Godlike Productions - Conspiracy Forum
Users Online Now: 3,065 (Who's On?)Visitors Today: 1,525,433
Pageviews Today: 2,406,345Threads Today: 823Posts Today: 15,415
05:58 PM


Rate this Thread

Absolute BS Crap Reasonable Nice Amazing
 

FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?

 
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 851544
United States
02/04/2011 10:42 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
Is everybody on this thread like 10 years old? Or a juggalo?
Stars have ALWAYS done this.
No, it isn't happening more frequently just because YOU have decided to look 'up' once in a while for a month.
Get a grip, the sun still rises in the east, the earth HAS NOT tilted and stars twinkle colors. Put down the electronic hand held device you're addicted to, get some eyeglasses that aren't wide narrow slits that keep you looking forward and...


RELAX!!!!!!!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 567074


You want other people to relax?

Jeeeez, you couldn't wedge a needle up your ass with a ball-peen hammer as uptight as you are.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 858618
United States
02/04/2011 10:44 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
i filmed this last year


 Quoting: UPyours 1071959


yep what i have been seeing for the past year now southeast tn usa

and it isnt the space station satelites etc. they move very fast in the sky

this is almost stationary but doesnt seem to move across the night sky as the earth rotates

it is very easy to spot in the sky all other stars are white
but not this one it looks just like the video blues greens reds
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 947925


many of the "stars" ARE craft,. If they change colors, you know
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 858618
United States
02/04/2011 10:47 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
You are seeing Low Earth Orbiting Satellites (Leo's)... They are used for both communications and surveillance. They do have propulsion systems to maintain orbital position.

The color shift is due to reflecting light off of the photovoltaic panels.



I had always assumed they were satellite's. Common sense says they aren't stars or planets. And with all the satellites that have been put into orbit, it's fairly reasonable to guess that these are satellites.
 Quoting: Kaige



My other half and I were discussing this this the other night and we also thought they were satellites.
 Quoting: vjohn04


No. Satellites are quite small and a LONG distance up there and would not even be reflecting this kind of light at night. These are craft, and are huge.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 851544
United States
02/04/2011 11:11 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
I can't believe it took two bloody pages for someone to point out the obvious and even then they were cdrowned out in the neo-hippy doomtard sovereign second coming mumbo jumbo.

The ONE poster who correctly pointed out that the flickering you are seeing is from the photovoltaic cells of satellite solar panels deserves a sodding prize! Duh folks! How can you be so ignorant and so falsely "open minded" to the unknown that you may miss the glaringly obvious? Are there motherships? Sure. Why not. Are they what people are seeing more and more of? No? Are they only visible in the winter, due to ice crystals? No. I fist noticed them myself three years ago in the New Mexico desert. I notice them most during the summer months because that is when I am outside during the dark periods.

This is the 21st century folks. About 30 new satellites are put into orbit each month across the planet by different nations. Many of the so-called developing nations have developed their own surveillance satellite network and of course there are many many comms birds floating around up there. The ones that seem stationary, but can move around in the sky? Yup...geo-synchronous surveillance birds...they fly around at the same speed as the planet and can be repositioned in their orbital trajectory on the fly.

They have great whapping huge solar panels on them that keep them going for years. That's what you're seeing folks. If you want to keep fantasizing about satellites being motherships, you're gonna miss the real thing because you'll be too busy hunting and pecking your response to this thread from Mom's basement.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1122967


It must be so fucking wonderful to be you! hf
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 851544
United States
02/04/2011 11:18 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
You are seeing Low Earth Orbiting Satellites (Leo's)... They are used for both communications and surveillance. They do have propulsion systems to maintain orbital position.

The color shift is due to reflecting light off of the photovoltaic panels.



I had always assumed they were satellite's. Common sense says they aren't stars or planets. And with all the satellites that have been put into orbit, it's fairly reasonable to guess that these are satellites.

Common sense says they are Mother Craft
 Quoting: Nobody in Particular


"Common Sense says they are Mother Craft"???//??back slash??

Dude, are you being sarcastic, cause if you are I can't tell. They are satellites moron. Satellites. No mother ship there.

