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Gabe, would that quasar/black hole...whatever it is, effect us in any way?


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I'm no expert, but it is highly improbable that a quasar would directly confront us. The gyro effect of the black hole keeps the gas stream pretty tight in a cone like line.
They possess a tremendous amount of concentrated energy made up of X rays,ultraviolet rays, and others I can't quite remember, so if one was to strike us it would be a bad deal. Considering the nearest one is about 600 million light years away and their energy cone can only travel about 1 to 2 million light years we are safe. It takes a massive black hole to produce one.I'd say these pose no threat at this time Nika. Peace
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Thanks for your response. I thought Gabe had mentioned black holes on a few occasions and how the goats were worried about it and such?

Something 2 trillion times more powerful than the sun sounded serious. So it's not as bad as it sounds?
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Gabe, would that quasar/black hole...whatever it is, effect us in any way?


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bump for info from the experts
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I'm no expert, but it is highly improbable that a quasar would directly confront us. The gyro effect of the black hole keeps the gas stream pretty tight in a cone like line.
They possess a tremendous amount of concentrated energy made up of X rays,ultraviolet rays, and others I can't quite remember, so if one was to strike us it would be a bad deal. Considering the nearest one is about 600 million light years away and their energy cone can only travel about 1 to 2 million light years we are safe. It takes a massive black hole to produce one.I'd say these pose no threat at this time Nika. Peace
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agree.... way to far away to effect us.
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Gabe, would that quasar/black hole...whatever it is, effect us in any way?


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bump for info from the experts
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I'm no expert, but it is highly improbable that a quasar would directly confront us. The gyro effect of the black hole keeps the gas stream pretty tight in a cone like line.
They possess a tremendous amount of concentrated energy made up of X rays,ultraviolet rays, and others I can't quite remember, so if one was to strike us it would be a bad deal. Considering the nearest one is about 600 million light years away and their energy cone can only travel about 1 to 2 million light years we are safe. It takes a massive black hole to produce one.I'd say these pose no threat at this time Nika. Peace
 Quoting: shadasonic


Thanks for your response. I thought Gabe had mentioned black holes on a few occasions and how the goats were worried about it and such?

Something 2 trillion times more powerful than the sun sounded serious. So it's not as bad as it sounds?
 Quoting: Nika


there several types/sizes of black holes. the main concern is the black hole in the center of our galaxy and what it belches out at us. the know something is incoming from it..

this is how they know....An unfortunate planet coming loose from its parent star could also get ripped apart in this manner. Because planets are far less numerous than asteroids, this process would be much rarer. Were a planet to be eaten, it would produce a dramatic flare, brightening the black hole by a million times its normal output.

Such an event may have occurred 100 years ago. Chandra and other x-ray telescopes have detected a “light echo” reflecting off nearby clouds that could be evidence for a planetary consumption.

the bigger and more energetic body it consumes, the worse the belch is at us....

Now the mini black holes are another type, the can move in and out of solar systems.. black holes cannot be proven and cannot be seen... you can only see there affects...

Are there affects going on in our solar system ?
I'd say so..
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I'm no expert, but it is highly improbable that a quasar would directly confront us. The gyro effect of the black hole keeps the gas stream pretty tight in a cone like line.
They possess a tremendous amount of concentrated energy made up of X rays,ultraviolet rays, and others I can't quite remember, so if one was to strike us it would be a bad deal. Considering the nearest one is about 600 million light years away and their energy cone can only travel about 1 to 2 million light years we are safe. It takes a massive black hole to produce one.I'd say these pose no threat at this time Nika. Peace
 Quoting: shadasonic


Thanks for your response. I thought Gabe had mentioned black holes on a few occasions and how the goats were worried about it and such?

Something 2 trillion times more powerful than the sun sounded serious. So it's not as bad as it sounds?
 Quoting: Nika


there several types/sizes of black holes. the main concern is the black hole in the center of our galaxy and what it belches out at us. the know something is incoming from it..

this is how they know....An unfortunate planet coming loose from its parent star could also get ripped apart in this manner. Because planets are far less numerous than asteroids, this process would be much rarer. Were a planet to be eaten, it would produce a dramatic flare, brightening the black hole by a million times its normal output.

