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Almost Half the Sun Covered By a Huge Black Spot!

 
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BUMP!


Things that make me wonder.... If the sun is supposed to be a fireball, then does that mean it is being fed a constant source of oxygen? And if so, what made that oxygen? For it to flare like that, wouldn't that then mean that the sun is getting bursts of oxygen to burn off?

Now then, if the sun is an electric sun like many people suggest, then wouldn't the bursts from the sun have a more electric look to it, like you see in those novelty electric balls?

The bursts from the sun look more like how water would flow than fire or electricity? Maybe lava like flow? Could everyone be wrong about the sun. Fire would spark and flare outwards in many directions, not circular even flowing bursts! Same goes with electricity. These are very violent elements (fire and electricity) Could it be a combination of fire/electricity/lava/water/wind(oxygen) all rolled into one?

Just thought I'd give you guys something else to think about!
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It is not a fire. The sun is a mass of incandescent gas. A gigantic nuclear furnace, where hydrogen is fused into helium at the temperature of millions of degrees.

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As requested.


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Lens flare...
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Yep
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My desktop image and screensaver are up to date images downloaded from the SOHO site every 30 minutes, I set this up about 6 to 8 months ago, and watch the sun closely. In this time I have not seen a dark area this large. Maybe you can provide some older images showing and area this large??? I am not claiming any doom here, as the sun is reaching solar maximum it should be expected that situations like this will occur.
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ABSOLUTELY!!!

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OP, that's an EIT image: Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope. That's not a sunspot, it's showing a specific range of temperature and wavelength. Different wavelengths and temperatures are imaged in different colors.

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

Sorry to puncture the doom balloon on this one. Don't get me wrong, I think the sun is going to cause us some serious problems one of these days, but that image is NOT a giant sunspot.
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OP, that's an EIT image: Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope. That's not a sunspot, it's showing a specific range of temperature and wavelength. Different wavelengths and temperatures are imaged in different colors.

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

Sorry to puncture the doom balloon on this one. Don't get me wrong, I think the sun is going to cause us some serious problems one of these days, but that image is NOT a giant sunspot.
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But - he's - and others - have been looking at these images and THAT BLACK HOLE HAS NEVER BEEN THIS BIG.

Since no one really knows what the hell the sun is, this really does means something.
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[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]

Hope this shows up for the time now: 2012/10/11 0100

It really does look cool; like it just needs someone to draw in a scary pumpkin face! You can even see where a few lines have started if you stare at it long enough.
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Things that make me wonder.... If the sun is supposed to be a fireball, then does that mean it is being fed a constant source of oxygen? And if so, what made that oxygen? For it to flare like that, wouldn't that then mean that the sun is getting bursts of oxygen to burn off?

Now then, if the sun is an electric sun like many people suggest, then wouldn't the bursts from the sun have a more electric look to it, like you see in those novelty electric balls?

The bursts from the sun look more like how water would flow than fire or electricity? Maybe lava like flow? Could everyone be wrong about the sun. Fire would spark and flare outwards in many directions, not circular even flowing bursts! Same goes with electricity. These are very violent elements (fire and electricity) Could it be a combination of fire/electricity/lava/water/wind(oxygen) all rolled into one?

Just thought I'd give you guys something else to think about!
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And to think this guy is probably allowed to vote!
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TOO bad you slept through ALL your science classes, Zeroeffect !

BUT, your posts reflect your TOTAL GRASP of and science education. SO sad !
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The real hot spots [link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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Why do so many ppl on this site think the sun is going to do some spectacular one off event during their lifetime?

sun = 4.5 billion years old ( give or take the odd year )
you = 100 years if you're lucky ( or unlucky ) depending on which way you look at life.

Do these people expect win the lottery every other week?
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maybe there's a huge explosion/s gearing up, and the sun's energy is being routed to those areas, so this huge area appears to be 'vacant'?

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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maybe there's a huge explosion/s gearing up, and the sun's energy is being routed to those areas, so this huge area appears to be 'vacant'?

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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another scientist enters the ring...
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also, when you view the sun it acts really strange even without all these dark spots on it.

If you think in 4d we spiral through the galaxy trailing the sun with the rest of the planets. So the sun is roaring through space at unimaginable speeds.

I know that when I throw a tennis ball of fire (Fun stuff) the fire trails the ball like this <O Now if we are following the sun through space and the sun is fire....then why does it not show this trail at all times? Is it just the vacuum of space keeping it all uniform and centered like this (O)

And if that is true, then what is feeding this giant fireball this oxygen? Also, why does the sun behave in this way? Shouldn't a fireball act like a tennis ball on fire being thrown?


That leads me to believe that the sun is not a fireball like they say! Now an Electric sun would act more like this! Then again, you would not see such a "flowing" of sunbursts like we are seeing in these pictures! Therefor the sun can not be purely electric in nature, can it? Even with the supposed massive gravity, and vacuum of space!

Hmmmmm. Anyone?
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great question
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BUMP!


Things that make me wonder.... If the sun is supposed to be a fireball, then does that mean it is being fed a constant source of oxygen? And if so, what made that oxygen? For it to flare like that, wouldn't that then mean that the sun is getting bursts of oxygen to burn off?

Now then, if the sun is an electric sun like many people suggest, then wouldn't the bursts from the sun have a more electric look to it, like you see in those novelty electric balls?

The bursts from the sun look more like how water would flow than fire or electricity? Maybe lava like flow? Could everyone be wrong about the sun. Fire would spark and flare outwards in many directions, not circular even flowing bursts! Same goes with electricity. These are very violent elements (fire and electricity) Could it be a combination of fire/electricity/lava/water/wind(oxygen) all rolled into one?

