February 21st 2008 will bring a total lunar eclipse; according to a leaked document, astronomers and scientist agree that it may well be a time of great danger for our earth. The last time the moon came that close to earth was 7981 BC a time when records of events can only be found in layers of rock/sand.
It has been known for many years that something quite drastic happened during that time and the fact that it occurred during a total lunar eclipse has not gone unnoticed.
One eminent professor of physics said at a recent meeting of astronomical events "We now know that light has speed and speed is measurable, we also know that anything with speed must also have impact. The moon on the 21st will be closer than any time since 7981 BC therefore the total loss of impact on the earth's surface due to the nearness of the moon could well be the trigger to start a snowball affect on earth's volcanic activities.
He went on to explain that the lack off pressure on the earth's surface would allow pressure under the earth's crust to push in an upward direction leading to what he described as "cataclysmic disasters on a biblical scale"
Information regarding these events has been sent to George Bush who wants to send in troops, it is thought British PM Tony Blair will agree.