No immediate effect from solar flares on weather patterns. Perhaps in the middle of this decade the higher solar activitiy will cause a brighter sun to lead to an uptick in global warming and wilder weather as more heat is available to drive the weather machine.
I've read that it will cause exceptional heat waves leading to many severe storms. When I mention sun burst or solar flares nobody seems to have heard this but from what I read it'll effect us for the next 2-3 years.
by backporchstories5 years ago
Is it possible for the Solar Flare increase activity influence our emotions?Like the moon can pull the tide and elevate our emotional state, can the recent Solar Flares stir those same emotions in our physical body?
by Marissa5 years ago
What, if any, are the long term effects of solar flares hitting the Earth?
by Person of Interest6 years ago
"Biggest solar flare in years about to smack Earth, could disrupt power grid, GPS, and more"We are all doomed!http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/ … story.html
by rlaha6 years ago
Why do you think our weather patterns have been so weird?I live in Knoxville, TN. Over the past month, I have noticed that the weather changes literally from day to day. For example, last week, it was in the...
by Debby Bruck5 years ago
Have you noticed a change in the birds in your yard and neighborhood?Since the climate has been changing, are the birds that normally would migrate south staying in your region?
by David Gitachu4 years ago
If the earth is really getting hotter, why is it so cold-- and wet? Extreme weather is being reported all over the world-- from the the unusually cold winters to the unusually warm winters. It is also raining when it...
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