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Tomorrow is 9/11 - Looks Like A Bumpy Ride

 
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09/10/2005 09:29 PM
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Tomorrow is 9/11 - Looks Like A Bumpy Ride
9/11 tomorrow, Sunday, looks to be a bumpy ride

[link to www.sec.noaa.gov]

right now solar wind speed is up to 734

lots of red KP index
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09/10/2005 09:50 PM
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Re: Tomorrow is 9/11 - Looks Like A Bumpy Ride
Alot of people take this type of post for granted...but scientfic data cannot be disputed...These flares have the possibility of doing damage...I was stationed at the US Coast Guard OMEGA Station in Kaneohe, and we had a 2500 ft antennae span across the entire Haiku Valley...our two transmitters would put out 10,000 watts in RF energy, strong enough to penetrate the polar icecaps for sub nav and light a flourescent light while holding it in your hand while standing in the parking lot., but more importantly our antennae was so strong it could pick up solar flares. Ive seen these flares be strong enough to throw our signal out of tolerance and at that point we had only 60 seconds to relay a message to all users the omega signal was no good. GPS, satnav, com and weather satellites will all be affected by this...Be most concerned about the electrmoagnetic force on the earth...curious to see some data if any floating around out there... nospam





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