You know, I was tripping on mushrooms one time and mistook the moonrise for a slow motion nuclear explosion. I was with it enough to admit my mistake at the time rather than try and make up shit so it didn't look like I was such a dumbass. I straight up admitted my dumbassity.

I love it when idiots gloss right over the most obvious facts because they don't suit the pie-eyed "grey saviour" motherships gonna save us from ourselves bullshit.

IF there is gonna be a mothership up in the sky from an advanced space faring species...guess what?? You're not gonna be able to see it with the naked eye. If they're smart enough to achieve interstellar travel, they're not so stupid as to park themselves right on the doorstep of an idiotic, barbaric, demon-haunted species planet risking upsetting the religious practices of that fragile, retarded species. Nor would it be the smart thing to assume that would seek to be worshipped by us. Which is exactly what every flickering-light-in-the-sky-pointing-to-it's-the-mothership-c​ome-to-save-us idiot is doing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1122967



Unless they are doing it for fun... you know like... putting a piranha in a tank full of gold fish? just saying...
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 851544
United States
02/04/2011 11:20 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
The night sky is the same wonderful sky I have seen all my life!
 Quoting:


Typical response of sheep. Blind in one eye and can't see out of the other. Nothing has changed and all is well. Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain, etc...

It must be so relaxing to never have to think of anything besides yourself.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1253839
United States
02/04/2011 11:22 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
If any of you have an Android phone use the market icon to install Google sky. All you have to do is hold the phone up in the air and it draws the appropriate stars and/or planets on the screen so you can tell exactly what you are looking at (what's behind the phone actually). I've only done this once myself and I was looking at Saturn which I don't believe normally flashes many different colors in one second.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 851544
United States
02/04/2011 11:39 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
op your a dumb fuck.
i cant believe people are so ignorant of astronomy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1185806


Ahhh Eurotrash! You can always depend on these pricks to attempt to fill in the blanks after a few pints. It's kind of like "all the girls get prettier at closing time" in Georgia but in the UK, all the toothless limey cock-sucking drunken bastards have an opinion.

What a timely, ignorant and poignantly arrogant response to a intelligent, polite and coherent question.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1027338
United States
02/04/2011 11:50 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
If any of you have an Android phone use the market icon to install Google sky. All you have to do is hold the phone up in the air and it draws the appropriate stars and/or planets on the screen so you can tell exactly what you are looking at (what's behind the phone actually). I've only done this once myself and I was looking at Saturn which I don't believe normally flashes many different colors in one second.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1253839


As an outdoor-only smoker, I spend a lot of time checking out the night sky. I don't have any fancy equipment, I just like to watch the stars. I'v read good things about it and am going to get the Sky app you recommend.

OP, I've noticed colorful, flickery stars, or objects, in the sky for at least the last year. I usually tell myself my eyes are playing tricks on me, lol, but I believe there is something to it.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 851544
United States
02/04/2011 11:58 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
What part of "geosynchronous satellite" do you not understand? How could communications satellites maintain their connection if they were just shooting across the sky at tremendous speeds? Um..duh, dude. Try USING the brain in your head instead of just carrying it around with you like dead weight.
 Quoting:


Nice! Was it good fondling your manhood/womanhood as you bellowed/typed out that rant?
Psemeni (OP)

User ID: 1242290
United States
02/05/2011 12:06 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
OP, I've noticed colorful, flickery stars, or objects, in the sky for at least the last year. I usually tell myself my eyes are playing tricks on me, lol, but I believe there is something to it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1027338



Yeah, my roomie and I have done the "are my eyes playing tricks on me?" gig quite a few times. But, of course, it's not just a trick of the eyes. It's unmistakeable, even if very unusual.
Post 7/11/10--

"We just walked right through all the stones, all the bottles, and whatever they threw. We have won a major Victory."

[link to www.youtube.com]
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1253839
United States
02/05/2011 12:20 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
As an outdoor-only smoker, I spend a lot of time checking out the night sky. I don't have any fancy equipment, I just like to watch the stars. I'v read good things about it and am going to get the Sky app you recommend.

