Heat & the Solar System

Posted in I.T. Support, Our Environment by Chucky on the January 30th, 2007

Today was an interesting day. A number of clients called to complain about odd problems, all unrelated.

After a long days slog, I came to the conclusion that the Earth was just too close the Sun. The solar winds from the Sun where affecting the magenetic/polar related devices found throughout our homes/offices/world.

This then comes back to the subject of Heat. Perhaps on this rotation around the Sun, we came closer than normal, because today was a stinker hot day. And with so many un-explained problems, perhaps there was a solar flare.

Of course, clients don’t like to hear that the reason their computers are broken or playing up is because of a solar flare. I tried the idea on a client towards the end of the day and he thought it was funny. Still, I think there is more to it.

Without spending a week studying it, and not just relying on those 5 minutes of discovery channel (trade marks and copyright to Discovery Channel) we really shouldn’t discount our environment for affecting devices that are built based around electronic fields - high and low voltages. I studied 3 years of Electronic Engineering at Uni and was facinated by the fact that when you take a computer down to its basics, you have high and low voltages, 0’s and 1’s. That’s it, nothing more complicated than that! All those high level programming languages are just a fancy way of saying ON… OFF… ON… ON… etc. Think about it!

One of these days, we’re going to get a solar flare that kicks our ASS! and then we’ll all know about it. But hey, it takes a disaster to get on the news these days.

Any-who. I’m not a conspiracy theorist, so don’t get excited. Just someone at the front, taking the hits, right in the middle of things, having a whinge!

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