The Sun sends us a wake-up call

Two powerful solar events erupted from the Sun over the past couple of days. While they both missed Earth, 'we are very lucky they did,' Ben Davidson of the Suspicious Observers said in the video.

The solar maximum is building now, and Earth's magnetic field continues weakening.

It's never too late to start preparing.

Featured image and video courtesy Ben Davidson


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Comments

xXx 2 months ago

Our lovely dear gorgeous planet once again took the shot for us yet we are poisoning it in return

Jamal Shrair 3 months ago

ANOTHER CLEAR EVIDENCE OF CHANGING SUN AND JAMAL SHRAIR KNOWS THE CAUSE................The high rate of cosmic rays, in spite of the huge increase in solar activity, shows clearly the misunderstanding of how the Sun is functioning. Usually, when solar activity increases, the rate decreases enormously. Now, it is not the case anymore, data from cosmic ray detectors show high rate even during intense solar flares. https://lnkd.in/eQ3_7U3

Jamal Shrair 3 months ago

Real Science Never Failed (If the Sun is misunderstood, Earth science cannot be a real science)............................It is not science that failed, but rather the myth makers are the ones who have been exposed and failed. And, I assure you, that the myth of man-made climate change will be exposed entirely and its supporters will have no shelter left in the coming a few months. I have been saying for the last seven years, that the spiraling up of the Sun above the galactic plane is approaching its limit and that will induce major changes to the Sun and all the planets of the solar system. The nearer the Sun gets to its highest possible position, the more intense is the energetic solar events and the bigger is the impact on Earth's physical systems. Furthermore, and most importantly, when the Sun reaches the highest point, the Earth will complete the reversal of its magnetic field. https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-57863205?fbclid=IwAR0D9ZjJJbspLFdfTgbfXb1Na0u0NEfpD6yylpgItTOPYUu7zddpUNxjQF4

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