posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 11:32 AM
reply to post by Greensage
Well yes we are due for a large solar storm soon which with our current level of technology will be disasterous if it is of the same intensity as the
one in the late 1800s for instance. And this isn't being covered up either, there is earnest talk of this amongst scientists but at the same time
there is not the money to prepare our infrastructure to withstand it. We are at the start of Solar Cycle 24, so if there is going to be a large storm
it will be in the next 3 years or so. It will disrupt communications and power, which will have a knock on affect on many other services. For
instance, the inability to dispense fuel would mean no food deliveries. Water pumping stations and sewage processing plants becoming inoperative,
There is no second Sun though in the immediate vicinity, it is a completely absurd idea than can be debunked in many ways - the easiest being the
purchase of a cheap welding mask to enable one to observe the sun. The result - no second sun to be seen! And if there was an object close enough to
observe in the manner being suggested then the gravitational forces exerted by it's mass would create a much larger calamity than 'a funny feeling
of late' or it feeling 'a bit hot'.
Originally posted by bartholomeo
reply to post by AgentSmith
Now if you really seriously think that the governments of the world would tell the people, "Hey there is a unknown planet heading to the solar system
and it's course will hit a planet causing serious disturbances in the orbits of all planets that might lead to earthqueakes, and all types of
disasters please prepare an underground bunker in case this happens so you can hide you and your loved ones" Then I'm afraid your membership here
in ATS for the last 7 years has been sham since you really haven't learned that the government is really not looking out for you, but they only look
out for themselves.
Since when did I say I trust the Government? You preaching to the converted my friend. The problem is with people like you, there only seem to be to
1) The Official Story
2) The Truth
It's not like that I'm afraid, not everything we are told officially is false and in the same way everything that is 'out of the box' or against
the official line isn't necessarily true either.
Solar storms coming to disrupt everything, yes - VERY likely!
The Nemesis star disrupting us in the near future - yes something I think may be possible.
Optical illusions caused by the atmosphere or camera optics being a second sun -
Sorry, but if you were even close to having the level of understanding I do then you would find it equally absurd. And don't try and categorise me as
being some sort of Government lover just because I have a brain and I'm not a dumb sheep that follows blindly. I'm not talking about following the
authorities either, I'm talking about following some of the dumb ideas floating about on the Internet designed to appeal to the gullible and
[edit on 7-7-2010 by AgentSmith]