Today’s Sun has started to awaken not only the science community


May 16, 2013 Sola Flares? Have you heard of them?
Well, I have been watching since I learned of these back when the end of the world was to change in December 2012. That stuff never interested me, as I have watched this world is going to end since I was a little tiny tot. After awhile you get use to all the crack pots. But, I am more interested at checking out other facts and comparing reports from our ruthless dirty underhanded low life Government and Science with other known facts that I will keep to myself for now.
Today’s Sun has started to awaken not only the science community, but also our corrupt Government with concerns. After all the flares are getting let’s say closer and will be in direct line with the earth in less than seven days from today. Yea, I know a weks notice is not much advance warning. means that people are not too excited until this morning anyway. What has some people including myself decide to mention this? Well, I have I suppose you could say build in radar is how I like to say it. If something is going to happen and I know when as well as to who then I wish to warn them. Of course as I have stated for years, no one ever listens and if anyone wished to travel back in time, you can see I have given good warnings. What do I expect in less than a week if this solar flares continue to climb from the photo’s I will show you that I have been tracking with a few science people that also is now concerned. I think when I spoke to one last night, he stated there would be less than a days notice to warn people. But, what would you say to people? Oh that there will be no electrical power for a few years, no gas pumps or internet ah heck with it. If it takes power then we will be back in the dark ages for a few years. Why is no one saying anything as they did with that 2012? Let you think on that for awhile and if should the news decide to release something in a day or two from people like me and others releasing the stories now. Should you be concerned? No not really, I would be concerned say if no internet, no lights and things just go silient. Then why even worry. Nothing anyone can do about it. It’s going to be a very hot summer. But, enjoy the following and let’s hope that the sun backs off with it’s coughing out all that heat!
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Photo released by NASA on May 16 shows the X2.8-class flare emitted by the sun on May 13, 2013, peaking at 12:05 p.m. EDT. This is the the strongest X-class flare of 2013 so far, surpassing in strength the X1.7-class flare that occurred 14 hours earlier. These images capture the violent moment the sun experiences one of its largest solar storms of the year as particles are blasted out at 1,200 miles per second. Solar flares, which are the greatest explosive events we experience, take place on the Sun when energy stored in twisted magnetic fields is suddenly released. The bursts of radiation aren’t a threat to humans, although when powerful enough they can disturb the atmosphere in the layer where GPS and communications signals travel. NASA has now released images of a series of violent explosions over the weekend – where it recorded the two largest flares of the year. [Photo: CFP]
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Photo released by NASA on May 16 shows the X1.7-class solar flare emmited by the Sun on May 12, 2013. These images capture the violent moment the sun experiences one of its largest solar storms of the year as particles are blasted out at 1,200 miles per second. Solar flares, which are the greatest explosive events we experience, take place on the Sun when energy stored in twisted magnetic fields is suddenly released. The bursts of radiation aren’t a threat to humans, although when powerful enough they can disturb the atmosphere in the layer where GPS and communications signals travel. NASA has now released images of a series of violent explosions over the weekend – where it recorded the two largest flares of the year. [Photo: CFP]
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NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captures a X1.2 class solar flare on May 14, 2013. Solar activity continued on May 14, 2013, as the sun emitted a fourth X-class flare from its upper left limb, peaking at 9:48 p.m. EDT. This flare is classified as an X1.2 flare and it is the 18th X-class flare of the current solar cycle. The flare caused a radio blackout categorized as an R3, or strong, on NOAA’s space weather scales from R1 to R5 — which has since subsided. [Photo: CFP]

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