Such an event may have occurred 100 years ago. Chandra and other x-ray telescopes have detected a “light echo” reflecting off nearby clouds that could be evidence for a planetary consumption.

the bigger and more energetic body it consumes, the worse the belch is at us....

Now the mini black holes are another type, the can move in and out of solar systems.. black holes cannot be proven and cannot be seen... you can only see there affects...

Are there affects going on in our solar system ?
I'd say so..
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I second that.
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Gabe, would that quasar/black hole...whatever it is, effect us in any way?


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bump for info from the experts
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I'm no expert, but it is highly improbable that a quasar would directly confront us. The gyro effect of the black hole keeps the gas stream pretty tight in a cone like line.
They possess a tremendous amount of concentrated energy made up of X rays,ultraviolet rays, and others I can't quite remember, so if one was to strike us it would be a bad deal. Considering the nearest one is about 600 million light years away and their energy cone can only travel about 1 to 2 million light years we are safe. It takes a massive black hole to produce one.I'd say these pose no threat at this time Nika. Peace
 Quoting: shadasonic


Thanks for your response. I thought Gabe had mentioned black holes on a few occasions and how the goats were worried about it and such?

Something 2 trillion times more powerful than the sun sounded serious. So it's not as bad as it sounds?
 Quoting: Nika


The black holes gabe has been alluding to are the ones that are popping up in our galaxy. They are small but still massive in energy structure or should I say unstructure,and are new unexplored anomaly.

[link to www.businessinsider.com]

note: nevermind you got the news from the man himself.lol

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“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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I'm no expert, but it is highly improbable that a quasar would directly confront us. The gyro effect of the black hole keeps the gas stream pretty tight in a cone like line.
They possess a tremendous amount of concentrated energy made up of X rays,ultraviolet rays, and others I can't quite remember, so if one was to strike us it would be a bad deal. Considering the nearest one is about 600 million light years away and their energy cone can only travel about 1 to 2 million light years we are safe. It takes a massive black hole to produce one.I'd say these pose no threat at this time Nika. Peace
 Quoting: shadasonic


Thanks for your response. I thought Gabe had mentioned black holes on a few occasions and how the goats were worried about it and such?

Something 2 trillion times more powerful than the sun sounded serious. So it's not as bad as it sounds?
 Quoting: Nika


there several types/sizes of black holes. the main concern is the black hole in the center of our galaxy and what it belches out at us. the know something is incoming from it..

this is how they know....An unfortunate planet coming loose from its parent star could also get ripped apart in this manner. Because planets are far less numerous than asteroids, this process would be much rarer. Were a planet to be eaten, it would produce a dramatic flare, brightening the black hole by a million times its normal output.

Such an event may have occurred 100 years ago. Chandra and other x-ray telescopes have detected a “light echo” reflecting off nearby clouds that could be evidence for a planetary consumption.

the bigger and more energetic body it consumes, the worse the belch is at us....

Now the mini black holes are another type, the can move in and out of solar systems.. black holes cannot be proven and cannot be seen... you can only see there affects...

Are there affects going on in our solar system ?
I'd say so..
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I second that.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Hi Q, old buddy,loved your info on jupiter!
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Still going,has anyone heard whether its a glitch or not,been out all day and this has got me very excited


We still have very mild proton absorption coming in, but registering at normal levels, this is how I expect it to look if we have a proton pattern forming

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

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“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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Thanks for your response. I thought Gabe had mentioned black holes on a few occasions and how the goats were worried about it and such?

Something 2 trillion times more powerful than the sun sounded serious. So it's not as bad as it sounds?
 Quoting: Nika


there several types/sizes of black holes. the main concern is the black hole in the center of our galaxy and what it belches out at us. the know something is incoming from it..

this is how they know....An unfortunate planet coming loose from its parent star could also get ripped apart in this manner. Because planets are far less numerous than asteroids, this process would be much rarer. Were a planet to be eaten, it would produce a dramatic flare, brightening the black hole by a million times its normal output.

Such an event may have occurred 100 years ago. Chandra and other x-ray telescopes have detected a “light echo” reflecting off nearby clouds that could be evidence for a planetary consumption.

the bigger and more energetic body it consumes, the worse the belch is at us....

