posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 05:44 AM
a reply to: Phage
Misses can't be completely irrelevant. It equals a man shooting at me. The risk is elevated. He can miss me 10 out of 10, 9/10 or 8/10 but if I know
he's actually firing 5 magazines per minute he can hit me zero, ten or twenty times out of 100 shoots.
If you said ICE I would say cool. It sounds better than circumstantial evidence.
First - you most likely didn't purchased the paper for $35.95 so you won't be able to tell us how close those 19 events over the period 1561–1950
that equal or exceed the >30 MeV were. The Carrington event was the largest having almost twice the >30 MeV. It means we got 20 events between 30 and
60 MeV. This is one in 23 years. We can say one in a complete magnetic solar cycle. Also there could be 2 or 3 another C. level events in the 450-year
period before those 450 years so you can't use the math like this.
Secondly and most importantly - we don't need >30 MeV in times when we get burning transformers and second highest level geomagnetic storm with just
only M-class solar flares. See the OP vid from 4:30 to 5:00 about JUNE 2015 and try to debunk this if you have to. Constant fear-calming is uncalled
for and counterproductive. People are trying to find the worst case scenario while considering nuclear plants' vulnerability etc but maybe all we need
is a few week long blackout to screw the economies. I'm actually optimistic. It could, to some point of damage, boost both the economy and technology.
Crysis works as a lubricant as well as pot growers are pushing forward the LED-lighting industry.
edit on 26/4/2016 by PapagiorgioCZ