We're overdue by like 8 years.
Thing is, the world works in time zones, and 9 times out of 10, none of these "predictions" ever seem to take that into consideration. Just as they "conveniently" leave out exact times, meaning they can just bullshit their way out of it when it doesn't go according to plan. Which is why I don't buy into it, since the lack of literally any exact details means it could happen "at any time" and they can just go "It did happen, you just didn't notice it" when it fails to do anything.Another thing I find dubious about this supposed upcoming solar "event" is that it's supposed to happen exactly on the solstice.
It being the solstice on Earth is of no relevance to the sun. That's not to say that it's impossible that something could happen on the solstice but anything that might happen, if it happens, has roughly a 1/182.625 chance of happening on the day of a solstice.
Thing is, the world works in time zones, and 9 times out of 10, none of these "predictions" ever seem to take that into consideration.
Problem is, they claim it'll be one of two things:I wouldn't mind a solar flare knocking earth back in the dark ages. I could use some peace and quiet.