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Near perfect geometric shape in the suns corona.
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[quote:Da fuq:MV8yMTE0OTcwXzM1Njg1MTQ5XzdDMTUwMUQ4] [quote:Da fuq:MV8yMDc5OTk3XzM1NjgzODYzXzMyRjMyRTQ4] [quote:Osmos:MV8yMDc5OTk3XzM1NjgzNzkzX0JFMzc3NUJB] [quote:Da fuq:MV8yMDc5OTk3XzM1NjgzNjA5XzhFRTI0RERB] This guy probably thinks the sun is powered by nuclear fusion. [/quote] Wait, what? [/quote] Consider that it's 6000 on the suns surface, while miles above it is around 2 million. One of the features we observe on the sun which have no business being there according to the standard model, are sunspots. The most significant thing about a sunspot, is the fact that center of the sunspot is dark. If the sun is trying to radiate light energy from its core, we should expect that it is bright. If you think about the Umbra, the darkest place in the center of sunspots. That's the place where we can see deepest into the sun. Consider the fact at that point where we can really see down into the sun, that's the absolute coldest place we are able to measure. Mainstream science on TV and what is taught to you in public school is not only boring. It's 100% wrong. (Hint hint, the sun is electric) :tesla99: [/quote] [/quote]
link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov
Reminds me of the Triangle months ago.
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