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Thanks poster.
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Looks like Aurora. Normal good old fashion Aurora Borealis to me. Wheww I thought there was something to be worried about. Well this thread is shit, gonna go back to scratching my balls.
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Happy birthday cutie! flowas
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Massive Thanks!thumbs

Although I tend to try and ignore the dreaded dates since I turned 30 : )

Though I am looking forward to having an trio later Today!



This [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] is crazy.everyone go outside with their Fluorescent Light Tubes and stick them into the ground,see if they light!
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Wow you are 30 lol! May you live long! Enjoy your party and get drunk as a mofo lol. As we say in the UK you are only 30 once!
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No,it's worse..far,far worse - Im' 32 Today : ?

Last thing I remember I was listenting to Heart-Shaped-Box by Nirvana..not sure how I got here,what's happening again!?
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I WAS LISTENING TO THAT SONG EARLIER
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I have never seen the AusDst-Index at -110. Last time it was at -100 Japan got hit with the 9.0 earthquake.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Regarding the GRB Link you posted earlier in the thread..Zero is our Coordinate,no!?
[link to grb.sonoma.edu]

If so then we are literally surrounded by these events..above and behind,to the left and infront etc..am I reading this correctly!?

Last Edited by Spittin'Cesium on 02/19/2012 12:13 AM
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Im not scared lol. Im just literally putting across SCIENTIFIC evidence.

If you can prove me wrong then fairplay! I would love to know im wrong, it would make me feel safe.

Sadly this is not what is happening.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11025385


I would hardly call a link to an image as scientific evidence. Some scientist falsify results to get funding. You know like a diet pill commercial. Do you control the instruments that record those results? I doubt it. You just look at it and go "neat, I'm going to go make claims about something I'm not an expert about".

Not trying to sandbag you but seriously don't take yourself so serious. Do you really know what you are looking at? Do you really know how to interpret what you are looking at? Can you with 100% certainty say that the data you are looking at wasn't created by some kid playing with Photoshop? I don't believe much of anything on this GLP site. For me GLP stands for Gullible Lying People.
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ok then...you have stated your opinion and are now free to go play on another thread or is that not in your job description for today.

geez, i hope its almost time for your coffee break.
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Very smart how you try to make the one guy that calls you out on your bullshit seem like the one that is full of shit. I will let the readers decide, because you already have a conclusion regarding the RELIABLE data you have presented. I'm just asking you to explain it in terms that the average person that has say graduated high school can understand. Can you do that mister smarty pants? Please, I would love for you to do such a thing. Make me look stupid with your detailed understanding of this matter.

Don't sit their and turn it into a "Your stupid" argument. Make me look stupid by giving a rational and SCIENTIFIC explanation, for the laymen among this thread.

Thank you..... Waiting (no doubt my patience will be tested)
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This isnt my thread and I have presented nothing.

And since YOU are calling bullshit then i suggest that the burden of proof is up to you to provide US with the information and details as to WHY this is bullshit.

can YOU do that for US mr smarty pants?

*not holding my breath because I dont want to pass out from you stupidity*

If you are going to try and debunk a thread then DO IT RIGHT and provide YOUR proof....

TAG...youre it!!tounge
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Right, so the bottom line is this!

WHERE DID THE MAGNETOSPHERE DISTURBANCE COME FROM!?
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Being the payed asshole on this thread I would say that the Aurora behavior appears to be normal when viewed from earth using the human eye. Those images (which are most likely doctored and haven't been proven to be 100% reliable) show me nothing since I have no control or past data to compare them to. Furthermore I would like to add that the Aurora Borealis effect is typically caused by Earth directed charged ions emitted by the star Solaris interacting with Earths Magnetosphere. Everything to the human eye appears normal, but the images/links presented show something different. They attempt to convey some elevated quantity of charged ions hitting earth. Interesting conflict of data versus the observable results.

If in So Cal I saw Aurora I would be like HOLY SHIT, but I'm not seeing anything. So whatchu talkin bout Willis?
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I have never seen the AusDst-Index at -110. Last time it was at -100 Japan got hit with the 9.0 earthquake.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Regarding the GRB Link you posted earlier in the thread..Zero is our Coordinate,no!?
[link to grb.sonoma.edu]

If so then we are literally surrounded by these events..above and behind,to the left and infront etc..am I reading this correctly!?
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


Ok I can follow this. See he is making a point basing it on past data in an effort to predict an outcome.
Thank you for using logic. One of the few on this site.
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Right, so the bottom line is this!

