Is there a connection between the frequent solar storms and occurrence of earthq

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  1. gmmurgirl profile image85
    gmmurgirlposted 12 years ago

    Is there a connection between the frequent solar storms and occurrence of earthquakes?

  2. somethgblue profile image72
    somethgblueposted 12 years ago

    Negative, what frequent solar storms are you referring to, have you been watching too much Trek?

    The Polar Shift due to Nibiru in our solar system is the cause for the increase in earthquakes World wide. Since I have never heard of a 'solar storm' I can't really comment on them but they sound cool . . . do they come with Lunar lightening and Cosmic thunder?

  3. nishlaverz profile image60
    nishlaverzposted 12 years ago

    Solar Storms happen all the time but some are worse than others and their effects can be felt on earth. Recently the sun's activity has increased and it sent out a large solar flare that was a few days ago so if it was going to affect us then it would probably be doing so now.

    somethingblue as for Nibiru it is you who has been watching to much Trek however if it is true then this could be why the suns activity has increased.

  4. Nick's thoughts profile image60
    Nick's thoughtsposted 12 years ago

    It is possible. There has been some theories that solar flares have some kind of an adverse effect on geological, and meteorological conditions  here on earth.   The evidence is inconclusive at this time though. 

    According to a blog posted on the web site;  there was a 1.5 class X flare on March 9th, just before the Japan quake and tsunami.  Also,  there was a smaller class M flare before the Hatti quake.  However, there have been many quakes without any solar flare activity.

    There are some theories that the moon's ellipitical orbit, when it reaches perigee, is a trigger for quakes.   A lot more scientific research is needed in this field.

  5. ib radmasters profile image61
    ib radmastersposted 12 years ago

    If there was a connection between them, how would that make any difference to us?


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