OP, I've noticed colorful, flickery stars, or objects, in the sky for at least the last year. I usually tell myself my eyes are playing tricks on me, lol, but I believe there is something to it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1027338


Fancy yes, expensive no. Got mine (SGH-i897) for $50 refurbished on AT&T (who I despise and do not recommend, but I couldn't avoid)
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 867734
Canada
02/05/2011 12:22 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
must be a good day for hockey
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1496692
United States
08/07/2011 04:03 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
What's this about? I know you know I know you knowtomatoyoda
MelDoomis
User ID: 1500420
United States
08/10/2011 02:58 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?

Ok, so I spent the past hour recording in great detail the knowledge I have gained through meditation, dmt experimentation, and much research. I then lost it all when my browser went back. In short, I have noticed this and it caught my attention. Not only my conscious brain but my subconcious as well. I believe this phenomena is somehow related to what is explained in the video "The Birth of a New Humanity." I may, if feeling ambitious, express my views in their entirety once more. I'm sure it would prove to be an interesting read. YouTube the film and you can draw your own conclusion. Its a bit out there, but not unreasonable and the more you know the more it seems to make sense.
MelDoomis
User ID: 1500420
United States
08/10/2011 03:13 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
Well I found this and it seems to explain it-

.This is because of scintillation ("Twinkling") as the light passes through the atmosphere of the Earth. As the air moves in and out, the starlight is refracted, often different colors in different directions. Because of this "chromatic abberation," stars can appear to change colors when they are twinkling strongly.

I still hold Drunvalo Melchizede in high regard as it was my assumption that this had something to do with our evolution not his. Saves me a lot of rewriting though. :)
MelDoomis
User ID: 1500420
United States
08/10/2011 03:36 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
One more update since it was something I mentioned in my original post the never made it public. The "star" I'm seeing that I cant stop denying with every fiber in being as special isnt always there. Its huge and as you all describe. Before I thought maybe it was just mistaking location or conditions weren't right. It's always generally in the same place when i see it, so I know where to look. Tonight I seen it which sparked my interest. Viewed it about an hour later in the same position. Another hour passes and its totally gone. The sky is clear right now and I see no sign of it anywhere in the general location. Its a clear night and there is no reason I shouldnt see it as it appear MUCH brighter then surrounding stars earlier. This has happened to me before much more abruptly within five minutes with another star that felt special to me.... weird!
Paraglider
User ID: 1703552
United States
09/22/2011 05:52 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
Okay I've seen these "lights for the past few nights from Boise. I did a timed exposure with my camera, with slight movements created a tracing of the color changes. This shows multiple colors shanging at about 60-100/sec in apparently random order including red, green, yellow, teal, purple, brown, blue. Seen in east and in west sky. Anybody really know what is going on?
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1634228
United States
09/22/2011 06:10 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
Yes!!! I thought it was my eyes acting up.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1634228
United States
09/22/2011 06:12 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
One more update since it was something I mentioned in my original post the never made it public. The "star" I'm seeing that I cant stop denying with every fiber in being as special isnt always there. Its huge and as you all describe. Before I thought maybe it was just mistaking location or conditions weren't right. It's always generally in the same place when i see it, so I know where to look. Tonight I seen it which sparked my interest. Viewed it about an hour later in the same position. Another hour passes and its totally gone. The sky is clear right now and I see no sign of it anywhere in the general location. Its a clear night and there is no reason I shouldnt see it as it appear MUCH brighter then surrounding stars earlier. This has happened to me before much more abruptly within five minutes with another star that felt special to me.... weird!
 Quoting: MelDoomis 1500420


The same thing happened to me in central Georgia...USA...two nights ago.
aquarianunicorn31

User ID: 1270016
United States
09/22/2011 06:15 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
i have noticed that the stars twinkle more. one night almost a year ago, i had to put my glasses on to make sure that the star that we can see from our balcony is twinkling blue. my son waited to make sure that it's not an airplane...well it wasnt.

i do notice that most of them are now twinkling, compared to the few last year.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1634228
United States
09/22/2011 06:15 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
i filmed this last year


 Quoting: UPyours 1071959


yep what i have been seeing for the past year now southeast tn usa

and it isnt the space station satelites etc. they move very fast in the sky

this is almost stationary but doesnt seem to move across the night sky as the earth rotates

it is very easy to spot in the sky all other stars are white
but not this one it looks just like the video blues greens reds
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 947925


many of the "stars" ARE craft,. If they change colors, you know
 Quoting: Nobody in Particular


Exactly what I saw two nights ago. Thanks. You made my day.
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1709236
Romania
09/22/2011 06:36 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
I've sometimes seen this too, but usually only with closer-to-horizon stars.
I thought it's because their light reaches our atmosphere at a lower angle, so the dispersion of colors due to refraction might be greater than with stars higher in the sky.

