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Bill Gates Excited About Senate Deal On Clean Energy But….

Article Republished By Javier Troconis

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) agreed last week to vote on the “Inflation Reduction Act of 2022,” which also includes provisions for furthering clean energy.

Reacting to the development, billionaire Bill Gates said on Twitter last week that he is “really excited” to see the two senators coming together for what could be an “historic step forward for the climate.” He expressed his view by quote-tweeting a tweet by Breakthrough Energy, which was established by Gates and a coalition of private investors in 2015 to act against the impact of accelerating climate change.

“Congress just released a historic policy framework that if signed into law will enable critical climate technologies to rapidly scale and help to build the foundation of the clean energy economy,” the Twitter handle of Breakthrough Energy tweeted.

As a threaded reply to his own tweet, Gates said Congress needs to act quickly. He expressed optimism about the U.S. delivering a clean energy future.

Related Link: What Does The New Senate Deal Mean For Tesla, Toyota And Other Automakers?

The Microsoft Corporation MSFT co-founder, however, cautioned that there’s no time to waste.

Gates has been a staunch supporter of initiatives to tackle climate change. He has also penned a book titled “How To Avoid A Climate Disaster,” wherein he discusses measures to speed up efforts to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions.

Last year, Gates promised to contribute $1.5 billion for projects to slow greenhouse gas emissions if President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan passes through Congress.

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Huge explosion erupts behind the Sun launching solar flares into space that could be seen from Earth this week

Article Republished By Javier Troconis

A HUGE explosion erupted behind the Sun and the aftermath may be able to be viewed from Earth this week.

The combustion hurled solar material into space, according to experts at spaceweather.com.

The flare occurred this weekCredit: Getty

The explosion occurred just behind the sun’s southeastern limb, giving way to a” new and active” region.

Solar filaments are clouds of ionized gas above the solar surface that sit between magnetic regions of opposite polarity, per Space Weather Live.

That magnetism has since culminated in “a slow-moving CME”, or coronal mass ejection, in the past few days.

A CME is a type of solar flare or an eruption of intense high-energy radiation from the sun’s surface.

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Solar storms can cause some disruption for humans on Earth because of their impact on devices like radios and satellites.

Each solar storm that hits Earth is graded by severity and the few predicted are only expected to be a “G1-class”.

This means they could cause weak power grid fluctuations and have a small impact on satellite communications.

Solar storms can also confuse some animals that rely on the magnetic field for direction.

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This includes some migratory birds and even whales.

Solar storms can also produce stunning natural light displays like the northern lights.

Those natural light displays are called auroras and are examples of the Earth’s magnetosphere getting bombarded by solar wind, which creates green and blue displays.

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The Earth’s magnetic field helps to protect us from the more extreme consequences of solar flares but it can’t stop all of them.

The Sun has started one of its 11-year solar cycles, which usually sees eruptions and flares grow more intense and extreme.

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Huge explosion erupts behind the Sun launching solar flares into space that could be seen from Earth this week

Article Republished By Javier Troconis

A HUGE explosion erupted behind the Sun and the aftermath may be able to be viewed from Earth this week.

The combustion hurled solar material into space, according to experts at spaceweather.com.

The flare occurred this weekCredit: Getty

The explosion occurred just behind the sun’s southeastern limb, giving way to a” new and active” region.

Solar filaments are clouds of ionized gas above the solar surface that sit between magnetic regions of opposite polarity, per Space Weather Live.

That magnetism has since culminated in “a slow-moving CME”, or coronal mass ejection, in the past few days.

A CME is a type of solar flare or an eruption of intense high-energy radiation from the sun’s surface.

Read More On Solar Flares

Wild solar flares are causing satellites to plummet back to Earth, experts claim

SUN DAMAGE

Wild solar flares are causing satellites to plummet back to Earth, experts claim

Sunspot set to burst and fling solar flare 'directly' at Earth 'causing storm'

Solar storms can cause some disruption for humans on Earth because of their impact on devices like radios and satellites.

Each solar storm that hits Earth is graded by severity and the few predicted are only expected to be a “G1-class”.

This means they could cause weak power grid fluctuations and have a small impact on satellite communications.

Solar storms can also confuse some animals that rely on the magnetic field for direction.

