Ahh the Aurora Borealis. From what I remember the phenomenon is caused by the interaction between magnetic fields and charged particles in the sky. I’ll tell you the sun does some crazy stuff when you’re not looking…which should be always. Skeptics may say this beautiful display of wavy lights over Norway is a sign of the end of days that is supposed to take place at the end of this year.

We know better. While seeing the Northern Lights marks the end of the day, there’s no need to go running around and screaming in fear when you happen to be near Norway and see freaky colored lights in the sky.

Your doctor may think the influence of drugs are involved in your psychedelic visions, but you’re gonna know it’s just the simple reaction of the magnetosphere at the poles with electrons from the solar wind. Elementary. Unlike solar eclipses, this is one natural wonder you’ll WANT to keep your eyes on.