At the end of last year we had a solar eclipse and now we suffer a pandemic. This year end too we are going to have another solar eclipse.?
What may happen in future?
- MARKLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
No! that is not logic.
If A happens and later B happens it does not mean that A caused B. All you can say is B happened after A. You would have to do research to determine if A was the cause of B.
I can say that a solar eclipse does not cause a zoonosis: the transfer of a disease from a non-human animal species to humans. This is what has happened with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) which has caused the disease Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), which the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared a pandemic.
- Christin KLv 72 months ago
We have at least FOUR eclipses EVERY YEAR. At least TWO of those are always solar. There can be up to 7 eclipses in any year.
What year are you living in--1300? Tell ya what--go out and bang some pots and pans together during the eclipse to scare away the demons.
- Ronald 7Lv 72 months ago
The two are totally unconected
- Mike GLv 72 months ago
And yet you are asking about publishing an article in a scientific journal!
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- 2 months ago
We have a couple of solar eclipses every year. They don't really have any foretelling of the coming year.
- bubbyLv 62 months ago
Solar eclipses have nothing to do with pandemics. Its the lunar eclipses that causes pandemics, solar eclipses only give you acne.
- hoarsemanLv 72 months ago
When the moon is in the seventh house ,and Jupiter aligns with Mars --- this is the dawning of the age of Aquarius .
- CliveLv 72 months ago
What does this have to do with astronomy and space?
- StarryskyLv 72 months ago
Your question is one that goes back thousands of years. Sky events and evil earthside disasters have always been linked. Chinese, Greek, Roman astrologers watched and predicted.
It is all pointless myth and nonsense. No science, no cause and effect could link an eclipse with sickness.
- ANDRE LLv 72 months ago
It is a popular misconception that the phenomenon of a total eclipse of the sun is a rare occurrence. Quite the contrary. Approximately once every 18 months (on average) a total solar eclipse is visible from some place on the Earth's surface. That's two totalities for every three years.
Viruses have NOTHING to do with solar eclipses.