, military surveillance, TV and other communications signals, credit card and pager transmissions, navigation data, and cell phone conversations. Many satellites or instruments onboard satellites have been impacted by space weather in recent years. These storms can cause single event upsets which often cause physical damage to microchips and change software commands in satellite-borne computers. Other problems observed on satellites are contamination of the image systems, differential charging across the spacecraft components which can harm or possibly disable them, and increased drag on satellites in space causing them to slow and change orbit slightly.
But the probe will round Earth at a distance of only 500 kilometres. If it malfunctioned at this point and smacked into Earth, about two-thirds of Cassini's plutonium would fall to the ground. The rest would remain high in the atmosphere, like nuclear fallout, and be distributed around the world.