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AURORA WATCH: A coronal mass ejection launched from the sun's eastern limb on May 9th could deliver a glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field today. A comet dove into the sun on May 11th and seemed to trigger a massive eruption--emphasis on seemed. A comet goes in; a CME comes out. Coincidence? Probably, yes, the sequence was coincidental.
A comet goes in; a CME comes out.
Originally posted by sostoned
I came across this video, see link, that everyone should watch. I'm not sure where this guy gets his info, but he is very serious about what he has to say. Watch the video for important information.
Earthquake Warning (For Real)
Originally posted by Forevever
NASA sure makes things difficult to find on their site but I did finally get a date for the last solar eruption - on February 24th. That makes it almost exactly 2 weeks between the eruption and the earthquake in Japan
Now I don't want to say they are or are not connected but lets assume they are and lets also assume that its a rough window - for discussion sake we can say it was 13 days later, and we can assume of course that its "approximate" depending on the size of the flare and other scientific evidence I don't feel like googling, and lets assume that this current event began to take place on the 11th - and there's a whole lot of people out there thinking something major is going to happen on the 21st (cough/rapture/cough) which is 10 days away...
Its very interesting.... however, I could find no correlation between NASA solar eruptions and the Haiti issues, and NASA was actually surprised in 2006 when the Sun was unusually quiet. 2006 was the really big Indonesia quake/tsunami. However, NASA claimed the largest solar flare on record on November 4, 2003, and on November 16 (12 days later), a 7.7 earthquake was recorded in the Aleutian Islands - which seems to coincide but that also happens to be one of the most active areas for earthquakes.
Therefore I give it a 50/50 chance! Just my thoughts.