Yes, it's still more weirdness from modern astrophysics.
Or as Arnold Kling writes, "Systems invite gaming".
"CME" stands for coronal mass ejection and it's consequences sound severely ugly. Just in case you don't have enough to worry about . . .
See also "Solar Storms Can Devastate Entire Civilizations".
As an only child I'm happy to see the dopey myths debunked.
I haven't checked this, but it is consistent with what I've read elsewhere. If true, this one more indictment of people making the anthropogenic climate change argument.
"Researchers think they have, for the first time, discovered the 'cradle of humanity' where the first modern humans evolved before spreading across the globe."
Still more weirdness from modern astrophysics.
Alas, given that it's now McRib season again, the return of the famous sandwich does not--shockingly!--mean that the stock market will necessarily go up.
Nice analysis. but the author left out a couple of the reasons I, personally, was given: 1) "The data are in my attic and I don't want to go look for them, and 2) "My co-author has the data and he's in Japan now." [Far, far beyond the reach of modern communications.]