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Non - SEO knowledge => Paranormal => Topic started by: MSL on November 04, 2011, 03:06:27 PM

Title: 2013
Post by: MSL on November 04, 2011, 03:06:27 PM


  Some people claim that not 2012, but 2013 will be the end of the Earth or/and mankind civilization. We can use this topic to show all the information we can get about this 2013 year thing.
Title: 2013 in Google Trends
Post by: SEO on November 04, 2011, 03:16:31 PM
  As a white/green SEOer I should say that 2013 is a very good choice! The Google Trends information about it is as follows:
1.   Saudi Arabia
2.   Egypt
3.   Austria
4.   Germany
5.   Colombia
6.   United States
7.   Switzerland
8.   Italy
9.   Canada
10.   Russian Federation

Cities (Towns)
1.   Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
里约热内卢, 巴西   
2.   Berlin, Germany
柏林, 德国   
3.   New York, NY, USA
纽约, 美国   
4.   Chicago, IL, USA
芝加哥, 美国   
5.   Rome, Italy
罗马, 意大利   
6.   Los Angeles, CA, USA
洛杉矶, 美国   
7.   Sao Paulo, Brazil
圣保罗, 巴西   
8.   Toronto, Canada
多伦多, 加拿大   
9.   Milan, Italy
米兰, 意大利   
10.   Paris, France
巴黎, 法国

1.   Arabic
2.   German
3.   Greek
4.   English
5.   Italian
6.   Indonesian
7.   Russian
8.   French
9.   Portuguese
10.   Dutch


Google 趋势会深入分析各种搜索模式。请注意在计算这些结果时会使用若干近似结果。

©2008 Googlehttp://www.google.com/trends?q=2013

Title: 2013 phenomenon
Post by: MSL on November 04, 2011, 03:20:05 PM
 Yes, that's correct. 2013 is going to be another Internet phenomenon. 2012 already is.
Title: 2013 - the possible end of the civilization?
Post by: SEO on November 04, 2011, 03:24:18 PM
  Here is the first one that I found online in theregister.co.uk:


NASA: Civilization will end in 2013 (possibly)

'Here comes the sun, doo-be-doo-do'

By Rik Myslewski in San Francisco

Posted in Science, 16th June 2010 06:02 GMT

In 2013, the earth will be attacked from space, with one possible outcome being mind-bogglingly severe disruption to our tech-centric way of life.

"The sun is waking up from a deep slumber, and in the next few years, we expect to see much higher levels of solar activity," says Richard Fisher, head of NASA's Heliophysics Division. "At the same time, our technological society has developed an unprecedented sensitivity to solar storms."

Fisher's comments came during the run-up to last week's Space Weather Enterprise Forum 2010, at which scientists gathered to discuss how to prepare for the massive solar storms set to strike the earth in 2013.

"We know it is coming but we don’t know how bad it is going to be," Fisher told the Daily Telegraph. "It will disrupt communication devices such as satellites and car navigations, air travel, the banking system, our computers, everything that is electronic. It will cause major problems for the world."

The earth has been battered by solar storms before, but never has civilization been so vulnerable, since it's now so dependent upon both electrical and electronic infrastructure.

In pre-electronic and barely electrical 1859, a "perfect space storm" shorted out telegraph lines in the US and Europe, causing numerous fires. It also made the Northern Lights visible as far south as Rome, Havana and Hawaii, according to NASA — contemporary accounts relate how a group of campers in the Rocky Mountains were awakened by an "auroral light, so bright that one could easily read common print. Some of the party insisted that it was daylight and began the preparation of breakfast."

In 1921, a solar storm induced ground currents that crippled the New York transit system. In 1989, another solar storm brought down the entire Quebec power grid due to those pesky ground currents, and plunged six million people into darkness on a cold, cold Canadian night.

Fischer sees serious trouble ahead from the 2013 peak solar activity attacks. "I think the issue is now that modern society is so dependent on electronics, mobile phones and satellites, much more so than the last time this occurred," he said. "There is a severe economic impact from this. We take it very seriously. The economic impact could be like a large, major hurricane or storm."

That economic impact could be a "space weather Katrina," according to a 2008 report from the US National Academies of Sciences' Space Studies Board entitled Severe Space Weather Events: Understanding Societal and Economic Impacts.

"Strong auroral currents, which wreaked havoc with the telegraph networks during the [1859] event," the report warns, "can disrupt and damage electric power grids and may contribute to the corrosion of oil and gas pipelines.

"Economic and societal costs attributable to impacts of geomagnetic storms could be of unprecedented levels," the report concludes. The cost of hurricane Katrina, estimated to be between $81bn and $125bn, would be piddling when compared to the effect of a "future severe geomagnetic storm scenario," which the report estimates could run as high as $1 trillion to $2 trillion in the first year. Depending on damage, the report contends, full recovery could take 4 to 10 years.

Scary estimates, indeed, but — as with that other scary eventuality, global climate change — preparation could help mitigate the effects of another "perfect space storm".

Fisher told the Telegraph that precautions could include, for example, creating power-grid backup systems so that if transformers or giant load-balancing capacitors are fried by a solar outburst, Plan B could go into effect. "If you know that a hazard is coming ... and you have time enough to prepare and take precautions, then you can avoid trouble," he said.

You can keep tabs on what the sun is throwing at us at the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Space Weather Prediction Center. But don't worry too much — after all, if the Mayan calendar is correct, we need not fret about 2013. ® http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/06/16/solar_storms/
Title: 2013 will be a common year
Post by: MSL on November 04, 2011, 03:32:47 PM
  I like the sentence: "2013 (MMXIII) will be a common year starting on Tuesday."http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2013  ;D

Title: Re: 2013
Post by: Alexa on November 06, 2011, 11:09:24 PM
 And for some people and animals, it will be the end. I am not sure is it going to be the end of the world in 2013, nor in 2012 or in 2033, 2034, etc.
Title: Happy new 2012!
Post by: SEO on January 01, 2012, 08:17:26 PM
Happy new 2012! I hope we can write here "Happy New 2013 !", too  :P
Title: Sure
Post by: Non-SEO on January 24, 2012, 02:52:57 AM
 Sure. Why not?
Title: Re: Sure
Post by: 12.12.2012 on February 01, 2012, 05:02:27 PM
Sure. Why not?
May be because of the 12.12.2012 stuff!  ;) I am kidding.
Title: А list of common misspellings for the "2013"
Post by: SEO on February 01, 2012, 07:31:30 PM


А list of common misspellings for the "2013"

 I hope that this list will be useful for the "2013" topic!
Title: I hope 2013 to be better than 2012
Post by: Internet on October 11, 2012, 03:39:00 AM
I hope 2013 to be better than 2012, you know...
Title: Let's hope
Post by: SEO on November 08, 2012, 08:12:32 PM

Let's hope about it.