On 27 December 2004, a burst of gamma rays from SGR 1806-20 passed through the Solar System (artist’s conception shown). The burst was so powerful that it had effects on Earth’s atmosphere, at a range of about 50,000 light years.
It seems that on 27.12.2016 a more powerful wave of energy will hit the Earth so make the most to prepare.
What is a Magnetar?
Like other neutron stars, magnetars are around 20 kilometres (12 mi) in diameter and have a mass 2–3 times that of the Sun. The density of the interior of a magnetar is such that a thimble full of its substance would have a mass of over 100 million tons. Magnetars are differentiated from other neutron stars by having even stronger magnetic fields, and rotating comparatively slowly, with most magnetars completing a rotation once every one to ten seconds, compared to less than one second for a typical neutron star. This magnetic field gives rise to very strong and characteristic bursts of X-rays and gamma rays. The active life of a magnetar is short. Their strong magnetic fields decay after about 10,000 years, after which activity and strong X-ray emission cease. Given the number of magnetars observable today, one estimate puts the number of inactive magnetars in the Milky Way at 30 million or more.
Starquakes triggered on the surface of the magnetar disturb the magnetic field which encompasses it, often leading to extremely powerful gamma ray flare emissions which have been recorded on Earth in 1979, 1998, and 2004.
Inuit Elders Issue Official Warning To NASA ‘The Earth Has Shifted’
Indigenous people beg NASA to Warn The World
The Inuit elders, otherwise known as the indigenous people of the arctic regions of Canada, have issued NASA, and the world, a warning that the earth has ’tilted’ or ‘wobbled’. The indigenous people are now maintaining that the sun no longer rises were it used to and that the days warm up quicker.
Indianlife.org reports: The earth has shifted, tilted or as they put it, “wobbled” to the north and they all agree “Their sky has changed!”
The elders maintain the Sun doesn’t rise where it used to, they have longer daylight to hunt and the Sun is higher than it used to be and warms up quicker than before. The elders who were interviewed across the north all said the same thing, their sky has changed.