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Personally think this events are connected and gamma rays or cosmic rays, EM radiation from space can cause strongest earthquakes on Earth ..

Scientists have detected a flash of light from across the Galaxy so powerful that it bounced off the Moon and lit up the Earth's upper atmosphere. The flash was brighter than anything ever detected from beyond our Solar System and lasted over a tenth of a second. NASA and European satellites and many radio telescopes detected the flash and its aftermath on December 27, 2004. Two science teams report about this event at a special press event today at NASA headquarters. A multitude of papers are planned for publication.

"This might be a once-in-a-lifetime event for astronomers, as well as for the neutron star," said Dr. David Palmer of Los Alamos National Laboratory, lead author on a paper describing the Swift observation. "We know of only two other giant flares in the past 35 years, and this December event was one hundred times more powerful."

[link to www.nasa.gov]


Indonesia EQ second larger ever recoded of M 9.3, 26 December 2004 ..

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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SGR 1806-20

On December 27, 2004, the radiation from an explosion on the surface of SGR 1806-20 reached Earth.[2] In terms of gamma rays, the burst had an absolute magnitude around −291. It was the brightest event known to have been sighted on this planet from an origin outside our solar system. The gamma rays struck the ionosphere and created more ionization, which briefly expanded the ionosphere. The magnetar released more energy in one-tenth of a second (1.3×1039 J) than our sun has released in 100,000 years (4×1026 W × 3.2×1012 s = 1.3×1039 J). Such a burst is thought to be the largest explosion observed by humans in the galaxy since the SN 1604 supernova observed by Johannes Kepler in 1604.

A similar blast within 3 parsecs (10 light years) of Earth would destroy the ozone layer and would be similar in effect to a 12 kt of TNT (50 TJ) nuclear blast at 7.5 km. The nearest known magnetar to earth is 1E 1048.1-5937, located 9,000 light-years away in the constellation

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spock , good point
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Four of these magnetars are also called soft gamma repeaters, or SGRs, because they flare up randomly and release gamma rays. Such episodes release about 10^30 to 10^35 watts for about a second, or up to millions of times more energy than our Sun. For a tenth of a second, the giant flare on SGR 1806-20 unleashed energy at a rate of about 10^40 watts.

The total energy produced was more than the Sun emits in 150,000 years.

[link to www.nasa.gov]

Animated location ..

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Here you can find more info ..

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So you are saying that there are faster than light waves that preceded the gamma flash by a whole day?

The EQ was the day before the flash
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So you are saying that there are faster than light waves that preceded the gamma flash by a whole day?

The EQ was the day before the flash
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Welcome to club ..

All the particles do not travel the same speed, but when you say "whole day" you make my day ..


SGR 1806-20 is located about 14.5 kiloparsecs (50,000 light-years) from Earth on the far side of our Milky Way galaxy in the constellation of Sagittarius. It has a diameter of no more than 20 kilometres (12 mi) and rotates on its axis every 7.5 seconds (30,000 km/h rotation speed at the surface). As of 2007, SGR 1806-20 is the most magnetized object ever perceived by humankind, with a magnetic field over 1015 gauss (1011 tesla) in intensity[1] (compared to the Sun's 1–5 gauss).

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Gamma rays

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Cosmic ray

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Solar flare

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Electromagnetic_radiation

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The types of electromagnetic radiation are broadly classified into the following classes:

Gamma radiation
X-ray radiation
Ultraviolet radiation
Visible radiation
Infrared radiation
Microwave radiation
Radio waves

Electromagnetic spectrum

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Microwave

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Heat

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Etc, etc ..

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12-27-2004???

that was one freaky day!!

my girlfriend broke up with me because she wants to be a tranny-furry person and live in an old west midget village.


i fell off a roof and got ran over by a ride-on lawnmower and had to get stitches in my butthole but they mixed up my chart at the hospital and gave my manboobs double d implants which almost helped me win mr universe.

yeah, if you time travel, stay away from even months in even years and rooves and manboobs.
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Its about time
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bump
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Its about time
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Look at the brightest one that the human eye could see.
Go from there.
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Re: Brightest galactic flash ever detected hits Earth, one day earlier Indonesia had EQ of M 9.3 and deadly tsunamy , new supernova in M95 March 2012
Good post Op. Explains some threads of the other day, about the flash of light affecting the magnetosphere.

There was another post about a star going super nova in the past week as well.

