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Published on Jul 13, 2010
Obviously not even NASA can get something like this correct. It was 1959 when the earth was last sit by a massive solar storm. The next time we get hit we will lose our modern day electronic technology for several years if it's a bad storm. I'm prepared, are you?
Some years ago NASA's own website issued a "2012 Solar Storm Warning!" Then in June of of 2010 NASA upgrades their warning telling the general public to get ready for a once in a lifetime solar storm but nothing ever happened.
(1) Are you prepared to go without power for months on end?
(2) Are you prepared for electronics to break down from a large EMP effect from the sun?
(3) Do you honestly understand how 1 and 2 above will effect your life? Credit cards will no longer work, banking systems will no longer work, the web will go down, no cellphone service, and most electronics will no longer work properly if at all. Since cars, trucks use electronic ignition, that means food trucks can't get the food to the stores, and your car most likely will not work either. Even if most vehicles manage to still work after a the earth take a direct hit from a super solar storm, most gas stations will not how power to pump gas anyway.
Things like toilet-paper, aspirin, household supplies and what food you already have will become more valuable then money itself.
This is no laughing matter. Did you know that governments world-wide have long since prepared themselves for the possibilities of a very bad solar storm? Google it.
Sooner or later, the Earth will get a direct hit from a huge x-class solar flare. The question is... how bad will things get down here on earth? Two such solar flares already took place in 2010, "but missed the earth this time" says NASA.
Be a survivor, not a statistic. Educate yourself..
Now you can no longer say you did not know better, as you've been officially warned about the pending solar storm that will eventually arrive.