Ralph Zuranski Believes Solar Flare Cycles Have A Huge Impact On Human History


http://heliobiology.com/

Solar flare cycles have had a huge impact on human history.  After many years of research it is clear that excessive solar flare activity contributes to stronger storms, including tornadoes and hurricanes.

We currently are experiencing the 90 year master solar cycle.  This cycle is producing similar results as those at occurred back and 1911-1919.

We’re experiencing one of the lowest amounts of solar flare activity in recorded history. In this current solar minimum we have had almost 803 days without any solar activity. The typical Solar Minimum is  486 days, more than 300 longer than any previous solar minimum.

This is astounding. The previous years of lowest solar activity were: 1911-1913.

This begs the question of what will the solar flare activity be when the cycle goes into the maximum part of the solar flare cycle in 2011-2012. NASA scientists predict the solar flare maximum could produce a solar flare so powerful, the coronal mass ejection could fry the electric grid world-wide, instantly returning the world to an agrarian culture of 100 years ago.

NASA says super solar storm coming in 2012. It could knock out all electricity on the planet! ***NEW UPDATE*** NASA has revised their prediction for solar maximum to now occur around mid-May of 2013 IMT

Historically, when this occurred back in 1916-1919  the Spanish Influenza pandemic killed millions of  people world-wide.  With the current wars, political turmoil and infectious diseases, the situation is ripe for another major catastrophe.

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