Published On: Sun, Dec 22nd, 2013

solar Fires Strongest solar Flare Of The year, Poses No threat To Earth

Solar Flare Fired No Danger

The solar unleashed its strongest sun flare of the 12 months on Tuesday, although the massive storm shouldn’t pose a threat to Earth. The highly effective X3.3 sun flare peaked at 5:12 pm EST on Tuesday from the AR1890 sunspot.

NASA’s sun Dynamics Orbiter captured a phenomenal excessive-definition video of the adventure as it erupted from the sun. the material ejected right through the X-class flare most likely won’t create any considerations for earth, in step with officials. stories that nationwide weather service area weather Prediction middle officials defined on Wednesday:

“No geometric disturbance is expected from this experience. then again, area 1890 continues to be amazing and smartly-put, so maintain tabs of activity here.”

An X-type sunlight flare is the most powerful variety the sun can give off. earlier than Tuesday’s event, the most highly effective flare of the 12 months used to be an X3.2 adventure in may right through a hyperactive week the place the solar fired off three major flares in at some point, notes NBC news.

the major flare isn’t a shock, since the solar is presently in the top of its eleven-12 months sunlight Cycle 24. It fired off a number of smaller X-classification sun flares in late October as smartly. No main disruptions are anticipated from the latest flare, but the Earth received’t be utterly untouched from the adventure.

Tuesday’s flare led to a radio blackout and a “magnetic crochet,” or a disturbance in the planet’s magnetic field that happens whereas the flare is in growth. The magnetic crochet is a uncommon cosmic sight that most often happens all over quick flares. unlike coronal mass ejections, which most effective impact the magnetic field after the flare ends, a magnetic crochet disrupts the field right through the flare.

Astronomer Tony Phillips commented that more flares can be on the heels of Tuesday’s. He wrote in an update on, “more eruptions are within the offing. NOAA forecasters estimate a forty five percent chance of M-category sun flares and a ten p.c chance of X-flares on Nov. 6.”

Scientists were monitoring area weather incident, together with solar flares, seeing that 1843. X-class flares, like Tuesday’s, can submit a possibility to satellites and astronauts in orbit relying on where they are aimed.

[picture via NASA/SDO]

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  1. lets roll says:

    I mean the actually solar flare that sprouts up from the sun not the CME that hits Earth. Also, what is the velocity of a solar flare large enough to hit Earth? I would like a source if possible.

  2. Dom L says:

    If we get a massive Solar Flare that hits Earth, how would it effect Nuclear Plants? Would we get enough warning in time to evacuate?

  3. Andre says:

    I’m a fiction writer doing some research for a new story and would like to know more about solar flares? If they would do things like disrupt technology and radio signals and later on decimate the Earth, what sorts of effects would it have on the moon?

    Also, what are some other ways the world could possibly come to an end — we’ve heard enough about global warming, 2012 and asteroids. What are some other possibilities?

  4. Sergeant Pickle says:

    so the poles are weakening now and theres gonna be a once every few thousand year shifts, plus a solar flare predicted 2013, way these things role i reckon they would happen at the same time what would happen? would we get a touch more radiation ie sterilised/incinerated?

  5. ScRSC says:

    I read that the corona and the sunspots were mainly responsible for solar flares, but I can’t bring myself to explain how they cause solar flares to happen. Could you please provide a simple explanation about it? please ^.^

  6. Chris R says:

    What would happen if a massive solar flare impacted earth?
    What else, other then mass electric circuiting, would happen? What would the effect be on humans and to wildlife? Would it burn up forests?
    I need the information because I’m writing a story.
    Ten points to the most informative answer.
    Ok, honestly I knew that. Its kinda obvious. If you didn’t notice, it says ‘Massive solar flare’, meaning one that would be catastrophic to earth.

  7. Squall Leonhart says:

    I’m writing a story and was wondering when solar flares happened in 1985.

  8. unbleevable39 says:

    What is the tie (if any) to our sun’s natural cycle of warming and cooling have to do with the climate on our planet ?
    As I understand, a new backwards facing sunspot was discoverd reacently and it had been observed that in the past when backward sunspots appeared it would seem to be a precurser to a more active solar flare season too come.

  9. Goe122 says:

    Can solar flares have an impact on how tropical cyclones (Hurricanes, Typhoons, or simply Cyclones) form?
    Can solar storms affect the intensity, duration and impact of a tropical cyclone?

