Louisiana students suffer mysterious burns during field trip — Could have been chemicals say school officials (VIDEO)


Students burned, mysterious cause, KATC, February 11, 2011:

"We just kept trying to find answers," Hathaway High Principal Mona Miller said. ...

"It's very bizarre." [parent Donald] Demary says, "it's something we need to be very concerned about."

"It looked more like a flash burn." Miller described, "or something someone would experience inside a tanning bed."

School officials say it could've been the lighting, allergic reactions or even chemicals.

3 comments to Louisiana students suffer mysterious burns during field trip — Could have been chemicals say school officials (VIDEO)

  • xdrfox

    I looked into this and ran article on it a few weeks back but I deleted it a few days ago, There was massive solar flares at that time hitting the earth flexing the earths magnetic field causing gaps/warps in protection of earths shields. Could it have been a local solar radiation blast ? My first thought was sun shinning through window glass on bus, but that would have made burns one side of them, story does not say.

  • Westcoastliberal

    We need an answer to what caused this. The Earth's magnetic field is in the process of switching polarity and it couldn't have come at a worse time coinciding with the solar maximum. My cat was howling all day long today and the solar activity was off the chart:
    http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/Kp.gif

    If these kids were burned by the sun, we have a really big problem the public needs to be made away of.

  • xdrfox

    I can always tell when the ozone is thine above me, for my arms skin will have a burning feeling (radiation burn). I have noticed this over the past ten years or so. It is not a normal suns heat ! Anyone else notice this ?

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