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NOAA is reported that largest solar storm since 2005 is now in progress, causing fluctuations on the power grid and disruptions to the Global Positioning System.

The ongoing strong proton storm is in full fury. And it’s getting stronger; a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) impact also impacting us, traveling at 1,400 miles per second.

The NOAA, however, is not reporting the short and long-term impacts the solar radiation storm will have on creatures composed with Pheomelanin or on the beings composed of Eumelanin; and, according to Yakub Ultraviolet Light (UV) scientists, the most significant affects of the solar storm will be seen here.