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In Bealeton, Virginia, larks were stirred from their sleep at 1 a.m. and began to warble. (Unfortunately for them, a conductor on the Orange & Alexandria Railroad was also awake and shot three of them dead.)
Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
reply to post by curiouswa
Let me be the first to say; if there is any merit to this, it could be about time for our Pineal gland's to finally wake up. I'm waiting in the day the Great Architect will flip that switch to open up our third eyes.
Scientific facts:There is a relationship (magnetic universe) between planets and the sun. During alignments, the flow or electric flow causes a "pull" or "tug" with earthquakes corresponding to these types of alignments. Historic facts show that certain alignments are more powerful in terms of "pulling/tugging" than other types of alignments. Add to that the largest asteroid in our solar system (that we've found that is) and there is strong evidence that the Sun will be aggravated to the point of producing an X-flare.
Earlier this year, a team of Japanese physicists discovered a spike in 14C in tree rings of Japanese cedars dating from the 774–75 growing season. But they were unable to explain where that 14C might have come from because all possible explanations appeared unlikely. But Adrian Melott, a physicist at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, who is the lead author of the new study, says that the Japanese team made a miscalculation in ruling out one of these possibilities — a giant solar storm.
If the 774–75 event was indeed a flare, it’s a disturbing find. Such a flare would be about 60 times more powerful than the 1989 solar storm that knocked out power to much of Quebec for nine hours on a cold winter night. Multiply that by 60 and add two decades of increased technological vulnerability, and the effects might be disastrous. “A lot of people could die,” Melott says. “You could have power out for months or longer — no refrigerated food, no food being transported to all the people who live in big cities.”
After these estimates were made, we noted a new study14 of upper limits on energetic events at the Sun. An event of the energy resulting from our scaling lies just at their upper limits for an event that might appear every thousand years or so. Therefore a solar proton event appears to be a possible cause, which demands further exploration of a potential massive threat to modern civilization.