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    NOAA forecasters recently upgraded their geomagnetic storm watch from category G2 (moderate) to category G3 (strong).
    This will likely mean KP Index readings of 6, possibly even 7 on Thursday into Friday, and will bring the familiar health risks associated with such activity: top of the list being heart rate fluctuations and full blown heart attacks/strokes (prayers for the jabbed):









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    Never miss another geomagnetic storm. Sign up for Space Weather Alerts and you'll receive a text message when magnetic storms erupt. Aurora tour guides and professional astronomers use this service. You can, too!
    GEOMAGNETIC STORM WATCH: NOAA forecasters say that strong G3-class geomagnetic storms are possible on Aug. 18-19 when a series of CMEs is expected to graze Earth's magnetic field. During such storms naked-eye auroras can descend into the USA as far south as Illinois and Oregon (geomagnetic latitude 50 degrees). Satellites and power grids will not be affected, however. An extreme storm would be required for that. Aurora alerts: SMS TextANOTHER CME IS COMING (UPDATED): Yesterday, Aug. 17th, active sunspot AR3078 produced a rapid-fire pair of M-class solar flares (M1+M2). The double blast hurled this CME into space:
    Although the bulk of the CME is directed south of the sun-Earth line, there appears to be an Earth-directed component. A faint halo suggests that a fraction of the cloud is heading our way.Update: A new model of this CME from NOAA confirms an Earth-directed component and pinpoints its arrival time during the late hours of Aug. 19th. The impact will add to any geomagnetic storming already underway at the time. Solar flare alerts: SMS Text

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    More confusing noise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan88 View Post
    More confusing noise.
    Ya nothing more than many more folks that can see the Northern lights, That is about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoppalong View Post
    Ya nothing more than many more folks that can see the Northern lights, That is about it.
    Until the lights go out!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolfinoregon View Post
    Until the lights go out!!!
    Nuts the clouds were around last night to see the lights. Maybe tonight is the night that the sky will be pretty lit up. And this is nothing more than that. Not strong enough to do ANY damage at all. Except it makes great doom and gloom for those that can't wait for something to happen. It must be heck to be you and the way your brain works. Cause you sure as heck do not think logically. Or see the real facts to what they are, just a hyped up imagination that'd all.lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan88 View Post
    More confusing noise.
    If your confused perhaps you should educate yourself on the physic’s of how your protected from being burnt to a crisp by that huge yellow fusion reaction that crosses your sky everyday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoppalong View Post
    Nuts the clouds were around last night to see the lights. Maybe tonight is the night that the sky will be pretty lit up. And this is nothing more than that. Not strong enough to do ANY damage at all. Except it makes great doom and gloom for those that can't wait for something to happen. It must be heck to be you and the way your brain works. Cause you sure as heck do not think logically. Or see the real facts to what they are, just a hyped up imagination that'd all.lol
    They didn't see the one that knocked power out in Eastern Canada and Northeast USA!!!!

    Like I stated until the power goes out...

    Unlike you I believe in the Boy Scout motto "Always be prepared"!!!!

    You will be running to the Gov't when you need help, begging on your knees!!!

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