Frequently Asked Questions
This section addresses the publics greatest concerns, many of which you might have never given any thought too. If you do not see the answer to your question please feel free to rite to us with your question. If the answer to your question is not already found here, we will post the answer to your question as soon as possible.
Questions are in ordered of the most asked questions first. NOTE: This Q and A section will be a continuous work in progress
Q: [Arrival Time] When will the solar
A: NASA say's the sun storm will begin sometime in 2012, however the National Academy of Science says, "The solar storm could start any day now." "Who ever is right, the storm is coming!" says NASA.
Q: [Electricity] Can solar storms
A: Yes. The larger solar storms in the past have been known to knock out power causing huge areas in a country to lose their power.
Q: [Solar Flares] Do all these solar
flares just knock out our electricity?
A: Solar flares, especially large x-class flares can do more then just knock out electricity, they can knock satellites out of orbit, change the weather, cause all forms of modern communication to go down and cause sensitive electronics to break down such as computers, electronic ignition, cell phone, medical equipment, iPods, the list is vertually endless. Not to mention that exposing your body to extreme levels of radiation (x-rays) for long periods of time lead to many illnesses which are created or exacerbated by prolonged exposure to radiation that the ionosphere typically protects us from. If you do not have a special safe room to stay in, especially while you sleep during a powerful solar storm lasting months on end, you may end up with serious life threatening illnesses down the road.
Q: [Money verses Banks] Can the banks
lose my money in the event of a large solar storm?
A: Most banks today electronically track how much money they have of yours, there by, your money with the bank is a matter of electronic records in a data base. Banks go to great lengths to back up their data using different storage locations throughout the world. This allows banks to restore their data in the event there is a problem in a given area of the world. However that does not work for global events such as a massive solar flare causing a huge geomagnetic event which causes computers to crash, resulting is loss of data world wide. While some back up systems might be better protected from electromagnetic storms, most computer systems world wide are vulnerable. As long as your money is nothing more then a data base in a computer somewhere and those data bases get wiped out, so does your money. Between now and late 2013 taking charge of your own cash in the form of gold, silver and cash itself is your best protection from losing all of your liquid assets.