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NICT Real-time Magnetosphere Simulation is now shut down for good! "Web services have been terminated"! Very interesting!

 
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So they say it's been hacked!
Does that mean HAARP and SOHO has been hacked also?
Cause they're all down at the same time.
Even if NICT was hacked that still doesn't explain why their live feed was shut down for the past 2 months.
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Ok so...

NICT is a visual representation of ACE data. ACE is still up and running and that was where NICT got it's data from. NICT just made it easier for non-professionals (I.e morons from GLP) to understand it.
Scientists can interpret ACE data without some pretty pictures. They probs shut it down because it kept breaking and stalling and wasn't transferring ACE data well enough.
Personally I'm glad it's gone, it should stop people thinking the magnetosphere is 'WHITE HOT' hahahaha.

I wish some of you could spend just ONE HOUR with a real scientist.
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you mean a real scientist who went to one of those government controlled freemason universities ?
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nicts been up n down for 8 weeks now its finished.,....and go look at stereo behind cor1 now....the imaging is so bad theyr hiding something.....next 24hours will tell the tale im sure
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[link to solarimg.org] still here
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there was no magnetosphere reversal, that is some stupid shit by a blind one leading you blind ones.

It is down because of permanent damage and they decided not to rebuild. It used information from the ACE satellite and you ones don't even seem to know that. There are other sites functioning fine. You can suspect games when all the other satellites go down. I have a list of sites I use every day on my thread. BAT R US, although it uses a different imagery works fine in fact. Thread: Nip's solar/quake thread for other linkies, I am not in the mood to post them all again here.

[link to ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov] well shit, it hasn't updated since may 3 either, Neither has SOHO. hmmmm
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NONE of the links I looked at last night were up. I tried the lasco cams on soho, and even went to the military (navy) link. They all show the data for the 3rd, but that's where it stops. It's also very choppy...they've removed some frames.
I was wondering about all of this last night, and went to NICT before they had shut it down. I hadn't paid attention to that date, but it was still up last night.
Then, I went and visited neumayer webcam, facing south from rooftop, and before I could load the entire images, I lost connection. I couldn't stay connected last night at all, and I'm on DSL.
So, I've been wondering what the hell is going on.
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why is our government so afraid its people may see something? they spend our money, so just they can see whats coming. Not fair
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There is the reason:

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Yep. Get ready for a HIGH X- CLASS SOLAR FLARE. This could be the real doom, Kidd you not !
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I am currently downloading all the archived Real-Time Simulator Videos!

Do not trust this shit at all!
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So they say it's been hacked!
Does that mean HAARP and SOHO has been hacked also?
Cause they're all down at the same time.
Even if NICT was hacked that still doesn't explain why their live feed was shut down for the past 2 months.
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Lasco 2 and 3 have NOT been updated for 4 days now!!!

Something is going on up there.

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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So they say it's been hacked!
Does that mean HAARP and SOHO has been hacked also?
Cause they're all down at the same time.
Even if NICT was hacked that still doesn't explain why their live feed was shut down for the past 2 months.
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Lasco 2 and 3 have NOT been updated for 4 days now!!!

Something is going on up there.

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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bingo!....
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So they say it's been hacked!
Does that mean HAARP and SOHO has been hacked also?
Cause they're all down at the same time.
Even if NICT was hacked that still doesn't explain why their live feed was shut down for the past 2 months.
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Lasco 2 and 3 have NOT been updated for 4 days now!!!

Something is going on up there.

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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bingo!....
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It could be this (lower left corner on pic)

[link to stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov]
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So they say it's been hacked!
Does that mean HAARP and SOHO has been hacked also?
Cause they're all down at the same time.
Even if NICT was hacked that still doesn't explain why their live feed was shut down for the past 2 months.
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Lasco 2 and 3 have NOT been updated for 4 days now!!!

Something is going on up there.

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Démodé


bingo!....
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It could be this (lower left corner on pic)

[link to stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov]
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what is that thing?
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So they say it's been hacked!
Does that mean HAARP and SOHO has been hacked also?
Cause they're all down at the same time.
Even if NICT was hacked that still doesn't explain why their live feed was shut down for the past 2 months.
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Lasco 2 and 3 have NOT been updated for 4 days now!!!

Something is going on up there.

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Démodé


The same thing happened in Aug. 2010, and we survived:

"NOTE: LACK OF DATA UPDATES. SOHO went into "Emergency Sun Reacquisition" mode on Friday May 4, 2012, caused by a false trigger of the Coarse Sun Pointing Attitude Anomaly Dector. We are working on the recovery of the spacecraft to normal mode. Nominal science operations should be re-established in the next couple of days."
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Lasco 2 and 3 have NOT been updated for 4 days now!!!

Something is going on up there.

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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bingo!....
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It could be this (lower left corner on pic)

[link to stereo-ssc.nascom.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Démodé


what is that thing?
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Not for certain, but at least nice theory here [link to www.ufo-blogger.com]
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I am currently downloading all the archived Real-Time Simulator Videos!