WHERE DID THE MAGNETOSPHERE DISTURBANCE COME FROM!?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11025385


Being the payed asshole on this thread I would say that the Aurora behavior appears to be normal when viewed from earth using the human eye. Those images (which are most likely doctored and haven't been proven to be 100% reliable) show me nothing since I have no control or past data to compare them to. Furthermore I would like to add that the Aurora Borealis effect is typically caused by Earth directed charged ions emitted by the star Solaris interacting with Earths Magnetosphere. Everything to the human eye appears normal, but the images/links presented show something different. They attempt to convey some elevated quantity of charged ions hitting earth. Interesting conflict of data versus the observable results.

If in So Cal I saw Aurora I would be like HOLY SHIT, but I'm not seeing anything. So whatchu talkin bout Willis?
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Your response has no evidence therefore I will not speak.
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I have never seen the AusDst-Index at -110. Last time it was at -100 Japan got hit with the 9.0 earthquake.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Regarding the GRB Link you posted earlier in the thread..Zero is our Coordinate,no!?
[link to grb.sonoma.edu]

If so then we are literally surrounded by these events..above and behind,to the left and infront etc..am I reading this correctly!?
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


Ok I can follow this. See he is making a point basing it on past data in an effort to predict an outcome.
Thank you for using logic. One of the few on this site.
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Logic/Science is the only thing that is certain. Therefore it can only be the logical outcome.
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I have never seen the AusDst-Index at -110. Last time it was at -100 Japan got hit with the 9.0 earthquake.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Regarding the GRB Link you posted earlier in the thread..Zero is our Coordinate,no!?
[link to grb.sonoma.edu]

If so then we are literally surrounded by these events..above and behind,to the left and infront etc..am I reading this correctly!?
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


It has everything to do with the supergiants main sequence, we follow the sun.
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Right, so the bottom line is this!

WHERE DID THE MAGNETOSPHERE DISTURBANCE COME FROM!?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11025385


Being the payed asshole on this thread I would say that the Aurora behavior appears to be normal when viewed from earth using the human eye. Those images (which are most likely doctored and haven't been proven to be 100% reliable) show me nothing since I have no control or past data to compare them to. Furthermore I would like to add that the Aurora Borealis effect is typically caused by Earth directed charged ions emitted by the star Solaris interacting with Earths Magnetosphere. Everything to the human eye appears normal, but the images/links presented show something different. They attempt to convey some elevated quantity of charged ions hitting earth. Interesting conflict of data versus the observable results.

If in So Cal I saw Aurora I would be like HOLY SHIT, but I'm not seeing anything. So whatchu talkin bout Willis?
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Your response has no evidence therefore I will not speak.
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I don't have evidence. I'm questioning yours.
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I have never seen the AusDst-Index at -110. Last time it was at -100 Japan got hit with the 9.0 earthquake.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Regarding the GRB Link you posted earlier in the thread..Zero is our Coordinate,no!?
[link to grb.sonoma.edu]

If so then we are literally surrounded by these events..above and behind,to the left and infront etc..am I reading this correctly!?
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


It has everything to do with the supergiants main sequence, we follow the sun.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11025385


If you notice every sun turns into a red giant after it passes this sequence.

This is the reason for the so called 'chemtrails'/Operation Cloverleaf (dont shoot me). They are trying to block solar radiation.
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Well we were told sometime ago strange things would begin
Thread: Getting laid of from NASA time to spill the beans.

Becomes more true each week.
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I have never seen the AusDst-Index at -110. Last time it was at -100 Japan got hit with the 9.0 earthquake.
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Im' looking but I see no Aurorae yet [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] anyone else!?

Also Magnetometer may spell EQ.

Time to see if this Magnetometer data correlates..It did'nt cause a Single Major EQ Event Four Days back but there was a swarm at around the same Latitude,Depth Range and Magnitude.

Time to watch.

Last Edited by Spittin'Cesium on 02/19/2012 12:28 AM
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Right, so the bottom line is this!

WHERE DID THE MAGNETOSPHERE DISTURBANCE COME FROM!?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11025385


Being the payed asshole on this thread I would say that the Aurora behavior appears to be normal when viewed from earth using the human eye. Those images (which are most likely doctored and haven't been proven to be 100% reliable) show me nothing since I have no control or past data to compare them to. Furthermore I would like to add that the Aurora Borealis effect is typically caused by Earth directed charged ions emitted by the star Solaris interacting with Earths Magnetosphere. Everything to the human eye appears normal, but the images/links presented show something different. They attempt to convey some elevated quantity of charged ions hitting earth. Interesting conflict of data versus the observable results.

