That's very interesting.
- on Mar 7th, 2011 (4 days before Fukushima), a powerful coronal mass ejection (CME) exploded from the vicinity of sunspot 1164.
- on March 9th (two days before Fukushima), Earth-orbiting satellites detected an X1.5-class explosion from behemoth sunspot 1166.
- on March 10th (1 day before Fukushima), a coronal mass ejection (CME) hit Earth's magnetic field, clanging it like a bell for 24 hours.
While there is no conclusive link between solar activity and seismicity, there are correlations. For example, there was higher than average sunspot and geomagnetic activity taking place in the days just before the massive 9.5 magnitude Chile earthquake. It remains an open question whether the rate of geomagnetic activity triggered the quake on March 11, 2011.
However, there is solid research that indicates a strong causal relationship between cetacean strandings and solar storms that impact Earth's electromagnetic field.
And more germane, it is well established that there is a direct correlation between solar mechanics that rattle Earth's electromagnetic field (which in turn disrupts the electromagnetic fields of body and brain) and negative impact on Earth's biota (including the human organism) resulting in an increase in cardiac events, strokes, epilepsy, flu pandemics, and sudden infant death syndrome, as well as increased rates of hospitalization for clinical depression and psychotic episodes. With the degree of intensity of solar activity that week, it may be safe to say that this activity was involved in that infant mortality spike.
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