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Hazy Cloud of Saharan Dust Nearing U.S.

MIAMI Jul 23, 2005 — An enormous, hazy cloud of dust from the Sahara Desert is blowing toward the southern United States, but meteorologists do not expect much effect beyond colorful sunsets.

NOTE* Is this gigantic dust cloud the size of the U.S actually approaching from the Saharan Desert or could it be coming from somewhere else.? During the Summer of 2003 when Planet X was rising to the Ecliptic from behind the Sun, the tail of this Great Red Comet was facing closer to the Earth, and the red dust penetrated the atmosphere with the help of the solar winds. The dust created a pinkish-red hue in the sky during the day, while blanketing the night sky in dark-red. The dust became increasingly less visible in 2004 as Planet X moved in front of the Sun with the tail facing away from the Earth. There may now be signs that the Sun's magnetic grip on Planet X is weakening and that the planet is moving closer to its earthly passage, thus the increased flow of dust once again. In August of 2003, Space.com reported that our solar system's defenses were weakening and that Galactic Dust would alter our night sky. http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/dust_storm_030814.html
My guess is that the dust is not of this Earth!
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