Do not trust this shit at all!
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and you have good reason not to trust ... I have been watching (and learning) since the beginning of the last Solar Maximus cycle ... and early on, because I really was a suntard, I studied the sun for hours each day ... and I recognized when NASA slipped in a "old" picture, from time to time, then I noticed that they "blured" out some parts of the pictures, but what really got me screaming all over the internet and angry, was when, just as something really spectacular was about to happen, they pulled the plug on us and called it a CDC "bakeout" (an automated process that cleans the lenses on the satellite cameras) NOT EVERY TIME! ... I got so loud it warrented someone hacking my computer to bits ... it actually made a grinding sound as it died ... so I backed off and watched ... and listened to hundreds of others with the same complaints, about how they use OUR MONEY, to pay for all their fancy do-dah equiptment and jobs ... but they WITH HOLD DATA from us as - stating pubically and for the offecial record, that in matters that involve National Security, they have the right to NOT TELL US WHAT THE DATA SAYs ... WTF?

they have done the same in every branch of the gov who reports to the public ...USGS, NOAH, WHO, SOHO - the "real-time simulations" are no different - do you really think HAARP info isn't "calebrated" for the public eye? ... the list goes on ... they "adjusted" the RIchter scale and call major Earthquakes "aftershocks" dozens of websites that used to report the data (that they didn't include) have vanished ...

I appreciate those who point out these injustices ... and make their fellow humans aware of how the public is NOT being given the full story - ever ... everything WE see is "edited" ...
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This story hints at a possible explanation.
[link to www.usatoday.com]
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Re: NICT Real-time Magnetosphere Simulation is now shut down for good! "Web services have been terminated"! Very interesting!
The Carrington Event happened in 1859, most definitely not in 1959. I am sure the website downtime is some regular maintenance. Or perhaps they will upgrade the service, discontinuing the old one. Absolutely nothing to worry about. Even if the Sun erupts only major, long distance metal wires would be affected. Not our home electronics, or bodies.
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What do you think is going to happen to everything connected to those long metal wires??? Every power station, every transformer, and if the flare is strong enough every non-hardened piece of electronics, fried.


How do you think people are going to react seeing the aurora borealis over every patch of land and sea???


Nothing to worry about...tra la la.
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[link to www3.nict.go.jp] ...
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The Carrington Event happened in 1859, most definitely not in 1959. I am sure the website downtime is some regular maintenance. Or perhaps they will upgrade the service, discontinuing the old one. Absolutely nothing to worry about. Even if the Sun erupts only major, long distance metal wires would be affected. Not our home electronics, or bodies.
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What do you think is going to happen to everything connected to those long metal wires??? Every power station, every transformer, and if the flare is strong enough every non-hardened piece of electronics, fried.


How do you think people are going to react seeing the aurora borealis over every patch of land and sea???


Nothing to worry about...tra la la.
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yeah, just let your imagination run wild publicly ... forget that an X40+ flare didn't fry anything ... but I did read (in glp) that someone claiming to be a computer tech did replace the same one part, on a lot of computers after each major flare (in the last cycle) ... and he watched the data to know when he would be the busiest ha ha -

so I am not saying CME that hit the earth have no effect - they do - especially on your skin ...and I have learned how to read what little data they share with us to avoid "exposure" - I also bought a Faraday cage

...Granted, CME cause some disruptions in our electronic devices ... but we are getting those disruptions ALL the time now so no one even notices a dropped call or glitches - and no doubt they have upgraded that "weak" part that was being effected by CME a while back

what interests me now, is what effect - passing through the Solar equator (Galactic Alignment) is going to have on us - especially when the sun passes through it ... but I seriously doubt we will ever get any of that data - even if the Scientific Community does ever come out of the collective denial they are all experiencing
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[link to www3.nict.go.jp]
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WELCOME TO THE CYBER CLOUD!!!!!!



[link to www.nict.go.jp] Data Cloud
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#673202
"In reality, they thought their little website was only there for other sciencetards such as themselves, and when they found that their bandwidth had grown exponentially, probably mostly from GLPers, they realized they needed to take it down. They probably have reestablished the site at a private website. GLPers need to find their new private website."

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"Ok so...
NICT is a visual representation of ACE data. ACE is still up and running and that was where NICT got it's data from. NICT just made it easier for non-professionals (I.e morons from GLP) to understand it.
Scientists can interpret ACE data without some pretty pictures. They probs shut it down because it kept breaking and stalling and wasn't transferring ACE data well enough.
Personally I'm glad it's gone, it should stop people thinking the magnetosphere is 'WHITE HOT' hahahaha.
I wish some of you could spend just ONE HOUR with a real scientist."

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I watched your link ... as as it happens, I was fortunate to have been watching the Sun at the time the Flare happened ... and it didn't look a thing like the one in your vid ... what
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Oh come on. Are you saying that video is fake? There are multiple other sources for the imagery. There were several events in October and November 2003 and maybe that's a source of confusuion. The largest CME impact/geo-magnetic storm was on November 20th from a CME on the 18th November.

