“The world began to end on 12th May 2024”

Interesting article about solar storms from three years ago.

“The world began to end on 12th May 2024, though another 309 years would pass before our species finally went extinct. The apocalypse was not the result of one thing, unless that one thing was that we repeatedly ignored signs that industrial civilisation had become increasingly fragile, even as it grew ever more powerful. But our end very definitely had a trigger. A burst of charged plasma from the sun caused the sudden, simultaneous collapse of numerous electrical grids across the world, setting in motion a cascade of devastating failures from which humanity would never recover.”

How the sun could wipe us out – UnHerd

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MEDIA ADVISORY: NOAA Forecasts Severe Solar Storm; Media Availability Scheduled for Friday, May 10 | NOAA / NWS Space Weather Prediction Center

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11 Responses to “The world began to end on 12th May 2024”

  1. Disillusioned says:

    The end won’t happen that way. How do we know that? Man-made CO2 is stronger than El Sol, and CO2 is the climate control knob, which will dictate the tipping point leading to our demise. Not the Sun. Ask any climate alarmunist. 😉

    However, we may be able to see Aurora Borealis tonight if we have clear skies. 🙂

  2. Paul Marks says:

    Speaker Gingrich repeatedly warned about this – and so have many others. It is hard not to draw the conclusion that the international elite, or some of them, actually want the power grid to be knocked out by a solar storm (perhaps because of their obsession with reducing the population of the Earth). They have been repeatedly warned, and the cost of hardening the grid would be a tiny fraction of what the elite waste on other things, yet the grid remains exposed and vulnerable.

  3. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Bret Weinstein is an evolutionary biologist, and he and his wife apply their PhD scientific education to everything, and because they understand evolution, and most people allegedly don’t, they get it right when no one else can. Don’t get me wrong, I love their Dark Horse podcasts and sometimes reference them here, BUT they are quite capable of chasing leprechauns down rabbit holes in areas of knowledge where they aren’t that qualified.
    I’ll throw a few things out there. I’m not that good on the evolution of man, but I do recall that at one point the human population dropped to a few hundred people, and even though they had no advanced knowledge about the universe or even how to farm, the human race survived. Do you think that if the electric grid went down FOREVER, that all human knowledge would be lost and hence civilization would die, even the human race would die? It’s not very deep thinking, in my opinion.
    Second, if the electric grid went down, do you think it would be forever? Maybe a week, maybe a month, but not forever.
    Third, even if it went down FOREVER, how do you think the first homes and towns were electrified? Local generators, much like the one my brother has that supplies his house and could supply his neighbors’ as well.
    Now if you are suggesting that a prolonged flow of high energy plasma were to hit Earth, like a gamma ray burster, then maybe all life facing the sun would die, and maybe all life on the night side would struggle in the morning, but I bet that almost every species would survive to reinhabit the entire planet.

    • arn says:

      Somehow I doubt that the human population dropped down to a few hundred.

      I absolutely can not imagine that it is even possible to track down any species back to such low numbers on a global level as soon as we go back beyond the 19th century.
      Probably even now it is impossible for 99% of species.

      This would literally mean that all but one tribe got wiped out.
      This would also mean that many other species suffered in a similar way =
      nothing left to hunt for a few hundred people with a life expectancy of 20 years.
      Considering that even in modern times new tribes have been discovered I’d guess that at least 10K survivors are needed to leave behind evidence that survived thousands of years that has a realistic chance to be found so experts can make up their theories .

      • Conrad Ziefle says:

        You might be right, but some informative programming which I saw said it happened. As we know, at least half of all scientific studies are erroneous. Too many youngsters getting advanced degrees and generally not giving a shit whether they are proving truth, so long as the advisory committee declares them successful.

        • arn says:

          I think this number was set so low to get attention.

          IMO if this was really the case that human population went down to a few hundreds
          our genetics should be more identical and the variety way lower , especially as the chief survivor would have monopolised a significant number of females for reproduction.

          According to ” Experts” 0.5 % of worlds population are relatives of Dschinghis Khan – and there were already 450mio people on that planet in the 12th century.
          Imagine if there were only a few hundred.

        • Conrad Ziefle says:

          Yeah, I’ve heard that thing about the Khan before. Wouldn’t he have to have been copulating every moment of his life for that to be true, considering that the planet population was estimated at 450 million?

  4. Robertvd says:

    I do believe that the sun is capable of causing much bigger events than the Carrington event or what we had in recent days. Rock ‘Art’ all over this planet showing plasma formations in the sky are proof of that. There must have been a reason why people in the past lived in caves and underground for a while.

  5. Richard E Fritz says:

    we need a complete failure of the Electrical grid in CA OR WA NY Chicago – the ONLY WAY people wake up is when they are dying and suffering

  6. Joe says:

    I don’t know about the U.S., but all of Canada’s nuclear power plants have multiple levels of protection, & in addition,
    “While rare, North American power utilities have now implemented safety mechanisms to protect power grids from power fluctuations that could be caused by solar flares.”:

  7. Conrad Ziefle says:

    An electronics engineer told me that the current solar magnetic burst is still in play here. He suggested that a whole house electric surge protector might be a good investment. Anyone have any thoughts on it? Clearly, the solar system is a dangerous place, and it is too bad we have wasted tons of resources on the voodoo of climate change when a rational, science based society would have hardened the electrical system.

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