Many people ask me, “Is there really such a thing as northern lights?” Yes, there truly is.
It’s so common to hear about Northern Lights that I feel it’s important to note the fact that no one really has an exact definition of what they mean. The “Northern Lights” that I hear about are not actually in the northern hemisphere. They’re not just in Canada. They’re in Russia, Siberia, China, Mexico, and South America. It’s almost like they’re a different phenomenon that only happens in certain places.
Some believe that they are lights that are coming from the northern hemisphere when it is actually an aurora borealis. Like the aurora that comes from Canada, Siberia, and Mexico. When these lights appear they are usually seen in the evening or after sunset. Like the lights you see during a full moon, its not really a full moon that causes the lights. The Northern Lights are actually caused by the same phenomenon that causes the aurora.
The northern lights are a phenomenon that can be witnessed when the northern hemisphere (or southern) hemisphere is in the dark. That’s what northern lights are. If you are in the southern hemisphere then you can’t see the lights. The northern lights are actually caused by something called a aurora borealis. This is a phenomenon that is similar to the aurora borealis except for the fact that the aurora borealis is caused by sun spots that are moving across the sky.
The sun spots are actually caused by a phenomenon called the coronal mass ejection, or CME for short. CMEs are bright flashes of plasma that can be seen from space. Unlike the northern lights, CMEs aren’t a source of aurora. The northern lights are actually caused by a much more powerful phenomenon, the solar storm.
The solar storm is the most powerful event in our solar system. It occurs when the solar atmosphere is bombarded by charged particles from space. These particles can cause the intensity of the sunspot cycle to increase dramatically. The coronal mass ejections are a result of the process.
Basically, CMEs are the result of the solar storm process and are a result of a lot of solar storms. They are like tornadoes, but without the winds. The solar storm also causes coronal mass ejections, which are the result of the solar atmosphere being bombarded by charged particles from space. CMEs can cause the intensity of the sunspot cycle to increase dramatically.
The most likely culprit is an ancient virus in CMEs. The virus is called the Tango virus and it’s caused the intensity of the sunspot cycle to increase dramatically. However, it’s really more of a symptom of the virus, and it’s caused by a virus that won’t spread, but just temporarily.
Another possible cause is the death of a star or the destruction of a planet. It is possible that the death of a star or the destruction of a planet could cause a CME to form. However, a CME is not a solar phenomenon, so this wouldn’t result in a sunspot cycle.
In some CMEs (but not in the real ones), the virus is a kind of death ray. The idea here is that if you have a large enough star or planet that is just there to cause a CME to form, then it will have been damaged. The idea is to get rid of the virus and put it into a small container. The container is called a “water chamber.