If in So Cal I saw Aurora I would be like HOLY SHIT, but I'm not seeing anything. So whatchu talkin bout Willis?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10958231


Your response has no evidence therefore I will not speak.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11025385


I don't have evidence. I'm questioning yours.
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LOL it appears we are at checkmate as we call it in chess.
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Well we were told sometime ago strange things would begin
Thread: Getting laid of from NASA time to spill the beans.

Becomes more true each week.
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10 points to you lol.

That is why they cancelled the space programme.
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Heads up, take a look at this:
[link to isthisthingon.org]

YPC is looking black. Everything is related. Been watching these thumbnails for months and YPC is interesting often but I have yet to see black until tonight. My guess is shills are going to start barking.
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I have never seen the AusDst-Index at -110. Last time it was at -100 Japan got hit with the 9.0 earthquake.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Im' looking but I see no Aurorae yet [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] anyone else!?

Also Magnetometer may spell EQ.

Time to see if this Magnetometer data correlates..It did'nt cause a Single Major EQ Event Four Days back but there was a swarm at around the same Latitude,Depth Range and Magnitude.

Time to watch.
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


I have been watching EQ's and while they haven't been as intense in size of late compared to last week, they do appear to be increasing in frequency with smaller quakes globally.
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Well we were told sometime ago strange things would begin
Thread: Getting laid of from NASA time to spill the beans.

Becomes more true each week.
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Sickscent did verify that info., the ribbon is here!
“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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Being the payed asshole on this thread I would say that the Aurora behavior appears to be normal when viewed from earth using the human eye. Those images (which are most likely doctored and haven't been proven to be 100% reliable) show me nothing since I have no control or past data to compare them to. Furthermore I would like to add that the Aurora Borealis effect is typically caused by Earth directed charged ions emitted by the star Solaris interacting with Earths Magnetosphere. Everything to the human eye appears normal, but the images/links presented show something different. They attempt to convey some elevated quantity of charged ions hitting earth. Interesting conflict of data versus the observable results.

If in So Cal I saw Aurora I would be like HOLY SHIT, but I'm not seeing anything. So whatchu talkin bout Willis?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10958231


Your response has no evidence therefore I will not speak.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11025385


I don't have evidence. I'm questioning yours.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10958231


LOL it appears we are at checkmate as we call it in chess.
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I assure you that the king still stands with title and throne. I came to you as a student asking for instruction and understanding which were unable to provide. Games hasn't even started.
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I have never seen the AusDst-Index at -110. Last time it was at -100 Japan got hit with the 9.0 earthquake.
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Im' looking but I see no Aurorae yet [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] anyone else!?

Also Magnetometer may spell EQ.

Time to see if this Magnetometer data correlates..It did'nt cause a Single Major EQ Event Four Days back but there was a swarm at around the same Latitude,Depth Range and Magnitude.

Time to watch.
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium


I have been watching EQ's and while they haven't been as intense in size of late compared to last week, they do appear to be increasing in frequency with smaller quakes globally.
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Keep in mind we are only shown what we are suppose to see and EVERYTHING is an illusion. Which is what I was getting into a tif with the Brit about.
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Holy crap!

I was following this thread earlier - thinking this is HUGE.

and then I read this [link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

Looks like a hit to me.


Twins-w-mouth
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Massive Thanks!thumbs

Although I tend to try and ignore the dreaded dates since I turned 30 : )

Though I am looking forward to having an trio later Today!



This [link to www.swpc.noaa.gov] is crazy.everyone go outside with their Fluorescent Light Tubes and stick them into the ground,see if they light!
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium

Wow you are 30 lol! May you live long! Enjoy your party and get drunk as a mofo lol. As we say in the UK you are only 30 once!
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No,it's worse..far,far worse - Im' 32 Today : ?

Last thing I remember I was listenting to Heart-Shaped-Box by Nirvana..not sure how I got here,what's happening again!?
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium

I WAS LISTENING TO THAT SONG EARLIER
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For ever in-debt!

Do you like the Unplugged Album?

Sorry OP for my random interspersions!
The thing that hath been,
is That which shall be;
and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
Ecclesiastes 9:1
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the magnetometer on my phone is picking the activity up
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hf
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5.1 EQ near Japan 28 minutes ago, hmmmmmm
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is anyone listening to the radio link elq posted????
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was just ringing.....
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was just ringing.....
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Link please
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Has anyone seen this yet? Just released: [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

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