You know what I'm talking?
[link to www.dragoart.com]

So the question is: anybody seen twinkling (with colors) starts high in the sky, not just at the horizon?
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 1715206
United States
09/22/2011 06:56 PM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
i know atleast 1 or 2 of the multi-colored 'stars' are geosynchronous satelites. one of them in particular flashes a whole bunch of different colors. the thing is the satelite i'm familiar with has grown much much more vibrant in the last few years as well as the other stars too. i work on ships and stand an 8 hour night watch every other night. i am required to keep a lookout thus i am constantly staring into the night. ive been doing this for 10 years and i can say the fabric of the night sky has certainly changed. half the time i expect the stars to circle into a formation and come down or something. visible satelites that move have increased drastically in number over the years too. and i have seen some of them change course it could have been refraction. anyway its just another indication of the changes. anyone who dismisses it as 'stars are supposed to twinkle' simply hasnt star gazed lately and is talking out of their arse. via con dios.
Monotone
User ID: 12814973
United States
03/20/2012 12:17 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
Its March 19th in South Jersey. A group of roughly ten of us witnessed every star in the sky, not one, not a few, EVERY star was flickering and changing color. We were under no chemical influence. Looking for answers?
monotone
User ID: 12814973
United States
03/20/2012 12:25 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
HAARP perhaps?
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 9919572
Canada
03/20/2012 12:52 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
GOOD. I'm glad I'm not the only one.

I have 1 star in the sky that "speaks to me" as in I stare at it while I smoke. I see it change colour, white, blue, green, red almost all the time.

One night it was weird though. The same star was red, then turned green but the position changed, then went back to red in the initial position.

1: []
2: []
3: []
MelvinKartinWeatherGe​nius

User ID: 8613632
United States
03/20/2012 12:54 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
Congratulations: You seem to be the only person thats never heard the song "Twinkle Twinkle little star"
Cat Mouth

User ID: 12355507
United States
03/20/2012 12:59 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
I noticed a very VERY yellow tinted star the other night...when compared to the other stars around..it definitely stood out bigtime. I grabbed my binoculars to take a closer look and its definitely a yellow tint..not orange.

As for the color flickering stars..i noticed in my area "chicago" that this really started bigtime a few years back..i never really seen it so pronounced ever before when this started two years ago. Its a VERY noticeable flicker..usually green,blue,red,white are the noticeable colors when flickering.

Last Edited by Cat Mouth on 03/20/2012 12:59 AM
:mesig432:
Anonymous Coward
User ID: 12234164
United States
03/20/2012 01:15 AM
Report Abusive Post
Report Copyright Violation
Re: FLICKERING and COLOR-CHANGING STARS...Does the sky seem different lately?
i know atleast 1 or 2 of the multi-colored 'stars' are geosynchronous satelites. one of them in particular flashes a whole bunch of different colors. the thing is the satelite i'm familiar with has grown much much more vibrant in the last few years as well as the other stars too. i work on ships and stand an 8 hour night watch every other night. i am required to keep a lookout thus i am constantly staring into the night. ive been doing this for 10 years and i can say the fabric of the night sky has certainly changed. half the time i expect the stars to circle into a formation and come down or something. visible satelites that move have increased drastically in number over the years too. and i have seen some of them change course it could have been refraction. anyway its just another indication of the changes. anyone who dismisses it as 'stars are supposed to twinkle' simply hasnt star gazed lately and is talking out of their arse. via con dios.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1715206


We enjoy going out to Chena Hot Springs (latitude 65 degrees N) and watching
the night sky from the comfort of the outdoor, 104 degree, rock lake.
No light pollution. Great views. It's usually pretty easy to pick out the satellites
as they track across the sky. I was watching a 'satellite' last week, tracking NE to SW -- when it did a tight U-Turn and retraced its path.

Don't think that can be explained by refraction !