Solar storm 2012 - Should we be concerned?

Indonesia
October 22, 2010 11:55am CST
Last year, the 2012 doomsday issues associated with the Mayan calendar and solar storms become one of the hottest topics being discussed by many people. The issue began to subside when many scientists, including from NASA itself, issued a statement refusing doomsday speculation from solar storm in 2012. However, in August 2010, a journal of research from an Australian astronomer named David Reneke again raised this issue.Suddenly, the issue of solar storms and 2012 again became a hot issue this month.Should we be concerned?
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@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
14 Jan 11
we actually need not worry too much on. this storm was able to predict when it will happen to earth with a sun spot and BMG position and able to predict the next eight were confirmed to related offices and be in the not-up Earth has a magnetic earth itself which causes friction in turbulent flow in the outer core of the earth which protects the earth from the magnetic storm is not the first place .. but it has happened many times in earth. and it is common. and it can be anticipated by the scientists at this time.
• Indonesia
13 Jan 11
Anticipate the impact they will being done in Lapan Bandung. The biggest impact will occur in northern and southern hemispheres due to the charged particles ejected by a coronal mass ejection is deflected towards the right pole,but Indonesia will experience the impact / secondary disruption in navigation and communication systems.
@gengeni (3308)
• Indonesia
7 Nov 10
you do not be afraid, the Day of Judgement will certainly happen
@sjlskl (3385)
• Singapore
22 Oct 10
No one can predict a Solar storm. Not the Mayan, not the scientist, nor the NASA. And since such storm is a possibility, then we should all be worried.