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Stars Majorly Flickering Tonight in Eastern Sky

 
Anonymous Coward
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10/09/2010 04:12 PM
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IMO the GLP explanations for these amazing crystal like 'flickering' light are rather lame...wind? atmosphere?

have you guys not seen the photo's taken of these lights?

here's a video... there are a few

[link to www.youtube.com]

Someone is watching the mess we are in and are most likely much more intelligent than us... i.e they abandoned violence a long time a go.

be hopeful and do not take rides on fake metallic craft (they are ours/commissioned by secret Gov)
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Usually stars have a very small angular diameter (or apparent size). This means one cannot see a star enlarged with a common optical instrument (like a telephoto lens).
The objects in those photos are definitely not stars.

Good find!
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10/09/2010 04:36 PM
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10/19/2010 08:26 PM
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I'm located in North Carolina (EST). Just stepped out on the deck and couldn't help but notice several stars flickering like mad in the eastern sky. I've never seen anything like it. Has anyone else noted this?
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No I have seen them for awhile now. look at them through maginificationand you can see blue, red, white lites blinking at different times. I keep searching for an answer...
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11/13/2010 07:33 PM
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Im in eastern NC i see it just off the east horizon, vivid colors.
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11/13/2010 07:38 PM
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remnants; and a continuation of a war unknown to us
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11/13/2010 07:39 PM
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They are droosing due to all the ragnon the satanistas were reeming into the drool last night.

As you see, skies a little more clear
"That's all I have to say about that" - Forrest Gump
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11/13/2010 07:42 PM
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When did GLP become such a hive of stupid kids who know nothing about science, talking about science??
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11/13/2010 07:48 PM
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Three things make stars twinkle,

They are variable stars,

Or

There are high, nearly invisible clouds in our atmosphere making them twinkle,

Or

There is debris in space passing between us and the stars...

If the last is true, it would mean that we are beginning to pass through a debris field, such a debris field is foretold in the Mayan calendar event, called the dark rift. It is dark because debris builds up in the galactic plane of all galaxies, and as we pass through it, the debris becomes more and more thicker and thus can begin blocking star light and even sun light, if thick enough.

When it gets thicker, we will see many fireballs and meteorites, and eventually, a pole shift of the earth.

One possible pole shift has been recorded in the bible, when Joshua asked God to extend the day so as to more easily see and hunt down and eliminate more of the pagan enemies they were after.
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11/13/2010 07:52 PM
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Swamp gas.
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Scorpio the scorpion rises in the east, Orion sets in the west

(I had a vision of three stars in the Scorpion's tail)
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I googled this because I can now see in incredible twinkling star moving very slowly in the east tonight?
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01/29/2012 07:03 PM
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Lots of strange lights in the sky tonite in connecticut
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01/29/2012 07:11 PM
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For christs sake people...flickering stars are caused by the motion of our atmosphere. It's more on windy days and less when it's still. It doesn't have to be windy at ground level for star to flicker since the upper atmosphere can be very windy.
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bleh - stop blinding us with science.
They are different now.
ming

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01/29/2012 07:15 PM
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twinkle twinkle little star (
thumps head repeatedly against the wall)
Out of this ugliness may come,
Some day, so beautiful a flower,
That men will wonder at that hour,
Remembering smoke and flowerless slum,
And ask-glimpsing the agony
Of the slaves who wrestle to be free-
'But why were all the poets dumb?'
-William Montgomerie

So many gods, so many creeds,
So many paths that wind and wind,
While just the art of being kind
Is all the sad world needs.
-Ella Wheeler Wilcox
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11/04/2012 08:48 PM
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Its called scintilation. Its caused by by turbulence in Earth's upper atmosphere. It probably indicates that the jet stream is flowing more strongly over your location than usual, nothing more than that.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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11/04/2012 09:03 PM
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some of these 'scientific' explanations are lame, I've seen stars flickering sometimes just a few sometimes many, sometimes they change colors, sometimes they move and on a rare occasion they get together and make amazing geometric forms, I won't get into other things I've seen but what might be a scientific explanation for 1 or 2 of the things we are seeing even if it is correct it doesn't explain away the rest

bonghit
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11/04/2012 09:16 PM
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I'd believe that but one night when i was sitting outside watching two stars twinkle they literally started moving they flew to the other side of the sky i swear on my unborn children. idk what it was.
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sometimes I look at what appears to be a really bright star, look down, and it's gone when I look back up....

mind you I looked down to hit my pipe but this weed wasn't THAT good.
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I am near Atlanta, GA. Unless I'm getting a leg up on dementia, Rigel is twinkling AND moving erratically. I have noticed this for several evenings. Something is going on.
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bump
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every single night. flashing / flickering, red, green, blue ... been well over a year since i started noticing this and i go out every night to look at the stars. western australia here

I'm located in North Carolina (EST). Just stepped out on the deck and couldn't help but notice several stars flickering like mad in the eastern sky. I've never seen anything like it. Has anyone else noted this?
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Yes. Same thing here in Salt Lake City, Utah. I am glad others are noticing this also.
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I'm located in North Carolina (EST). Just stepped out on the deck and couldn't help but notice several stars flickering like mad in the eastern sky. I've never seen anything like it. Has anyone else noted this?
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Yeah I noticed it the other night when I got home from work. I got out the truck and all the stars were out. As I was looking at them I noticed some were almost flashing...weird!
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Oh I'm in Central Virginia...
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01/06/2014 10:34 PM
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I know it's probably nothing, but my front door opens directly east and that was the first thing I noticed tonight. How sparkly and flickery the stars looked. I'm in Utah.
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Re: Stars Majorly Flickering Tonight in Eastern Sky
every single night. flashing / flickering, red, green, blue ... been well over a year since i started noticing this and i go out every night to look at the stars. western australia here

I'm located in North Carolina (EST). Just stepped out on the deck and couldn't help but notice several stars flickering like mad in the eastern sky. I've never seen anything like it. Has anyone else noted this?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1122884

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Yes. Same thing here in Salt Lake City, Utah. I am glad others are noticing this also.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2275678


LOL, I'm in Provo.

I thought I was going a little crazy.

Something in the atmosphere...

Could it possibly be the Ison dust particles that were supposed to be really small and trickle down?
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01/06/2014 11:06 PM
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I'm located in North Carolina (EST). Just stepped out on the deck and couldn't help but notice several stars flickering like mad in the eastern sky. I've never seen anything like it. Has anyone else noted this?
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Not Stars, CRAFT and they are there all the time, plus now and then a few extra's.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 745043

I thought I was the only person who noticed they were crafts not stars. To the poster from Atlanta you can watch them literally fly into position starting in the early evening. Watch from a NE to SW direction that is their flight path.
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Dear Anonymous Coward:
I just came in from my usual stargazing (about 10:30 PM here
in the Atlanta area). Once again, RIGEL (clearly becoming a fixation with me)was on the move. I am a retired college professor and probably not insane. In case it was an illusion, I stuck out my arm and middle finger and pointed it
at Rigel. The movement was sudden and at an angle at a spot
quite far from where I had pointed. It then settles down and acts like a normal star for a while--then moves again. This has happened for minimally two weeks now. Please try to confirm this for me. turfprince

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