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As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?

 
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As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
Sun grazing comet Lovejoy:

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

The sun looks eerie quiet.

[link to www.solarham.com]

Silence before the storm?

Last Edited by Searchalot on 12/18/2011 08:52 AM
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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
Why would the sun get mad at a comet called LoveJoy?
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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
Why would the sun get mad at a comet called LoveJoy?
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LOL.

But you can see the coincidence?

The Electric Universe?
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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
Fits my theorys perfectly lol

The last time it went by, krakatoa went off. guess we wait and see if anything happens this time

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Fits my theorys perfectly lol

The last time it went by, krakatoa went off. guess we wait and see if anything happens this time

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I can't find the link at the moment, but I believe it was in October, a sun diving comet caused a massive eruption on the sun.

Could happen again.
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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
Found it:


The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory captured this shot of a huge coronal mass ejection on Oct. 1, 2011, shortly after a comet dove into the sun (inset, right).
CREDIT: SOHO/NASA/ESA



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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
The sun has completely flatlined on almost every graph... Solar winds have decreased speed and increased density.

[link to www.solarham.com]

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Last Edited by ItsYourFault on 12/15/2011 08:57 PM
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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
The sun has completely flatlined on almost every graph...

[link to www.solarham.com]

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I noticed, too.

That's why I was wondering if this comet could have anything to do with it?

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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
The sun has completely flatlined on almost every graph...

[link to www.solarham.com]

blink

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I noticed, too.

That's why I was wondering if this comet could have anything to do with it?

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If there is a significant volcano eruption within the next couple days, I would say you could almost guarantee it
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So comets don't even have to impact Earth to have an effect?

We will see soon.
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So comets don't even have to impact Earth to have an effect?

We will see soon.
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I dunno... but it is fact that last time this comet passed the sun, Krakatoa erupted. And the images on solarham are not what they normally look like. Every single graph is affected near the same time (xrays, solarwind, magneto, etc... all of them)... coincidence? I doubt it, but I don't claim to know.
Guess we wait and see

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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
Why would the sun get mad at a comet called LoveJoy?
 Quoting: Intruth


LOL.

But you can see the coincidence?

The Electric Universe?
 Quoting: Searchalot

Go to the Jupiter Ignition thread immediately.
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Xrays are still completely flatlined.
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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
Thanks OP for pointing out to us about the flatline. I thought it strange to see such a large comet approaching the sun without the sun showing any signs like you usually see. This is proof of the electric universe we live in.
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Flat,flat: [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
This stuff deserves to be pinned more than all that political bullshit!
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This stuff deserves to be pinned more than all that political bullshit!
 Quoting: Beam Me The Fuck Up!


The political 'bullshit' is actual doom in america...

but this comet is pretty crazy... when the sun picks back up, watch for a volcano/earthquake (magma is magnetic, after all)... the magnetics of the sun have dropped and (almost) everything seems affected

[link to www.solarham.com]

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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
I hate to Mayan this shit up. But December 24 isn't that far off.
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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
This stuff deserves to be pinned more than all that political bullshit!
 Quoting: Beam Me The Fuck Up!


The political 'bullshit' is actual doom in america...

but this comet is pretty crazy... when the sun picks back up, watch for a volcano/earthquake (magma is magnetic, after all)... the magnetics of the sun have dropped and (almost) everything seems affected

[link to www.solarham.com]
 Quoting: ItsYourFault



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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
Why would the sun get mad at a comet called LoveJoy?
 Quoting: Intruth


LOL.

But you can see the coincidence?

The Electric Universe?
 Quoting: Searchalot

Go to the Jupiter Ignition thread immediately.
 Quoting: einsteinsfly


It's an extensive thread, but I've read my part...

It's all the bits and pieces together which made this observation.
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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
Anyone else have intense wind right now?

blink

(I'm in Canada, no snow.)

Last Edited by ItsYourFault on 12/15/2011 11:03 PM
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Anyone else have intense wind right now?

blink

(I'm in Canada, no snow.)
 Quoting: ItsYourFault


Over here too.

But that's for over a week now.
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[link to www.solarham.com]

Everything is still flatlined
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Anyone else have intense wind right now?

blink

(I'm in Canada, no snow.)
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Wind here is out of the north at 11 MPH
44 degrees
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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
It seems the comet survived it's passage around the sun.

I'm curious to see what happens next with the sun.

It would be to much of a coincidence if activity ramps up after the comet is on it's way back into space.
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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
I really dont think this is a good thing. Its kinda like asking the sun to hold its breath.
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Anyone else have intense wind right now?

blink

(I'm in Canada, no snow.)
 Quoting: ItsYourFault


Over here too.

But that's for over a week now.
 Quoting: Searchalot


You been Passing Intense Wind for over a Week now..?

I'd talk to the Doctor about that One if I were you ; )
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It seems the comet survived it's passage around the sun.

I'm curious to see what happens next with the sun.

It would be to much of a coincidence if activity ramps up after the comet is on it's way back into space.
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Astromut said he expected it to come out brighter on the other side. Soho has not updated yet since parahelion.
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Re: As comet Lovejoy approaches, the Sun's acivity flatlines!!! Electric Universe?
It seems the comet survived it's passage around the sun.

I'm curious to see what happens next with the sun.

It would be to much of a coincidence if activity ramps up after the comet is on it's way back into space.
 Quoting: Searchalot


Astromut said he expected it to come out brighter on the other side. Soho has not updated yet since parahelion.
 Quoting: Intruth


Someone down-under should be able to see it by now then?

Someone?
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just 4 small earthquakes right around parahelion
all in Hawaii
Isnt that where O is?