Solar Flare

Solar flares happen relatively often. Most are so minor they are not concerning, but larger ones can affect the earth's electromagnetic field, causing interruptions in power and increasing the UV Index and radiation levels.

House Fire Prevention

April 11, 2016
House fire prevention begins with understanding the most common causes of house fires and taking precautions to avoid these situations.
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Solar Cycle 25: What You Need to Know About Solar Activity

November 22, 2023
In unraveling the mysteries of solar flares and exploring the recent sunspot activity, you can better understand the risks associated with coronal mass ejections (CMEs), and discovering how to prepare for these celestial phenomena.
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Basic Preparedness: Power

January 4, 2017
Prepare for power outages with emergency supplies, alternative lighting sources, and advanced measures like solar energy and communication plans.
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How to be Prepared for a Solar Flare

August 16, 2022
Most people are not aware of when a Solar Flare occurs. The standard solar flare is not seen by the unaided eye of humans, nor is it smart to look at the sun anyways. Despite this, they do happen. Us being on earth and within our atmosphere are generally protected from any harm a Solar Flare can cause. However, other things like power and electronics, may not escape damage.
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