A rare celestial sight beckons: On Tuesday, Venus crosses in front of the sun

Jun 4, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Kansas City Star

Odds are we’ll all be gone the next time this dance comes around.The planets Earth and Venus waltz in their orbits at different tempos and at different angles.

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Jun 4, 2012
 
there have been so many "Rare" solar events in the past 2 years just makes you wonder how many there are and if the so called "end of days" might just be around the corner also. Will it be a very every rare solar event also??
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No, events which are based on physical principles and which can be predicted far in advance do not portend the End Times.

Idiot, anti rational, fundie kooks who constantly interfere with reasonable policy choices influencing the future of humanity portend the End Times.

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