  10. Ryan Z says:

    I am writing an essay on this for an AP class of mine and I’ve been researching it online all night; I just can’t seem to find anything that is understandable that gives me what I need. I need to know the stages of a solar flare and what happens in each stage. Please help!

  11. The Villain says:

    All of the answers I’ve found to this question have only said that a huge solar flare would cause a widespread blackout. I would specifically like to know if there would be any direct effect on organic life, and would there be any lasting effect on the environment? If so, would being underground spare you?
    Notice how I said cataclysmic. I know solar flares happen all the time. I’m talking about one the likes of which have never been seen.

  12. Jeracoo L says:

    I need help with this because I think they are the danger to other animals but I need to get the answer because it’s in my assignment. Please help me I’d appreciate it very much.

  13. rashest_hippo says:

    Several strong solar flares including an x.17 were realesed but didn’t hit earth but i think th esunspot is coming towards earth…. will it affect louisiana?

  14. Jermaine J says:

    Why not a meteor? A solar flare seems far-fetched. I’ve never heard of a solar flare destroying a planet before. What is it with new disaster movies featuring solar flares? I don’t believe a solar flare could destroy earth.

  15. che-che says:

    Every other planet,comet,moon,asteroid etc appears to be visited by solar flares and solar wind. The Earth (so far ) seems to be rather mildly effected.Solar winds on Mars cause 300 mph winds. Is this due to the magnetic properties of the planet Earth? This solar wind has been noted on even new planets Xena and Sida(. names escape me at this point.) but as far away as they are they feel the solar tide. These new planets are even more distance than Pluto. However all other planets Mercury,Venus,Mars,Jupiter etc seem to be ravage by these solar winds. How are we protected? Do the magnetic forces of a rotating Earth deflect these winds somehow? Apparently. How lucky for us.

  16. mmminja says:

    “Not another question about whether man walked on the moon” I hear you cry!!!
    Okay can somone please clear up this argument between myself and my husband! I totally believe man walked on the moon and my husband doesn’t. I have managed to debunk all his theorys but he is clinging onto one theory that, due to solar flares bursting onto the moons surface, there is no way anyone could survive them?? Come on everyone prove him wrong!!!!!

  17. JackReynolds says:

    What is the relationship between solar winds, solar flares, and sunspots?

  18. Mark says:

    In the event of a massive solar flare, How long will the radiation last on the surface of the earth, An idea to know when it would be safe to surface, and how deep underground would you haft to be to be t avoid it.

  19. uberfailz says:

    And qhat are the
    dangers of solar flares to us on Earth?

  20. blarg blarg says:


    Do Solar Flares That Hit the earth Contain Hydrogen. Where Hydrogen Mixes With the Ozone Layer to Produce Water… This Was then Collects and Produces Vapor which then Falls into the earth.. Which Increases The Volume of Water On The Earth?

  21. Stevalicious says:

    Novice pioneer survivalist woman here that has no idea of how the microwave can be used to protect my laptop or radio, etc in case EMP or solar flares. As I am just entering into the wonderful world of prepping and have no understanding of such technical matters as constructing a faraday cage (I don’t have any carpentry skills either…sigh), I need to know basic info on easy prepping to protect these items. Thanks for any help.

  22. addmeonxbox360myuserisfallior says:

    Say there was a huge solar flare (like the one that is been ‘predicted’ for 2012), and everything electrical stopped working, would that be the end of it? How long would it take to piece our global infrastructure back together? Would we ever be able to use electrical equipment again? Because basically everything we use is electrical nowadays.
    I’m really curious now xD
    I don’t really understand how electrical equipment would be affected anyway; would the effects of the flare wear off or something after a while?

  23. kerrin marz says:

    just wondering how long it takes the x rays, gamma rays etc… to reach earth following X class solar flares.

    Is it the same time as light? (8 mins?)
    But how come the ionizing radiation takes so long to reach earth?
    I thought it would travel the same speed as light.

    So we actually have a few days to prepare for radiation bombardment?

  24. Jeff says:

    1859, the Sun produced a solar flare that caused the fire telegraph office.

    What would happen if a solar storm produce a large solar flare? Since solar flares have a temperature average of 44 million degrees Celsius.

  25. lucasg615 says:

    I know that solar flares do not make much of an impact on Earth, but the rare ones that do, what kind of an impact do they make on Earth? Are there power cuts?
    If there are disruptions, why did the solar flare cause them?

