With Obama uncaringly taking our country and possibly the world to hell in a handbasket probably on an Islamic built slide to oblivion, the Mayan Calendar or more closely their several combined calendars had long predicted the 2012 Winter Solstice to be the end of the world.
In their calculations the alignment of the Sun with a Black Hole in that part of 2012 would create a devastating electro-magnetic, solar wind storm - sucked from the Sun into that Black Hole and this time the Planet Earth would be directly in between and the blast would be strong enough to move oceans, change gravity and level mountains. So imagine what it will do to cities, humanity or animals.
There won't be much left to worry about - nor probably anyone left to worry.
That's all only a bit over a year from now! In that scenario who cares about what Obambi and his wrecking crew do?
Well, it depends.
While my advice is to be happy and not worry, I still would not want to see this piece of evil go out triumphantly instead of November elections totally paralyzing his activities. And making him as miserable in his last year or so as he is making all of us "we the people".
However he seems to have received and accepted the Mayan message and plans to spend his days vacationing, living high off the hog and not worrying about anything other than inflicting his hate of America onto all of us while he still can.
Massive solar storm to hit Earth in 2012 with 'force of 100 MILLION HYDROGEN bombs'
Melbourne: Astronomers are predicting that a massive solar storm, much bigger in potential than the one that caused spectacular light shows on Earth earlier this month, is to strike our planet in 2012 with a force of 100 million hydrogen bombs.
Several US media outlets have reported that NASA was warning the massive flare this month was just a precursor to a massive solar storm building that had the potential to wipe out the entire planet's power grid.
Despite its rebuttal, NASA's been watching out for this storm since 2006 and reports from the US this week claim the storms could hit on that most Hollywood of disaster dates - 2012.
Similar storms back in 1859 and 1921 caused worldwide chaos, wiping out telegraph wires on a massive scale. The 2012 storm has the potential to be even more disruptive.
"The general consensus among general astronomers (and certainly solar astronomers) is that this coming Solar maximum (2012 but possibly later into 2013) will be the most violent in 100 years," News.com.au quoted astronomy lecturer and columnist Dave Reneke as saying.
"A bold statement and one taken seriously by those it will affect most, namely airline companies, communications companies and anyone working with modern GPS systems.
"They can even trip circuit breakers and knock out orbiting satellites, as has already been done this year," added Reneke.
No one really knows what effect the 2012-2013 Solar Max will have on today's digital-reliant society.
Dr Richard Fisher, director of NASA's Heliophysics division, told Reneke the super storm would hit like "a bolt of lightning", causing catastrophic consequences for the world's health, emergency services and national security unless precautions are taken.
NASA said that a recent report by the National Academy of Sciences found that if a similar storm occurred today, it could cause "1 to 2 trillion dollars in damages to society's high-tech infrastructure and require four to 10 years for complete recovery".
100 MILLION hydrogen bombs will do only this amount of infrastrcture damage? ARE YOU KIDDING?
The reason for the concern comes as the sun enters a phase known as Solar Cycle 24.
Most experts agree, although those who put the date of Solar Max in 2012 are getting the most press.
They claim satellites will be aged by 50 years, rendering GPS even more useless than ever, and the blast will have the equivalent energy of 100 million hydrogen bombs.
"We know it is coming but we don't know how bad it is going to be," Fisher told Reneke.
"Systems will just not work. The flares change the magnetic field on the Earth and it's rapid, just like a lightning bolt. That's the solar effect," he added.
The findings are published in the most recent issue of Australasian Science. (ANI)