An interesting theory put forward by scientists, linking the duration of life with fluctuations in solar activity. Employees of the University of science and technology, Norway analyzed the duration of life of its citizens over the past two hundred years.
The result of the study showed a clear relationship – Norwegians born in periods of peak Solar activity, died approximately 5.2 years earlier than people who appeared in times of recessions solar energy. Such a distinct correlation shows that the high level of solar activity in the early periods of development increases the risk of infant mortality, followed by reduction of the level of life expectancy.
The mechanism of the indirect effects of the Sun on developing infants is not yet clear. However, there is a theory that increased levels of ultraviolet radiation accelerates the disintegration of folic acid in the tissues of pregnant women, why violations occur in the early stages of fetal development. Let’s list the last years sun peaks: 1957, 1968, 1979, 1989, 2000 and 2013, the years of reduced activity: 1954, 1964, 1976, 1986, 1996 and 2008