posted on Dec, 1 2012 @ 05:32 PM
Unfortunately, there are natural phenomena that occur all the time, but we have yet to devise a way to measure them, if we even know about them. From
a scientific standpoint at least. Science is great in its methodology, because of what it has done for us, but it is rather flawed when it comes to
other aspects of our natural world.
I think there is enough evidence to suggest that planetary alignments can have affects on other planetary bodies. We know for a fact that earthquake
activity increases during certain alignments, and I would not doubt that a solar flare could be released due to the changing gravity and orientation
of the elements reacting inside the sun. That is not to say it is fact, but it is at least possible. However, there is not really any point attempting
to scare everyone with talk of doom, as what will happen will happen. Some people will choose to prepare for a certain type of event, others for just
about any type of disaster, and then some will not prepare at all. Who is correct?
If nothing happens, it is the person who prepped who looks foolish, as they have wasted much time and money for basically no reason. Some may disagree
however. But on the other hand, if something does happen, the preppers are still going to look stupid because everyone is going to come after
them...lol, just kidding. I think it is fine to prepare for any type of disaster, but as far as a solar flare, there are way worse things that could
happen. Civilization has endured for how long now without technology?