Solar Storms are a fact of life. An enormous solar storm struck Earth around 591 BC

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by K1LPI, Mar 12, 2019.

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  1. W9VTT

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    love it when people just spit out BS .it make them sound really really smart. almost like as if they were there.
  2. N5VAF

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    Whatever happened to all the ice from the ice age....
  3. KI7PMQ

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    So that is why I couldn't work Judea or Phoenicia that weekend.
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  5. KI7PMQ

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    I remember when the Soviet Woodpecker started it was feared that was what they may be experimenting with.
    During the latter stages of the Cold War.
  6. KD8DEY

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    Cocktails for the Party?
    (I bet there was one hell of a party when they could actually start counting forward)
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  7. WQ4G

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    It's in the Oceans... What do you think happened to it?

    Dan KI4AX
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  8. N5VAF

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    I think global warming melted it and it's been going on for millions of years.
  9. WQ4G

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    The $64 question of the day is what caused the globe to warm? Perhaps we need another 'planet killing' event to cool things off again.

    It seems odd to me that so many very well educated Scientists believe in global warming while the very uneducated Non-Scientists don't believe in it. Could it be that the Scientists are looking at some thing, possibly studies and data, that lead them to believe it? What (or who) are the Non-Scientists looking at in order to form their own independent opinions? Other Non-Scientists who are only interested in keeping things the way they are (or were in the past) because it is profitable for them?

    The fable of the Pied Piper comes to mind. Perhaps the 'leading' Non-Scientist, that the other Non-Scientists follow blindly, could offer up something other than pure opinion (the piper's tune) as proof?

    Hmmm.... Interesting, to say the least.

    Dan KI4AX
  10. N4AHO

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    I remember that storm. It wasn't so bad. We could still send Morse by smoke.
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