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Russian Troops Coming to American Soil next month (Remember the movie Red Dawn???)

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EXTRA EXTRA READ ALL ABOUT IT…. Russian Troops Invade America.Well, actually they are being welcomed with open arms.
For the first time in history, Russian special forces troops are being welcomed on to U.S. soil as part of a joint Anti-Terrorism Drill that will be carried out in Colorado.
As part of a bilateral agreement, the Obama administration is allowing Russian soldiers to take part in training exercises at Fort Carson Colorado. The Russian special operations troops will be trained in American Military tactics and weaponry.
The DOD is claiming that the official purpose of this joint military drill, is to practice airborne tactics and anti-terror operations. But many are wondering why this administration would allow foreign troops to train on U.S. Soil, especially after they caught flack for planning to share U.S. missile defense secrets with Russia earlier this year.

Nasa Pictures Shows Nibiru Approaching Earth

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They won't show THIS on the evening news!
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HUGE Sunspot Cometh / Solar Watch May 6, 2012

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HUGE Sunspot Cometh
A New active Active Region (11476) has rotated the north-eastern limb of the solar corona and is crackling with C-Class and M-Class flares. So far three M-Class flares have been recorded in the last 12 hours. M1.4 at 13:29, M1.3 at 24:04 and an M1.2 at 01:30 this morning.

Three Coronal Mass Ejections (CME's) have been observed May 5th heading towards the earth from the southwest limb, the first CME has a slight Earth-directed component, and is expected to brush the earths magnetic field late May 7th

Mike Hapgood, who studies solar events, says the world isn't prepared for a truly damaging storm.

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Space weather expert has ominous forecast. Finally, a scientist that puts it into perspective!


Space weather expert has ominous forecast

Mike Hapgood, who studies solar events, says the world isn't prepared for a truly damaging storm. And one could happen soon.




A massive explosion on the sun's surface has triggered the largest solar radiation storm since 2005, hurling charged particles at Earth. (NASA / May 4, 2012)






By Amina Khan, Los Angeles Time May 4, 2012, 7:26 p.m.


A stream of highly charged particles from the sun is headed straight toward Earth, threatening to plunge cities around the world into darkness and bring the global economy screeching to a halt.

This isn't the premise of the latest doomsday thriller. Massive solar storms have happened before — and another one is likely to occur soon, according to Mike Hapgood, a space weather scientist at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory near Oxford, England.

Much of the planet's electronic equipment, as well as orbi…