Was the Titanic Disaster Caused by a Solar Flare?

It is now believed that a geomagnetic storm interfered with the Titanic’s navigation and communications. Situated 13,000ft beneath the surface of the Atlantic, the wreck of the Titanic was discovered in 1985 and has since served as a humbling reminder of the disaster that claimed over 1,500 lives. Many factors have been attributed to the string of events that lead … Continue reading

Space Storm Belt Discovered Across U.S. Upper Midwest

If you live one of the states in the Upper Midwest portion of the U.S. and you’re looking for something else to worry about besides the election, the Packers and bad cheese – this may be it. A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey has determined that this area, particularly the states of Wisconsin and Minnesota, suffers from enough … Continue reading

Giant Solar Filament Growing Since August 31 to Ignite an Earth Directed Hyder Flare Explosion

A more than 450,000 km from end-to-end, dark solar filament of magnetism is currently growing on the sun since August 31, 2016. This giant filament is held above the surface of the sun by magnetic lines of force. The collapse of this unstable structure could produce an Earth directed ‘Hyder flare’ explosion. But it is only now that space agencies … Continue reading

Artist’s illustrations of the normal, relatively quiet sun (left) and a potential superflare erupting from our star (right).
Sun Could Unleash Devastating ‘Superflare’

The sun is capable of firing off an incredibly powerful superflare that could wreak havoc on Earth’s technology-dependent society, a new study suggests. The same basic processes drive the “normal” flares of high-energy radiation emitted by the sun and superflares blasted out by faraway stars, which can be thousands of times more powerful, researchers found. This result “supports the hypothesis … Continue reading