  26. Clayton Cottrell says:

    I heard that the poles are switching, also that the solar flares dissrupt the protective field around the earth that causes temperature increases? It is linked to global warming.
    I know my facts are messed up in my head, can you clarify this?

  27. toast says:

    In the movie Knowing, a solar flare hit the Earth and according to Nicolas Cage’s character, it was powerful enough to kill everything within a mile under the Earth’s surface. Is a scenario like this realistic? Also, is there any way to survive a major solar flare?

  28. Chris R says:

    i mean a massive solar flare that could wipe out all communications or worse some point this year?

  29. soccermaster1 says:

    what is the worst thing that could happen? i saw in a show that solar flares could bring millions back to the eighteenth century.. but i have read that it would end the world entirely. which is true?? and is one really going to happen this year ?

  30. Elijah luv says:

    I’m curious to know how much solar flares can actually affect weather conditions here. Given satellites can be affected by extra solar wind, I’m also wondering if meteorologists have determined if this is significant enough for conditions lower than the ionosphere on Earth and if they can utilize that input into determining weather conditions?

  31. Courtney says:

    Solar flares are huge filaments of excited arching gas extending hundreds of thousands of km above the surface of the sun.

    True or false? Can’t find any help in my textbook.

  32. sakyue1993 says:

    What can solar flares do to our planet or humans if a major solar flare were to head towards earth? I know there was a recent solar flare not to long ago that erupted and caused some black outages or disruptions in communication networks, but what would a solar flare do to Earth or us humans if there was a big enough solar flare that struck Earth? Could it possibly melt the Earths core/crust? Bring down communication? What would happen?

  33. mal_functiongeo says:

    What would happen world wide to our electricity?

    what would happen to out plant life?

    would any part of the Earth experience forest fires as a direct result of the solar flares?

    How would society survive [if we could]?
    would we know if the solar flares are approaching, or would the flares be the same speed as light (therefore reaching Earth within seconds)?
    oh well. I was hoping to write an apocalyptic story for it, but i guess solar flares are too boring.

  34. Larry R says:

    If a ship would be close enough to a solar flare, how would it affect the ship?

    Would the ship just explode? What devices and technologies would break down on the ship?
    Would their be any home to repair the ship?
    Could it throw your navigation off course?

    These are just some of my many questions.

  35. Ramblin Spirit says:

    Recently I know alot of people who have had animals die in suspicious circumstances, these are not the same species and are at least 20 miles apart. Somebody said that the solar flares can cause animals to drop down dead, is this true?
    The word gullible is in the dictionary I just looked it up, whos the dumb one?

  36. United says:

    I recall this topic disscussed in physics class, however that was many many years ago. I also can’t remember if the solar flares have an efect on weather paterns or just the Van Allen radiation belts?

  37. supernerd567 says:

    I’m just wondering since were going to be entering the peak season for solar flares in a few years and if a solar flare large enough to destroy all electronic equiptment on earth I want to know what I can use to stop it from wrecking my stuff ie. Phone, iPod etc. Which leads me to my question of would aluminium foil stop the flares damaging radiation and stop my stuf breaking?

  38. Dark_LovexXx says:

    Okay, in the last 10 years or so I’ve been constantly told that huge solar flares can knock out sensitive communications and electronic equipment. If that is true, then why didn’t it knock out the Apollo capsules during the late 60′s early 70′s. Solar cycle 20 started in 1964 and peaked in 1969. Why didn’t those solar flares knock out communications and equipment on the Apollo capsules?

  39. mike s says:

    2012 is supposed to have the strongest and most intense solar flares in recorded history.

  40. Thomas Lopez says:

    Could a huge one shut down electronics for a long period of time?

    I am a writer and am writing a fictional story at the moment that might have solar flares in it. Therefore, I need to know the effects they can have on Earth and technology in general.

  41. Dana G says:

    So yesterday our Internet has being going down and I saw on the news about two massive solar flares that hit earth. Could it effect my computer?

  42. SKATEskum says:

    After the recent big solar flare I found that my swimmingpool is a strange yellow colour, not the water, the bottem. The strange thing is that everywhere something was lying, like leaves and the cleaner, it is the normal colour, like a permanent shadow. That is why I dont think it is chemical. Any ideas
    the water is crystal clear and the stain on the bottom doesn’t scrub off.

