November 9 2011
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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Space  Weather Prediction Center says that the region on the sun known as  AR11339 and affectionately called the “Benevolent Monster” will set its  sights on Earth. It will move into a position that poses the largest  risk to our planet around November 9th, 2011 and remain on a direct line  of sight with earth for the following two weeks as it rotatesthe  risk over the next two weeks of a Carrington-like event are higher now  than at anytime in the last decade. The 1859 Carrington Event, caused by  a solar flare, reportedly knocked out telegraph operations around the  world. It is believed that such an event, were it to occur today, could  potentially take down the U.S. power grid for months or years and  paralyze the entire globehttp://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/noaa-warns-of-monster-solar-storm-region-facing-earth-for-next-two-weeks_11082011

BLOW OUT SOON, FELLOW STALKER

NOAA Warns of a Solar Storm Region Facing Earth for Next Two Weeks, Carrington-like Event!

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Space Weather Prediction Center says that the region on the sun known as AR11339 and affectionately called the “Benevolent Monster” will set its sights on Earth. It will move into a position that poses the largest risk to our planet around November 9th, 2011 and remain on a direct line of sight with earth for the following two weeks as it rotates

the risk over the next two weeks of a Carrington-like event are higher now than at anytime in the last decade. The 1859 Carrington Event, caused by a solar flare, reportedly knocked out telegraph operations around the world. It is believed that such an event, were it to occur today, could potentially take down the U.S. power grid for months or years and paralyze the entire globe

http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/noaa-warns-of-monster-solar-storm-region-facing-earth-for-next-two-weeks_11082011

BLOW OUT SOON, FELLOW STALKER

  1. maskmonster reblogged this from diarrheaworldstarhiphop
  2. theonlyeaglebird reblogged this from diarrheaworldstarhiphop and added:
    lol, if only seems way blown out of proportion IMO
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  4. rosiehasasoul reblogged this from steveisoncrack and added:
    Dude, I know. I love STALKER. Solar storms, however, are up there with shit that scares me with methane being released...
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  6. steveisoncrack reblogged this from rosiehasasoul and added:
    Calm your fucking farms. This solar maximum is going to be smaller than most. It won’t be the end of the world. And...
  7. atmostis reblogged this from diarrheaworldstarhiphop and added:
    It could paralyze the economy of the planet earth. In 1859 we had a gigantic solar storm which knocked out telegraph...
  8. kajy reblogged this from diarrheaworldstarhiphop and added:
    OH FUCK NO. NONONONONONONONO.
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