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WHY? Massive Blasts Hitting Earth Continually w/ Dani Arnold-McKenny (1of2)

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Published on Feb 25, 2019

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Researcher Dani Arnold-McKenny rejoins the program to discuss the massive geomagnetic blasts that have been routinely hitting the Earth since the beginning of January. These blasts are at levels not seen by scientists in the field who have been watching and observing Earth's magnetic forces for years. We discuss the unusual events and what this could mean.

You can see more of Dani Arnold-McKenny's work at https://RTS.Earth

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