An inedible stew of visual lunacy much of which I concocted with my own three hands.
Passenger aircraft passing through the Northern Lights would've been a great set-up for 50's Sci-Fi flick. Either they go into another time and space or get strange powers both would work.
Was lucky enough to see those (a smaller version, since I don't live far enough north for the full show) once. They're hypnotizing.
Wow Jackie - I'm jealous. I've been many places but have never seen the Northern Lights.Very cool.
Ok...so in my research prior to attempting a clever caption (yes...sometimes I spend too much time on this) I learned something cool on Wikipedia when searching for "Aurora (astronomy)". I know the Wiki ain't always fact, but it's still cool.Scroll down to "events of historical signifigance", specifically the transmission between telegraph operators using only the power that the aurora provided.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aurora_(astronomy)
Wow - fascinating ! I love stuff like this, and have never heard of the Great Geomagnetic Storm of 1859. "The most intense coronal mass ejections in history..." - amazing.Nice job Korbin ! Excellent info ! Thank you !!!
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