He " believes" ... now that's the word, that says you can ignore it.
That something stellar can hit us, is obvious and we've always known. A solar flare, a medior ... whatever. But this is just fear mongering ...
trying to capitalize on public fear, and should be ignored. People who "believe" should go to church ...
However, what this guy doesn't seem to be saying though ... is that solar radiation has been quite off this summer. And I hear no information on that
at all. Which tells me, that these so called "experts" are just morons ...
Nobody has wondered why they're sweating like pigs, in 23 degrees celcius? In 27 degrees here around the northern hemisphere, these past days, it's
been devestating ... nobody has reported the radiation anomaly. Not even here on ATS, has there been anything on it. I've got people that are used
to live in over 40 degrees celcius, complaining about 23 degrees. And when I went much further south for a few days, it was hotter, over 30 degrees.
Yet, still not this bad ... it's radiation effect. No question about it. But not a word.
What are the chances of a flare, from the sun, hitting earth directly? First, it has to be directed 3D directly at earth ... and that's about a
chance in a million. And then, it has to be timed, precisely so it will hit the earth head on ... we're talking about a one in a gasillion here. And
guess what, life has been on earth for a long long time, and during this time ... it's probably had lots of hits. Why should the next year hits, from
a sun that is cooling ... be hotter or worse, than they were from a hotter sun in the past?
Makes no sense, whatsoever ...
Yeah, there is danger ... always is. But no reason to go bonkers over one more doomsday prophecy. File this one, with all the other ones ... under
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