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We at Plan Your Future Now care about what happens in our world — from the micro to the macro.

Space Weather may be defined succinctly as: "conditions on the Sun and in the solar wind, magnetosphere, ionosphere, and thermosphere that can influence the performance and reliability of space-borne and ground-based technological systems and that can affect human life and health." (See Space Weather: The Solar Perspective.)

Not long ago, an attempt to discuss the idea of space weather raised eyebrows, quite often with some disdain; today, space weather—and its telling, meausurable effects on Earth's magnetosphere, ionosphere, and thermosphere—has become quite nearly common knowledge.

Consequently, learning the basics of space weather takes on prominent importance for all of us. From a strict technical perspective, the physics of space weather is rather complex and can be somewhat daunting; however, a basic grasp of it is indeed possible. Feel free to explore our space weather pages for an interesting, dynamic, and readily understood approach to descripitions of space weather and the primary data assciated with it.

Social Media is a pivotal force driving a future that cannot at this time be predicted with any accuracy ... and we believe the phenomenon of Social Media is nothing more than an inkling of what's to come as the 21st century's explosive force expands into ever new horizons.

A prime example is seen in use of the term "viral"; it has taken on a whole new meaning over the past several years—only in this context, the "viral spread" of something is mostly considered a good thing. Go figure!

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