More specifically, the sun’s magnetic field went topsy-turvy sometime in November or December of 2013, according to this USA Today post. That sounds bad, doesn’t it? But the post notes that the sun’s magnetic field flips about every 11 years. And of course, everything still seems to be working in spite of the most current flip. […]Read More What If the Sun’s Magnetic Field Flipped And Nobody Noticed?
So, Science World Report tried to spice things up a little with this headline: NASA Announces Coronal Mass Ejection Hurtling Toward Earth from Sun But if you read the article, I hope you understand it’s really not the end of the world. I know, I know–whoever names these things needs to consider what they sound like […]Read More This sounds bad–doesn’t it?