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Did NASA confirm 3 days of darkness?

So theres something going around that on december 21st (2014) and 22nd and 23rd there will be darkness because the light from the sun will not be seen from a solar storm. Is this true and is this really NASA that's saying this?!

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  • 5 years ago
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    NASA has confirmed that the three days of darkness will take place this year on days 21, 22 and 23 December. The land will remain during these three days without sun, night ie in total darkness due to a solar storm .

    Note that in the responses of Light Beings to questions Monique Mathieu by his members "From Heaven to Earth," she wrote: "The three days of darkness will actually take place. This will be an extremely difficult time for humanity.

    This is the head of NASA Charles Bolden who made the announcement and asked everyone to remain calm. This will be the product of a solar storm, the largest in the last 50 years for a period of 72 hours.

    • Erica s
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      5 years agoReport

      You have merely selected Best Answer as the one that most closely resembles your own twisted perspective. It is absolutely ludicrous, as Charles Bolden said no such thing, so someone is LYING!

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    Did NASA confirm 3 days of darkness?

    So theres something going around that on december 21st (2014) and 22nd and 23rd there will be darkness because the light from the sun will not be seen from a solar storm. Is this true and is this really NASA that's saying this?!

    Source(s): nasa confirm 3 days darkness: https://biturl.im/vn2PR
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  • 3 years ago

    3 Days Of Darkness 2014

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  • barcik
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    3 years ago

    3 Day Darkness

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  • 5 years ago

    Solar storms, if they have any effect at all on earth

    (a) cause showers of invisible particles

    (b) which therefore can't block sunlight or any other kind of light, being invisible

    (c) mostly cause a little bit of radio noise and some increase in the aurora borealis

    (d) are not predictable in advance

    (e) happen many times a year.

    So your source is lying in practically every word.

    Oh, and NASA's web domain is "nasa.gov". If "NASA says it", it will be on a nasa.gov page.

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  • 5 years ago

    NASA did not say that. That is extremely unlikely, except far North of The Arctic Circle where that will happen, if there is not a solar storm. At what latitude, depends on how dark is dark?

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  • GeoffG
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    5 years ago

    No. NASA did not confirm 3 days of darkness. This is a physical impossibility. Solar storms cause the Sun to become slightly BRIGHTER, not darker. Solar storms cannot be predicted in advance. NASA does not waste their time on apocalyptic fantasies.

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  • Joseph
    Lv 7
    5 years ago

    No, NASA did not say anything like that. This rumor has been going around since the whole end of world hysteria in 2012 and keeps rearing its ugly head every year.

    The solar storms happen all the time, and the Sun comes up every morning on schedule. The solar storms are unpredictable, you can't forecast one three months in advance.

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  • 5 years ago

    NASA is not needed to confirm whether its true or not. Anything is possible. Anything can happen. Like stupid people who knows nothing they exist here and everywhere. They just talk just to say something even if it has no sense. The Super Typhoon Haiyan that killed thousands and thousands of people in Leyte. And 60+ of my relatives are killed by that super typhoon Haiyan. That SUper Typhoon Haiyan no one said that its really super strong typhoon and can erase all the houses, things and people there in Leyte.

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  • someg
    Lv 6
    5 years ago

    NASA does not have the authority to schedule three days of darkness. Three days of darkness may only be brought into force by direct executive order from the Whitehouse. Don't believe everything you read.

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