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"And One-Third Of the Earth Was Burned Up" - Solar Flares and Climate Change

Updated on June 19, 2013

Largest Solar Flare In History

Three immense X-class Solar Flares eruptes in fewer than 24 hours during May 12-13, 2013. See the largest flare to the right: Class X 3.2, the largest ever recorded to date.
Three immense X-class Solar Flares eruptes in fewer than 24 hours during May 12-13, 2013. See the largest flare to the right: Class X 3.2, the largest ever recorded to date. | Source

As Hot As It Can Get

The Sun-Earth weather system is such that in the 2010s the largest solar flare recorded, violently erupted on Mother's Day in 2013. It was followed by two larger flares within 24 hours.

The peak of the eruption of the class X 1.7 and X 2.8 solar flares was recorded by NASA equipment shortly after 10:00 PM in Eastern Daylight Time on May 12. Class X 3.0 is the top of the scale in size of measurement for possible solar flares and an X 3.2 was recorded shortly after the X 2.8.

We know that increased solar activity can affect Earth's weather and its communications viability. We as a planet saw that type of effect during July 2012 when the communications and power outages caused by the Sun were calculated to hit the London Summer Olympics, but hit Ohio and much of the Midwest instead.

The result of solar activity in July 2012 was the closest to hell that I have ever experienced: power and communications outages and numerous consecutive days of temperatures at or over 100 degrees F. Emergency rooms were full of heat stroke victims and two peope in Ohio died fro the heat.

Interestingly, after a number of solar events already from January to May, in mid-May 2013, Douglas Main of LiveScience.com reported that climate change would result in

"...about 50 percent of plants and one-third of animals are likely to vanish from half of the places they are now found by 2080." -- Rachel Warren, University of East Anglia, UK

That is a harsh prediction, but one that rings a bell.

The foundation stories, literature, and religious texts of all of our Ancient and Modern Societies are likely neither all incorrect nor all correct - at least not inn all of the translations that exist and add or take away some concepts. However, I think that many of the religious prophecies of the nations at large can serve as a warning to encourage future action. Strangely, reports of 1/3 destruction of our animal species bring to mind the original language phrases translated literally as presented below:

Revelation 8:7-9 from the Mounce Reverse-Interlinear New Testament (emphasis mine)

7 The first angel blew his trumpet, and there followed hail and fire, mixed with blood, and it was thrown down on the earth, and a third of the earth was burned up, and a third of the trees were burned up, and all the green grass was burned up.

8 The second angel blew his trumpet, and something like a great mountain, burning with fire, was thrown down into the sea, and a third of the sea turned into blood, 9 a third of the living creatures in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed.



NASA Alert of May 14, 2013

"The sun emitted a third significant solar flare in under 24 hours, peaking at 9:11 p.m. EDT on May 13, 2013. This flare is classified as an X3.2 flare. This is the strongest X-class flare of 2013 so far, surpassing in strength the two X-class flares that occurred earlier in the 24-hour period." -- NASA at this link.

NOTE: We are now in a historic period of experiencing solar flares of the largest sizes possible.

My Ratig Of the Importance of Space Observations

5 stars for Usefulness of NASA and Private Aerospace Studies

Held up against the related news of the entirety of 2013, this passages above make all the more reason to encourage NASA and privatized aerospace research and business companies to investigate the space surrounding the Sun-Earth weather system further.

A class X 3.0 solar flare, X being the largest possible, might destroy more than communications if it shot directly at Earth.The Mother's Day Flare of 2013 was directed away from the Earth, originating form a sunspot on the far side of the sun. Aimed directly at our planet, it would not only have affected satellite communications, our astronauts on the ISS, and our weather, along with increasing the display of the Northern Lights, but it might also cause some other problems, thus far unknown. NASA probably owns the simulation software to predict what they are. A big point to be made is that our space programs might develop a means of defense against the known and the unknown. Look at NASA Spinoffs to see what has already been acocmplished.

Whether it's all a prophecy fulfilling or a coincidence that we can apply to real time living, humanity, our plants, and our animal species do not need to die if we can prevent their deaths. Some plants and animals may come and go and be replaced by others, but the process need not occur all at once because of an X 3.0 or larger solar flare lighting up the planet.

Sunspot 1748 - Three "Mother's Day" Solar Flares - Dramatic Representation

London UK vs Ohio - Prediction Off By About 3,800 Miles

A
London UK:
London, UK

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Solar activity was predicted to hit the 2010 London Summer Olympics, but did not. Many people believed that it would not hit at all, anywhere.

B
Central Ohio:
Dublin, OH, USA

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Increased solar activity had devastating effects in Ohio and other parts of the Midwest at the time of the Summer Olympics, over 3,800 mile away.

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