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09 August 2010


Barry Pruett

We are very insignificant in the grand scope of things. Stephen Hawking was just talking about the future of the Earth and the sustainability of human life after an inevitable cosmic incident. http://tiny.cc/bn0dc

"You sit around here and you spin your little webs and you think the whole world revolves around you and your money. Well, it doesn't, Mr. Potter. In the whole vast configuration of things, I'd say you were nothing but a scurvy little spider." - George Bailey

Todd Juvinall

Humility was the message at Twin Cities last Sunday.

Russ Steele

What can we do to protect our electronic equipment? One, we will have a warning, roughly two days. Space Weather is a valuable resource. Second, we need our own individual action plans. I plan to use the cut off switch on my generator, to disconnect from the PG&E grid. And disconnect my longer cat 5 cable runs and connect them on one end to a ground connection, so the energy will not take out my routers and switches. Three, pray for a glancing blow.

RL Crabb

Back in the nineties, people made a big deal out of the claim that Clinton, Newt and the class of '94 balanced the budget. What really balanced the budget was everyone suddenly realized that they had to have a home computer to compete. Millions of jobs were created out of thin air, literally.

What does this have to do with solar flatulence? Well, if all the electronic gizmos in the world get fried, we'll have to start the cycle all over again.

Prosperity is only a sunfart away.

Barry Pruett

That is one way to jump start the economy! LOL. You kill me.

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Except Bob, that this time, the rest of the world won't need anything from the US and all production and wealth will be somewhere else. I'm getting my lead sombrero ready! To the bunkers!

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