Just thought I'd give you guys something else to think about!
 Quoting: ZEROeffect


The sun runs on nuclear fussion. No oxygen needed. It runs on hydrogen.
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BUMP!


Things that make me wonder.... If the sun is supposed to be a fireball, then does that mean it is being fed a constant source of oxygen? And if so, what made that oxygen? For it to flare like that, wouldn't that then mean that the sun is getting bursts of oxygen to burn off?

Now then, if the sun is an electric sun like many people suggest, then wouldn't the bursts from the sun have a more electric look to it, like you see in those novelty electric balls?

The bursts from the sun look more like how water would flow than fire or electricity? Maybe lava like flow? Could everyone be wrong about the sun. Fire would spark and flare outwards in many directions, not circular even flowing bursts! Same goes with electricity. These are very violent elements (fire and electricity) Could it be a combination of fire/electricity/lava/water/wind(oxygen) all rolled into one?

Just thought I'd give you guys something else to think about!
 Quoting: ZEROeffect


Not sure if troll....

Or just really stupid.
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suns are planet creators! This one is about to blow! I hope it makes a twin planet like ours and is dropped close to us!


Maybe dec 21, 2012 will be the day that Nibiru is born from our sun!

:)
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Dude no offense... are you still in high school?
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so wtf does this mean????
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Means it's a cloudy at the Sun.
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so wtf does this mean????
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bad bad bad bad bad
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Things that make me wonder.... If the sun is supposed to be a fireball, then does that mean it is being fed a constant source of oxygen? And if so, what made that oxygen? For it to flare like that, wouldn't that then mean that the sun is getting bursts of oxygen to burn off?

Now then, if the sun is an electric sun like many people suggest, then wouldn't the bursts from the sun have a more electric look to it, like you see in those novelty electric balls?

The bursts from the sun look more like how water would flow than fire or electricity? Maybe lava like flow? Could everyone be wrong about the sun. Fire would spark and flare outwards in many directions, not circular even flowing bursts! Same goes with electricity. These are very violent elements (fire and electricity) Could it be a combination of fire/electricity/lava/water/wind(oxygen) all rolled into one?

Just thought I'd give you guys something else to think about!
 Quoting: ZEROeffect


The sun runs on nuclear fussion. No oxygen needed. It runs on hydrogen.
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Then why does it create a magnetic field?
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so wtf does this mean????
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Means it's a cloudy at the Sun.
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Means it's a cloudy DAY at the Sun. (doh)
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maybe there's a huge explosion/s gearing up, and the sun's energy is being routed to those areas, so this huge area appears to be 'vacant'?

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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another scientist enters the ring...
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didn't say i was a scientist. but, i don't see anyone explaining this.

stfu
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Things that make me wonder.... If the sun is supposed to be a fireball, then does that mean it is being fed a constant source of oxygen? And if so, what made that oxygen? For it to flare like that, wouldn't that then mean that the sun is getting bursts of oxygen to burn off?

Now then, if the sun is an electric sun like many people suggest, then wouldn't the bursts from the sun have a more electric look to it, like you see in those novelty electric balls?

The bursts from the sun look more like how water would flow than fire or electricity? Maybe lava like flow? Could everyone be wrong about the sun. Fire would spark and flare outwards in many directions, not circular even flowing bursts! Same goes with electricity. These are very violent elements (fire and electricity) Could it be a combination of fire/electricity/lava/water/wind(oxygen) all rolled into one?

Just thought I'd give you guys something else to think about!
 Quoting: ZEROeffect


The sun runs on nuclear fussion. No oxygen needed. It runs on hydrogen.
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Then why does it create a magnetic field?
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What in the world does a magnetic field have to do with oxygen
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maybe there's a huge explosion/s gearing up, and the sun's energy is being routed to those areas, so this huge area appears to be 'vacant'?

[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
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another scientist enters the ring...
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didn't say i was a scientist. but, i don't see anyone explaining this.

stfu
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EIT (Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope) images the solar atmosphere at several wavelengths, and therefore, shows solar material at different temperatures. In the images taken at 304 Angstrom the bright material is at 60,000 to 80,000 degrees Kelvin. In those taken at 171 Angstrom, at 1 million degrees. 195 Angstrom images correspond to about 1.5 million Kelvin, 284 Angstrom to 2 million degrees. The hotter the temperature, the higher you look in the solar atmosphere….:-) ...

LIKE :) ummm in english terms?

magnetic energy moving into space … sometimes toward us …:-)) ….at a temperature you can see ...
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Things that make me wonder.... If the sun is supposed to be a fireball, then does that mean it is being fed a constant source of oxygen? And if so, what made that oxygen? For it to flare like that, wouldn't that then mean that the sun is getting bursts of oxygen to burn off?

Now then, if the sun is an electric sun like many people suggest, then wouldn't the bursts from the sun have a more electric look to it, like you see in those novelty electric balls?

The bursts from the sun look more like how water would flow than fire or electricity? Maybe lava like flow? Could everyone be wrong about the sun. Fire would spark and flare outwards in many directions, not circular even flowing bursts! Same goes with electricity. These are very violent elements (fire and electricity) Could it be a combination of fire/electricity/lava/water/wind(oxygen) all rolled into one?

Just thought I'd give you guys something else to think about!
 Quoting: ZEROeffect


hmmmmmm the rules of how fire works on earth does not apply to the run.