Solar Storms And Why The Sun’s Activity Is Important To Watch

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In the summer we feel the sun on our faces. The sun keeps the planet warm and from entering another ice age. It helps us to be able to grow food and keeps the plant life thriving. Our very existence depends on our closest star. When it gets active, however, it is also capable of changing our world, and our lives. It may even be doing damage to the ozone layer, something that protects…

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After spending 25 years in Law Enforcement and changing careers I am here to write about the things I see, things I know, and things I find curious. Be ready!

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