Massive solar storm to hit Earth in 2012 with ‘force of 100m bombs’

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Thu, Aug 26 12:50 PM

Melbourne, Aug 26 (ANI): Astronomers are predicting that a massive solar storm, much bigger in potential than the one that caused spectacular light shows on Earth earlier this month, is to strike our planet in 2012 with a force of 100 million hydrogen bombs. Despite its rebuttal, NASA’s been watching out for this storm since 2006 and reports from the US this week claim the storms could hit on that most Hollywood of disaster dates – 2012. So goes Obama, so goes the world.!

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One Response to “Massive solar storm to hit Earth in 2012 with ‘force of 100m bombs’”

  • Loren:

    In the early morning hours of Sunday Aug 1, a CME (coronal mass ejection) occurred. See JPEG image,
    Quicktime Mov,
    Video on CME.

    Even if the CME knocks out your electronics, it does make for some spectacular auroras.