On October 28, 2003, an X-45 massive solar flare was emitted by the sun. It barely missed Earth. If it had collided it would have caused trillions of dollars of damage to the electrical grid. Airlines that flew over the pole diverted their routes to lower altitudes. The Japanese ADEOS II satellite was knocked out. There are significantly different effects … Continue reading
Major Ed Dames has a killshot theory and in my opinion it is based on a large object passing between Earth and the sun. He was head of a Project Stargate, which can be researched at the link through the CIA FOIA search engine. It was passed on from the DIA to the CIA in 1995. From his own website: … Continue reading
By Guest Writer David Meade (bio and articles / forum) What if an X-60 solar flare leaps from the sun when Planet X approaches? The coronal mass ejection (CME) heads straight toward Earth. What will happen? How much warning will we have? This type of event may be our first overt sign of the nearness of the approach of Planet … Continue reading
From video description: Earth’s magnetic field is also being hit.
From video description: Cosmic rays are rising rapidly. Earth is tilting north; this is a physical pole shift combined with a magnetic polar shift. Asteroid TX68 update.
By Guest Writer David Meade (bio and articles / forum) Classifications of solar flares The highest-impact solar flares normally experienced are X-Class flares. M-Class flares have a tenth the energy and C-Class flares have a tenth of the X-ray flux seen in M-Class flares. The more powerful M- and X-Class flares are often associated with a variety of effects on … Continue reading
From video description: A solar filament release is expected to impact Earth on January 18th.
From video description: In this week’s episode, Bart Sibrel discusses the increased likelihood of a devastating solar storm due to Earth’s weakening magnetic field.
Our sun is capable of producing extreme solar flares, or “superflares,” that could wipe out GPS and electricity. Solar flares are magnificent bursts of energy that erupt from the surface of the sun hundreds of times every year. Usually they’re harmless; occasionally they mess with the electrical grid. But according to a recent study published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters, our … Continue reading
CERN is running at 13 Tev. The sun is now erupting with multiple solar filament releases. Source
A serious solar storm has been battering Earth’s magnetosphere, in the wake of a series of solar flares that erupted from a highly active sunspot over the last few days. The flashes of electromagnetic waves from the flares reach Earth in just a few minutes, but enormous bursts of charged particles — known as coronal mass ejections, or CMEs — … Continue reading
Our entire civilization is built on discoveries of the last 500 years. Everything from our Automobiles, Electronics, Computers, Refrigerators, Stoves, Furnaces, you name it. They all depend on electric wiring. Something that happened in 1858 haunts my thinking on this. The Sun went through a similar sunspot activity to what it is doing today. An eruption caused an intense magnetic … Continue reading
Our sun regularly pelts the Earth with all kinds of radiation and charged particles. How bad can these solar storms get? In today’s episode, we’re going to remind you how looking outside of the snow globe can inspire your next existential crisis. You guys remember the sun, right? Look how happy that little fella is. The sun is our friend! … Continue reading
NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, which watches the Sun constantly, captured these images of a significant solar flare — as seen in the bright flash on the left — peaking at 6:11 p.m. EDT on May 5, 2015. Each image shows a different wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light that highlights a different temperature of material on the Sun. By comparing different … Continue reading