Now the mini black holes are another type, the can move in and out of solar systems.. black holes cannot be proven and cannot be seen... you can only see there affects...

Are there affects going on in our solar system ?
I'd say so..
 Quoting: Gabriel


I second that.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Hi Q, old buddy,loved your info on jupiter!
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Thank you. It's such an incredible Universe. The endless possibilities. I can't wait for my next lesson.
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I had the energy flow over North America this morning.. it has been oscillating from Alaska down to central america.. still doing that tonight... i'd say some release Canadian to California west coast is in store over night.

I will be out after tonight until late tomorrow night or Saturday...

I hope Nin continues to post her thoughts... and everyone else of course.

Just so everyone knows, a lot of us are zeroing in on Dec 3rd as a date to watch.. some think its the beginning of events that will continue for awhile... i'm looking at it as a last day to give us an "undeniable" event that the TS is indeed HTF.
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I had the energy flow over North America this morning.. it has been oscillating from Alaska down to central america.. still doing that tonight... i'd say some release Canadian to California west coast is in store over night.

I will be out after tonight until late tomorrow night or Saturday...

I hope Nin continues to post her thoughts... and everyone else of course.

Just so everyone knows, a lot of us are zeroing in on Dec 3rd as a date to watch.. some think its the beginning of events that will continue for awhile... i'm looking at it as a last day to give us an "undeniable" event that the TS is indeed HTF.
 Quoting: Gabriel


Stay safe and we'll see you when you get back.

One last thing, Psyoptics picked up our sine proton wave on themis today,it was right there, and now look what they're giving us.

[link to themis.ssl.berkeley.edu]

Nothing on file, they've taken it away.
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Thank you Gabe and shad for explaining about the black holes.
I understand better now, thanks to you two.

Much love to you guyshf
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I had the energy flow over North America this morning.. it has been oscillating from Alaska down to central america.. still doing that tonight... i'd say some release Canadian to California west coast is in store over night.

I will be out after tonight until late tomorrow night or Saturday...

I hope Nin continues to post her thoughts... and everyone else of course.

Just so everyone knows, a lot of us are zeroing in on Dec 3rd as a date to watch.. some think its the beginning of events that will continue for awhile... i'm looking at it as a last day to give us an "undeniable" event that the TS is indeed HTF.
 Quoting: Gabriel


Stay safe and we'll see you when you get back.

One last thing, Psyoptics picked up our sine proton wave on themis today,it was right there, and now look what they're giving us.

[link to themis.ssl.berkeley.edu]

Nothing on file, they've taken it away.
 Quoting: shadasonic


[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Here you can see it started right as Jupiter alignment commenced.
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Thank you Gabe and shad for explaining about the black holes.
I understand better now, thanks to you two.

Much love to you guyshf
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I hope my words weren't to jumbled in my posts... my brain feels cloudy and tired tonight.
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Thank you Gabe and shad for explaining about the black holes.
I understand better now, thanks to you two.

Much love to you guyshf
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I hope my words weren't to jumbled in my posts... my brain feels cloudy and tired tonight.
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No, not at all.
Sounds like you need a good nights peaceful rest. hugs
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I had the energy flow over North America this morning.. it has been oscillating from Alaska down to central america.. still doing that tonight... i'd say some release Canadian to California west coast is in store over night.

I will be out after tonight until late tomorrow night or Saturday...

I hope Nin continues to post her thoughts... and everyone else of course.

Just so everyone knows, a lot of us are zeroing in on Dec 3rd as a date to watch.. some think its the beginning of events that will continue for awhile... i'm looking at it as a last day to give us an "undeniable" event that the TS is indeed HTF.
 Quoting: Gabriel


Stay safe and we'll see you when you get back.

One last thing, Psyoptics picked up our sine proton wave on themis today,it was right there, and now look what they're giving us.

[link to themis.ssl.berkeley.edu]

Nothing on file, they've taken it away.
 Quoting: shadasonic


[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Here you can see it started right as Jupiter alignment commenced.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


wow Robin... whats your gut telling you on this one?
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I had the energy flow over North America this morning.. it has been oscillating from Alaska down to central america.. still doing that tonight... i'd say some release Canadian to California west coast is in store over night.

