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the resulting havoc to the economy and society.

The US would be slammed into an electronic Doomsday.

That gloomy report went under-reported and unheeded by the governments of the world. Now NASA is desperately trumpeting the danger and still most politicians turn deaf ears towards the warning and blind eyes towards the angry sun.

How severe is the threat?

People in the first world countries rely heavily upon technologies at risk from solar storms—a technology that runs financial systems, electrical power grids, water plants, air travel, farming, transportation, GPS navigation of aircraft and sea going vessels…even the daily operation of government at all levels.



During a solar superstorm most communication will be blasted out of existence; power will fail. Cities will be left without light and water and food will run out. Civil unrest will surge as society collapses in a matter of days. The US federal and state governments will be hard-pressed to restore order amongst 300 million people as mass starvation sets in and sources of fresh water dwindle.

One billion could die

Restoration of the infrastructure could take years—even a decade or more. During the interim more than a billion people could die worldwide—more if warfare breaks out between countries desperate for scarce resources.

Michio Kaku adds his voice to the warnings

World renown American astrophysicist Dr. Michio Kaku, Professor of Theoretical Physics in the City College of New York of City University of New York and the co-founder of string field theory, is worried about a potential catastrophe and has joined in NASA's warning.

Appearing recently on FoxNews, Kaku said, "We're talking about a potential Katrina from space."

But Kaku sees the disaster as 10 times greater than Katrina-perhaps even worse than that. "We'd be thrown 100 years into the past," he explained. The transition to the 1800s would occur as quicly as flipping a light switch off.

The last storm of this magnitude that hit the US occurred in 1859. If such a superstorm hits again it would paralyze the United States for months…for years…

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So maybe this is 2012...?...And we might die..?O.O

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Fiction wrote:So maybe this is 2012...?...And we might die..?O.O

Its always a possible that over a billion could die from this event if it ever takes place, but we live in a universe that was made by a creator, he could always save us...

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I believe there is a god...and possibly 2012 is a conspiracy the bible states that only god himself knows when the apocalypse will come not even Jesus Christ himself knows.

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2012 is fake

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Crow you think it is because you saw the movie, I saw the movie didn't believe it now I am researching it, it's possible.

Also, I live in Boston Massachusetts OH SHIT!

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