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Galactic Superwave Bubbles Seen By Fermi Gamma Ray telescope - NBC News

 
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"The face of this entire planet could be rearranged in a matter of days; not thousands or millions of years. If we haven’t learned that by now because of the hardness of the scientific heart; we’re about to."
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Be prepared for the wave emission that will hit us full force soon......
"The face of this entire planet could be rearranged in a matter of days; not thousands or millions of years. If we haven’t learned that by now because of the hardness of the scientific heart; we’re about to."
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Thanks for the info.
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Be prepared for the wave emission that will hit us full force soon......
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I don't like the word "soon". At least give me a date to call on your bs.
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Re: Galactic Superwave Bubbles Seen By Fermi Gamma Ray telescope - NBC News
"Seen By Fermi Gamma Ray telescope"

and how did they transported that telescope outside our galaxy "to see" (and "film") this bubble ?

how can you see a beam of (gamma) light which is not oriented (going to) towards you?

if they will say: through reflection with the cosmic dust, then we might ask - Then why in all the (filmed) space missions, the space is completely black (no dusty reflections), not even the stars!? (remember that NASA Al-can Moon "landing"?)

NASA BS
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Re: Galactic Superwave Bubbles Seen By Fermi Gamma Ray telescope - NBC News
This Superwave would be very very bad!
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Re: Galactic Superwave Bubbles Seen By Fermi Gamma Ray telescope - NBC News
OK, I watched the video but am not clear on what exactly could or will happen to the earth. Heard the part about gamma rays affecting our sun; would assume that means more solar flares and/or CME's?

He did say these bubbles will be what is bringing about climate change, so I certainly don't see any reason to give Al Gore any money!
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I cant count how many times I heard NASA say that things are occuring more frequently than once thpought. Thats why I take everything they say with a grain of salt. When the SHTF day comes they will say exactly the same thing to the ones who survive.
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