  43. Balla says:

    I don’t know much about the deaf community but I just wondered how parents communicate danger to their deaf children. They can’t hear if you shout out a warning or if you’re far away and want to get their attention.

    Also, how do hearing and deaf children (not siblings) around kindergarten age interact? And how well do they get along (e.g. are deaf children teased, etc.)?

  44. simply complicated says:

    Does anyone know how the goverment plans to handle huge fires that will start up around the country when these solar flares burn up cities, states,etc?

  45. Nathan B says:

    I mean like will the solar flares ever happen to actualy destory the earth crust. Not in 2012 just about 1000 years in time?

  46. PillowMan1234 says:

    i dont have the time today to look for some solar flare precautions. ive spent a little while looking but couldnt find anything. my project is due today and i have other things to do yet on it that might be a little more important. so if anyone here is bored and wants something to do, please look for some possible precautions to a solar flare.

  47. Scott W says:

    Would a stronger ionosphere/ozone/atmosphere make resistance on the visibility of solar flares? Not like Northern Lights, but the Aug 3rd, 2010 solar flare storm.

  48. Mackenzie P says:

    Nasa says there is definitely going to be a next solar flare in 2013. (see link below)
    How should i wrap up my computer so it will not spoil. o.O
    My computer is very expensive and i cannot afford to buy a next one.

  49. floydian8717 says:

    If a solar flare travels at the speed of light, how can NASA (or anybody else) provide warning of them? It would seem that by the time their equipment detected the flare, its already here.

    It seems comparable to having a “bullet warning system” that alerts you when you’ve been shot.

    What am I missing?

  50. ibjammin44 says:

    What happens if the sun bombards Earth with solar flares and especially ones of high magnitude. I would like to know every effect and detail please.

  51. evil chevy says:

    I was watching the news today and it’s said that sometime in 2013, a solar flare will happen and could do damage. And I could be concerned but then again I could be overreacting. But I do need some honest answers especially from people who work for NASA.

  52. mal_functiongeo says:

    What is the most likely worst case scenario that will happen if the solar flares of 2013 take place?

  53. Cliffy N says:

    I was looking at a website that has long range weather forecasts (like 6 months in advance) and the meteorologist who runs the site said that when we have big solar flares or sun spots it can affect our weather on Earth; mainly raising temperatures and some other things that I forgot. But I checked around and it seems that a lot of meteorologists and forecasters think that’s pretty much nonsense. I know solar flares can affect some things, like our satellite TV service goes down when there’s a lot of solar activity. Can it affect our weather? And more specifically, if for example there’s a big solar flare this month, can it affect how our weather behaves 3 months down the road?

  54. sam N says:

    Studies have shown that teaching “stranger danger” in school has done little to lower the risk of crimes against children, since most crimes against children are not actually committed by strangers.

    What is the best advice you have for either not allowing your children to be victimized, of what to do afterwards?

    Here are mine:
    1. Always know what your child is wearing. It’s the first question you’ll be asked.
    2. Teach your child that if anyone tries to touch them in a way that makes them feel uncomfortable, they need to tell a trusted adult.
    3. Teach your child that no adult, other than someone helping to clean them, or a doctor, should touch them where they wear underwear.
    4. Tell your child what child predators say or do (pretend to need help finding a puppy, or imitate trustworthy adults like cops, or sent by the child’s parents), and that they should not go with these people
    5. Teach your child to check ID and badges (for cops) before immediately trusting them

  55. Joe M says:

    Are they only ‘kind of’ in danger right now?

    Does Al Qeada only ‘sort of’ want to kill Americans, right now?

  56. Travoiz says:

    I recently found out my girlfriend is addicted to crystal meth. How do I go about getting a court to declare her a danger to herself and others so she can enter a state funded rehab center. We live in los angeles

  57. Cpt Excelsior says:

    At extremely low temperatures, thin polyethylene fabric would become brittle. Any small flaws in the fabric could cause a balloon made of the fabric to spring a leak and break. Which location, upper, middle, or lower, in the troposphere would the danger be most acute?

  58. nathan says:

    act or feel when the person they are seeking to fight simply ignores and/or avoids them?

    “people still have that animal instinct – that when you are faced with danger or superiority, you must fight back with making yourself look even more superior or dangerous.”