I will be out after tonight until late tomorrow night or Saturday...

I hope Nin continues to post her thoughts... and everyone else of course.

Just so everyone knows, a lot of us are zeroing in on Dec 3rd as a date to watch.. some think its the beginning of events that will continue for awhile... i'm looking at it as a last day to give us an "undeniable" event that the TS is indeed HTF.
 Quoting: Gabriel


Stay safe and we'll see you when you get back.

One last thing, Psyoptics picked up our sine proton wave on themis today,it was right there, and now look what they're giving us.

[link to themis.ssl.berkeley.edu]

Nothing on file, they've taken it away.
 Quoting: shadasonic


[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

Here you can see it started right as Jupiter alignment commenced.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Way to much of a coincidence considering the energy they've been detecting coming from that planet. Maybe its becoming our binary twin star like so many claim
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Hi ElQ! Do you do planetary alignments? I am trying to find the major ones for December but with all the hype over Dec 21st and the so called alignment over Giza on the 3rd (doesn't look like that happens like all the famous images show it does).

Guess I am asking if you do, if you have a thread?
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[link to www.solarsystemscope.com]
on the bottom you can change the date to any date to see the planets for that date
change it to Dec 3rd take a looksie at the planet alignment for that date :)
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Thank you hon hf

Looks like on Dec 3, 2012:

Earth - Mercury - Venus - Saturn (this is the Giza alignment)

Jupiter - Earth - Sun

Uranus - Sun - Venus

Mercury - Sun - Neptune
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Don't forget the Moon. The moon plays a key factor here. Alignment as follows

Sun, Earth, Moon, Jupiter.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


I am not seeing the moon in alignment on the 3rd of December?? Have I done it wrong? It appears to be off to the right if looking at the below link.
[link to www.solarsystemscope.com]
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[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]

Have you guys seen this double barreled sunspot, looks like an X,wonder if we get one. That is a MONSTER!
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Dr.Astro is in chat. He offered to let us view Jupiter tonight by streaming in his telescope. However, I have been waiting an hour! The universe is the main topic and questions are being answered.

I just wish he would get the show started!!!
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Have you guys seen this double barreled sunspot, looks like an X,wonder if we get one. That is a MONSTER!
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i keep up with you guys on Nins thread... and yes, this could be our "undeniable event" were waiting for... we'll see
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Dr.Astro is in chat. He offered to let us view Jupiter tonight by streaming in his telescope. However, I have been waiting an hour! The universe is the main topic and questions are being answered.

I just wish he would get the show started!!!
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More text book spewing??.. no thanks

But thanks for the info Isis... luv ya
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luv you too Gabe. I don't care about what he has to say, I wanted to see Jupiter. lol
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By the way, y'all missed our esteemed President who graced us with his presence and ask if it was possible to use the energy of a black hole.

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By the way, y'all missed our esteemed President who graced us with his presence and ask if it was possible to use the energy of a black hole.

ohyeah
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First I'd like to see the solar, wind and hydro before I am willing to pay for his next fantasy ....ooooyyyyyy. wink
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By the way, y'all missed our esteemed President who graced us with his presence and ask if it was possible to use the energy of a black hole.

ohyeah
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Huh?? as in O?...wowey
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luv you too Gabe. I don't care about what he has to say, I wanted to see Jupiter. lol
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I might have to check that out, if I can stand to listen to his ego
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By the way, y'all missed our esteemed President who graced us with his presence and ask if it was possible to use the energy of a black hole.

ohyeah
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Huh?? as in O?...wowey
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Yeah, he spoke several times making a few statements and asking questions. But, he left. And, I guess there isn't gonna be a Jupiter show, so I left too. lol

BTW Gabe, congrats on 600 pages!!!

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By the way, y'all missed our esteemed President who graced us with his presence and ask if it was possible to use the energy of a black hole.

ohyeah
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First I'd like to see the solar, wind and hydro before I am willing to pay for his next fantasy ....ooooyyyyyy. wink
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I'm with you on that,jeez messing with a black hole,cerns bad enough
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BTW, if it wasn't him, who ever it was has his voice down pat. Either way, this took glpvc to a new level. lol
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Yippee Ki yay! 600 pages! wave

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