The super X-ray event earlier in the month did not generate a strongly geo-effective CME simply because it was in the wrong location to do so. And we were fortunate for that,
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The Carrington Event happened in 1859, most definitely not in 1959. I am sure the website downtime is some regular maintenance. Or perhaps they will upgrade the service, discontinuing the old one. Absolutely nothing to worry about. Even if the Sun erupts only major, long distance metal wires would be affected. Not our home electronics, or bodies.
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What do you think is going to happen to everything connected to those long metal wires??? Every power station, every transformer, and if the flare is strong enough every non-hardened piece of electronics, fried.


How do you think people are going to react seeing the aurora borealis over every patch of land and sea???


Nothing to worry about...tra la la.
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Alright, I'm expert but we need to have a common definition of 'something major' if we are to hold a productive discussion. What is that to you kind sir? A Carrington-sized event? Could that be defined as something major? Some long-distance telegraph wires that span for thousands of kilometers and act like perfect antennae went down. I have studied that event just a little and there were no reports of people convulsing or dying on the spot.

Besides I've been recently in an MRT of my brain, routine check up and all. That machine produces magnetic fields that could be defined as major. I didn't feel a thing, besides that irritating clicking and buzzing. At last, if all my other arguments fail to reach you I should mention we have and always had (except for some reversals now and then) a magnetic field around Earth.

I wouldn't like to be in an airplane over the poles if something hits, since I'm a little allergic to high-energy radiation. But the earth's magnetic field protects us more the stronger magnetic and radiation shock-wave it meets. I doubt anything but a close-by supernovae blast could puncture that field. But again I'm speaking out only in my behalf with my humblest opinions.

Cheers from stormy Russia.

PS! The Soviet Union built our power lines to Cold War / possible EMP standards. I'd like to think they are prepared and have reserves and lamp transformers. Anything running on big lamps is just more resistant to EMPs ;) Besides those lamp clocks and number counters look awesome!
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The Carrington Event happened in 1859, most definitely not in 1959. I am sure the website downtime is some regular maintenance. Or perhaps they will upgrade the service, discontinuing the old one. Absolutely nothing to worry about. Even if the Sun erupts only major, long distance metal wires would be affected. Not our home electronics, or bodies.
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What do you think is going to happen to everything connected to those long metal wires??? Every power station, every transformer, and if the flare is strong enough every non-hardened piece of electronics, fried.


How do you think people are going to react seeing the aurora borealis over every patch of land and sea???


Nothing to worry about...tra la la.
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Alright, I'm expert but we need to have a common definition of 'something major' if we are to hold a productive discussion. What is that to you kind sir? A Carrington-sized event? Could that be defined as something major? Some long-distance telegraph wires that span for thousands of kilometers and act like perfect antennae went down. I have studied that event just a little and there were no reports of people convulsing or dying on the spot.

Besides I've been recently in an MRT of my brain, routine check up and all. That machine produces magnetic fields that could be defined as major. I didn't feel a thing, besides that irritating clicking and buzzing. At last, if all my other arguments fail to reach you I should mention we have and always had (except for some reversals now and then) a magnetic field around Earth.

I wouldn't like to be in an airplane over the poles if something hits, since I'm a little allergic to high-energy radiation. But the earth's magnetic field protects us more the stronger magnetic and radiation shock-wave it meets. I doubt anything but a close-by supernovae blast could puncture that field. But again I'm speaking out only in my behalf with my humblest opinions.

Cheers from stormy Russia.

PS! The Soviet Union built our power lines to Cold War / possible EMP standards. I'd like to think they are prepared and have reserves and lamp transformers. Anything running on big lamps is just more resistant to EMPs ;) Besides those lamp clocks and number counters look awesome!
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[link to occupycorporatism.com]
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[link to occupycorporatism.com] is a link linking solar activity and human behavior.


And yes, something like the Carrington event...probably bigger given the estimations for this sun cycle.


MSM is crying wolf right now regarding the sun....I think that's about as good a "tell" as we are going to get.

I think the real PTB know about longer term cycle of this variable star and have been preparing for the big show for a very long time.
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Alright, I'm expert but we need to have a common definition of 'something major' if we are to hold a productive discussion. What is that to you kind sir? A Carrington-sized event? Could that be defined as something major? Some long-distance telegraph wires that span for thousands of kilometers and act like perfect antennae went down. I have studied that event just a little and there were no reports of people convulsing or dying on the spot.

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Telegraph operators were shocked to death.

And yes you are right, it is the "catch" from the net size of all that wire that induces current..."everywhere" at once.

...When It happens, I plan on being onstage shredding out on my fender strat, and got out in a blaze of glory!rockon


...not really.
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Another flare being produced right now greater than M1+.

[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]

[link to www.solarham.com]

This is, what, the 4th or 5th already in 2-3 days.

This could be it boys and girls!

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this site down!!!----> [link to www.solarham.com]
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works great for me

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These actions and statements makes for a very good conspiracy!

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