Remember how everybody wondered whether that crop circle we wrote about last week would really predict a solar storm? Well now an "exopolitical" expert says it did. Here's what he says:

The Solar Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) confirms that on July 6, 2009, a very large Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) was emitted by the sun. This was followed by what appears to be a smaller CME being emitted by a solar flare on the morning of July 7, and another large CME emitted on July 8. The CMEs are partial confirmation for a coded prediction found in a crop circle discovered in Milk Hill England.

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I thought it was supposed to be on July 7! Does it really count if it's just sort of a post-flare burp on the 7th?

via Examiner