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Interesting? :o all the electricity goes off and all satelite goes off :o

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_TzIUlaQok&feature=player_embedded

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-IxkwLx-6c&feature=player_embedded

* Solar cycle 24 just got started a few days back. The sun announced it with a major solar flare (Big Flare Portends Beginning of Solar Cycle 24).

Solar flares rise and fall on an 11-year cycle, and last year marked what scientists thought was the solar minimum. But through the beginning of 2009, the sun stayed unusually quiet. That changed yesterday, when a major sunspot appeared on the backside of the sun, where it was captured by NASA’s STEREO instrument.

“This is the biggest event we’ve seen in a year or so,” said Michael Kaiser, research scientist with the heliophysics division at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. “Does this mean we’re finished with the minimum or not? It’s hard to say. This could be it. It’s got us all excited.”

People have been counting sunspots since Galileo first observed one in the early 17th century. Through the 28 cycles that have been well-documented, stretching from 1745 to today, the average cycle length has been 11 years, but shorter and longer cycles have been observed. (The polarity of solar storms also alternates, so technically, a full cycle is 22 years.)

For unknown reasons, the current solar minimum has lasted longer than normal. “It’s been a long solar minimum, the longest and deepest one through the last hundred years, but not out of the extreme ordinary,” Kaiser said.

* The next solar maximum is in 2012. Will we see Corona Mass Ejections (CME) like that of 1859? FirstScience.com reports :

Scientists are finally beginning to properly understand a historic solar storm in 1859. One day, the storm, which was the most potent disruption of Earth’s ionosphere in recorded history could happen again.

Newly uncovered scientific data of recorded history’s most massive space storm is helping a NASA scientist investigate its intensity and the probability that what occurred on Earth and in the heavens almost a century-and-a-half ago could happen again.

In scientific circles where solar flares, magnetic storms and other unique solar events are discussed, the occurrences of September 1-2, 1859, are the star stuff of legend. Even 144 years ago, many of Earth’s inhabitants realized something momentous had just occurred. Within hours, telegraph wires in both the United States and Europe spontaneously shorted out, causing numerous fires, while the Northern Lights, solar-induced phenomena more closely associated with regions near Earth’s North Pole, were documented as far south as Rome, Havana and Hawaii, with similar effects at the South Pole.

What happened in 1859 was a combination of several events that occurred on the Sun at the same time. If they took place separately they would be somewhat notable events. But together they caused the most potent disruption of Earth’s ionosphere in recorded history. “What they generated was the perfect space storm,” says Bruce Tsurutani, a plasma physicist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

To begin to understand the perfect space storm you must first begin to understand the gargantuan numbers with which plasma physicists like Tsurutani work every day. At over 1.4 million kilometres (869,919 miles) wide, the Sun contains 99.86 percent of the mass of the entire solar system: well over a million Earths could fit inside its bulk. The total energy radiated by the Sun averages 383 billion trillion kilowatts, the equivalent of the energy generated by 100 billion tons of TNT exploding each and every second.

But the energy released by the Sun is not always constant. Close inspection of the Sun’s surface reveals a turbulent tangle of magnetic fields and boiling arc-shaped clouds of hot plasma dappled by dark, roving sunspots.

What transpired during the dog days of summer 1859, across the 150 million-kilometre (about 93 million-mile) chasm of interplanetary space that separates the Sun and Earth, was this: on August 28, solar observers noted the development of numerous sunspots on the Sun’s surface. Sunspots are localized regions of extremely intense magnetic fields. These magnetic fields intertwine, and the resulting magnetic energy can generate a sudden, violent release of energy called a solar flare. From August 28 to September 2 several solar flares were observed. Then, on September 1, the Sun released a mammoth solar flare. For almost an entire minute the amount of sunlight the Sun produced at the region of the flare actually doubled.

“With the flare came this explosive release of a massive cloud of magnetically charged plasma called a coronal mass ejection,” said Tsurutani. “Not all coronal mass ejections head toward Earth. Those that do usually take three to four days to get here. This one took all of 17 hours and 40 minutes,” he noted.

Not only was this coronal mass ejection an extremely fast mover, the magnetic fields contained within it were extremely intense and in direct opposition with Earth’s magnetic fields. That meant the coronal mass ejection of September 1, 1859, overwhelmed Earth’s own magnetic field, allowing charged particles to penetrate into Earth’s upper atmosphere. The endgame to such a stellar event is one heck of a light show and more – including potential disruptions of electrical grids and communications systems.

Back in 1859 the invention of the telegraph was only 15 years old and society’s electrical framework was truly in its infancy. A 1994 solar storm caused major malfunctions to two communications satellites, disrupting newspaper, network television and nationwide radio service throughout Canada. Other storms have affected systems ranging from cell phone service and TV signals to GPS systems and electrical power grids. In March 1989, a solar storm much less intense than the perfect space storm of 1859 caused the Hydro-Quebec (Canada) power grid to go down for over nine hours, and the resulting damages and loss in revenue were estimated to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

http://socioecohistory.wordpress.com/2009/05/09/nasa-warns-of-super-solar-storm-2012/

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this is true. sooner or later the electricity will have to disappear because in the end times literature we are going to fight with horses.

it might happen in 2012 or earlier or later.

yea your rite...ppl will be fighting with sowrads n pebbels near the end times........ no more of n e tecnology will b left...........

