OThis may have chilled TX (by AllyM [NJ]) Feb 26, 2021 12:14 PM|
OThis may have chilled TX (by John... [MI]) Feb 26, 2021 1:26 PM
OThis may have chilled TX (by Allym [NJ]) Feb 26, 2021 5:37 PM
OThis may have chilled TX (by on [WI]) Feb 26, 2021 9:14 PM
OThis may have chilled TX (by on [WI]) Feb 27, 2021 12:33 AM
OThis may have chilled TX (by Allym [NJ]) Feb 27, 2021 9:41 AM
OThis may have chilled TX (by John... [MI]) Feb 27, 2021 4:15 PM
OThis may have chilled TX (by JAC [OH]) Feb 27, 2021 8:38 PM
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OThis may have chilled TX (by AllyM [NJ]) Posted on: Feb 26, 2021 12:14 PM
So this occurred right before TX got the bone chilling arctic air. A coronal mass explosion on the sun created this aurora. It's millions of tons of the outer skin of the sun, corona, solar mass hitting the magnetic field and this was a direct hit according to NASA. If it looks like a crown, it's right over you. According to weather sources it heated up the air over the pole 100 degrees from -110 to -10 and displaced the jet stream which keeps the coldest air locked up over the poles. //www.spaceweather.com/archive.php?view=1&day=08&month=02&year=2021 --108.24.xx.xx
OThis may have chilled TX (by John... [MI]) Posted on: Feb 26, 2021 1:26 PM
Do you have a link to any reliable source that says that Sun auroras have ANY significantly affect at all on the weather on Earth?
A quick search finds weather.gov (the National Weather Service) stating that "space weather has limited direct physical impacts on Earth."
Everything I can find from any real source says that it can affect radio communications and electricity in some cases, but nothing that says it affects the weather as you suggest here. At all.
OThis may have chilled TX (by Allym [NJ]) Posted on: Feb 26, 2021 5:37 PM
Auroras themselves have no effect on weather. What causes the weather issue is the same thing that causes the aurora. That is a chunk of the sun's outer layer breaking off and plowing onto the earth's magnetic field. It's called a Coronal Mass Ejection, CME. A chunk of the sun. Do you get that?
One of the sources said the CME caused the high temps over the pole and the jet stream to collapse and dump the cold air due to the temperature anomaly.
. How could the sun not have an effect on weather? I mean that's just common sense. We just went through this last fall when I commented that the solar minimum caused the atmosphere to collapse and dump it's water and also the stratosphere was exceptionally cold just above us. When the sun heats the earth air rises and cools into clouds which can then drop rain on us. That's first grade science. --108.24.xx.xx
OThis may have chilled TX (by on [WI]) Posted on: Feb 26, 2021 9:14 PM
No disrespect maam. But this is not the first time that this has happened. They put up thier solar panels war of the worlds wind mills. And they froze up. Zero back up plan but there are 3 major grids for electricty. And they chose to not be part of it.
Just look at the people suffering and then getting a 3000 dolar bill for the up grade to a off grid --207.200.xxx.xx
OThis may have chilled TX (by on [WI]) Posted on: Feb 27, 2021 12:33 AM
My grumpy uncle had a lot things to say
and did you ever research progect ice worm in greenland --207.200.xxx.xx
OThis may have chilled TX (by Allym [NJ]) Posted on: Feb 27, 2021 9:41 AM
on, right, this is not the first time it happened. One news report said it happened in 1989. That year, like this one, the sun was going from it's weakest state, Solar Minimum, to it's stronger condition, Solar Maximum. That year was brutal here in NJ too and I bought a snow blower and a 1989 Bronco II and then it did not snow again much until 1996.
I did hear about the wind and solar mess and being off the grid. The people who did that I think quit or got fired the news said. My cousin is an engineer and she works at moving energy on the grid around the country to places where it's needed. I am going to ask her what she knows.
Sun has cycles and in these regular, almost clockwork, cycles it does things like what it did to Texas. We can plan if this became widely known and a weather service featured this phenomenon and spread the information to all. But they don't. I mention these cycles to friends and people I know.
On, WI, I will look up the ice worm in Greenland. --108.24.xx.xx
OThis may have chilled TX (by John... [MI]) Posted on: Feb 27, 2021 4:15 PM
AllyM: Again, I will ask the question a different way then:
Do you have a link to any reliable source that says that Sun Coronal Mass Ejections have ANY significantly affect at all on the weather on Earth?
Again, I can provide sources that say that they do NOT. Here's one from NASA: www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/sunearth/spaceweather/index.html#q13
It basically says that, like I mentioned above, they affect radio communications and electricity in some cases, but nothing that says it affects the weather as you suggest here.
And, yes, we DID go through this before. When you suggested things that don't make scientific sense and lack scientific backing, I once again pointed that out.
You keep mentioning "sources", but never give them (at least, not from any reliable site). I'm quoting NASA and the National Weather Service as my sources showing that these solar events do NOT affect the weather -- and you just keep going "it's common sense!" with nothing else to back that up. Sorry, but that isn't evidence or science.
All I'm asking for are some reliable sources for what you are saying. I'm not an expert -- maybe they are out there -- but, so far, NASA and the NWS say that you are simply wrong. Please show us your sources that apparently know more than those two organizations.
OThis may have chilled TX (by JAC [OH]) Posted on: Feb 27, 2021 8:38 PM
I think the core stopped spinning briefly.... you know someone drilled a hole into the center of the earth but then dropped a wrench in there and jammed it all up. The momentum shifted the polar weather to the south and whala, no power. Let's ignore the lack of weatherization, backup plans and the 3 times it happened before. I blame the guy that dropped the wrench. --72.49.xxx.xxx
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