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Massive solar flare narrowly misses Earth, EMP disaster barely avoided

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Paul Bedard,Washington Secrets,Environment,Energy and Environment,Electromagnetic Pulse
The earth barely missed taking a massive solar punch in the teeth two weeks ago, an "electromagnetic pulse" so big that it could have knocked out power, cars and iPhones throughout the United States. Two EMP experts told Secrets that the EMP flashed through earth's typical orbit around the sun about two weeks before the planet got there. "The world escaped an EMP catastrophe," said Henry...