Do you know who Jesse Ventura is? He is the outspoken ex-governor of Minnesota. You either love or hate him. Recently, he did an investigative TV show on the 2012 end of the world prophecy and an alleged conspiracy by our government to hide the truth of the potential perils associated with that date.

Conspiracies and prophecies aside, Governor Ventura uncovered some interesting scientific publications that have not received much press.

According to National Academy of Sciences in a report commissioned by NASA and published in 2009, our Sun’s solar flare activity is expected to peak in 2012. Disturbingly, the report compares this forecasted activity with the solar outbreak of 1859 that fried telegraph wires throughout the modern world.

Do you think that solar flare activity would cause a major if not catastrophic disruption of our lifestyle like the movie, 2012? Sit back. The National Academy of Sciences estimates that, “A contemporary repetition of the [1859] event would cause significantly more extensive (and possibly catastrophic) social and economic disruptions.”

What does that mean? In a NASA report summarizing the Academy of Sciences report, NASA estimates that the damage would reach 1 to 2 Trillion dollars in damages.

Let’s compare that to Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Katrina cost us an estimated 80 to 125 Billion dollars. 1 to 2 Trillion is 1000 to 2000 times greater! I think you would agree that is a significant difference!

It is not the dollars. It is the collateral damage, the social damage. Water, sewage, refrigeration, fuel, all these and more would be damaged if not eliminated. Due to the technological infrastructure, rebuilding our electric grid could take years. Are you prepared? Not many of us are.

Alarmingly, NASA’s Themis satellites now show that the magnetic shield that protects us from the Sun’s deadly emissions has holes in it. With a solar emission of large proportions, we can only guess at the consequences.

Whatever you may think about the Mayan 2012 end of the world prophesy, science has some very disturbing predictions for 2012. I believe in science. It gives humanity some sense of truth. We all know science cannot explain many things. Some things are left to faith. But, when science and the metaphysical meet, perhaps it is time to pay attention.

The Mayans predicted the end of the world, as we know it, in 2012. Scientists know that our Sun is in a valley of solar flares, it peaks in cycles. The National Academy of Sciences and NASA predict the end of the valley and a peak of a new cycle for 2012. Coincidence? I don’t know.

Are you willing to take the chance that the New Agers and the doomsday soothsayers are wrong?

Decide for yourself. Is 2012 the end of the world []? Prepare for the possibilities. Why not be prepared and arm yourself with knowledge?


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