Solar Flares Could Cripple Earth’s Tech Infrastructure in 2013

This week’s solar flare will likely go unnoticed by most people on Earth, but NASA says that might not be the case two years from now, when a peak in solar activity could cause trillions of dollars in damage to our high-tech infrastructure.The sun released a huge solar flare Tuesday, shooting a bunch of radiation in our direction. While the Earth isn’t expected to take a direct hit from the flare, it could rub up against the planet’s electromagnetic field on Thursday, possibly disrupting radio and satellite transmissions, not to mention creating some spectacular auroral light displays for those in the north.To read this PC World report in full, see:
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