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Old 10-08-2012, 06:35 AM   #14
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i know you clowns dont even know this piece of kit exists.. but here you go


goes x ray flux monitor
http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/xray_1m.html
http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/index.html




For totally stupid people (fagatek and others who laugh at what they're lil minds cant fathom)

From nasas website

What are cosmic rays?

'Cosmic ray' is the (confusing) name given to any kind of energetic particle that comes from outside the Earth. These particles could be single protons, nuclei of different atoms or electrons. Cosmic rays are neither light nor beams of particles, so maybe they should be renamed energetic cosmic particles. Cosmic rays are often made when a star explodes. This is called a supernova. Some cosmic rays can be produced by the Sun and some can even come from as far away as other galaxies. These particles are very energetic, but also very small. They rarely directly hit anything as they travel through space, but if they do it can cause nuclear reactions with atoms. These reactions are similar to the activities in particle accelerators. The Sun's heliosphere protects the planets and other objects in the solar system from some of these dangerous particles. The Earth's magnetosphere and atmosphere protect life on Earth from cosmic rays that make it through the heliosphere. Studying the heliosphere will help us to prepare adequate shielding during future space travel

How do cosmic rays affect DNA?

Cosmic rays can seriously damage DNA. If DNA damage cannot be repaired by the cell, the cell could die. If the damage is copied into more cells, then a mutation could occur. Exposure to large amounts of cosmic rays could increase the risks for cancer, cataracts and neurological disorders. Long term exposure to cosmic rays, or short intense bursts, could affect the evolution of life on Earth.

http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/ib...ouKnow_prt.htm


i swear you guise act like you know shit.,, but you know less than my 11 year old nephew..

remember this is KTL not gen chat, i expect you guise to be a bit more aware of facts/reality
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