Strongest solar storm in nearly 6 years slams into Earth catching forecasters by surprise

Mar 24, 2023
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How can it be a surprise to the scientist when I read on Tuesday that the sun had spewed out a massive discharge and that it would be here on 3/24 and mess with the Aurora borealis and the electromagnetic field? Are you just trying to get people to read your news? Or maybe your scientists didn't know it was coming and caught them by surprise?
 
Since there are two articles pertaining to the same event, this applies here even more than where I originally posted it:

Yep! A hundred to a thousand and more times the power of the 1859 "Carrington Event." We are just lucky, very lucky, it occurred, blew out, on the other side of the sun from us, or we would have been in a mess of a mass extinction event of our electronics, especially our computerized electronics, world-wide: Thus, the death of a good part of the world's population so dependent upon electronics for literally everything today; literally dependent for Civilization today, for life itself today. Symbiotic(!), if you will.

Yep, life needs to break out, expand out, from the Earth ASAP. Life needs to spread out into the [high[ frontiers of the Solar System in island space Arks of dozens to hundreds, to thousands, to millions and billions of manmade space colonies, ships and shipping, and other station facilitations, for its continuing survival and prosperity (again manmade, meaning not just drilling caves into what is there, which would produce less than 0.000...1% of what we need and want, and will need and want). Just the same as life broke out, expanded out, spread out, from an Earthly mudhole billions of years ago for the same reason of life's survival and prosperity. Just as life leaves the egg, the womb, for an outland frontier for exactly the same reason.
 
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