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Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Allred5923
Hawaii gets snow almost every year. I had a great skiing session on Mauna Kea in 1980.
Yes, there has been extreme weather. What does that have to do with a chance of an auroral display on the 9th?
Originally posted by AnotherYOU
reply to post by dreamseeker
its a big deal, as in a spectacular event, if you are interested in this stuff.
if you are just checking the threads waiting for a "deadly" one, sorry not this one.
now if a X-flare were to hit us in full force, well the tv wouldnt report it either as the sattelites would go down and many power grids would short circuit.
plus tv and science dont really go along, unless its michio kaku whoring himself, or mythbusters and their pseudo science of lets blow things up.