Most read in The Sun

This includes some migratory birds and even whales.

Solar storms can also produce stunning natural light displays like the northern lights.

Those natural light displays are called auroras and are examples of the Earth’s magnetosphere getting bombarded by solar wind, which creates green and blue displays.

Read More on The US Sun

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The Earth’s magnetic field helps to protect us from the more extreme consequences of solar flares but it can’t stop all of them.

The Sun has started one of its 11-year solar cycles, which usually sees eruptions and flares grow more intense and extreme.

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Huge explosion erupts behind the Sun launching solar flares into space that could be seen from Earth this week

Article Republished By Javier Troconis

A HUGE explosion erupted behind the Sun and the aftermath may be able to be viewed from Earth this week.

The combustion hurled solar material into space, according to experts at spaceweather.com.

The flare occurred this weekCredit: Getty

The explosion occurred just behind the sun’s southeastern limb, giving way to a” new and active” region.

Solar filaments are clouds of ionized gas above the solar surface that sit between magnetic regions of opposite polarity, per Space Weather Live.

That magnetism has since culminated in “a slow-moving CME”, or coronal mass ejection, in the past few days.

A CME is a type of solar flare or an eruption of intense high-energy radiation from the sun’s surface.

Read More On Solar Flares

Wild solar flares are causing satellites to plummet back to Earth, experts claim

SUN DAMAGE

Wild solar flares are causing satellites to plummet back to Earth, experts claim

Sunspot set to burst and fling solar flare 'directly' at Earth 'causing storm'

Solar storms can cause some disruption for humans on Earth because of their impact on devices like radios and satellites.

Each solar storm that hits Earth is graded by severity and the few predicted are only expected to be a “G1-class”.

This means they could cause weak power grid fluctuations and have a small impact on satellite communications.

Solar storms can also confuse some animals that rely on the magnetic field for direction.

Most read in The Sun

This includes some migratory birds and even whales.

Solar storms can also produce stunning natural light displays like the northern lights.

Those natural light displays are called auroras and are examples of the Earth’s magnetosphere getting bombarded by solar wind, which creates green and blue displays.

Read More on The US Sun

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The Earth’s magnetic field helps to protect us from the more extreme consequences of solar flares but it can’t stop all of them.

The Sun has started one of its 11-year solar cycles, which usually sees eruptions and flares grow more intense and extreme.

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Huge explosion erupts behind the Sun launching solar flares into space that could be seen from Earth this week

Article Republished By Javier Troconis

A HUGE explosion erupted behind the Sun and the aftermath may be able to be viewed from Earth this week.

The combustion hurled solar material into space, according to experts at spaceweather.com.

The flare occurred this weekCredit: Getty

The explosion occurred just behind the sun’s southeastern limb, giving way to a” new and active” region.

Solar filaments are clouds of ionized gas above the solar surface that sit between magnetic regions of opposite polarity, per Space Weather Live.

That magnetism has since culminated in “a slow-moving CME”, or coronal mass ejection, in the past few days.

A CME is a type of solar flare or an eruption of intense high-energy radiation from the sun’s surface.

Read More On Solar Flares

Wild solar flares are causing satellites to plummet back to Earth, experts claim

SUN DAMAGE

Wild solar flares are causing satellites to plummet back to Earth, experts claim

Sunspot set to burst and fling solar flare 'directly' at Earth 'causing storm'

Solar storms can cause some disruption for humans on Earth because of their impact on devices like radios and satellites.

Each solar storm that hits Earth is graded by severity and the few predicted are only expected to be a “G1-class”.

This means they could cause weak power grid fluctuations and have a small impact on satellite communications.

Solar storms can also confuse some animals that rely on the magnetic field for direction.

Most read in The Sun

This includes some migratory birds and even whales.

Solar storms can also produce stunning natural light displays like the northern lights.

Those natural light displays are called auroras and are examples of the Earth’s magnetosphere getting bombarded by solar wind, which creates green and blue displays.

Read More on The US Sun

Son's heartbreaking tribute to Nichelle Nichols after Star Trek icon's death

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Son’s heartbreaking tribute to Nichelle Nichols after Star Trek icon’s death

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The Earth’s magnetic field helps to protect us from the more extreme consequences of solar flares but it can’t stop all of them.

