Two CMEs “Cannibalized” to Impact Earth tomorrow November 13th. same day as Grid going down drill

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Spaceweather has this on their website:

MINOR STORM WARNINGA ‘cannibal CME’ might be en route to Earth. NOAA analysts suspect that two CMEs propelled into space by the X-class flares of Nov. 8th and 10th have merged into a single cannibalized cloud. It could deliver a glancing blow to Earth’s magnetic field on Nov. 13th, producing minor geomagnetic storms. High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras. Aurora alerts: textvoice.

Yes, they do say “glancing blow” to the Earth and “minor” storm. But they say Cannibal and I have never seen them use that type word before.   

All the information is on this video:


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3 Responses to “Two CMEs “Cannibalized” to Impact Earth tomorrow November 13th. same day as Grid going down drill”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I really don’t go for all this hype from NASA. As I’ve said before it’s practically every week they’re coming out with this. As for the grid going down 13/14th Nov which in real terms may be 24Hrs I ask, what’s going to happen to essential services like hospitals performing operations, patients on dialysis, mums giving birth etcetera? Transport. What’s going to happen at airports, road and rail networks etcetera? Then there is water filtration systems and don’t forget the manufacturing sector? I smell a rat and a whole bunch of them too!!!

    Gordon.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Gordon ..sniff up……….its BS …its everywhere ….Let’s go walk on the moon….oh dear…we wouldn’t be the first ……would we?? 🙂

  3. Anonymous says:

    So we are passed the 13 November, question to answer.
    Did the cannibalised CME reach earth.
    What have NOAA to add that might make sense.
    I would sooner rely on self funded Mrmaverickstar who is usually near the mark.

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