The nose knows
I'm pretty sure there's other proponents of the micronova theory outside of Douglas Vogt, though you'll have to look into subjects like the galactic current sheet and catastrophism, the latter of which has an extremely bad name with normie scientists thanks to a literal glownigger by the name of Charles Hapgood, who was ironically one of the key people in establishing what the current field of catasrophism entails. The story about Hapgood is a pretty interesting one, though I'm not sure if posting it would be on-topic.I wouldn't be surprised if it were the latter, in all honesty. The sun's an unpredictable ball of gas and plasma that could easily wipe out the entire universe at any given moment and no one can stop it. They still don't know what causes things like solar flares or the bursts all that well. And no one's even tried to address any precautions when/if an x-class or higher flare actually does hit Earth, and I'm willing to bet they never will because by the time that happens, Earth as a whole is pretty much fucked regardless. But if Suspicious)bservers also uses the same sources, wouldn't that make their research just as fallible as the so-called professionals?
At the same time though, I don't quite buy into the concept of a Micronova (or the Great Solar Flash) when a regular flash can do just as much damage. Especially when it's only one guy (Douglas Vogt) who's brought the concept up and a bunch of new age morons thinking something like that or some other astral catastrophe like 5D will happen on the 21st. That's not to say nothing could happen, but I doubt it'll be something on that kind of scale.