How a Solar Flare can end our world

By: RitaEvac, 7:46 PM GMT on February 08, 2012

2009-2010 Report: Space storm alert: 90 seconds from catastrophe

It is midnight on 22 September 2012 and the skies above Manhattan are filled with a flickering curtain of colorful light. Few New Yorkers have seen the aurora this far south but their fascination is short-lived. Within a few seconds, electric bulbs dim and flicker, then become unusually bright for a fleeting moment. Then all the lights in the state go out. Within 90 seconds, the entire easte...

Updated: 10:01 PM GMT on December 10, 2012

Meteorolgist survey damage of SE TX

By: RitaEvac, 9:26 PM GMT on October 05, 2008

Jeff Linder:The following is the damage assessment that has been conducted over the past 2 weeks. I went to Galveston Island on Monday and Bolivar on Tuesday with a HCFCD survey team to gather high water marks. I have attached a before picture (taken in May when I was in Galveston for the State Hurricane Conference) and the after (taken on Monday). The first week after Ike the focus was across SE Harris County as this area was the easiest to reach. High water mark...

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