Earth Luckily Dodged a Huge Magnetic Bullet from the su

A massive magnetic eruption that barely missed the earth

Earth Luckily Dodged a Huge Magnetic Bullet from the sun on July 23,2012

According to the University of California, Berkeley, and Chinese researchers Recently Earth Dodges a huge Magnetic storm from the sun on July 23,2012.According to scientist a Huge magnetic outburst resulted from at least two nearly simultaneous coronal mass ejections (CMEs), which typically release energies equivalent to that of about a billion hydrogen bombs,through the solar wind at a peak speed of more than 2,000 kilometers per second, four times the typical speed of a magnetic storm. It tore through Earth’s orbit but, luckily, Earth and the other planets were on the other side of the sun at the time.Any planets in the line of sight would have suffered severe magnetic storms as the magnetic field of the outburst tangled with the planets’ own magnetic fields. The sun rotates every 25 days at the equator, so nine days earlier the ignition spot of the coronal mass ejections was pointed directly at Earth.

If this Massive magnetic storm hit the earth it would potentially destroy our electrical grid disabling satellites and GPS and disrupting our increasingly electronic lives wreaking havoc and “causing fireworks”.and it could reach trillions of dollars with a potential recovery time of 4-10 years.

The previous solar storm like Carrington Event could reach $2.6 trillion worldwide .When it happens,the extreme mode of communication at that time ,The Telegraph systems ,and it was knocked out across united states

  This movie shows a coronal mass ejection (CME) on the sun from July 22, 2012 at 10:00 PM EDT until 2 AM on July 23 as captured by NASA’s Solar Terrestrial RElations Observatory-Ahead  

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