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originally posted by: Tardacus
a reply to: jhn7537
where is chiapas mexico? iss that in the gulf? if it is then the gulf coast states are in for some "high" tides.
originally posted by: pheonix358
We will have to wait and see how this effects nearby fault lines. This could cause a domino affect and could cause Cascadia to go and then move North.
originally posted by: Zadiel74
This was predicted on Reddit. User says hes found a connection between earthquakes and solar flares. Wonder if the earthquake lights are caused by the flares? The guy making the prediction has no formal education, and is unemployed and poor. He has no computer and uses his phone for most of his research.
CME IMPACT SPARKS AURORAS, STOPS TRAFFIC: The debris from Wednesday's monster X9-class solar flare reached Earth last night--and its impact was everything forecasters expected. A severe G4-class geomagnetic storm commenced, sparking auroras over Scandinavia so bright they actually stopped traffic."I was driving home when the CME hit," reports Jani Ylinampa of Rovaniemi, Finland. "It was such an amazing display, I really had to pull over and shoot some photos."