END TIME IS NEAR :cry:

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Where are your manners?

If you do not like their ideology then at least respect their opinions so you get your opinions respected back even though they may disagree with your ideology

Who are you to judge his/her love for the Prophet (pbuh) ?

Allah is the one that knows what is in the people's hearts, not you.

Do you think Allah is pleased with you by now?

Allah brought a religion of peace, discussion and respect not a religion of calling other people with mocking names and creating arguments.

As for the info by beetleking, thanks for sharing this and Allah is the All-Knowing. ^_^

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Salam All,

We should never set a date for the re-appearance. It depends on when we have sincere 313 people ready to scrafices themselves or even their kids like Prophet Ibrahim (as) did, then Allah swt will bring His Mercy upon the believers in sha Allah soon.

In chapter 55 (THE MERCIFUL ÇáÑÍãä) there are 31 repetitions of a verse that comes after every time God reminds us of a certain bounty He is bestowing upon both worlds of humans and genies and asks:

“What other bounties of your Sustainer, do you still not believe?”

“ÝóÈöÃóìøö ÁóÇáóÇٓÁö ÑóÈøößõãóÇ ÊõßóÐøöÈóÇäö”

Not only 31 is prime number but also the sum of its positions:

13 + 16 + 18 + 21 + 23 + 25 + 28 + 30 + 32 + 34 + 36 + 38 + 40 + 42 + 45 + 47 + 49 + 51 + 53 + 55 + 57 + 59 + 61 + 63 + 65 + 67 + 69 + 71 + 73 + 75 + 77 = 1433 is a prime number too.

We are now living in the Islamic year 1431 AH, the 1433 could be a 1433AH which is equal to 2012.

But this could be can become is if we count the number of words in The Merciful chapter and find it 355 (inc bismAllah) which is the same number of days in an Islamic year (lunar based, actually 354 or 355 but 1433AH will in sha Allah have 355 days as per the Hijri Calendar).

If 1433 is a reference to 1433AH (which I believe to be true 100%) then each word of the chapter points to a day in that yea and first occurence of the special verse at position 13 will occur on 7th January 2012 and the last will end on 7th Novmeber 2012. Nothing to do with the Mayan / Western predictions of 21 December 2012.

Also note the special verse above has 4 words in Arabic and so whatever going to repeat 31 times will last 4 days each time.

In sha Allah a Mercy from The Merciful comes our way.

Final I hope I ma wrong but using a reverse process on the same 31 positions (13, 16, ...77) I also found a reference to the year 1619 AH which is 2192AD.

Arranging these numbers right to left (Arabic direction), we get a 62-digit number that is only divisible by 7 as follow:

77757371696765636159575553514947454240383634323028252321181613 = 7 * 11108195956680805165653650502135350605769090617575464617311659

And separating the result into 2-digit numbers and sum them up:

11+10+81+95+95+66+80+80+51+65+65+36+50+50+21+35+35+06+05+76+90+90+61+75+75+46+46+17+31+16+59

= 1619 prime and its digit sum 1+6+1+9=17 is prime too.

Plus using the Quranic initials, Rashad Khalifa found the number 1709 but for lack of understanding how special prime numbers are he mistakenly changed it to 1710 to make it divisible by 19.

Please note that 1433, 1619, 1709 are all prime numbers with prime digit sums too (1+4+3+3=11, 1+6+1+9=17, 1+7+0+9=17), such prime numbers are called additive prime numbers. which are strongly hint to by Allah swt in chapter Al-Fatiha (The Key) which consists of 7 verses, 29 words, 139 letters that are all primes and their digit sums (7=7, 2+9=11, 1+3+9=13) are primes too.

And to add more evidence I developed a new numerology based on Prime Numbers with elf=2, baa=3, taa=5, thaa=7, ..., yaa=107 and applied it to The Key chapter and got a total primalogy value for the 139 letters of 8317, a prime with a prime digit sum (8+3+1+7=19).

So next few generations should look out for the year 1619 AH too :)

And God knows best.

Ali Adams

<prime numbers are God's signature>

Quran and 2012 at http://www.heliwave.com

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Peace!

(I don't have it in me to lecture you on what your parents have surely lectured you on)

Thank you brother for defending me.

Brother, nero, if this was not relevant I would never have posted it here.

Now that the two subjects are merged I have deleted the only other replica, not throusands.

Peace to all and may Allah guide us to His right path and count us amongst the 313 or their subordinates in sha Allah, in sha Allah, in sha Allah, soon soon soon soon soon.

