Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Solar Flare With Strong Geomagnetic Storm Around Earth March 8 and 9, 2012

From, the most intense solar flare seen this year is likely to herald a strong geomagnetic storm around Earth on March 8th and 9th 2012, as sunspot cluster AR1429 continues to blast coronal mass ejections (CMEs).

Interesting, we read in Job 26:7 that God hangs the earth upon nothing." This verse kinda sounds like the earth is floating like a balloon on a string, just hanging there and floating around in empty space. The cool thing about this is scientists now know and have pictures of the earth taken from space that actually show the earth floating in a cosmic void, literally hanging upon nothing, proving God's Word to be true.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The largest solar storm in five years is racing toward Earth, threatening to unleash a torrent of charged particles that could disrupt power grids, GPS and airplane flights.

The storm is coming after an earlier and weaker solar eruption happened Sunday, Kunches said. The latest blast of particles will probably arrive slightly later than forecasters first thought.

That means for North America the "good" part of a solar storm — the one that creates more noticeable auroras or Northern Lights — will peak Thursday evening. Auroras could dip as far south as the Great Lakes states or lower, Kunches said, but a full moon will make them harder to see.

Auroras are "probably the treat we get when the sun erupts," Kunches said.
But there is potential for widespread problems. Solar storms have three ways they can disrupt technology on Earth: with magnetic, radio and radiation emissions. This is an unusual situation when all three types of solar storm disruptions are likely to be strong, Kunches said.

That means "a whole host of things" could follow, he said.Full story here.

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