Humans Affected by Solar Activity - Space Weather




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Published on Jun 25, 2011


Solar and geomagnetic activity can negatively impact technology. The U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA,, Space Weather Prediction Center, and the U.S. Air Force, jointly prepare and report solar and geophysical activity, daily. Activity is monitored 24/7, and alerts and advisory bulletins are sent out when deemed necessary.

There has been little focus or public awareness on the significant correlations, and potential negative impact these disturbances can have on humans, and that needs to change.

An increasing amount of evidence links biological effects to solar and geomagnetic disturbances. Hundreds of studies published referred to changes in human physiological, and psychological responses at different levels of GMA activity.

Increased seizure activity, psychiatric admissions, heart attacks, strokes, dizziness, hallucinations, sleep paralysis, aggression, depression, suicides, traffic accidents, insomnia, premature births, etc., have all been correlated with these disturbances.

The brain contains magnetite, a black mineral form of iron oxide and it is one of the major ores of iron that is strongly magnetic.

The brain uses magnetic signals. The earth produces geomagnetic signals. The parts of the brain that are the most sensitive to geomagnetic signals are the parts with the lowest electrical thresholds, i.e., the temporal lobes.

See more studies on my blog from link provided above.

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