  59. wwwavid360gamercom says:

    Are we out of reach of such a tremendous solar flare from reaching and scorching/incinerating our planet? penetrating and disintegrating our ozone and essentially killing off our whole planet within several hours or days? I seen the movie “Knowing” and it seems pretty plausible to me.

  60. Clayton Cottrell says:

    Suppose a super solar flare were to project charged particles toward the Earth at a speed of 1.67 percent of the speed of light. (Such a high speed is not actually possible by ordinary solar processes.) Determine the time it would take for the particles to reach the Earth. Express the answer in hours.

  61. Dr Dorian says:

    I’ve heard that the northern lights may be seen in more southern parts of the world due to 3 solar flare eruptions. How far south?

  62. Sahil says:

    Are there any dangers?

  63. jdfan says:

    It takes solar flares 8 minutes to travel from the sun to the earth.
    So why do astronauts have to react instantly when they observe a flare?

  64. Keaton says:

    My friend told me that you have to unplug all electronics when the solar flare hits today or else they’ll be wiped out. They said to unplug them from 3-9 PM. Is this true?

  65. baldy eire says:

    If that is where the ozone layer is the thickest ,then how is a solar flare going to heated up so much and melt the ice cap without frying us in the process considering the ozone everywhere else in the world is so much thinner?

  66. John G says:

    The United States consumes 2.5´1019 J of energy each year. A typical solar flare releases 5.0´1024 J of energy. How many years could we run the United States on the energy released by this solar flare if all of the released energy could be used?

  67. skychi99 says:

    I’ve been offered steroids at the gym I go to and wonder what the dangers are? I’m 7 stone over weight and am trying to turn my life around and was told if I take them I will turn my fat into muscle in no time. However I know there can be dangerous side effects but don’t know what.

  68. apleaforbrandon says:

    I am researching on building a space habitat close to the moon and earth at L4, can someone please tell me the effects that a solar flare will have on this settlement? I dont know whether the materials I use for radiation shielding can withstand such high temperatures.
    Also suggest the best protective material.

    Thanks in advance
    it is made of a fictitious allotrope of silicon

  69. Malcolm Hudson says:

    Solar flare what is it?
    Solar maximum what is it ?
    Could it destroy earth?
    Some people say it could destroy the ozone layer?
    Some say it could destroy the sun?
    Could it disrupt our orbit/magnetic field ?
    Could it shift poles?
    Could it disrupt/destroy WORLDWIDE electrical systems?
    Could it open planet earth up to any dangers?
    Is it even guaranteed to happen?

  70. Brendan O says:

    There was a massive solar flare today. My PS3 turned on by itself and my garage door opened on its own. Was it the solar flare that cause this?

  71. blarg blarg says:

    Will a regular residential garage shield a car from the effects of a coronal mass ejection (CME) caused by a solar flare, and if not, is there any way to do so?
    *Assuming that the solar flare isn’t stopped by the atmosphere, it has happened before but when it happened we didn’t have a power grid, or cars, or any of the stuff we rely on nowadays and it’s only a matter of time before it does again. NOAA is on high alert, and the sun is approaching solar maximum.

    Only knowledgeable answers, please.

  72. Andrew S says:

    I heard that a solar flare is suppose to hit earth. And the government is suppose to kill some of the American to desceases the population. Too many people are having babies. Are these things true?

  73. Dr Hank says:

    Ive heard that a solar flare from the sun could take out the national electric grids. However, would my car be taken out? Its got a lot of electric parts so not sure if that would be affected too. Or would that only be affected on an EMP?? Thanks in advance

  74. zaclo says:

    I’m curious as to how fast a solar flare could hit earth. From my ‘reading up’ on previous flares, it seems it generally takes a couple days for flares to hit earth. But I recall reading somewhere that some of the strongest flares to hit earth took a much shorter time…even down to like 18 hours or so.

    Is it possible a very strong solar flare could take 6 hours or less to hit earth ? Would love to know what the quickest time on record is so far……for a flare to hit earth , once it was spawned.

  75. Myles says:

    Destroy meaning at least disable, like fry the hard drive or whatever, what would happen if a massive solar flare occurred?

  76. Melanie says:

    With some medications they slow down your heartrate. Does this have any adverse effects or pose any dangers?

  77. Peter says:

    Thirteen seems young to be putting a utube video out on the internet.
    What are the dangers? Am I being overprotective? I have very mixed and concerned feelings.