I wonder if it is connected with that, or the galactic sun.
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It's better looking up, than looking at your boots. Many people look down and not up.
It's Kinda like being an AC, without being aware of the DC
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Re: Brightest galactic flash ever detected hits Earth, one day earlier Indonesia had EQ of M 9.3 and deadly tsunamy , new supernova in M95 March 2012
Might be gravitational radiation which preceded the flash.
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Re: Brightest galactic flash ever detected hits Earth, one day earlier Indonesia had EQ of M 9.3 and deadly tsunamy , new supernova in M95 March 2012
I personally know that guy (Paul Laviolette) who proposed the theory that the GRB came *after* the quake because the GRB was actually prededed by 'gavity waves' - and the latter caused the quake.

IMO, it's just another fabrication from the deep Virginia bunker to cover up an extortion attempt against India. Note that India did subsequently roll out a biometric ID card system, coordinated by the banks, who are the enrolment agents.

Just saying...
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Great info. on the cosmic (orgasmic) explosion- I guess we all got a touch of those gamma rays, thanks for this info.rockon
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Strange, I saw a really bright flash in the sky about an hour ago. It wasn't lightning the sky is 100% clear.
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I think these would happen so fast the human eye wouldn't be able to perceive them.
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this theory has bn floating round for years....even i have heard about it......i read about this about two years ago when i first started to look into conspiracy theories and found this site....totally plausable if u ask me
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So you are saying that there are faster than light waves that preceded the gamma flash by a whole day?

The EQ was the day before the flash
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Scientists have detected a flash of light from across the Galaxy so powerful that it bounced off the Moon and lit up the Earth's upper atmosphere. The flash was brighter than anything ever detected from beyond our Solar System and lasted over a tenth of a second. NASA and European satellites and many radio telescopes detected the flash and its aftermath on December 27, 2004. Two science teams report about this event at a special press event today at NASA headquarters. A multitude of papers are planned for publication.

"This might be a once-in-a-lifetime event for astronomers, as well as for the neutron star," said Dr. David Palmer of Los Alamos National Laboratory, lead author on a paper describing the Swift observation. "We know of only two other giant flares in the past 35 years, and this December event was one hundred times more powerful."

[link to www.nasa.gov]
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OP, another source is [link to news.bbc.co.uk]
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Awesome thread.

Wasn't around for the first thread on this by Sheldon Cooper.
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Really?

"Scientists have detected a flash of light from across the Galaxy so powerful that it bounced off the Moon and lit up the Earth's upper atmosphere. "

So, the bounce of this flash off the moon lit up the atmosphere, but nothing about an Earth direct hit from the flash? If it was this dramatic, I would think a direct hit would have been detectable on video cameras that were running and had a view of the sky.

And since they say the reflection bounced off the moon, and lit up the atmosphere, the moon should have gotten that much brighter, or, lit up a part of the moon if it was in crescent, for the part of the world the reflection hit. But then again, I am sure we were not observing the moon when this happened.
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From long time I watching all influences from space, for now this is best example to prove influences on Earth from EM radiation from space ..

So very possible influences from massive jet bar from our galaxy what is pointed directly to out solar sister can effect us to ..


Analyzing the velocities of stars in their study, the team was able to confirm that the Milky Way’s central bulge does contain a massive bar, with one end nearly pointed right at our solar system

Links of original source here ..

Thread: Powerful Jet Pointing Directly At Earth, Mysterious Objects at the Edge of the EM Spectrum, Sun is More Active Now than Over the Last 8000 Years


They are among the most fascinating cosmic phenomena. Astronomers know them as blazars and each of them harbors a supermassive black hole and jets emanating in opposite directions from near its poles. These sources are unique evidence of the most extreme speeds and energies known in the extreme Universe.

The blazar's jet is pointing in the general direction of the Earth. Only one blazar would be enough to endanger our existence so it is good that none of them is located too close to our planet Earth.

Links of original source here ..

Thread: The Aztec Calendar, Nahui-Olin (Sun of Earthquake), Mayan Calendar, Lost Books of Nostradamus, Ophiuchus, Venus Transit, The Galactic Alignment (Page 3)

Thread: Strange Sounds,Strange Rumblings, Sonic Booms, The Hum, Groaning, Earthquake Connection, Electromagnetic Voices, Post Your Recordings Here (Page 12)


Blazar Jets ..

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Blazar Jets Push Closer to Cosmic Speed Limit


Blazars are active galactic nuclei -- energetic regions surrounding massive black holes at the centers of galaxies. Material being drawn into the black hole forms a spinning disk called an accretion disk. Powerful jets of charged particles are ejected at high speeds along the poles of accretion disks. When these jets happen to be aimed nearly toward the Earth, the objects are called blazars.

