Originally posted by DocHolidaze
reply to post by lostbook
i hope it knocks out the power it will give me a chance to catch up on my power billedit on 14-5-2013 by DocHolidaze because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by RooskiZombi
I noticed few days after a heavy flare I always get headaches. I hear a few other people with the same reaction, I wonder if it's directly related to the CMEs?
Originally posted by lostbook
Does this Solar calamity relate to any known prophecies out there: Nostradamus, Cayce, Shipton, or any other major see-ers? Or is it just hype?
2003: The Ultra-Powerful Halloween Sun Storm
On Oct. 28, 2003, the sun unleashed a whopper of a solar flare. The intense sun storm was so strong it overwhelmed the spacecraft sensor measuring it. The sensor topped out at X28, already a massive flare), but later analysis found that the flare reached a peak strength of about X45, NASA has said.
The solar storm was part of a string of at least nine major flares over a two-week period.
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"In 1989 a flare about half that strong caused a widespread power blackout in Quebec," recalls Hathaway. Last week's blast was aimed away from Earth, so its effects on our planet were slight--a bit of good luck.