Originally posted by dulce5cinco
What if Nuclear war is being instigated to prevent people from seeing the documentary Sirius about proven Alien contact and technology repression. This film will change the world if it is convincing enough. I'm sure Dr. Steven Greer's life, and the lives of those who have touched a mummified humanoid ET, will never be the same. It was just a few months ago I saw a thread outlining threats the US made to Japan for noticing their presence entering North Korea? Makes one wonder.
Originally posted by FlyersFan
SpaceWeather.com says it'll be a 'glancing blow' .... in other words, we won't get hit head on so it won't be a big deal. We may get lucky and see some northern lights from it. I hope so. That's at the top of my 'bucket list'. I've never seen them and really want to ....
NASA officials dubbed today's solar flare as a "spring fling" for the sun, which has been relatively calm as it heads into its peak activity period.
Today's M-class solar flare was about 10 times weaker than X-class flares, which are the strongest flares the sun can unleash. M-class solar flares are the weakest solar events that can still trigger space weather effects near Earth, such as communications interruptions or spectacular northern lights displays.
The solar flare triggered a short-lived radio communications blackout on Earth that registered as an R2 event (on a scale of R1 to R5), according to space weather scales maintained NOAA, Fox added.
Originally posted by Bleeeeep
reply to post by zedoapocalipse2012
do we wrap our stuff in tin foil now or can we wait til the night of the 12th?