By Dave Masko on 2012-01-23
STONEFIELD BEACH, Ore. – It’s like the “snap of shirts hanging on windy clothesline, and then a fountain splashed with bright color,” say locals here at Stonefield Beach when describing a typical UFO sighting that’s akin to Tuesday’s huge radiation storm on the Sun.
“There is little doubt that the cloud is heading in the general direction of Earth,” stated a NASA expert when explaining what’s coming to Earth Jan. 24 in the form of a “huge radiation storm” from rare eruptions on the Sun. For reasons, both scientific and unknown, UFO sightings occur more often when there’s “significant radiation storms;” as is the case during Tuesday’s expected “powerful solar eruption is expected to blast a stream of charged particles past Earth on Jan. 24, as the strongest radiation storm since 2005 rages on the sun,” stated a Jan. 23 MSNBC TV report; while also noting that when the “sun erupts” on Tuesday, other strange things seem to happen here on Earth, with UFO sightings rise.
When the Sun erupts
What’s been dubbed by forecasters on TV as when “the Sun erupts,” the Jan. 24 radiation storm on the Sun will be “the strongest solar radiation storm since May 2005,” reported NBC News Jan. 23; while noting that “as a precaution, polar flights on Earth are expected to be rerouted,” stated Kathy Sullivan, at the 92nd annual American Meteorological Society meeting in New Orleans Jan. 23. . . read complete report