The Sun has started one of its 11-year solar cycles, which usually sees eruptions and flares grow more intense and extreme.

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Huge explosion erupts behind the Sun launching solar flares into space that could be seen from Earth this week

Article Republished By Javier Troconis

A HUGE explosion erupted behind the Sun and the aftermath may be able to be viewed from Earth this week.

The combustion hurled solar material into space, according to experts at spaceweather.com.

The flare occurred this weekCredit: Getty

The explosion occurred just behind the sun’s southeastern limb, giving way to a” new and active” region.

Solar filaments are clouds of ionized gas above the solar surface that sit between magnetic regions of opposite polarity, per Space Weather Live.

That magnetism has since culminated in “a slow-moving CME”, or coronal mass ejection, in the past few days.

A CME is a type of solar flare or an eruption of intense high-energy radiation from the sun’s surface.

Read More On Solar Flares

Wild solar flares are causing satellites to plummet back to Earth, experts claim

SUN DAMAGE

Wild solar flares are causing satellites to plummet back to Earth, experts claim

Sunspot set to burst and fling solar flare 'directly' at Earth 'causing storm'

Solar storms can cause some disruption for humans on Earth because of their impact on devices like radios and satellites.

Each solar storm that hits Earth is graded by severity and the few predicted are only expected to be a “G1-class”.

This means they could cause weak power grid fluctuations and have a small impact on satellite communications.

Solar storms can also confuse some animals that rely on the magnetic field for direction.

Most read in The Sun

This includes some migratory birds and even whales.

Solar storms can also produce stunning natural light displays like the northern lights.

Those natural light displays are called auroras and are examples of the Earth’s magnetosphere getting bombarded by solar wind, which creates green and blue displays.

Read More on The US Sun

Son's heartbreaking tribute to Nichelle Nichols after Star Trek icon's death

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Son’s heartbreaking tribute to Nichelle Nichols after Star Trek icon’s death

Woman and 5 kids killed as she drives wrong way on interstate and hits car

The Earth’s magnetic field helps to protect us from the more extreme consequences of solar flares but it can’t stop all of them.

The Sun has started one of its 11-year solar cycles, which usually sees eruptions and flares grow more intense and extreme.

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Huge explosion erupts behind the Sun launching solar flares into space that could be seen from Earth this week

Article Republished By Javier Troconis

A HUGE explosion erupted behind the Sun and the aftermath may be able to be viewed from Earth this week.

The combustion hurled solar material into space, according to experts at spaceweather.com.

The flare occurred this weekCredit: Getty

The explosion occurred just behind the sun’s southeastern limb, giving way to a” new and active” region.

Solar filaments are clouds of ionized gas above the solar surface that sit between magnetic regions of opposite polarity, per Space Weather Live.

That magnetism has since culminated in “a slow-moving CME”, or coronal mass ejection, in the past few days.

A CME is a type of solar flare or an eruption of intense high-energy radiation from the sun’s surface.

Read More On Solar Flares

Wild solar flares are causing satellites to plummet back to Earth, experts claim

SUN DAMAGE

Wild solar flares are causing satellites to plummet back to Earth, experts claim

Sunspot set to burst and fling solar flare 'directly' at Earth 'causing storm'

Solar storms can cause some disruption for humans on Earth because of their impact on devices like radios and satellites.

Each solar storm that hits Earth is graded by severity and the few predicted are only expected to be a “G1-class”.

This means they could cause weak power grid fluctuations and have a small impact on satellite communications.

Solar storms can also confuse some animals that rely on the magnetic field for direction.

Most read in The Sun

This includes some migratory birds and even whales.

Solar storms can also produce stunning natural light displays like the northern lights.

Those natural light displays are called auroras and are examples of the Earth’s magnetosphere getting bombarded by solar wind, which creates green and blue displays.

Read More on The US Sun

Son's heartbreaking tribute to Nichelle Nichols after Star Trek icon's death

STAR GONE

Son’s heartbreaking tribute to Nichelle Nichols after Star Trek icon’s death

Woman and 5 kids killed as she drives wrong way on interstate and hits car

The Earth’s magnetic field helps to protect us from the more extreme consequences of solar flares but it can’t stop all of them.

The Sun has started one of its 11-year solar cycles, which usually sees eruptions and flares grow more intense and extreme.