Galactic Superwave Outburst Astronomers Ready to Issue a Public Alert

Galactic Superwave Outburst Astronomers Ready to Issue a Public AlertDr. Paul LaViolette stated:Considering the time required for the companion to depart from the G2 cloud and travel into the core, one can estimate a travel time of around 4 months. This would give us some warning so that astronomers could conduct intense study to see whether this companion might make a direct hit, and also it could give some lead time to issue a public alert for the increased likelihood of a superwave observing the Galactic center to make them aware of the possibility of the launching of a Galactic superwave. A Galactic superwave is an intense cosmic ray particle barrage, accompanied by electromagnetic radiation and possibly a gravity wave that travels isotropically and rectilinearly outwards from the center of our Galaxy at very close to the speed of light. A superwave can last for less than a year or for up to several thousand years as occurred during the last ice age. 73 astronomers and astrophysicists who have published papers on the G2 cloud in the past few years, noting that it is now generally accepted that the G2 cloud very likely contains an embedded star, something that Dr. Paul LaViolette believed to be the case for over a year. Update to the Story on the G2 Cloud's Approach to the Galactic Cloud Predicted to Approach Twice as Close to credit: mik300z - Echoes - length 7:51

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