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Giant Geomagnetic storm can destroy mobile phones, internet and more

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A giant geomagnetic storm can knock out the internet, mobile phones and more.  

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Geomagnetic storms have been properly recorded since the early 19th century, and further scientific data from Antarctic ice core samples has shown some horrific evidence of the same emerging. 

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These suggest that geomagnetic storms generate induced currents, which flow through the electrical grid such as transformers, relays and sensors. 

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As reported by Space.com, it is more than 100 amperes and can cause internal damage in the components. 

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If a large geomagnetic storm takes place today, it would affect a majority of the electrical systems that are being used every day by humans. 

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The geomagnetic storms are measured on "G scale" from 1 to 5 with G1 being minor and G5 being extreme.  

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