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Planet Earth: Extreme Makeover

Planet Earth: Extreme Makeover
And Darkness came over the Earth. The stars of Heaven and the constellations thereof gave not their light: the Sun was darkened in his going forth, and the Moon did not cause her light to shine. The sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood; and the stars of Heaven fell to the Earth. Nation rose against nation and kingdom against kingdom: and there were great earthquakes in divers places, and floods and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs from Heaven. And upon the Earth there was great distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and waves roaring; men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which were coming to pass on the Earth: for truly the powers of Heaven were shaken. Then the days came, in which there was not left one stone upon another, that was not thrown down. The cities became piles of rubble, the beautiful woodland scenes flattened by the might of terrible storms. Great earthqu…

Shocked Scientists Ask: Is The Sun Is Dying? - I wonder if the changes are caused by Nibiru

Shocked Scientists Ask: Is The Sun Is Dying? - I wonder if the changes are caused by Nibiru Shocked Scientists Ask: Is The Sun Is Dying?
Thursday, December 01, 2011 7:42

Dying sun lights bleak, dead landscape of Earth
Shocked scientists hurriedly rechecked their data and gloomily admitted it's true: the sun's core is shrinking...the sun may be dying.

Doomed star (like ours?) in final death throes [NASA]
Something is wrong with the sun
Cosmologists and astronomers determine the age of things like planets, stars and galaxies. And they use that data—the best they have—to determine the age of Earth's sun.
They determined during the past century that the sun's nearly 5 billion years old. Everyone was happy because according to observations of other stars similar to the sun that meant the Earth's star would last at least another several billion years.
That question settled, the scientists ate well, slept well, and collected handsome honorariums for speaking engagements.