Ali

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Interesting? :o all the electricity goes off and all satelite goes off :o

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_TzIUlaQok&feature=player_embedded

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-IxkwLx-6c&feature=player_embedded

* Solar cycle 24 just got started a few days back. The sun announced it with a major solar flare (Big Flare Portends Beginning of Solar Cycle 24).

Solar flares rise and fall on an 11-year cycle, and last year marked what scientists thought was the solar minimum. But through the beginning of 2009, the sun stayed unusually quiet. That changed yesterday, when a major sunspot appeared on the backside of the sun, where it was captured by NASA’s STEREO instrument.

“This is the biggest event we’ve seen in a year or so,” said Michael Kaiser, research scientist with the heliophysics division at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. “Does this mean we’re finished with the minimum or not? It’s hard to say. This could be it. It’s got us all excited.”

People have been counting sunspots since Galileo first observed one in the early 17th century. Through the 28 cycles that have been well-documented, stretching from 1745 to today, the average cycle length has been 11 years, but shorter and longer cycles have been observed. (The polarity of solar storms also alternates, so technically, a full cycle is 22 years.)

For unknown reasons, the current solar minimum has lasted longer than normal. “It’s been a long solar minimum, the longest and deepest one through the last hundred years, but not out of the extreme ordinary,” Kaiser said.

* The next solar maximum is in 2012. Will we see Corona Mass Ejections (CME) like that of 1859? FirstScience.com reports :

Scientists are finally beginning to properly understand a historic solar storm in 1859. One day, the storm, which was the most potent disruption of Earth’s ionosphere in recorded history could happen again.

Newly uncovered scientific data of recorded history’s most massive space storm is helping a NASA scientist investigate its intensity and the probability that what occurred on Earth and in the heavens almost a century-and-a-half ago could happen again.

In scientific circles where solar flares, magnetic storms and other unique solar events are discussed, the occurrences of September 1-2, 1859, are the star stuff of legend. Even 144 years ago, many of Earth’s inhabitants realized something momentous had just occurred. Within hours, telegraph wires in both the United States and Europe spontaneously shorted out, causing numerous fires, while the Northern Lights, solar-induced phenomena more closely associated with regions near Earth’s North Pole, were documented as far south as Rome, Havana and Hawaii, with similar effects at the South Pole.

What happened in 1859 was a combination of several events that occurred on the Sun at the same time. If they took place separately they would be somewhat notable events. But together they caused the most potent disruption of Earth’s ionosphere in recorded history. “What they generated was the perfect space storm,” says Bruce Tsurutani, a plasma physicist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

To begin to understand the perfect space storm you must first begin to understand the gargantuan numbers with which plasma physicists like Tsurutani work every day. At over 1.4 million kilometres (869,919 miles) wide, the Sun contains 99.86 percent of the mass of the entire solar system: well over a million Earths could fit inside its bulk. The total energy radiated by the Sun averages 383 billion trillion kilowatts, the equivalent of the energy generated by 100 billion tons of TNT exploding each and every second.

But the energy released by the Sun is not always constant. Close inspection of the Sun’s surface reveals a turbulent tangle of magnetic fields and boiling arc-shaped clouds of hot plasma dappled by dark, roving sunspots.

What transpired during the dog days of summer 1859, across the 150 million-kilometre (about 93 million-mile) chasm of interplanetary space that separates the Sun and Earth, was this: on August 28, solar observers noted the development of numerous sunspots on the Sun’s surface. Sunspots are localized regions of extremely intense magnetic fields. These magnetic fields intertwine, and the resulting magnetic energy can generate a sudden, violent release of energy called a solar flare. From August 28 to September 2 several solar flares were observed. Then, on September 1, the Sun released a mammoth solar flare. For almost an entire minute the amount of sunlight the Sun produced at the region of the flare actually doubled.

“With the flare came this explosive release of a massive cloud of magnetically charged plasma called a coronal mass ejection,” said Tsurutani. “Not all coronal mass ejections head toward Earth. Those that do usually take three to four days to get here. This one took all of 17 hours and 40 minutes,” he noted.

Not only was this coronal mass ejection an extremely fast mover, the magnetic fields contained within it were extremely intense and in direct opposition with Earth’s magnetic fields. That meant the coronal mass ejection of September 1, 1859, overwhelmed Earth’s own magnetic field, allowing charged particles to penetrate into Earth’s upper atmosphere. The endgame to such a stellar event is one heck of a light show and more – including potential disruptions of electrical grids and communications systems.

Back in 1859 the invention of the telegraph was only 15 years old and society’s electrical framework was truly in its infancy. A 1994 solar storm caused major malfunctions to two communications satellites, disrupting newspaper, network television and nationwide radio service throughout Canada. Other storms have affected systems ranging from cell phone service and TV signals to GPS systems and electrical power grids. In March 1989, a solar storm much less intense than the perfect space storm of 1859 caused the Hydro-Quebec (Canada) power grid to go down for over nine hours, and the resulting damages and loss in revenue were estimated to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

http://socioecohistory.wordpress.com/2009/05/09/nasa-warns-of-super-solar-storm-2012/

sounds exciting!

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