Their measurements showed that features in the blazar jets were moving at apparent speeds more than 25 times greater than that of light. This phenomenon, called superluminal motion, is not real, but rather is an illusion caused by the fact that the material in the jet is moving at nearly the speed of light almost directly toward the observer. Because the jet features are moving toward Earth at almost the same speed as the radio waves they emit, they can appear to move across the sky at faster-than-light speeds. Scientists can correct for this geometrical effect to calculate a lower limit to the true speed of the features.

"We typically see apparent speeds in blazar jets that are about five times the speed of light, and that corresponds to a true speed of more than 98 percent of light speed," Piner said. "Now, based on independent confirmation by two groups of astronomers, we see these three blazars with apparent speeds greater than 25 times that of light," Piner added. That apparent speed, the scientists said, corresponds to a true speed of greater than 99.9 percent of light speed, which is 186,282 miles per second.

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Another bright supernova goes boom in M95 near Mars

Another bright supernova goes boom in M95 near Mars
Posted on March 18, 2012 by astrobob

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[link to cs.astronomy.com]

[link to www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu]

Supernova 2012AW in Galaxy M95 ..

This days is in early stages, listen person on second video ..










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Personally think this events are connected and gamma rays or cosmic rays from space can cause strongest earthquakes on Earth ..

Scientists have detected a flash of light from across the Galaxy so powerful that it bounced off the Moon and lit up the Earth's upper atmosphere. The flash was brighter than anything ever detected from beyond our Solar System and lasted over a tenth of a second. NASA and European satellites and many radio telescopes detected the flash and its aftermath on December 27, 2004. Two science teams report about this event at a special press event today at NASA headquarters. A multitude of papers are planned for publication.

"This might be a once-in-a-lifetime event for astronomers, as well as for the neutron star," said Dr. David Palmer of Los Alamos National Laboratory, lead author on a paper describing the Swift observation. "We know of only two other giant flares in the past 35 years, and this December event was one hundred times more powerful."

[link to www.nasa.gov]


Indonesia EQ second larger ever recoded of M 9.3, 26 December 2004 ..

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


SGR 1806-20

On December 27, 2004, the radiation from an explosion on the surface of SGR 1806-20 reached Earth.[2] In terms of gamma rays, the burst had an absolute magnitude around −291. It was the brightest event known to have been sighted on this planet from an origin outside our solar system. The gamma rays struck the ionosphere and created more ionization, which briefly expanded the ionosphere. The magnetar released more energy in one-tenth of a second (1.3×1039 J) than our sun has released in 100,000 years (4×1026 W × 3.2×1012 s = 1.3×1039 J). Such a burst is thought to be the largest explosion observed by humans in the galaxy since the SN 1604 supernova observed by Johannes Kepler in 1604.

A similar blast within 3 parsecs (10 light years) of Earth would destroy the ozone layer and would be similar in effect to a 12 kt of TNT (50 TJ) nuclear blast at 7.5 km. The nearest known magnetar to earth is 1E 1048.1-5937, located 9,000 light-years away in the constellation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Yea... more than likely it was HAARP... which causes deadly earthquakes and all kinds of other wicked weather outbreaks etc.
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Better view on this video ..

I wondering how strong this emission will be, but we will see in next days !!

Possible connection with Mexico EQ of M 7.4 ??

Don't know, is to early ..

We don't know yet how strong will be this emission from supernova explosion ..

Some images ..

[link to apod.nasa.gov]

[link to www.perseus.gr]

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PSN J10435372+1140177 has been officially designated as a Type II supernova, SN 2012aw.

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Dueling bright supernovas in M95 and NGC 4790 kick off new season

60 million years ago a supergiant star exploded in the galaxy NGC 4790 in Virgo. 22 million years later another overgrown and underfed supergiant star ended its life in the galaxy M95. After all that time traveling through space, the light from each explosion arrived within two days of each other in the skies over planet Earth. What a joy to see them both in their final glory.

Supernova 2012 aw has been getting most of the attention lately, because it was discovered in a bright galaxy not far from the planet Mars in Leo. Most supernovae are caught on the rise to maximum light. This one was no exception. 2012 aw was first spotted at 15th magnitude (dim!) by Paolo Fagotti and Alessandro Dimai of the Italian Supernovae Search Project, and independently by Jure Skvarc (Crni Vrh Observatory, Slovenia) on March 16. A day later it rose to 13th magnitude which put it within range of many amateur telescopes. Today March 21, the supernova still hovers at around 13th magnitude, though it’s uncertain if it will brighten further or plateau.

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So you are saying that there are faster than light waves that preceded the gamma flash by a whole day?

The EQ was the day before the flash
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That or other types of waves I think. Neutron stars and what they emit are making scientists stumped.