Will This 'Unleash A Nightmarish Timeline For Our Planet' Or 'Just Deliver A Glancing Blow'? Biggest Solar Flare Of 2016 Arrives Soon As Experts 'Brace For Monster'
Stefan Stanford | All News Pipeline
Apr 18, 2016
Our planet is now in line to receive a 'glancing blow' following the biggest solar flare of the year, a flare that is expected to arrive at our planet on Wednesday, April 20th.
Prior to the eruption of a massive M6.7 solar flare from the sun on an earthbound path early Monday morning, scientists had warned that the 'really big ones', possibly up to 4 devastating earthquakes of magnitude 8.0 or more, were quite possible under the current conditions and within the near future. It has also long been warned that massive solar flares can be contributing factors in earthquakes upon our own planet.
According to scientists at (NCAR) in Boulder, Colo. The next solar activity cycle will be 30 to 50 percent stronger than the previous one, and up to a year late in arriving. ... One needs to go back over 8,000 years in order to find a time when the sun was, on average, as active as it is at present! They were speaking about the solar activity we are starting to experience at this time.
NASA admitted on their website: Spacequakes can cause Northern lights and magnitude 5 or 6 earthquake.
According to SpaceWeather.com, NOAA forecasters say that a CME hurled into space by today's M6.7-flare might deliver a glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field on April 20th.