  78. stealspartansbcglobalnet says:

    Excluding maritime trading (trading by sea) i cant find any site that gives details about the actual dangers the traders faced, just speculative BS about the dangers in cities, i need to know more about what they faced on the road.

  79. EzioAuditore1459 says:

    I know someone who smokes only a cigarette or two each month. She doesn’t see any harm in that at all. Are there dangers to that, besides the risk of getting addicted? If she continues to smoke no more than a pack a year, what are the dangers?

  80. isk8at818 says:

    Honestly, this is scaring the SHIT out of me. Do we get solar flares all the time? NASA said they predicted this, which makes me believe it. Can somebody tell me if this stuff it going to happen?
    It’s really scaring me. :’(
    (I’m too gullible…)

  81. Oilers says:

    What are the effects it could have on Earth and on our weather?

  82. Blake says:

    But what if there is no electricity for it to affect?
    Would it still damage all electrical appliances?

  83. Gabriel Kenney says:

    Do they cause Human damage? Or do Solar Flares only affect electronics?

  84. baldy eire says:

    If someone is to smoke weed for the first and only time, what are the dangers?

    Cannabis is also known as:

  85. PolishPokeyPimp says:

    All of these solar flares are freaking me out. Should I be scared of it? Will they kill us?
    Thanks Shawn, that really helps now. :)

  86. lildevilgurl152004 says:

    They say its the biggest one ever or could this be a sign of 2012

  87. baldy eire says:

    So I heard about a solar flare that’s going to occur next year because the sun is going through some sort of “change” and it’s going to wipe out all of our electricity. I also heard that if the earth’s magnetic field weakens at that time, particles from the sun (electrons etc) are going to go into our atmosphere, which will be really bad and kill us. How likely do you think this will happen? I mean, I know earth’s magnetic field is weakening, but I also heard that it’s going to shift and it won’t effect us. But will it weaken during the solar flare? PLEASE ANSWER!!!

  88. Cupcakerum says:

    and any suggestion on how to survive

  89. Alex says:

    Given modern scientific knowledge forecasting huge flares of solar energy in 2012, with possibly devastating effects on earth, why is there a deafening silence about this? And all of a sudden who started this rumour about ancient Aztec forecasts of the world to end in 2012? And why would anyone believe them any more than other screwball religious forecasts?

    Why are we not being told the truth about those solar flares?

  90. airdogspace2 says:

    How is plant and animal life impacted by solar flares

  91. Jesse says:

    Does it effect electricity or cause damage?

  92. Sonny says:

    what is a solar flare anyone know what it is and explain it please best answer wins!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  93. henryshensbcglobalnet says:

    It has just been predicted that these things will casuse great damage in late 2012 and will interfere with satellites and power grides and will run up a damage of 1.2 trillion. Would this mean interfering seriously with all Internet use?

  94. kass9191 says:

    Dated 03.10.2006 a Solar Storm Warning article by NASA explains an accepted theory about solar flare activity. The two scientists involved both agreed the upcoming maximum “should be a doozy” but could not agree on ‘when’ that would be, 2010-11 or 2012. The Sun currently is in a longer than expected lull. Isn’t the later guess looking more accurate?

  95. shahrukh says:

    is there some connection between the recent solar flare and the unatural weather we have been having?

  96. Harriet W says:

    Where is the best place to be?
    is the sun has O sun spots is that good or bad?
    Isnt there supposed to be a solor flare in 2012? What should we expect?

  97. josh12rox says:

    i want to know every difference and similarities of them please. every detail. 5 star to the one i like. thanks

  98. colingrillo says:

    So in the news their has been information on solar flares lately; personally I don’t believe solar flares will happen any time soon that will disrupt Earth. However it got me thinking, if a large solar flare storm was to happen, would it temporarily knock out electronic equipment? Or somehow permanently damage it so all electronics would need replacing?

  99. Random says:

    So i have to write a paper about the dangers of a drug and i got stuck with Whip its. What are some dangers of Whip Its and what are some good websites

  100. everythingisgonnabefine says:

    It says that there is one predicted to happen in 2012 and will knock out power fir 130 million ppl..–solar-flares-systems-collapse

  101. musicistabest says:

    plz help i am freakin out try to get my homework done

  102. nothin_nyce1 says:

    I was just wondering if anyone knows the effects of solar flares on earth and its electromagnetic field and box links to any good websites on the subject thanks

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