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Originally posted by ringlejames
Now I am just your average everyday redneck. You know go out in 100+ degree heat doing construction to make ends meat along with blackjack and dog breeding as well as making large magnet rakes and takin them on the sides of the back roads and highways down here. I also do a couple of other things, but that is neither here nor there in terms of being your business.
Anyways I have always been a red neck mother trucker. Working out in the scorching southern sun. So I have worked up a pretty thick skin that does not get easily sun burned, and has not blistered since I was a young buck. First construction work I had to do this year was today. Leveling out the ground in a 20x20 spot in 30 minutes for a patio extention. Then poured mesh poured mesh poured. and finished. $1600 less than 4 hours of work. I got burnt and I only did 30 minutes of work while I supervised in the truck. Like I said I always work in stuff like this all my life and never in the past 20 years have I been this burnt. Out in the sun for only 30 minutes.
Those solar flares are doing a lot more damage than TPTB are telling us.
They cant destroy the magnetic field but they probably can weaken it for long extended periods of time. And our ozone has to be wide the truck open. I used to say well we been punching holes in the atmosphere for coming up on 75+ years. But now I think astroids been punching hundreds of thousands if not millions or billions of holes in the atmosphere for billions of years. And from what I understand there were already satellites up there before "We" being modern man before we launched our first.???
Not that surprising if you think about it though
This appears to be a duplicate thread.
EPA data from Denver shows a strong trend towards more "Extreme UV" days each year over the last 15 years. The hard data proves the OP is correct, UV levels appear to be trending up.