Monday, August 8, 2011

Sharethis: Severe Solar Storms Could Disrupt Earth This Decade: NOAA - International Business Times

"In a huge solar storm back in 1859, telegraph offices worldwide were hit, some telegraph operators reported electric shocks, the telegraph systems malfunctioned and even paper caught fire."

Paper caught fire???  Don't anyone tell me that solar activity can't possibly affect a person's energy system: brain, spinal column, nervous system, and subtle energy body.

I've tracked solar activity and compared it to my Meniere's and migraine attacks. Can't be more clear that certain levels of solar activity trigger neurological events in me.

If you've got the records to back up your triggers, then you've got the records.

My problem with solar activity right now is that I can't find a way to counter it. I love the sunshine too much to move underground. And aluminum foil deflector beanies do not work.

I've got documentation on that too. XD



Severe Solar Storms Could Disrupt Earth This Decade: NOAA - International Business Times
Severe Solar Storms Could Disrupt Earth This Decade: NOAA - International Business Times
Source: ibtimes.com

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), a federal agency that focuses on the condition of the oceans and atmosphere, said that a severe solar storm could cause global chaos, wreck satellite communications and take down the most important power grids in the world for a period of years.
 
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