How Do Solar Flares Affect People and Earth?

How Do Solar Flares Affect People and the Earth?

Solar activity that is intense enough to send solar flares or Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) into the Earth's atmosphere will affect the Earth's electromagnetic energy field (EEF). The CMEs will also affect each person's EEF. The depth of the effect on each person can vary. However, first one must examine how CMEs affect the Earth's EEF

What are the Human Impacts of Solar Storms and Space Weather?

$4 billion in satellite losses can be traced to space weather damage .
The last major space storm caused an electrical blackout in Quebec.
You have already been affected by solar storms and do not know it.
Solar flares have cost the airline industry millions of dollars.
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Geomagnetic Activity on the Sun Influences our Thoughts?

There appears to be a direct connection between the Sun’s solar storms and human biological effect especially after an ‘M’ class solar flare.  The conduit, which facilitates the charged particles from the Sun to human disturbance is the same conduit which steers Earth’s weather through the Magnetic Field on Earth, and also through the magnetic fields around humans.


Do Solar Flares & Space Weather Affect Pacemakers?

Pacemakers can register the effects of severe solar storms, though there is no danger to the patient from the 'glitches' that occur.
Modern pacemakers are actually small computers that run sophisticated programs. That means they are subject to radiation-induced, SEUs just like satellite electronics.
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Do Geomagnetic Storms Affect Humans As Well As Telecommunications? How?

It has long been established that magnetic storms not only affect the performance of equipment, upset radio communications, blackout radars, and disrupt radio navigation systems but also endanger living organisms. They change the blood flow, especially in capillaries, affect blood pressure, and boost adrenalin.
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What Impact Do Solar Flares Have on Human Activities?

Coronal mass ejections are more likely to have a significant effect on our activities than flares because they carry more material into a larger volume of interplanetary space, increasing the likelihood that they will interact with the Earth. While a flare alone produces high-energy particles near the Sun, some of which escape into interplanetary space, a CME drives a shock wave which can continuously produce energetic particles as it propagates through interplanetary space.
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The Effects of Space Weather on Aviation:

Oct. 25, 2013: The next time you step onto an airplane, consider the following: In any given year, the pilot of your aircraft probably absorbs as much radiation as a worker in a nuclear power plant.
And you are about to follow him wherever he goes.

How Does Solar Activity Affect Weather and Earth?

Weather on Earth can also be affected. Recently, NOAA scientists finally concluded that four factors determined global temperatures: carbon dioxide levels, volcanic eruptions, Pacific El Niño pattern, and the Sun's activity.
There is also historical evidence that long-term periods of global cold, rainfall, drought, and other weather shifts relate to solar cycle activity:
  • Times of depressed solar activity seem to correspond with times of global cold. For example, during the 70-year period from 1645 to 1715, few, if any, sunspots were seen, even during expected sunspot maximums. Western Europe entered a climate period known as the "Maunder Minimum" or "Little Ice Age." Temperatures dropped by 1.8 to 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Times of increased solar activity have corresponded with global warning. During the 12th and 13th centuries, the Sun was active, and the European climate was quite mild.
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  1. can a solar storm affect the human mind where they can doing thing like depression anger or emotional feeling

  2. Thank you for this. Love it


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