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Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?

 
Anonymous Coward
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11/17/2012 03:32 AM
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Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Just seeing more up there, maybe it's just me...I get this eerie feeling looking up there now, uncomfortable...
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11/17/2012 03:34 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Wow,thats intense man.
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11/17/2012 03:34 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Yup
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11/17/2012 03:38 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Since Sandy hit, I have been seeing the night sky more intensely, like a layer of fog has been lifted...
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11/17/2012 03:40 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Of course not.
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11/17/2012 03:44 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
they're not stars
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11/17/2012 03:46 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
I always have dreams where the sky is doing some weird things. Almost eery. The night sky is always the main focus.damned
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11/17/2012 03:50 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Black plastic wrap over petri dish.....mad scientist poke holes in it with a needle..........all you see is warming lab lights........relax.......blue petri dish with tag "earth"....is soon to be decontaminated in autoclave. (After culture collected for further research)
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11/17/2012 03:51 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Just seeing more up there, maybe it's just me...I get this eerie feeling looking up there now, uncomfortable...
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That's weird, whenever its clear with no moon I'm out in the backyard with my telescope, checking out the sky. It has a calming and peaceful effect on me...
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Black plastic wrap over petri dish.....mad scientist poke holes in it with a needle..........all you see is warming lab lights........relax.......blue petri dish with tag "earth"....is soon to be decontaminated in autoclave. (After culture collected for further research)
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Wow... What are you smoking? Id like to try me a bit of that...
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11/17/2012 03:53 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Just seeing more up there, maybe it's just me...I get this eerie feeling looking up there now, uncomfortable...
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yes since the eclipse happened..
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Black plastic wrap over petri dish.....mad scientist poke holes in it with a needle..........all you see is warming lab lights........relax.......blue petri dish with tag "earth"....is soon to be decontaminated in autoclave. (After culture collected for further research)
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Wow... What are you smoking? Id like to try me a bit of that...
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Mix of gases.....lately with a hint of radiated particular from recent fukushima "infusion".....you think you breathing something different?
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11/17/2012 04:00 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
If you look with a wide eye, right now at about 2am-3am MTN time, for just a few minutes you will see a pattern, and it's a total mindfuck. I'm not talking about a few stars in a shape, I'm talking about the whole goddamn sky of planets and stars becomes a synchronous uniform pattern. If you see it, you can reply with what that pattern is, it doesn't seem to change.

It was about midnight, a week ago, it is of the whole celestial movement.
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
me too OP
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11/17/2012 04:18 AM
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Black plastic wrap over petri dish.....mad scientist poke holes in it with a needle..........all you see is warming lab lights........relax.......blue petri dish with tag "earth"....is soon to be decontaminated in autoclave. (After culture collected for further research)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27906934


Wow... What are you smoking? Id like to try me a bit of that...
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Mix of gases.....lately with a hint of radiated particular from recent fukushima "infusion".....you think you breathing something different?
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Wow.... You think like that sober?!? That's far out... You must be used to getting strange looks from people, huh?
Radioactive particles from Fukushima, shit, you must live down the street from there or something if it worries you that much. I think if you live in the US you get more radiation from eating a banana than you ever will get from fucken Japan...
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11/17/2012 04:19 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
I'm pretty sure I see something too. Big sky country here.
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11/17/2012 04:23 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
oh brother
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11/17/2012 04:59 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Since Sandy hit, I have been seeing the night sky more intensely, like a layer of fog has been lifted...
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Most likely less light pollution. Sandy took out a lot of street lights and a decent chunk of the electric grid, thus there is less light pollution and you see more stars.

when I was a kid living back on the farm one could see the whole milky way and millions of stars. Today in the Central Valley California I barely see the milky way and see far, far fewer stars due to all of the lights from nearby towns and cities.
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11/17/2012 05:04 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Just seeing more up there, maybe it's just me...I get this eerie feeling looking up there now, uncomfortable...
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Yes and there is a perfectly good scientific explanation here.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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11/17/2012 05:08 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
hey ive noticed that too some days ago!

It looks like they are better visible and very bright and near! It looks strange my brother and cousin also said that i should look up the sky it looks beautifull
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11/17/2012 05:09 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
no, its foggy as shit right now and I am missing the meteor shower...gaah
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11/17/2012 05:47 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Just seeing more up there, maybe it's just me...I get this eerie feeling looking up there now, uncomfortable...
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They're not all stars. Most of the supposed "stars" you see are planets with intelligent life.
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Just seeing more up there, maybe it's just me...I get this eerie feeling looking up there now, uncomfortable...
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They're not all stars. Most of the supposed "stars" you see are planets with intelligent life.
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Another thing I forgot to mention. The scientists who are hired to work @ Nasa and other places like that. They're what you call "lookers" not finders. They are allowed to look, but not report any findings. This is just a fail safe to how humans are in life. Sooner or later humanity will get a much needed upgrade, so they went go all nutzo finding out the truth.
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11/17/2012 06:21 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Pattern = 3abduct
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11/17/2012 07:02 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Southeastern Indiana here, and yes I am seeing more stars. I totally agree with you, something is definately different up there. Its good to know that I am not the only one feeling and seeing this.
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Interesting. tnx OP
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11/17/2012 07:24 AM

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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Since Sandy hit, I have been seeing the night sky more intensely, like a layer of fog has been lifted...
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Just had the same thought last night... I'm in the NE and the circumstances of this area usually block out most of the night sky... Been seeing a boat load of stars in the sky lately and this area is not usually conducive to such sights. I would guess the hurricane is responsible for this.

Last Edited by ANHEDONIC on 11/17/2012 07:26 AM

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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Black plastic wrap over petri dish.....mad scientist poke holes in it with a needle..........all you see is warming lab lights........relax.......blue petri dish with tag "earth"....is soon to be decontaminated in autoclave. (After culture collected for further research)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27906934


Wow... What are you smoking? Id like to try me a bit of that...
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


Mix of gases.....lately with a hint of radiated particular from recent fukushima "infusion".....you think you breathing something different?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27906934


Wow.... You think like that sober?!? That's far out... You must be used to getting strange looks from people, huh?
Radioactive particles from Fukushima, shit, you must live down the street from there or something if it worries you that much. I think if you live in the US you get more radiation from eating a banana than you ever will get from fucken Japan...
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


Wb ur a noob, west.coast.was getting blasted by radiation
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11/17/2012 07:57 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Our Solar Ststem has Moved Into The Milky Way Gallaxy.

Yes There's More Stars too See.

Anybody Tells You Different Is An Asshole,

Look dead Center of The Milky Way.

There Is A Big Cross In It.

Thats The Mayan Alignment. Almost There We Are...!
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11/17/2012 08:40 AM
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Triangles and circles.

I'm a major stargazer.

We are seeing more...beautiful winter sky.

When I see one that ain't supposed to be there...I hear myself say out loud...

"Oh, oh, I see you"...then, it begins to move from that position. :)
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Re: Anybody else seeing more stars in the sky?
Me.

The sky has more visible starts at night, lately...

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