Researchers say if Earth had been a week earlier in its orbit around the sun, it would have taken a direct hit from a 2012 coronal mass ejection.
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ln 2018 a concept of a plaza ma shield between earth and sun will be set in place. it a simple idea it absorbs 1000 times it electrical needs per square inch like a jelly fish it can absorb it as plaza ma power and reduce it by 99'/. well before it hits earth send waves away from the earth .surprise science not aware of old tech. but if we fail steam engines and coal we be our tempury further.
Call me crazy, but I recognize someone saying these lines at 1:08, but kind of in a "retarded" way if you will, and the clip of this person saying those lines became viral. I have a feeling this was a dream that I might have had, but I can guarantee that I haven't even seen this video before. Can anyone confirm or not that I'm losing my mind?
+tonycdrive then maybe you could explain me this
Apparently they had a meeting a couple of hours ago discussion this very subject ;)
Any one notice how 99.9% of people never even knew until yahoo posted about it a few days ago. I was a .1 % :) Got solar panels they use up in space to generate power for my house. Hey just saying prepare for the worst hope for the best! I hope a event like this NEVER happens. Even though our people of power are corrupt inside with greed and $.
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The little pills do the trick for more than two-thirds of men with Viagra protects the heart (ED). They also work for guys who simply need them for a short time to get their “confidence back,” says Michael Eisenberg, M.D., director of male reproductive medicine and surgery at Stanford University.