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Eruptions from the Sun move Less Like Bullets, More Like a Sneeze: A Sneeze that Could Blow Out All the Lights on Earth

Solar Flares and Solar Energetic Particles emitted by the Sun’s ‘solar storms’ may cause severe radio interference on Earth and endanger astronauts and spacecraft, but the most dangerous part of a ‘solar storm’ for Earthlings is a Coronal Mass Ejection, (CME) – which occurs when magnetic reconnection on the Sun’s surface “pinches off” a giant loop of magnetic field, blasting off a big chunk of the Sun’s super-hot plasma. 919 more words


Uncovered FEMA Report Warns: 4-10 Years WITHOUT ELECTRICITY After Major Solar Storm

Written by: Daniel Jennings

A perfect solar storm similar to one that slammed into Earth in 1859 would knock out the United States electric grid for four to 10 years if it hit today, an unpublished report from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) indicates. 446 more words


FEMA: "The Threat Is Real" - Unpublished Internal Report Warns 4-10 Years Without Electricity After Major Solar Storm

An unpublished internal FEMA report has finally been obtained via an FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request, which highlights the extent of damage a major solar storm, what they call the “100 year geomagnetic storm,” would do to critical infrastructure in the U.S., including “Significant power grid collapses,” which “could require 4-10 years to fully restore.” 82 more words

FEMA Is Preparing For A Solar Storm That Would Take Out The Grid

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Administration) is planning for a massive solar storm that would be so strong, it would take down the power grid. Noting that the rare, yet “high-consequence” scenario has “the potential for catastrophic impact on our nation and FEMA’s ability to respond.” 108 more words

Simon Parkes News Updates, May 28th- 2017

Simon’s Bio at the bottom of this piece.

As always, do your research, use your discernment, and find the truth that speaks to you.

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NASA Is Finally Sending a Mission to Touch the Sun — TIME

NASA has visited some awfully impressive places in the past 60 years, so it’s something of a wonder that the space agency hasn’t found its way to the sun by now.

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