posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 08:17 AM
reply to post by ModerateSkeptic
None of NASA's reports discuss the fact that billions could die, because it isn't their job to discuss such things. As in, if NASA were tomorrow to
discover that a meteor was going to strike the Earth (lets say, with a diameter of 2000mi or 3,218.69km) they wouldn't be on the news saying "The
world will die tomorrow". They'd leave it to the Government, who would, as they so famously do, wait until the last moment to release this
information, and since it only takes 4 days(+/-) for a CME to reach the Earth from the sun, it really would be last minute (if they bothered to tell
us at all).
NASA also isn't in the business of making distant predictions, but not that they have to. An EMP from the sun doesn't need a prediction. Its
inevitable. An EMP will
hit the Earth at some point, and as has been mentioned in this thread before, they generally come in 100-150 year
Go to SOHO's website and look at the sun, comparing last year to this year, and you can see a major increase in solar output.
People can bury their head in the sand and continue to drink the kool-aid that the Government is serving up, just like they do about the dangers of
Nuclear Energy, but just like Nuclear Power Plant Melt Downs, it isn't if
it can happen, its when
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