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NOTHING TO DO WITH WHERE

Yes I am aware that panama is close to the equator, but that is not going to make us the bullseye. when a solar flare shoots out where ever it hits it hits. The prediction is based in part on a major solar storm in 1859 that caused telegraph wires to short out in the United States and Europe,
In 1989, the sun unleashed a tempest that knocked out power to all of Quebec, Canada.

— A remarkable 2003 rampage included 10 major solar flares over a two-week period, knocking out two Earth-orbiting satellites and crippling an instrument aboard a Mars orbiter.

The race is on for better forecasting abilities, as the next peak in solar activity is expected to come around 2012.

so yes I have studied history and yes these events have happen before and will again.

I have seen what happens in the u.s. when you have a black out, looting and crime goes wild. people turn into dogs, when the power goes out down here, people build a fire, cook food on it and everyone gets together and parties. then of course we have a small baby boom 9 months later.

I'm not saying the sky is falling, I'm saying be prepared if it does.

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