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Solar and Lunar Impact on Children’s Behaviors

solar-flareWith some of the recent acting-up, flipping-out, and breaking-down reported to me by numerous adoptive parents, I’m wondering if concurrent solar flares coming from the sun’s surface could be to blame-?  Bear with me here.

In trying to research the subject, I came across some really strange web sites.  Often astrological in nature, or referring to the Mayan elders, these are not my cupth of tea.  And most of the hard data behind violent  crimes and aggressive behaviors spiking around the time of full moons has been largely unproven.  In other words, lunacy does not necessarily come from the luna.

However, the solar eruptions give me pause for thought.  Again, while many of the sites referencing such possibilities are alternative-health pages, or purveyors of disaster survival resources which questions their credibility, some facts seem to rise to the top.  I quote:

“X-class solar flares can affect brain activity including balance, behavior, and psycho physiological (mental/ emotional/physical) response. In humans and animals it can cause; nervousness, anxiety, worry, jitters, irritable, queasiness, and head pressure.”

solar-flares-and-consciousness-shifts-L-3qbPWZBut so can a bad day at the office.  Or at home.

Also known as Coronal Mass Ejections ( or CMEs), the solar flares often disrupt internet, radio and TV transmission, credit card processing, and other parts of the electrical power infrastructure.  I wonder if that electromagnetic impact can be sensed by humans?  And what is the impact of massive amounts of radiation washing over our planet, as well?

Who knows?  How could anyone conduct objective research on solar flares and their impact on human behavior?  After all, if we’re actively looking for a cause-and-effect, we may be likely to find one.

What do you think?

In any event, may I be the first to offer up my teens as guinea pigs.  To help humankind and further scientific research, of course. 

Will they need to be gone for many months? 

(Heh, heh, heh….)


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4 Comments : Leave a Reply

  1. avatar Leah says:

    Since our children are stimulated by birthdays, holidays, back to school and so much more, it would make sense that environmental stiumuli would play a part too. Have any legtimate studies been undertaken?

  2. avatar Sybil says:

    Yes, scientific research would love to have your teens for about the next 6 to 8 years. That will get them through all of the rest of their teen years and into their early adulthood. Through this process they will become well educated and productive members of society, have impeccable manners, spew love and understanding and go on to do greater and greater things. They will adore their parents and be so grateful that they were offered up to science for the study of solar flares. Don’t even think of not letting these children have this great opportunity!! Can you sign my daughter up – we need to see how this affects young adults too! If we can’t sign up the kids, can we go?

    • avatar admin says:

      Hah, hah, hah! Some days, all we need is a time and location, Sybil…. Unfortunately, the historic St. Elizabeth’s Hospital has closed in the DC area for good. Something about they need it for Homeland Security, rather than the insane, these days. I guess we’ll have to organize ourselves.

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