Tuesday, December 19, 2017


So, apparently, supernovae affect our weather. Here on Earth.

The mechanism is that cosmic radiation affects atmospheric ionization and thus both temperature and rainfall. Supernovae change the level of cosmic radiation.

Of course, our local sun has much more of an effect, but some of the climate cycles the Earth experiences appear to be connected to the galactic orbit.

Food for thought.

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